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Sage Sage Simply Accounting – Operating your Business

SIM101H3 – Sage Simply Accounting – Operating your Business Hands-on Lab Series’ Inventory, Projects, Time and Billing, Budgets, Departmental Accounting and more Join us for this one day hands-on course and gain a solid understanding of what you need to

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Sage Simply Accounting – Setup, Sales, Receivables and Financials

SIM101H1 – Sage Simply Accounting – Setup, Sales, Receivables and Financials Hands-on Lab Series’ Join us for this one day hands-on course and gain a solid understanding of what you need to get started with Sage Simply Accounting. The course

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Sage SimplyAccounting – Training -Accounts Payable and Banking

SIM101H2 – Sage Simply Accounting – Accounts Payable & Banking Hands-on Lab Series’ Join us for this one day hands-on course and gain a solid understanding of what you need to manage your money with Sage Simply Accounting.  The course

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Friends with Benefits

In layman’s terms, Sage City is like a hybrid of education, social media and networking all in one event. Don’t get left in the dust or you may end up like this guy – can I be your friend? There

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Graduation

To all my fellow Graduates who attended Prom (AKA Simply Partnership 2011) it’s time to put all the glitz and glam of Vegas behind us and our yearbooks away. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right? Well, maybe for

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Worksafe BC & Contractor’s Earnings

  Employers hiring contractors and sub-contractors need to keep track of payments made for work performed. Section 38(1) of the Act requires that every “employer must … keep at all times … complete and accurate particulars of the employer’s payrolls”.

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Some Fantastic NEW Features in Sage Simply Accounting 2012

Hide Accounts with zero balances on Financial Statements As a Sage Simply Accounting Consultant I have been frustrated many times with having to go into each account and individually click on “omit from financial statement if the balance is zero”.

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Bookkeeping for Non-Deductable Fines

In Canada, a parking fine, a seat belt fine, a tow fine,an overweight or over-length truck fine are all non-deductible. The company can expense it; however the company is unable to claim it as a business expense for tax purposes. It would

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Are your businesses finances disorganized? Does your paperwork & bookkeeping keep you up at night?

Do receipts, invoices, credit card bills, and financial statements take up space on your desk and in your mind?There is a way to organize your business finances. By creating a simple, yet functional way to organize your business, you will

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Bookkeeping for Non-Deductable Fines

In Canada, a parking fine, seat belt fine, towing fine, overweight or over-length truck fine or other general fines are non-deductable. The company can expense it; however is unable to claim it as a business expense for tax purposes. It would

Posted in bookkeeping, simply accounting, small business, small business accounting, small business bc