Tip Tuesday: Use Excel to Count Work Days

Good news for accountants and business owners! There is a quick way for Excel to calculate the business days in a certain period of time. This can be very useful when determining how many work days you need to account for … Read More

Washington Alert on W-2s

The IRS, state tax agencies, and the tax industry, has issued an “urgent alert” to all employers regarding the Form W-2 (Wage and Tax Statement) email phishing scam. (IR 2017-20) The phishing scam has gone beyond corporates and has entered … Read More

Tip Tuesday: Window 10: How to get to the Control Panel

Windows 10 isn’t as revolutionarily new as it used to be, but I still have a hard time navigating it from time to time! Here’s something new I learned the other day. One of the new features in Windows 1o … Read More

Client Identity Theft Checklist: Action Steps for Recovery

Identity theft is a complex and evolving threat, and one that costs U.S. citizens billions of dollars annually. Without question, it is one of the most pressing challenges facing our country. Unfortunately, the problem is growing, and fraudsters are always … Read More

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Sensible Spending: Put Your Money Here, Not There

Money … it is a great thing to have, but often hard to hold on to when we find ourselves making impulse or unnecessary purchases on a daily basis. While a regular morning coffee or lunch out may provide immediate … Read More

Tip Tuesday: How to talk to your clients on the phone

Talking on the phone has always been a struggle for me, especially in a world where its so easy to text or email information, which is simpler and easier. However, there is something personal about a phone call that you … Read More

Getting off the Grid

There is a website that a lot of people don’t know about, but it is super helpful in a pinch. accountkiller.com has instructions for removing your personal profiles from popular websites like Facebook, Google, Twitter, Windows Live, etc. You simply … Read More