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DIY Accounting: The Pros And The Cons

With the rise of such do-it-yourself (DIY) software to do income taxes, more and more people believe that they are saving money by doing their own taxes. But are they? This SEO blog post -- which is perfect for tax professionals -- will discuss, in extensive detail, the pros and cons of doing your own taxes, and will conclude with a soft cell/CTA (call to action) for the client.

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Accounting Software Trends in 2018 and Beyond

This SEO blog post will discuss, in extensive detail, the trends in accounting software in 2018 and beyond. This post will conclude with a CTA (call to action) for the client.

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Are You Using the Sharing Economy to Boost Your Bottom Line?

Into with an overview of the sharing economy. Discuss ways entrepreneurs and small businesses can use this to their advantage with the following subheadings: Shared Workspace; Shared Resources; Using Freelancer Services; Business Travel; Transportation; crowdsourced funding

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Student Loans: Starting out Behind the Eight-Ball

Statistics show that a person's lifetime earning potential dramatically increases with a college degree in hand. Unfortunately, statistics also show that the cost of such a degree has become prohibitive for most without the help of some type of financial aid. In other words, students will need to dig a big debt-hole in order to make enough money to pay off that "initial" debt. For many, that can bring long-term ramifications. Is it worth it?


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5 Ways to Start Building Good Credit while in College

Many college students still depend on their parents for financial support. Yet when they graduate, they might suddenly find themselves living on their own - with no credit. This post will outline five top things a college student can and should do to be sure they have a solid credit rating upon graduation.

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How Likely Are Employers to Hire Accountants with Online Degrees?

Online degree programs have popped up in diverse fields, including accounting. Employers may be somewhat more likely to hire candidates who earned their degrees in person, but there's plenty you can do to make your online degree look good. For example, you should earn it from an accredited program.

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What Is Customer Acquisition and How Can You Calculate the Cost?

This blog post will cover what customer acquisition is, how to calculate the associated costs and why doing so is important for your business. Internal links can then be added to the relevant software/additional resources.

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Why Businesses Fail

This article will examine the most common reasons that businesses fail. Topics will include a failure to innovate, a lack of capital/cash flow, and entrenched competition.

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When is Student Loan Forgiveness Taxable?

Got out of your student loans? Maybe not. Learn when the IRS wants to take a cut and charge income taxes on student loans that were forgiven and whether you can avoid the tax.

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Cash vs. Accrual Method: Does it Really Make a Difference?

The cash vs. accrual method doesn't change how much you made in the end, but there could be minor tax differences, the accrual method provides for better matching, and the cash method gives the greatest simplicity.


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Everything You Need to Know About the Home Office Deduction in 2018

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act eliminates the home office deductions for employees who work at home, while business owners still get it but must continue to follow the complex rules or take the tiny safe harbor deduction.


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Can You Deduct Startup Expenses Before You Make Money and How?

This post will cover the tax rules for starting a new business, when to start deducting, immediate vs. amortization, hobby vs. business, what happens if you have a loss, and more.


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What's Wrong With Using Your Personal Checking Account for Business?

Many people try to use personal accounts to avoid fees, but this makes accounting harder, may violate the banks terms risking closure without notice, and gives the IRS more to dig into if the business is audited.


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Do You Need to Update Your Accounting Practices?

Falling into a complacent accounting/bookkeeping routine can be bad for business as times change and your company evolves. This article offers suggestions for upgrading software, outsourcing services as needed, and re-evaluating vendor relationships.

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Calculating Your Debt to Income Ratio

In both personal and small business accounting, it is critical to keep an eye on your debt to income ratio. This article will give a few simple tips for understanding and managing this ratio better.

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