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  • Birkley Accounting specializes in entrepreneurial services in order to relieve the bookkeeping burden a rising business faces. My goal is to help refocus your energy back on advancing your craft. I’m based in Nashville, Tennessee. Not located in Music City? I’ve been a Wave Accounting user since 2012, and remote work is most of my business. www.…
    BirkleyCPA 6 views 0 comments Started by BirkleyCPA January 31, 2019 7:05PM Find a Wave Pro
  • Unfortunately it's too late for us to take on new cases that are wanting their 2018 returns done and filed by the deadline BUT we're always looking to engage new clients, even if it means you are going to be late with your 2018 return. Indeed, if you sign up with us in January we will guarantee filing your 2018 return BEFORE the daily penalties ki…
    MerlinAccounts_UK 29 views 0 comments Started by MerlinAccounts_UK December 18, 2018 10:56PM Accounting
  • Do you really want to "Self" Assess? You're in business to make money doing what you're good at, not because you wanted to become a book keeper, accountant and tax adviser. The Self Assessment return deadline for all non electronic filing is 31 October, but why not engage an accountant to deal with it for you. They can file online for you, wh…
    MerlinAccounts_UK 11 views 0 comments Started by MerlinAccounts_UK October 17, 2018 10:30AM Accounting
  • Are you a UK based business using Wave and needing a UK Wave Accountant? Your search may well be over as we are just that. We are experienced with remote working with clients across the UK. With the aid of cloud accounting apps such as Wave, and secure document sharing (eg dropbox, google drive, onedrive) we are as close to you as you are…
    MerlinAccounts_UK 14 views 0 comments Started by MerlinAccounts_UK October 11, 2018 11:25AM Find a Wave Pro
  • UK Accountant open to a "collabarationship" with you! With oodles of experience of working remotely with clients, we're as close to you as you're laptop, computer and/or mobile device. We can hold your hand as often as you need us to. We're happy to meet with you on Skype for an informal chat about what you do and the services you se…
    MerlinAccounts_UK 27 views 0 comments Started by MerlinAccounts_UK October 10, 2018 9:30AM Pro Network Listings
  • Hi I'm a CIMA qualified management accountant, I have over 10 years experience, and specialise in small/micro businesses and charitable organisations. Versed in Xero, Sage and Wave accounting software. Based in the UK. Feel free to get in touch if there's anything I can help you with! Susan Binder ACMA CGMA, Xero Certified Advisor Binder Manag…
    Susan_B 37 views 0 comments Started by Susan_B September 13, 2018 1:56PM Pro Network Listings
  • In Canada, self employed entrepreneurs can deduct a portion of their auto expenses used for business purposes. Gas, maintenance,license and interest on a car loan (as well as lease costs to a prescribed maximum) can be deducted in a section of the T2125 form. The formula is kilometres driven for business use/total kilometres driven in the year.…
    Bruce_C49 27 views 1 comment Most recent by Alexia August 9, 2018 3:28PMGeneral Discussion
  • This post is intended for Canadian entrepreneurs. Too many new entrepreneurs think that the very act of incorporating frees them of all liabilities. It does not relieve them of business liabilities to the CRA nor a bank with whom they have a business loan. Incorporation online is quite easy and far more affordable than incorporating through a l…
    Bruce_C49 21 views 0 comments Started by Bruce_C49 July 25, 2018 12:34PM General Discussion
  • For most small businesses it is plain and simple -- boot-strapping. Cash in your RRSPs, max-out your credit cards and get as much free credit from suppliers as you can. Going to a bank is really out of the question for a start-up unless you have a lot of (real-property) net worth. The Canada Revenue Agency is a creditor for (too) many small busine…
    Bruce_C49 4 views 0 comments Started by Bruce_C49 July 13, 2018 12:44AM General Discussion
  • I'm looking at moving from Quicken to Wave and am wondering if it easily allows limiting business transactions to Schedule C categories for easier tax time use? Thanks
    gardenstreet 147 views 1 comment Most recent by Alexia February 13, 2018 6:58PMGeneral Discussion