QuickBooks Business Network

QuickBooks announced last week that their new QuickBooks Business Network is officially live. The QuickBooks Business Network releases new productivity and automation tools to better manage and grow your business. As of right now, it is a limited release and is not yet available to all QuickBooks Online customers. We have all the answers to […]

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Employers Added 431,000 Jobs in March

Last month, the US labor market strengthened as more workers jumped back in and the pandemic’s grip loosened. Employers added 431,000 jobs, and hiring in January and February was stronger than reported. The report marked the 11th straight month of job gains above 400,000, the longest such stretch of growth. The unemployment rate fell to […]

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8 Small Business Trends for 2022

Although the pandemic has been front and center for over two years now, there are still trends for entrepreneurs to be watching. Here are predicted financial, marketing, tech, and HR trends small businesses should expect this year. FINANCE Alternative Sources of Capital will Fill Unmet Funding Needs For many business owners, loans might not be […]

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IRS Responds to Facial Recognition Backlash

After receiving a lot of backlash about facial recognition, the IRS has announced that it will allow taxpayers to opt out and will be shifting to an entirely new identity verification next year. In the mean time, the agency is trying to alleviate the backlash over their use of biometric data. The IRS will be […]

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Things to Know Before Starting a 1031 Exchange

If you own an investment property and are considering selling it, engaging in a 1031 “like-kind” exchange might be a smart move. When done correctly, a 1031 exchange will allow you to defer all or part of the capital gains and deprecation recapture tax you would otherwise need to pay upon the sale of your […]

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