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Ask an Accountant: What is Use Tax?

I file a Sales & Use Tax every month based on my taxable sales. I never remit Use Tax. What is it? Generally, Use Tax is due on out-of-state purchases of goods or services that would have been subject to sales tax had they been purchased New Jersey on which either...

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Quickbooks Tip of the Month: November 2017

Quickbooks Tip of the Month: November 2017

It's time to update your Quickbooks 1099 vendor list. Believe or not, the year is almost over and it is a perfect time to update your 1099, miscellaneous vendor list in QuickBooks. The IRS requires all 1099 vendors to provide to the payor a signed W-9 which is to be...

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A Little Planning Can Go a Long Way

A Little Planning Can Go a Long Way

By Clayton Himstedt, CPA, MBA The passing of a loved one is often a very difficult time in an individual’s life. In the case of a long term illness, the loved one has the time to inform family members of the estate assets and the proper distribution of those assets....

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iPhone Users – Document Signing Tip

iPhone Users – Document Signing Tip

Looking for an easy way to sign and return documents that are emailed to you? Tired of the long process of printing documents, signing them, scanning them, and attaching them to a reply email? If you own an iPhone, try this simple document signing technique. When you...

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To pre-pay or not to pre-pay?

To pre-pay or not to pre-pay?

To pre-pay or not to pre-pay? That was the question that was the topic of many discussions relating to taxes at the end of 2017.  However, it only scratches the surface of the issues resulting from the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Act).  Most, if not all,...

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