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Thursday, December 20, 2007
Peachtree Integrated CC Processing

Sage Software has announced they have integrated credit card processing into their Peachtree accounting software for small businesses. Rates for the credit card processing begin at 1.74%.

Sage also announced the same functionality for their Sage MAS 90 and Sage MAS 200 packages aimed at medium to large businesses.

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Inverness, FL Accountant

Today the Accounting Aisle announced the addition of Robert Eldridge to their list of member accounting firms. Located in Inverness, Florida, they offer a range of accounting services to businesses. As an Enrolled Agent they can also represent their clients for any IRS requests.

To find excellent accountants like Robert Eldridge visit the Accounting Aisle today.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2007
El Monte, CA CPA Firm

The Accounting Aisle is assembling a network of highest quality CPA firms throughout the United States. The latest addition is Eric Wu in El Monte California. The accounting firm offers service to all of Los Angeles County. If you are looking for a good CPA in Los Angeles for your business then Eric Wu is a great option. To get a proposal for your accounting needs in El Monte or anywhere else in California then visit the Accounting Aisle Today.

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Monday, December 17, 2007
Arcadia CPA

The Accounting Aisle is working to provides businesses with the best options for accounting firms and CPAs around the country. Today they announced the addition of a new CPA firm in Arcadia. Jean Chang offers excellent service to his client businesses and individuals.

If you are looking for a CPA in Arcadia then Jean Chang is an great option. You can ge quotes form him as well as other firms at the Accounting Aisle.

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Charleston Accounting Firm Merger

Elliot Davis has announced a deal to merge with McKnight Frampton CPAs and Schleeter Monsen & Debacker. Terms of the deal were not disclosed but the three will all operate under the Elliot Davis name beginning January 1st. The combined companies have a total payroll 0f 375.

McKnight Frampton CPAs and Schleeter Monsen & Debacker will maintain their two Charleston accounting offices with plans to merge them in the future.

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Friday, December 14, 2007
Judge Dismisses KPMG Malpractice Suit

A malpractice suit filed against KPMG by JoAnn Tredennick has been dismissed by a Pennsylvania judge. The suit was a result of work done by KPMG for Resco Products. KPMG advised Resco on strategies to limit the tax burden of the stockholders which turned out to be incorrect. Tredennick held a 92% share of Resco at the time of the sale.

The judge threw out the case because KPMG was hired by Resco and not Tredennick so she has no grounds for malpractice.

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Thursday, December 13, 2007
Orange County Accountant

AR Tax & Accountancy Group is the latest accounting firm to join the Accounting Aisle network or member firms. Offering service to Orange County, AR Tax & Accountancy provides bookkeeping, accounting, tax preparation and QuickBooks support to businesses.

For help with your business accounting in Orange County or anywhere else in North America, the Accounting Aisle will help you find the right accountant. Just lets us know a bit about you and your needs.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007
Accounting Error for Miss California

Christina Silva, Miss California 2008, has been asked to give up her title to Raquel Beezley when it was discovered that an accounting error. The mix-up occurred when points were reversed for the two contestants. Christina has hired a lawyer and is weighing her options.

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SOX 404 Requirements Delayed for Small Business

Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox today announced that the SEC is delaying 404b requirements from Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) for the smaller public companies. The delay is to further investigate the costs of implementing the rule.

SOX was designed to prevent the accounting fraud from the Enron scandal. However, some of the laws provisions, disproportionately impact smaller companies. A coalition of small business groups performed an analysis of SOX compliance and found that compliance will cost more than 3 percent of their net income.

This information conflicts with Congress's intent to not overly burden business with compliance costs.

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