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What Is Notes Payable, and How Do You Record Them in Your Books?

At some point or another, you may turn to a lender to borrow funds and need to eventually repay them. And when that happens, notes payable come into play. Learn all about notes payable in accounting and recording notes payable in your business’s books.

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An Overview of State Disability Insurance for Employers

Here’s the situation: Your employee takes a little time off because they can’t physically work. What happens? In some cases, the employee must receive short-term disability insurance benefits. But, that all depends on whether you decide to offer it—or whether your state forces you to due to a state disability insurance program. Does yours? Let’s […]

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How Much Should I Charge for Bookkeeping Services?

As an accounting professional, it’s your mission to help your clients keep their books as clean and accurate as possible. Well, at a fair and reasonable price, of course. But, how much should a bookkeeper charge for services? We’ll break down the factors that go into cost and averages so you can answer the question, […]

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Patriot Software Granted Patent for Dual-Ledger Accounting

Canton, OH Patriot Software, LLC, a leading accounting software and payroll provider, announces an exciting new patent granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office for an accounting software feature. The newly patented Dual-Ledger Accounting allows customers to switch back and forth between viewing the general ledger in cash and accrual accounting.

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What to Do If You’ve Got a Multi-state Payroll Situation on Your Hands

Ah, the joys of employerhood. Having a team of employees to help grow your business can be a beautiful thing. But, getting the hang of payroll—especially payroll taxes—takes time. Not to mention, a multi-state payroll situation can confuse newbie and established employers alike. What’s an employer to do?

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