Keeping up with Sales Tax Changes– Recent KY, and TN changes

On April 15, 2014, in Accounting Software, by Amy Hale

Keeping track of changes at the state and local level can make sales and use tax compliance a daunting task. It doesn’t help that changes are usually more complex than they appear.  Jurisdictional changes, new rates and taxability rules, and […]

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The Key to Easy Sales Tax Management

On April 9, 2014, in Accounting Software, by Amy Hale

Doing business in one complicated state can make sales tax a headache. Expand to multiple states and it can become a nightmare. 9,000,000 sales tax rates, rules, and jurisdictions in the US alone makes sales and use tax compliance an […]

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Save Time with Sage ERP Document Management

Take the Time to Consider Ways You Can Save Time Every Day with Sage ERP Document Management When we get busy, it’s hard to find the time to really think about our processes to determine if we could be working […]

Just what IS ERP and do I really need it ?

On March 10, 2014, in Uncategorized, by amanias

When you search for “ERP” on the web, the sheer amount of information that comes up can be overwhelming—not to mention a little confusing. Every website seems to have its own definition of ERP, and one ERP implementation can vary […]

 

Great opportunity to meet with business executives much like you

Once again I have been invited to join a group of professionals to assist CEO’s, CFO’s and business owners think strategically about their businesses.  The group is called REDI (see the flyer attached).  The IDEA is to help businesses grow […]

 

Interested in CRM software? You’re not the only one!

On February 18, 2014, in Guest Blogger, Sage CRM, SugarCRM, by Amy Hale

Article By Jason Barnes, Senior CRM Consultant, Partner, Oasis Solutions Group According to research giant Gartner, for the first time, CRM software has edged out ERP and other software suites as the top priority for IT spending.  Gartner, who recently […]

MICR Symbol Cross-Reference for Setup of MICR Codes

On February 17, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Amy Hale

MICR Symbol Cross-Reference for Setup of MICR codes for MICR Check printing in new version Sage 100 2013 and above.   MICR Font Symbols are used when printing Accounts Payable or Payroll Checks to Plain Paper Forms. The symbols are […]

 

Amazon is Now Charging Sales Tax

On January 29, 2014, in Guest Blogger, by Amy Hale

Amazon is now charging sales tax in Indiana, Nevada, and Tennessee Three more states have joined the growing list where you’ll be charged sales tax on Amazon purchases: Indiana, Nevada, and Tennessee. Amazon already collected tax in 16 states, and […]

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Helpful Kentucky Sales & Use Tax Facts

On January 20, 2014, in Guest Blogger, by Amy Hale

The Kentucky Department of Revenue published Sales Tax Facts in December of last year. It explains exemptions, unmasks use tax, and provides filing tips for both paper and electronic filers in Kentucky. Exemptions for exempt entities Under Kentucky law KRS 139.470(7), statutory or constitutional agencies of […]

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Entering Cash Receipts in Sage 100

On January 16, 2014, in Uncategorized, by Amy Hale

Entering Cash Receipts in Sage 100 To Apply Payments and Credits Against Invoices Accounts Receivable – Main – Cash Receipts Entry Deposit Type: select Cash Bank Code: if different then the default, change it Deposit Date: today’s date Deposit #: click […]

 

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