Appeals courts issue conflicting rulings on health-law subsidiesTwo U.S. appeals courts issued conflicting rulings on whether consumers can receive subsidies for health coverage purchased on insurance exchanges established by the federal government, clouding implementation of a major component of the Obama administration’s signature health care law.
Xero TV – Balancing business and family life with Xero accounting softwareMeg and Scott, owners of Tea Pea – a boutique retailer based in Wellington, New Zealand – manage busy lives as business owners and parents to their three children. Family time and balancing work with their home life is incredibly important to Meg and [...]
IRS Misses Windows XP Deadline(The Hosting News) – Although Microsoft announced the end of support for Windows XP in 2008, many organizations failed to switch over their computers by the
Repercussions and Reprieves at Health Insurance Enrollment DeadlineAfter Monday, most people must have health coverage or face a penalty, and the confusion of the last six months appears likely to continue.
Man Takes Selfies for Proof to the IRSA man takes selfies to prove to the IRS that he has two homes. A bit of tax season humor! A picture is worth a thousand words, maybe even a million words with the IRS.
Why Your Company May Dump QuickBooks This YearBelieve it or not, your company is about to be part of an enormous wave of change in the next few years. That’s because, if you’re like most small and medium sized businesses, you’re likely using an on-premise accounting application. And most likely that on-premise solution isQuickBooks. QuickBooks [...]
Volume 3, Issue 1 of RISBJVolume 3, Issue 1 of the Rhode Island Small Business Journal Read about how Nakowicz Financial is changing the face of small business accounting in RI… this month in the Rhode Island Small Business Journal.
Expert of nothingGreat article about entrepreneurship and what it takes.
IRS Star Trek Parody - YouTubeWho said the IRS doesn’t have a sense of humor?
'Tsunami' Of Tax Fraud Hits MiamiThis is one crazy example… but it is happening everywhere in less extreme cases. We have heard of properties being bought in taxpayer’s name and other problematic identity theft.