Month: January 2019

HumanityPexels.com The next big tech trend is humanity, was a big theme coming out of the World Government Summit in Dubai in February 2018, delivered by an all-star cast including Narendra Modi, Christine Lagard, Malcolm Gladwell and will.i.am. I found it very refreshing despite being the only “adult supervision” on a cryptocurrency panel talking about
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The Internal Revenue Service began accepting tax returns Monday, with employees returning to work after a 35-day partial government shutdown. The IRS will be dealing with a backlog of millions of unanswered tax inquiries that arrived during the shutdown and could not be responded to, and the National Taxpayer Advocate reportedly estimated it will take
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[embedded content] Stop selling bookkeeping! You heard me, stop selling bookkeeping. I have recently learned a very powerful lesson. Your ideal client is more interested in how you can solve their biggest business problems. It’s a given that you will do the bookkeeping, the reconciling, and the QuickBooks- that’s a given. What’s not a given
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Kering SA, the French owner of the Gucci luxury brand, owes about 1.4 billion euros ($1.6 billion) to Italy in back taxes, according to the conclusions of a government audit. The probe scrutinized business activities by Kering’s Swiss subsidiary, Luxury Goods International, from 2011 through 2017, according to a company statement. Kering said it contests
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Key Findings Forty-five states and the District of Columbia collect statewide sales taxes. Local sales taxes are collected in 38 states. In some cases, they can rival or even exceed state rates. The five states with the highest average combined state and local sales tax rates are Tennessee (9.47 percent), Louisiana (9.45 percent), Arkansas (9.43
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