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  • You Must Have The Blue American Express Card  By : Angelknight
    Nowadays, credit cards are loaded with great features and benefits. The American Express Blue card is no exception. In fact, it is one of the better credit cards to own.
  • Measuring Non Profit Efficiency: The Statement of Functional Expense  By : Michael Sack Elmaleh
    A non profit organization's Statement of Functional Expenses often gives a misleading measure of its efficiency.
  • Auto Insurance --Saving $100's Without Compromising Your Coverage  By : Chimezirim Odimba
    This, for many is a big secret: The difference in car insurance premiums among insurance companies (for similar packages or policies) can be more than $1000. So unless you did due diligence, you are likely paying a lot more than you should.
  • Car Insurance -- A Simple Tip For Saving More  By : Chimezirim Odimba
    That some folks are spending more than they should in car insurance is a painful thing. And, Although it might be hard to accept, the difference between what they are paying and what they would if they knew better could be up to $1000.
  • When Is The Right Time to Refinance  By : Gary Ambrosh
    Selecting when to refinance the loan on your home isn't as uncomplicated as it looks. The present rate of interest isn't the only issue to play a role in deciding whether or not refinancing is the proper choice at a given point in time. There are a lot of considerations that are just as significant.
  • Sunk Costs and Loss Aversion  By : Michael Sack Elmaleh
    Cost accounting teaches us to ignore sunk costs. Easier said then done because ignoring sunk costs often entails admitting poor decisions and accepting unrecoverable losses.
  • Accounting Police: Do They Exist?  By : MMDCOM
    Who created accounting principles? Who sets and revises accounting standards? What if you don’t follow all the rules, do you go to jail? Is there an accounting police force that investigates and arrests violators? It would seem that there must be some regulatory force to make sure that providers of financial statements conform to the rules.
  • Accountancy: How CPAs Can Help You  By : Daniel J Austin
    So, you have decided you need the assistance of Certified Public Accountants. How do you find Certified Public Accountants? You can go through the yellow pages, of course, and look under the heading Certified Public Accountants. Alternatively, you can do an internet search for Certified Public Accountants. These methods, however simple they may sound, might not be effective in finding qualified Certified Public Accountants.
  • Protecting Small Non-Profits from Fraud: An Ounce of Prevention  By : Michael Sack Elmaleh
    Small non-profit organizations are very vulnerable to fraud. Here are some inexpensive measures that can be adopted to protect them.
  • CPA- Certified Public Accountant Courses  By : Kris Koonar
    With an accounting degree, you do not simply study a business; you study the world of business. The accounting line of work comprises of employment at certified public accounting companies, offering services like tax auditing along with accounting, personal financial scheduling, and management advising for various patrons.
  • CPA Tax Outsource- How Viable Is It For Your Accounting Firm  By : Kris Koonar
    As soon as the peak-taxing season comes, accounting firms often get buried with several jobs related to tax return preparation. During the main season, customers rush to their CPAs in order to get their tax returns prepared in time.
  • Qualifications Of A CPA  By : Kris Koonar
    CPA means Certified Public Accountant and this is a designation, which is offered to eligible accountants who clear the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination conducted by the United States.
  • CPA and Tax Planning  By : Kris Koonar
    Since 1981, tax laws have been undergoing constant change. Keeping this in view, individuals and business owners should have a financial advisor for guiding them through the various changes that influence their circumstances.
  • CPA Estate Planning Services  By : Kris Koonar
    The process of Estate planning comprises of the distribution of assets after the demise of a client.
  • CPA And Their Pay Package  By : Kris Koonar
    Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is the legal title given to qualified accountants who pass the Uniform Certified Public Accountant Examination in the United States. Besides they should also require meeting state education and get certification as a CPA.
  • CPA Firms and Functions  By : Kris Koonar
    Many CPA firms have turned out to be well established and most reputed companies in America. Basic functions of CPA firms include accounting systems, auditing and attestation, taxation, management consulting, business valuation, information systems consulting, information systems auditing and forensic accounting.
  • Role Of A CPA In Estate Planning  By : Kris Koonar
    The main role of the Certified Public Accountant is to act as an advisor to business houses, individuals, non-profit organizations, government agencies and financial institutions.
  • Do Accounting Rules Discourage Research & Development?  By : Michael Sack Elmaleh
    Current accounting rules discourage research and development spending to the detriment of society.
  • Payroll Tennessee, Unique Aspects of Tennessee Payroll Law and Practice  By : Charles Read
    Tennessee payroll has some unique aspects and conditions. Some of the details and laws are set out in this article including information concerning: tax withholding and reporting; unemployment insurance taxes and reporting; wage and hour laws; and child support withholding.
  • Why Financial Accounting is Neither Simple Nor Precise  By : Michael Sack Elmaleh
    Here are three basic reasons accounting is neither simple nor precise.
  • Quickbooks outsourcing  By : Mani Malarvannan
    If you have decided to outsource your accounting to a company overseas, and are wondering what it would take to maximise your benefits and profits, then you should continue reading on. The objective of outsourcing accounting can be varied, you might not have the workforce to carry out the latest project you are looking at, you may not want to hire new members to temporarily cater to a spike in work, or the best reason of all, you want to save money.
  • Too Busy in Business to Enjoy Leisure Time?  By : Shaun Parker
    Ever wondered why some businessmen seem to have more time on the golf course whilst their businesses seem to run themselves? Find out what they are doing that you are not and then you may be able to join them.
  • Day Care Accounting Software: How To Pick The Best  By : Mike Adams
    Running a day care center is challenging enough without financial accounting problems. Picking the best day care accounting software is an important decision, as it will store all of the critical business accounting data and client data of your day care center. The first step in picking the best software is...
  • Factoring Receivables Can Allow Your Business to Turn Outstanding Invoices Into Usable Financing  By : Toby Seibert
    If a company makes sales, it's likely that it has outstanding invoices. The customer orders a product or service. Then the seller creates an invoice and ships the product or completes the required service. And then, the seller waits for its customer to pay. Accounts receivable financing is a tool that can help a seller improve their cash flow and reduce their wait time for customer payments.
  • Tape Adding Machines - A Very Expensive, Unnecessary Addiction  By : George Gilbert
    The mechanical paper tape adding machines setting on corporate desks next to high priced personal computers are not normally thought of as an inordinate expense. In fact, it is my experience that those mechanical machines are considered by companies to be a necessity. Nothing, in my opinion, could be further from the truth on either count.
  • Tape Adding Machines - Bad Habit, Addiction Or Comfy Loafers?  By : George Gilbert
    The next time you're in an office where personal computers are used, look on the desks. Chances are pretty good that you will see a mechanical tape adding machine sitting next to many of the computers. That makes no sense to me whatsoever.
  • Payroll goes Green - Environmentally Correct Payroll  By : Charles Read
    How a Paperless Payroll provides Environmental and Cost Savings to all Businesses by using State of the Art Technology and a Little Common Sense.
  • Accounting Systems – Are They Demons in Disguise - Managing You?  By : Sandra Simmons
    Most business owners have a terrific, on-going, love-hate relationship with their accounting system or its software. The reason for this, in my opinion, is that accounting systems actually have a dangerous little betrayal mechanism built into them that is secretly masked as something that is “supposed to help you.”
  • Accounting in Business, Profits and Losses  By : James Murray
    It might seem obvious, but in managing a business, it is important to understand how the business makes a profit. A company needs a good business model and a good profit model. A business sells products or services and earns a certain amount of margin on each unit sold
  • Small Business Payroll Solutions  By : Andrew Stratton
    Payroll is perhaps one of the most confusing and time consuming things about having employees who work for your business. Keeping up on all of the rules and regulations can be a full-time job. For this reason, many small business payroll solutions are being outsourced.

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