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John Dillard

John Dillard is an author and Certified Public Accountant. To See how he takes Christ along with him to work visit www.HisCPA.com

Posted 5/24/10 at 12:54 PM | John Dillard

Duluth/Gwinnett CPA: He's My King

He's My King

Discover Jesus, the King of Kings, the Lord of Lords, the Alpha and the Omega in a New & Wonderful Way

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Posted 5/24/10 at 10:56 AM | John Dillard

Atlanta CPA on Accounting & Bookkeeping for Your Business

Atlanta CPA on Accounting & Bookkeeping for Your Business

Below is a checklist business owners can use to track their internal books and records and thereby having clean financials and bookkeeping. Checklists are great ways to ensure that you keep the standard things simple and to ensure that you keep for your files all important hard copies in addition to those electronically stored on your computer.

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Posted 5/23/10 at 5:16 PM | John Dillard

Never Forget Who God Made You to Be

Never Forget Who God Made You to Be

Today, I pray that you draw a line in the sand, that you put your past behind you and that your put God before you. God has a majestic journey planned for you and your life and it is up to you to be still, seek His word, surround yourself with Godly people, be mission minded and experience the miracle of Jesus Christ, and to fulfill your God given destiny.

Ephesians 6:22 I am sending him to you for this very purpose, that you may know how we are, and that he may encourage you.

Never Forget Who You Are, Who God Made You to Be.

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Posted 5/22/10 at 10:32 AM | John Dillard

Navajo Family Missions...Taking Christianity Into the World

Navajo Family Missions...Taking Christianity Into the World  

This Year's Group Size to Serve God in the desert of New Mexico presents several challenges as well as/woman power to accomplish things we have never done before. I invite the Holy Spirit to speak to each of you and to lead you to Divine Inspiration.  

I invite you to have a few moments over the next few weeks to be still, put on your thinking cap and to see what God might offer for us to better connect with those we serve and find creative/unique ways to present God's word in new and unique ways.  

This year I am seeking you to each to take with you a verse of the day that you both meditate on each day and to share with your group and to those that we serve to encourage those around you.  

For all groups including the construction and service projects I ask that you do the same and to start off each day at the job site, with a five to ten minute devotion and that you find encouraging ways to remind all who are working with you during the day. For with a group of our size, much of our team building with need to come from the small groups that we ALL will be broken into as we serve.

 Ephesians 5:1 Be imitators of God, therefore, as dearly loved children

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Posted 5/21/10 at 6:12 PM | John Dillard

Atlanta CPA Provides Guidance to America's Taxpayers on Addressing Back Taxes/IRS Representation Issues with the IRS

Atlanta CPA Provides Guidance to America's Taxpayers on Addressing Back Taxes/IRS Representation Issues with the IRS

Below is a sample letter one might use when addressing open and unpaid back taxes with the IRS. The goal of both the initial and all verbal and written communication with the IRS is to establish honest and open dialog and to develop reasonable expectations for the taxpayer. Below is a sample letter that might be used when back tax returns are unpaid and to give the taxpayer time to pull their information together to submit an Offer in Compromise. As always with IRS Representation issues it is essential to retain an experienced CPA who is well versed in such matters.

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Posted 5/20/10 at 7:55 AM | John Dillard

Christian CPA's: How to Find the Right One

Christian CPA's: How to Find the Right One  

With tens of thousands of CPA's in Atlanta to choose from, it's difficult for business owners to find the one who is best suited for their needs. Having been a CPA for almost three decades, you soon discover that CPA's like doctors and lawyers are not all alike and that each one has their own particular set of nuances, training, experience and specialties. Just as finding the right doctor when you are having chest pains, it is equally as critical to your business success to find a CPA to fill in the financial gaps that many business owners lack.  

Our world has become one of intense specialization as you have had to hone and perfect your craft and you will want to find a business CPA whose dedication and ambition matches that of your own. To that end, recapped at http://hiscpa.com/Atlanta-CPA.html several issues to contemplate as you make one of the most important decisions that will impact your business success and your family's financial future. Preparing tax returns is a "taxing" business, being sure you retain a CPA who can see "both the forest and the trees" will be essential to ensuring that you pay only your lowest legal possible tax. Below is an excerpt we might use to help a taxpayer be sure that we have all of the required information to properly process and evaluate their return:  

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Posted 5/18/10 at 2:50 PM | John Dillard

Atlanta CPA Provides Checklist for New Business Owners

Atlanta CPA Provides Checklist for New Business Owners  

The below is a recent sample inquiry we might receive from a new business owner seeking to ensure they understand all of the nuances and reporting issues for America's Business Owners & Entrepreneurs:  

Hi, John - thanks again for spending time with the us the other day. I was hoping to get on the right track with the financial aspects of our business. We have submitted the sales tax application to the Georgia Dept. of Revenue but have not heard back from them yet. In the meantime, we are making some sales, but have no clue as to when or how to remit sales tax to the state. Do you have some guidance for us on that? Is that a monthly, weekly or quarterly submission? Lastly, my sister-in-law, who is a CPA in FL, mentioned that many CPA's have a checklist of things clients should be mindful of as they start their businesses and during the course of the operating year. Do you have something like that to share with us? I think it would be a good thing for the boys to have as a reference. Thanks again.

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Posted 5/16/10 at 3:45 PM | John Dillard

Great Day of Service Answering the Question WWJD: What Would Jesus Do

Great Day of Service Answering the Question WWJD: What Would Jesus Do

Taking Christianity Into the World  

By your actions you have been the very hands and feet of Jesus Christ. I pray that He blesses you and your family deeply this year and that He continues to reveal himself to you and your life. I hope that His destiny for you and your life is further revealed as you seek to me more like Him.

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Posted 5/16/10 at 3:35 PM | John Dillard

People Get Ready; Jesus is Coming Soon

People Get Ready; Jesus is Coming Soon

Give Your Life to God While There's Still Time...Taking Christianity Into the World

"...in a flash, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed." 1 Corinthians 15:52

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Posted 5/15/10 at 9:37 AM | John Dillard

Can you give God 10 Minutes Today?

Can you give God 10 Minutes Today?  

I invite you to go into a closed quiet room and remember....  

You may be asking yourself what in the world am I doing? I think we all find ourselves there in the midst of planning and coordinating and feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of stepping out of our box, giving up a week of our lives, leaving work, summer schedules, etc. behind. So hopefully this will give you a little insight into why you are doing what you are doing and why you are so important to God's team...Your heart, your passion and your contribution to the Body of Christ, presence on the journey and helping God to fulfill the Great Commission are integral and important beyond words. 

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