Last week I changed a check register to one-line display and I cannot find a way to get it back to two lines so I can enter some transactions. There is no entry in the index beginning with "one...". The view tab is worthless; it drops down to show one entry "account read more...In article: register: how change from 1 line view to 2 line view
One of my colleague was mentioning that he rented his property and did not report the rental income since he was barely breaking even. According to him there is no direct way the IRS will be able to find out the actual rentals received. Is it right? If that is the case everyone will do it, right? read more...In article: Not reporting rental income
Consider a hypothetical commercial real estate property. The land, building, improvements, and rights to use them represent 'real property' The inventory, desks, chairs, and other assets on the property not permanently attached are 'personal property' (of either the landlord read more...In article: Is 'cash' 'real' or 'personal' property?
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author: lozzareeves posted 11-21-2017Hello, Came across this forum and thought you guys might be able to help. We purchased some HOP-E801 thermal printers to print receipts with our sage system, however, when we print two pages with the... read more »
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