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Sales Tax Automation for Dynamics ERP

Catching Some Air by Going Vertical

What does "going vertical" really mean in the Dynamics world? Providing healthy      product info, doing demonstrations and filling out RFP’s can all add a great deal to  your sales costs, but one proven way to lower these costs and increase your sales rate  is to go vertical with them. How do you accomplish […]

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Dynamics GP 2013 Year End FAQ

With all of the updates for closing out your year, you are bound to have plenty of questions. So we pulled out a couple of the Frequently Asked Questions published by Microsoft to give you a head start. To get a full list of FAQ’s, click here to download the full U.S 2013 Year-End Update. What will […]

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How Recent Sales Tax Changes May Affect Your Industry

If you have read the news lately, then you are likely aware of sales tax changes looming on the horizon. Sales tax requirements vary by state, product and industry. Reviewing and keeping track of all of the rules and regulations can take significant time and resources. How do you keep up with it all? In […]

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Automating the Exemption Certificate Lifecycle

Prudent and proactive businesses are constantly investigating and implementing new methods to reduce their sales and use tax audit liability and increase staff productivity because these savings go directly to the bottom line. In today’s economic environment, these goals have taken on added urgency. Virtually all states are experiencing significant revenue drops coupled with higher […]

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How Can Massachusetts Firms Track Sales Tax Rates, Rules, and Regulations?

Recently Massachusetts lawmakers in the House voted to repeal the technology tax on computer and software services. This time is was outvoted, but smart CFO’s will be prepared for similar legislation changes in the future. Currently, Connecticut, Hawaii, Mississippi, Nebraska, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming all require the tax. Massachusetts is […]

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Sales and Use Tax is Extremely Complicated! New Guide Breaks Down Sales Tax Practices by State.

Figuring out who owes, who collects, who’s exempt from sales and use tax and what states that all happens in is a complex process. Many of you are probably aware of how the sales tax landscape is changing with state and local governments revising tax laws to increase revenues in order to make up for […]

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See More Financial Effects of Using Document Management Software

The reason many company leaders ultimately decide to embrace electronic workflow is because businesses of any kind can often save significant amounts of money. When they leverage document management software and then access records on the computer, they no longer constantly have to buy paper, ink, folders, staples and many other office supplies in bulk. In the […]

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What Are the Hidden Perks of Document Management Software?

There are a number of advantages to digitizing that aren't immediately apparent. When companies finally make the ultimate decision to break their reliance on paper and embrace document management software, they tend to do so after weighing the pros and cons. Administrators will quickly realize that negative aspects are borderline nonexistent and the perks are blatant. In many […]

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Companies Going Paperless out of Convenience

Convenience is often cited as a large motivator for implementing document management software in the workplace. But exactly what does this mean for businesses that have made the switch over to the digital sphere? A lot of the time, businesses decide to go paperless by embracing electronic workflow because of the material benefits that can […]

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Taxing the Intangible

Our lives are filled with intangible goods (things that can’t be touched or seen even though money may have been paid to purchase them) and with software-as-a-service and digital goods offerings becoming more mainstream, state lawmakers have begun to sit up and take notice of ways in which to tax these intangible goods. Estimates that […]

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