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Posted by taxguru on December 7, 2005

Tapping Retirement Funds To Start a Business

Best tip: Have a good accountant

 

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QuickBooks For Mac Support

Posted by taxguru on December 7, 2005

It seems that I wasn’t alone in criticizing the folks at Intuit for their failure to provide us QuickBooks Pro Advisors with the ability to help clients who use Apple Macintosh computers

This was included in the QuickBooks ProAdvisors newsletter than arrived today:

How to Order Your Personal Copy of QuickBooks: Pro 2006 for Mac
Support Your Clients on Macintosh. To help you support your clients who are using the Macintosh, Intuit is offering you your own not-for-resale copy of QuickBooks: Pro 2006 for Mac. This software’s new features include improved data sharing with QuickBooks for Windows.*

Please fill out this form to receive your free not-for-resale (NFR) copy. Software will ship at the end of each month with the first shipment happening in December 2005.

* NOTE: QuickBooks:Pro 2006 for Mac can convert files from QuickBooks Simple Start, Basic, Pro, Premier, and Premier Accountant Edition 2004, 2005 and 2006 for Windows (U.S. versions, one way: Windows to Mac). QuickBooks: Pro 2006 for Mac can exchange data with QuickBooks Pro, Premier, and Premier Accountant Edition 2006 for Windows (US versions, round trip: between Mac and Windows).

I filled out the application for the copy of the program and hope they send it soon.  I will now have to get serious about buying my first Mac computer. I’ve been waiting for this kind of good reason to get a Mac, especially after reading reviews such as this one from Walter Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal.

 

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IRS Issues Proposed Regulations to Safeguard Taxpayer Information

A key principle underlying the proposed guidance is that tax return preparers may not disclose or use tax return information for purposes other than tax return preparation without the knowing, informed and voluntary consent of the taxpayer.

 

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