How To Set Up Your Escrow Accounts for Your Mortgage Payments

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Major tax changes expected under Trump Administration

One month after the presidential election, taxpayers are learning more about President-elect Donald Trump’s tax proposals for his administration. Although exact details, including legislative language, are likely months away, taxpayers have a snapshot of the president-elect’s tax proposals for individuals and businesses.

Note. At the time this article was prepared, the primary descriptions of President-elect Trump’s tax proposals are on his campaign and transition websites. The materials on these websites are not the same as legislation, which would amend the Tax Code. Rather, they discuss the President-elect’s tax proposals in very general and broad language.

Tax reform

Tax reform has been a regular topic in recent years. Click to Access Video or Read More

Question from Greg J.
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QUESTION: Mike: Please clarify for me and my staff,
the best way to handle a vendor where
we receive approximately 15 invoices each day from them
and we have 65 classes.

One invoice may go to more than one class.
We do want to avoid errors and not handle paper more than once.
Thank-you

ANSWER: Excellent question Greg!
and your question reminds me of my pain from years ago.

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How To Properly Handle

Section 8
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TENANT TRACKING – Getting Started QB Pro 2016

do this first

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The “NOTES” Tab in Tenant Tracking is used for “OFFICE ONLY” notes for your Tenant. These notes are items you do NOT want to share with Tenant

You can find your for office use only NOTES on the Tab as shown below
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Everyone in business must keep records. Among other things, good records will help a business prepare the business tax returns, and will support items reported on tax returns. Taxpayers also must keep their business records available for inspection by the IRS.

In order to claim any deduction, a business owner, like any taxpayer, must prove two things: Click to Access Video or Read More

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