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Depreciation

This article is part of a series which introduces a new method for handling fixed assets in QuickBooks desktop editions. For details on implementing it, refer to Simple/Smart Fixed Asset Handling in QuickBooks, by Mark Wilsdorf. Read more

Inventory

Murph continues his look at steps to help you prepare ahead of time for year-end so you can happily sing, 'Auld Lang Syne' at midnight on 12/31/2018. Read more

General Ledger

Contributing Author Beverly Lang has reminded us of some of the fundamentals, like what means what in this article on accounting terminology. Read more

People & Business

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Murph introduces us to his Music of the Night Instrumental Rental Company to show how QuickBooks can be used for day-to-day rental company operations. Read more

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Murph takes another one of his exclusive dives into a new app for QuickBooks Online – Fixed Asset Connect. Read more

Vendor Corner

As part of our miniseries on 'Accounting for Assets,' we begin our summary of MACRS Depreciation for Income Tax purposes. Read more

Tax & Practice Management

As part of our miniseries on 'Accounting for Assets,' this week’s 'Accounting Tips Tuesday' examines IRS Section 179 Expense Deductions. Read more

General Ledger

This week, our mini-series on assets examines two additional textbook methods for book-value depreciation. Read more

General Ledger

In the third part of our 'Accounting for Assets' miniseries, we examine the differences between 'book' and 'tax' depreciation, as well as some of the classic textbook methods of book-value depreciation. Read more

General Ledger

In this Part-2 of Accounting for Assets, we will do some posting based upon our assumptions in Part-1, and we will examine why we made some 'bad assumptions' concerning our dongle-die. Read more

General Ledger

This article begins a new mini-series expanding upon the concepts found within our Accounting 101 mini-series and diving more deeply into the 'Asset' section of the Balance Sheet. Read more

General Ledger

Perhaps the single most coveted deduction favored by small business owners is the Section 179 deduction. Congress has acted, but unless the U.S. Senate acts, Section 179 deductions will max out at $25,000 in lieu of $500,000 for 2014 tax returns. Read more

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