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  • J. Vitale "momandwriter" - Easy, efficient and deliciousI have wanted a grill for many years, but as I live in a small apartment with just a tiny balcony, I couldn't indulge in my diehard love of Weber Charcoal kettle grills. I gave in at last, and ordered this grill, and I'm happy to report it exceeds my expectations. So far I have baked bread (with the extra pizza stone) and made chicken, veggies and fruit on it, and I'm delighted. It was easy to assemble, too. The instructions had verbiage as well as pictures, and all the parts were present and organized. Great job, Char-Broil!!!!
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  • Brian N. Kramer - Just the factsThis is my first time using TT Business for my S-Corp 3 person company. Last year we used an accountant that took too long to do our taxes, and cost too much money. This is also the first year I did 'enhanced payroll' via Quickbooks and figured that has to be 99% of the work and I can just import my numbers into TT and be done with. I have used TT home and business for personal use in the past, and this Business software is similar in its structure.

    Inputting basic data like corporate name/address/shareholders is pretty straight forward. Import from Quickbooks was easy as well, but this is where the big problem happened. When I got to the page to 'balance my books', I noticed the horror, that a bunch of items from Quickbooks were tagged and using wrong tax lines (I accidentally had an automatic rule that marked many of my sales as employee taxes). After the import, I found that I could no longer open Quickbooks because TT was using the file. Needless to say, a simple reboot, corrections in Quickbooks, 'delete all imports', and another try! I wish I could say I did it all correct on the next round, but nope, I had to repeat the process above a few times.

    The only real issue I had after fixing Quickbooks was a rounding error of 1$. This was not my fault, my CPA was off by a $1 in rounding the year before, but Quickbooks was dead on and the TT software kept trying to have me fix the issue. After several iterations and figuring out how this happened (that took a while), everything else went smooth. Despite all the effort, I don't think there could have been a quick or efficient way to do all the balancing, and I now need to wait for all the forms, but that was to be expected. Next year I imagine I will be able to fly through the taxes in about 10% the time of this year.
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