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Business Owners Want More Convenient Banking Services
By Andrew Martins | June 29, 2022

In need of a bank for your business? Here are the factors to consider when choosing one.

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How to Create QuickBooks Payroll Reports
By Trish Petak | June 29, 2022

This guide explains how to create QuickBooks payroll reports and how these payroll reports can help your business.

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How Are Bonuses Taxed?
By Max Freedman | June 29, 2022

Giving your employees bonuses? Learn how to calculate the proper tax withholdings.

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What Are Payroll Liabilities?
By Julie Thompson | June 29, 2022

Every expense associated with payroll is a payroll liability. That includes wages, taxes and payroll service costs.

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Canada Kills the Penny
By Ned Smith | June 29, 2022
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Kabbage Payments: What You Need to Know
By Andrew Martins | June 29, 2022

Learn how you can use Kabbage Payments to accept invoice payments online and request them through a custom pay link.

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GDP: The Total Value of Goods and Services of a Nation
By Siri Hedreen | June 29, 2022

GDP is the value of all goods and services produced in a country – and one of the most closely watched economic indicators. Learn how to calculate GDP.

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Effective Tips for Negotiating Lower Credit Card Processing Fees
By Rebecka Green | June 29, 2022

Follow these tips to get a better deal with your credit card processor.

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How to Accept ACH Payments
By Dock David Treece | June 29, 2022

Learn how to accept overnight payments electronically and offer this added benefit to your customers.

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What Is a Tax Audit? What Do You Do If You Get Audited?
By Simone Johnson | June 29, 2022

Worried about having your taxes audited? Find out what a tax audit is, what triggers it and how to handle an audit notice.

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Mental Health Billing vs. Medical Billing
By Max Freedman | June 29, 2022

Mental health billing differs from medical billing primarily due to variables in mental healthcare not present in primary or specialty care.

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The 10 Best (and Worst) States for Small Business Taxes
By Julianna Lopez | June 29, 2022

A major factor in tax season is your state's tax code. Where does your state fall on this list of the best and worst states for small business taxes?

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Should You Borrow From Your 401(k)?
By Joyce Walsack | June 29, 2022

Before you borrow against your 401(k), learn the pros and cons of this funding strategy.

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Minimum Wage by State
By Max Freedman | June 29, 2022

You must pay your employees the greater of your state's hourly minimum wage or the federal minimum wage. Learn more about minimum wage laws.

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12 Tax Solutions for Small Businesses
By Adam Uzialko | June 29, 2022

A collection of apps and software that take the guess work out of preparing and filing taxes for small businesses.

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How to Offer Payroll Advances
By Julie Thompson | June 29, 2022

It may benefit employees if you can offer them a payroll advance in times of financial emergencies. Here's how to offer an advance to your employees.

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5 Ways Small Business Owners Can Start Preparing for Retirement
By Katharine Paljug | June 29, 2022

This guide offers tips to help small business owners plan and save for their retirement.

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Business Liabilities Every Owner Should Know
By Jamie Johnson | June 29, 2022

This guide identifies common business liabilities that every small business owner should keep track of and understand.

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Management Accounting
By Dock David Treece | June 29, 2022

This guide describes management accounting and how it is used to inform business decisions and strategies.

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How to Run Payroll in QuickBooks
By Trish Petak | June 29, 2022

Learn how to process payroll in QuickBooks Online with this step-by-step guide.

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How to Handle Merchant Fees With QuickBooks
By Vishal Sanjay | June 29, 2022

If your business uses PayPal or another payment processor, you'll be charged a merchant fee. QuickBooks can help you manage and record those fees.

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How to Set Up QuickBooks Payroll Direct Deposit
By Trish Petak | June 29, 2022

Learn how to set up direct deposit in QuickBooks Payroll.

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What’s the Difference Between Cash Basis and Accrual Basis?
By Dock David Treece | June 29, 2022

Cash basis and accrual basis are two different ways of valuing assets on your business's books. Learn the differences and why they matter.

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Accounts Payable and Your Business: What You Need to Know
By Adam Uzialko | June 29, 2022

Accounts payable includes all of your business's expenses except payroll. Here's how to handle this important component of your business finances.

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Is Equipment Considered an Asset?
By Julie Thompson | June 29, 2022

Equipment can be both an asset and a liability in business accounting. Learn how to classify it properly on your balance sheet.

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How to Calculate Cost of Goods Sold
By Dock David Treece | June 29, 2022

Tracking cost of goods sold (COGS) is an important indicator of financial health and critical for tax deductions. Here's how to calculate COGS.

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How to Build Business Credit
By Matt D’Angelo | June 29, 2022

Good business credit helps your company grow faster. Learn how to build and maintain solid business credit.

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Apple’s Credit Card: What Small Businesses Need to Know
By Stella Morrison | June 29, 2022

The Apple Card isn't a business credit card, but small business owners can use it to take advantage of its features and rewards.

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Before You Sign: Important Loan Contract Terms to Review
By Matt D’Angelo | June 29, 2022

Loan agreements are more than just the interest and terms. The lenders' expectations are laid out in these three contract sections.

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What Is a Recession?
By Andrew Martins | June 29, 2022

More than two years into President Donald J. Trump's presidency, GOP lawmakers have touted a strong and growing American economy, despite clarion calls fro