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In this month's K2 Tech Update, our feature articles discuss Tax Automation Opportunities and Data Breaches - Inside the Numbers.

Our News section reports on why the Latest Office Update may be time sensitive for some, how QuickBooks Online App allows users to work faster, On-Site Learning from K2 Available to All Organizations and K2 Enterprises' Learning Options through the end of July.
We have two Technology Tips this month - A Six-Pack of Tips for PivotTables and Using Excel's Flash Fill Tool To Clean-Up a QuickBooks Trial Balance. You have the option of reading the articles or watching the step by step instructions on our YouTube channel.

Finally, this month's Course Spotlights include K2's Budgeting and Forecasting Tools and Techniques and K2's Business Continuity - Best Practices for Managing the Risks.
We hope you find the newsletter timely, relevant, and useful. If you have topics you would like for us to cover here in coming months, please let us know.


Tommy Stephens
K2 Enterprises
Tax Automation - Opportunities Abound!
For many business professionals, tax compliance presents cumbersome and time-wasting issues. CPAs in public practice, for example, spend countless hours simply keypunching client-provided tax forms into their tax applications, while their counterparts in industry devote untold hours on issues such as sales and use tax compliance. And across all industries, complying with a maze of payroll-related tax issues consumes tremendous resources. Fortunately, for those seeking to reduce the amount of time spent on many of the more mundane tasks related to tax compliance, an entire genre of software is available to automate many of these processes.

Data Breaches - Inside the Numbers
According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, the total number of data breaches reported in the United States during 2015 was 781. This was the second-highest number of record and brings the total number of breaches reported since 2005 to 5,810.  

Latest Office Update Means Clock Is Now Ticking For Some Office 2016 Users
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  QuickBooks App Allows QuickBooks Online Users To Work Faster  
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