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The top benefit employees want is unlimited PTO (but most CPA firms don’t offer it), how you can evolve to compete with platforms, and California spent $1B on accounting software that doesn't work

The top benefit employees want is unlimited PTO (but most CPA firms don’t offer it), how you can evolve to compete with platforms, and California spent $1B on accounting software that doesn't work

Here's your weekly accounting and bookkeeping news roundup (with a tech-focused twist). Thanks for listening! Follow and tweet @BlakeTOliver and @DavidLeary. Find us on Facebook and, if you like what you hear, do us a favor and leave a review on iTunes.

Small biz owners not happy with Intuit's new rate limits, details on the latest QuickBooks Live test, how to start a virtual bookkeeping business, and more

Small biz owners not happy with Intuit's new rate limits, details on the latest QuickBooks Live test, how to start a virtual bookkeeping business, and more

Here's your weekly accounting and bookkeeping news roundup (with a tech-focused twist). Thanks for listening! Follow and tweet @BlakeTOliver and @DavidLeary. Find us on Facebook and do us a favor and give us a review on iTunes.

QuickBooks Live, busy season Saturdays, the gender pay gap, bans on cashless stores, upcoming accounting conferences, and more

QuickBooks Live, busy season Saturdays, the gender pay gap, bans on cashless stores, upcoming accounting conferences, and more

Here's your weekly accounting and bookkeeping news roundup (with a tech-focused twist). Thanks for listening! Follow and tweet @BlakeTOliver and @DavidLeary. Find us on Facebook and, if you feel like being super nice, give us a review on iTunes.

The beginning of the end for QuickBooks Desktop, NetSuite soars, and Walmart deploys blockchain in the real world

The beginning of the end for QuickBooks Desktop, NetSuite soars, and Walmart deploys blockchain in the real world

Blake and David reconnect to talk about what's new in the worlds of QuickBooks and NetSuite. Intuit is discontinuing their QuickBooks Desktop Advanced ProAdvisor Certification — could this be the beginning of the end for desktop? Meanwhile, NetSuite is soaring according to the latest Oracle quarterly results. Also, blockchain is no longer a much-hyped theory. Walmart will require all its suppliers of leafy greens to use IBM's blockchain to track its supply chain starting in 2019. For this and more, listen to Episode 38!

Gusto raises $140M, Xero acquires Hubdoc, why the IRS should allow taxpayers to use U2F keys, and the open office under attack

Gusto raises $140M, Xero acquires Hubdoc, why the IRS should allow taxpayers to use U2F keys, and the open office under attack

The Government Accountability Office (GAO) has recommended the use of phishing-proof FIDO security keys to prevent tax scams. Also this week: payroll and HR provider Gusto raised a $140 million Series C at a $2 billion valuation; cloud accounting software maker Xero has moved to acquire Hubdoc (a data capture solution); Stampli, an invoice management platform for midsize and enterprise businesses, raised a $6.7 million Series A; and attacks on the open office continue unabated.

Ancient IRS Computer Systems, How to Get Hacked as a CPA, & News from SuiteWorld 2018

Ancient IRS Computer Systems, How to Get Hacked as a CPA, & News from SuiteWorld 2018

David Leary joins the podcast for the first time as my new co-host. We discuss the IRS' ancient computer systems that caused the crash on tax day, a case study of a CPA who got hacked by a malicious "keylogger" program, news from Blake's visit to NetSuite's SuiteWorld 2018, and a robot that can assemble an IKEA chair.