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QBO or no.

At GranthamPoole, PLLC, we converted all of our QuickBooks Desktop (QBD) clients to QuickBooks Online (QBO) last year and have not looked back. Why did we do it? I’ll explain today. The Many Reasons for Converting to QuickBooks Online QBD is a great...

Converting Qualified Tuition Plan to Roth IRA: What You Need to Know

A qualified tuition plan, also known as a 529 plan, is a tax-advantaged way to save for education expenses. A Roth IRA is an individual retirement account that allows tax-free growth and withdrawals of contributions and earnings, subject to certain rules....

Cost Segregation in a Post-Pandemic World

After the past 18+ months of economic uncertainty (who’s tired of reading/hearing that phrase?), business owners and consumers seem to be getting amped up for a serious post-pandemic surge.  I could ask if we will ever really be “post-pandemic”...

The Employee Retention Credit: Some Much-Needed Good News

Let’s face it, it’s been a dark year and a half since much of the country shut down with the coronavirus pandemic. Now, many businesses that believed they had made it through the worst of it are facing pandemic aftershocks that are shaking up business models around...

The American Rescue Plan Act and the Child Tax Credit

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) signed into law earlier this month by President Biden made significant temporary enhancements to the child tax credit (CTC). These enhancements temporarily expand the eligibility for, and the amount of, the child tax credit (CTC)...

The Consolidated Appropriations Act and PPP

The Consolidated Appropriations Act passed in late December revived and expanded the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).  Established under the CARES Act, PPP furnished loans to businesses to pay employee wages and other necessary expenses...

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