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Ignoring the End of Tax Season? It’s Just Not an Option

If you can’t afford paying your taxes this year, you need to understand there are options. But not paying or ignoring the inevitable is just not an option…especially for small businesses.

Tax season causes many people to cringe at the thought of having to find the resources to write a check to the IRS. If you owe money this year, work with your tax advisor to find the best solution for managing the payment.

Allocation Options for Sales Order Processing in Dynamics GP

A client was recently reviewing their sales process with the goal of better managing the allocation and fulfillment of sales orders. One of the questions to came through to our office was "What can we do to keep inventory from becoming allocated as soon as a sales order is entered?
The starting point for the answer to this question is one of the Sales Document Setup windows.

Microsoft Dynamics GP Debits or Credits

When entering account transaction data in Dynamics GP, the system tries to be helpful and puts the cursor in the debit or credit column based on the debit/credit setting in account setup. This is great until you want to debit an account with a default credit balance and vice versa.

Introducing Websites That Work

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Avoiding the Tax Consequences of Foreclosures and Repossessions

In the current economic downturn, more taxpayers are going through foreclosures or having property repossessed when they can’t pay debts secured by property.  The last thing these people want to think about is taxes, but things could be worse…

In Taxation of abandonments, foreclosures and repossessions, posted on The Journal of Accountancy this month, Curtis Webley explains the options facing personal and business foreclosure scenarios, of which there are many.