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5 Predictions for Accounting in 2018

5 Predictions for Accounting in 2018

Educated guesses about revenue recognition, blockchain, security, automation, and remote work; how to use surveys to make more money for your business; the most popular Zapier connections of 2017; the robots are coming, but Sweden is fine; the best budgeting apps; Happy Tax starts cryptocurrency specialty tax practice, and more

Cloud Accounting Weekly #30

Cloud Accounting Weekly #30

Takeaways from the CPA Practice Advisor 40 Under 40 Symposium, Microsoft signs up for WeWork, 1099 Forms due earlier in 2017, how to improve profitability through pricing, reviews of Entryless & FreshBooks, and more

Redefining Bookkeeping

Redefining Bookkeeping

The definition of the word "bookkeeper" is quickly changing, how to write a blog post that gets read, Gusto goes after Zenefits with HR features, Heather Smith shares how to convert 55 files at once to Xero, and more

Starting out as a freelancer? Get an EIN, ASAP

Starting out as a freelancer? Get an EIN, ASAP

When you work as a freelancer, employers who are on top of their accounting game will always ask you for a signed W-9 form before they pay you the first time. Most freelancers just use their Social Security number as their tax ID number on the W-9. This is a big mistake, unless you really, really trust the company you’re working for.