Moving Your Accounting System to A Cloud.

We love this blog post from Robert Half and Associates…its so true with these days and times.  There is a lot of cloud based work and telecommuting.  We have been a remote Accounting/Bookkeeping company for some time now and this just reaffirms our decision! Are You Ready for a Cloud-Based Financial Solution? Posted by Andy ...

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Home Office Tax Deductions.

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All small business owners and entrepreneurs start somewhere…usually out of a small home office — no overhead of renting an office, no driving to work and pumping your gas bill up…for some that works great for a while, but for others, as the business grows, they need extra room.  In the meantime though, there are ...

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Game Plan for Small Businesses.

We ran upon this ‘Game Plan for Success for 2011‘ that was put out by the IRS and thought we would share.  Great resource for small businesses self-employed to keep you on track.  There are some great tips, a calendar to tell you when to file taxes, and explains what all the different tax forms ...

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Tax Advice for Newlyweds.

We are in the midst of the wedding season here in the beautiful Charlottesville area, consisting of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Skyline Drive, University of Virginia, Monticello, and countless wineries and vineyards. It can be understandably easy to become immersed in the finite details of wedding planning: choosing the perfect location, which photographer to hire, ...

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New Mileage Rates.

IRS Increases Mileage Rate to 55.5 Cents per Mile The Internal Revenue Service today announced an increase in the optional standard mileage rates for the final six months of 2011. Taxpayers may use the optional standard rates to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business and other purposes. The rate will increase ...

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The Travelin’ Accountant

Here at Current Accounting, we like to make accounting tasks effortless and provide the utmost convenience for our clients.  In addition to helping you with virtually all of your accounting responsibilities…we also bring the meeting to you!  Its just easier for you.  No hassle, don’t have to worry about finding a parking place or allowing ...

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Starting Your Own Business.

Have you ever thought about starting and owning your own business?  There are a lot of great resources out there to help you think through all of the ‘nitty gritty’ details.  We have referenced the Small Business Administration as they are a great resource and outline all of the important steps of starting, running and ...

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A Fresh Look To Our Site.

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We want to stay up with the ‘times’, and always be ‘Current’ and cutting edge.  Even though we are an accounting company, we try not to be boring or dull.   So we have decided to spruce up our website a little.  (Thanks to a couple of our Charlottesville colleagues for giving us some helpful hints ...

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Vendors Are Customers Too.

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We were one of the sponsors for the Get Engaged workshop yesterday that was held at the Boars Head in Charlottesville.  The workshop was geared around helping wedding vendors in Charlottesville and surrounding areas to grow their business, to be in better tune with brides and grooms and what the new trends are.  What a great group of folks…from florists, to ...

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Tax Pros Is The Route To Go.

What a glorious week in Charlottesville it is setting out to be!  Warmer weather, sunshine; yes, Spring is on its way!  You have to admit that this puts a little ‘Spring’ into your step, right?  It surely does for us.  We want to put more of a ‘Spring’ into your step as well with taking ...

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