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Shogo by the Numbers

The word “shogo” is written in Japanese as 照合. In English, this kanji means “to clear” or “to verify.” And that’s precisely what Shogo is here to do for your business. By answering your questions, clarifying your accounting process, and streamlining your taxes, we aim to improve every aspect of your business. Shogo is redefining [...]

Intuit Ends QuickBooks 2014 Support: How Does This Affect Your Business?

Intuit’s QuickBooks is an important part of the accounting process for businesses of every kind. As a giant in the accounting software industry, when QuickBooks decides to discontinue support for a version, businesses using their products need to understand how they’ll be affected. This article from AccountingEX offers an excellent overview on Quickbooks’ plans for [...]

The Opportunities of Automation

Automation is here, and it’s already disrupting business as usual for several industries. In a recent study, Oxford experts tried to gauge the odds that certain jobs will be almost completely automated over the next two decades. They found that tax preparation, bookkeepers, accounting and auditing, among other things, are expected to be 93% or [...]

3 Popular Accounting Automation Features

Accounting automation software is an important consideration for a business of any size. You can’t simply ignore the time and money you’ll save by using software to automate critical processes, especially in our digital age. Consumers today are more willing than ever to trust technology, but also hyper-aware of the risks involved. There are several [...]

Accounting for Gift Cards with your Point of Sale

Summer is almost here, which means it’s just about gift card season. Graduations, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day are all occasions that increase the number of gift card sales. Point of Sale systems make it easier than ever to offer gift cards branded with your restaurant’s logo. POS systems allow cashiers to swipe gift cards [...]

Shogo’s Tax Preparation Checklist 2017

If you’re reading this, it means you survived tax season. Great work! But small business owners know that taxes aren’t just an annual event. In order for your business to thrive, you should always be planning ahead. Here’s a quick checklist to help you prepare for life after tax season 2017. Make a Tax Calendar [...]