Take Advantage of Section 179 Deduction For 2012
Section 179 can change each year without notice (Section 179 has even changed mid-year), so it benefits you to take advantage of this generous tax code while it's available. Section 179 offers small businesses a great opportunity to maximize purchasing power. In addition, the recent Stimulus Acts have provided the small business owner with generous new (and higher) deduction limits. Most of the equipment your business will purchase, finance or lease qualifies for the deduction, so make sure you do your homework to verify that your company is leveraging the Section 179 Deduction this year.
Sage 100 ERP (MAS 90/200) Tip - Using the Secondary Company Feature
Right-clicking on a menu option in Sage 100 allows you to open that option in a secondary company without changing company for everything else, including screens that you already have open. This can be a great way to handle interruptions while minimizing the disruption to your workflow. If you need a quick indicator of which screen is open for which company, you can set different screen colors for each company.
Who says football players can't be cute and adorable?
This is totally off topic but at the same time rather inspiring. Sam Gordon is a 9 year old girl who scored 25 touchdowns and made 65 tackles in a boys football league. So go do something no one thinks you can do.
Friendly Systems will be closed for Thanksgiving and also the Friday after, November 23. Black Friday actually starts Thursday night, so skip watching the Jets embarass themselves and get shopping!
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