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January 1998

Editor: Scott Gottlieb, CPA
Assistant editor: Susan A. Maffetone, CPA

Get Ready for April 15th Now

Don't forget these deductions when putting together your tax paperwork.

  • Medical and dental expenses not covered by health insurance
  • Health insurance premiums if you're self-employed.
  • Real estate taxes
  • Interest paid on a mortgage
  • Charitable donations
  • Unreimbursed business expenses for things like job-related travel, education, and subscriptions to publications


Accounting Software tip of the month- Creating a Chart in Excel 97

  1. Select the Cells to be charted.
  2. Click the Chart Wizard or use command from title bar.
  3. Answer the Wizard's questions, if you change your mind, click back to change answer.
  4. Click Finish when you're done.


January Words of Wisdom:

If you use Excel or other accounting programs in your office and home,  make sure to contact the vendors web site every few months.  Many software programs contain bugs and the vendors allow you to download free bug fixes for your software.

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