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Hello,

I am new here and have a question...I have been using QB pro 2016 desktop for a couple years now and we hire out the payroll and tax filing. Now I am in a position where we need to hire a new tax person (which is not easy here) or learn myself. I use to be confident in just the bookkeeping part of this but I am not anymore due to the amount of taxes we paid last year. So my question is this....
What do you suggest? Learn myself or look for a new tax person?
Where would I go to find someone to possibly help me with checking my QB and make sure I am doing everything right?
I feel like I need a Quickbooks pro to look and make sure everything looks good. Maybe I should transfer to QB online?
Maybe hire a tutor?

It is so difficult here because we live in suck a small town there are no options so I guess as far as tutor option it would have to be someone online maybe video chat.

Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated.

Lisa
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Hello,

I am new here and have a question...I have been using QB pro 2016 desktop for a couple years now and we hire out the payroll and tax filing. Now I am in a position where we need to hire a new tax person (which is not easy here) or learn myself. I use to be confident in just the bookkeeping part of this but I am not anymore due to the amount of taxes we paid last year. So my question is this....
What do you suggest? Learn myself or look for a new tax person?
Where would I go to find someone to possibly help me with checking my QB and make sure I am doing everything right?
I feel like I need a Quickbooks pro to look and make sure everything looks good. Maybe I should transfer to QB online?
Maybe hire a tutor?

It is so difficult here because we live in suck a small town there are no options so I guess as far as tutor option it would have to be someone online maybe video chat.

Any suggestions/advice would be greatly appreciated.

Lisa
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