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7 membership benefits of belonging to AIPB that help you get the recognition you deserve as a professional and keep your skills and knowledge up to date
Becoming a Certified Bookkeeper (CB), gives you the right to put “CB” after your name and, according to the U.S. Dept. of Labor, means that you will have “the best job prospects” (Occupational Outlook Handbook).
The AIPB jobs web site helps you find the best bookkeeping jobs, or new clients for your freelance practice, at no charge.
Advance your skills, knowledge and career with self-study courses taken right in your home or office.
The Members Only area includes special resources provided only to AIPB members.
Chat Rooms for professional bookkeepers let you talk with colleagues, get new ideas, ask questions, share knowledge.
Bookkeeping Tips, one valuable bookkeeping, tax, payroll, filing or recordkeeping tip e-mailed to you each week—free.
Accounting, Bookkeeping & Tax Links connect you to over 150 free bookkeeping, accounting and tax calculators, forms, tables, templates,  glossaries—all useful, all free
Free Bookkeeper’s Hiring Test helps employers quickly evaluate job candidates for bookkeeper at no change. Free 10-question test with optional free sections on payroll, depreciation and inventory.

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Report #1

How to:
  • Post returned checks
  • Withhold from car allowances
  • Know when to take, or refuse, a prompt-payment discount
  • Record checks made out to cash
  • Prove expenses if canceled checks are lost
  • Correct W-2 errors the easy way
  • Prepare internal income statements
  • Set up successful collection calls

Plus: Often overlooked overtime pay
rules under the new law.
  • Who must be paid overtime
  • There is no overtime pay for these hours
  • Include these payments in overtime pay computations
  • Do paid days off count as hours worked?
  • When you can use comp time
  • And more

 


 

21 Key Bookkeeping Changes in Current Tax Laws


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Put key changes at your fingertips:

  • Change #3: Wnat those travel deductions? Prepare to prove your "tax home."
  • Change #7: IRS scrutinizes electronic accounting—they are after these JEs.
  • Change #11: Now the same worker can be both employee and IC: here’s how.
  • Changes #15: New IRS test for employee v. ICthe old test is out.
  • Change #17: Heads up on new IRS payroll tax audits.
  • Changes #18: Hidden dangers in family-firm compensation.
Plus:
  • Change #9: Employee ID protection can be tax-free.
  • Change #20: How to handle name/SSN mismatches.
  • And more.


 


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Discover:
How to protect yourself
  • if you sign company checks
  • if you withhold taxes on paychecks
  • against liability for company loans
  • against liability for company notes
  • against liability for retirement plans
  • against inadvertent disclosure

How to protect your company or client
  • 9 easy ways to prevent bad check losses
  • 5 ways to protect company bank accounts and other cash
  • 12 policies that prevent fraud
  • 15 signs that employees are stealing
  • And more

 

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