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Do You Love a Business?

by taxmama on January 28, 2010

Here’s an opportunity to help your favorite business; Nominate them to win some money. Or, if yours is your favorite business – nominate yourself by applying for a grant. Intuit is awarding over $100,000 in grants! Your votes determine which 10 local businesses will win.

This January and February, one business a month will win a small business grant worth $35,000. Each Grand Prize small business grant includes $25,000 worth of local radio advertising on the Westwood One network, $9,500 cash, plus $500 in Intuit products and services. Plus, four other monthly winners will win small business grants, too – each worth $5,000.

Last year, one of TaxMama’s students won – Julie’s Tax Service!

This year, please feel free to vote for your TaxMama, too!

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Otubu December 21, 2015 at 8:26 pm

Hi ShannonI’m in Australia and we do QuickBooks here. Just love the program.Been rnaideg this blog [and the previous blog on the issue]. We also point users to the Enterprise edition of QB’s. The user set in that version is very sensitive and best part is it comes with user roles that can be tailored to individual employee.I take the point that employees may be able to see client details. To get a list out any other way than export is a pain. There are other ways I know but ??A couple of years ago I had a client that had lost control of her business to certain staff. We upgraded her to Enterprise and wrestled control back. I was hammered for several weeks by staff members who need to do processes that they shouldn’t have been doing. So then they learned to live with their restrictions.There are holes in all systems. China has breached your military enterprise and your guys have tapped into Iran. So what’s new on the security front Love the blog and the news letters.Jeff

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