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2015 Release Information for CS Professional Suite Applications

2015 Release Information for CS Professional Suite Applications

The initial releases of 2015 UltraTax CS and Fixed Assets CS will be available to download on November 23, 2015. This release includes the following applications and features: UltraTax CS Proforma and Organizer capabilities for the following products: 1040-US, 1041-US, 1065-US, 1120-US and 990-US UltraTax CS 706-US Fixed Assets CS To download the … Read More

Minimum Wage Changes for 2016

Minimum Wage Changes for 2016

Several states and localities have announced minimum wage changes for 2016. Fifteen states, plus the District of Columbia, index their minimum wages to rise automatically with the cost of living. Ten states currently index minimum wage increases each year: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon and Washington (no change for 2016). … Read More

Pre-Season Guide to Tax Processing

Pre-Season Guide to Tax Processing

Review the system requirements and recommendations Do your current workstations and network systems meet the minimum requirements and recommended specifications for running our applications? Do your server and your workstations have sufficient RAM? How modern are your server and workstation processors? Do you have enough free disk space? You’ll find information that will help you … Read More

You’re Invited to Energize Your Tax Workflow with Integrated Workpapers and Trial Balance

You’re Invited to Energize Your Tax Workflow with Integrated Workpapers and Trial Balance

In our connected world, it’s critical that our software tools communicate and share data as fast and accurately as possible. That’s why we’ve created a completely integrated workpaper management and trial balance process that works seamlessly with your UltraTax CS tax prep workflow. To help you learn more about how this process works, we invite … Read More

Converting Data from Payroll CS® to Accounting CS® Payroll

Converting Data from Payroll CS® to Accounting CS® Payroll

If you’ve ever had extra pay items after converting a payroll client from Payroll CS to Accounting CS Payroll, we can show you how to avoid this. The extra pay items occur because multiple clients share payroll items in Payroll CS, but payroll items are client-specific in Accounting CS. You can prevent those extra pay … Read More