Small Business

6 Subscription Services For Every Solopreneur

6 Subscription Services For Every Solopreneur

By Cathy Iconis | March 26, 2019

I’ve been a subscription service junkie. For me, it’s all about convenience and making my life easier. As a mother of two, wife, and founder of QBOchat and CEO of Iconis Group, I feel like I’m moving in a million different directions each and every day. Throw in a little anxiety and depression and it…

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Dryrun QBOchat LIVE at QBConnect

Dryrun’s QBOchat Live at QBConnect

By Cathy Iconis | December 5, 2017

Dryrun is a great app that helps accountants and small businesses visualize their cash forecast and provide scenario opportunities to see what happens “if”. I had a great time chatting with them at the 2017 QBConnect. Check out our other QBOchat Live Demos at QBConnect. Have you tried Dryrun yet? If so, let us know…

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Job Costing Template in QuickBooks Online Using Transaction Pro Importer

Job Costing in QuickBooks Online Using Transaction Pro Importer

By Cathy Iconis | November 8, 2017

Several years ago, I had a client where we needed to allocate payroll costs across all the jobs they worked on. They had an external time tracking system, so I created a template to just paste their information into a page on a spreadsheet and some other information. The result was a preformatted sheet to…

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Tsheets Square

What Franchise Owners Need to Know About the “Save Local Business Act”

By TSheets | August 30, 2017

This article was originally posted on Tsheets and written by Kim Harris. In 2015, the National Labor Relations Board changed the definition of a joint employer to be anyone with “indirect” control over the policies of the workplace or an employee’s duties. This includes businesses that hire contract workers or franchisors who don’t necessarily work…

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Compliant 1099 Delivery

Compliant 1099 Delivery to Your Recipients

By Tad Milbourn | January 9, 2017

The IRS requires you to deliver 1099 forms to your vendors by January 31st. You may not realize this, but that form is required to be on a physically printed piece of paper. Unless your vendor gives you specific consent otherwise. That requirement doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in our cloud-based digital age.…

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Protect Your Business From Credit Card Fraud

Bookkeeper Gets 2 Years For $100,000 Credit Card Fraud

By Cathy Iconis | December 30, 2016

An Ex-Indiana bookkeeper was recently sentenced to two years for credit card fraud. You can get the story here. But, we want to discuss what went wrong… The Bookkeeper’s Credit Card Fraud Case In this case, it appears that the bookkeeper had full access to the credit card accounts and didn’t have any oversight. This…

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New 1099 Deadlines and Penalties for 2016

By Tad Milbourn | December 15, 2016

1099 Tax Time is coming. And this year, it’s going to be shorter, more intense, and more costly than ever before. That’s due to two key 1099 changes that come into play for Tax Year 2016. 1099 Change #1 – 1099-MISC Box 7 E-File Deadline Now January 31st In years past, there was a little…

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Fixing Cash Flow Issues

Fixing Cash Flow Issues

By Andrea Mestdagh | May 26, 2016

Cash flow issues are stressful for small business owners and can put the business in a very tough spot, or out of business completely. A U.S. Bank study revealed that 82 percent of business failures are due to poor cash management. How can small business owners protect themselves from cash flow issues? Read on for…

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The Best Business Apps

By Andrea Mestdagh | February 23, 2016

As the title says, this chat was all about the best business apps – the best ones to have on our phones, what makes us happy about apps, and some favorite new apps. With thousands of app options out there, we’re hoping the chat will help narrow the field down to a few top ones…

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TSheets Fables

TSheets Fables: Let Medicaid’s Misfortune Be Your Guiding Light

By TSheets | January 15, 2016

Let Medicaid’s Misfortune Be Your Guiding Light Chances are, you’re already familiar with Aesop’s Fables: Those old stories about tortoises and hares, and ants and grasshoppers, that are intended to teach young children the difference between right and wrong. They serve as cautionary tales of “what not to do” and a moral compass pointing to “what…

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