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Nancy Smyth
West Charleston, VT
Intuit Gold Developer & Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor
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Calculating overtime and/or weighted-average overtime is an exacting task. If you use QuickBooks you have to manually calculate this information for each employee each week - and that is extremely error prone. Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2011 at QuickBooks for Contractors
Hi Mike Thanks for taking the time to promote my eBook. Some of my favorite new things in QuickBooks 2011 are the improvements to Purchase Order Reporting (actually shows the CORRECT open balance), the ability to keep active Estimates & Purchase Orders open - even when you set a closing date on the file (very important for contractors AND their accountants), and the new Collections Center.
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Top 10 Overtime Questions – Part II. In this post, we address five more common overtime situations, numbered as questions six through ten. You will find out when overtime has to be paid in holiday or vacation weeks, whether compensatory time off can be given instead of overtime, when unauthorized... Continue reading
Posted Sep 27, 2010 at QuickBooks for Contractors
Top Ten Overtime Questions – Part 1 of 2. In this post, Part I, we will address five of the ten of the most common overtime questions to help you ensure your organization does not end up on the wrong side of a wage claim. You’ll also find out what... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2010 at QuickBooks for Contractors
Do I Really Need an Employee Handbook?.Your company can and SHOULD protect itself from possible employee discrimination lawsuits by creating an Employee Handbook or some other written documentation that clearly states your company’s expectations regarding harassment and discrimination.Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your business is “too small” to... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 23, 2010 at QuickBooks for Contractors
Do I Really Need an Employee Handbook?. Your company can and SHOULD protect itself from possible employee discrimination lawsuits by creating an Employee Handbook or some other written documentation that clearly states your company’s expectations regarding harassment and discrimination. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that your business is “too... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2010 at QuickBooks for Contractors
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