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Intuit’s New CEO

After 11 years of success, Brad Smith has stepped down as Intuit’s CEO. As a 54 year old who, has been extraordinary to the company, he saw this as an opportunity for somebody else to contribute their leadership skills. Smith believes in the subscription-service company, and leaves with high hopes for their continued success.   …

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Xerocon Atlanta 2018

  Source: www.xero.com Atlanta, Georgia will be serving at this year’s host for Xerocon 2018, to the world’s most beautiful and innovative conference for cloud accounting leaders in the US, Canada, and the Americas. The annual convention brings together some of the world’s most respected industry professionals, business leaders, and motivational speakers to a platform …

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Quickbooks Desktop Enterprise 18.0

This year QuickBooks has released their latest version of QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise 18.0. QuickBooks 18.0 is packed with new features, aiming to help small and medium businesses run their company in a more efficient way. This software includes all of the new features of both Pro and Premier. Let’s take a look. Mobile inventory Scanner This speeds up the …

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Intuit Acquires Long-Standing Partner, TSheets

Time tracking is a crucial activity for small businesses, entrepreneurs and really any project-based customers. Nearly two million consumers still use paper and pen or other disconnected solutions to track time and get paid. Intuit seems to think that it’s because these outdated methods demonstrate companies longing for something that will deliver on no work, no …

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Why Time Tracking Benefits Salaried Employees

We all have that runner friend who takes their hobby very seriously. You know the type: the work-out-daily, rain-or-shine, power-through-the-pain runner who spends their vacation time on marathons and considers sprinting uphill a “fun challenge.” Just the same, we all know those individuals who still love to run, but are less intense about record breaking. These two types …

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The Majority of Small Businesses Struggle with Time Tracking Errors

In a survey, this month, 500 small business owners were asked how often they find errors on their employees’ timesheets. Roughly 80 percent of the businesses using timesheets admitted they regularly have to make corrections before they can run payroll. This shows that 4 in 5 small businesses with hourly employees waste time and money …

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