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QuickBooks Announces Integration with Amazon Business to Help Small Businesses Seamlessly Track Purchases

QuickBooks Announces Integration with Amazon Business to Help Small Businesses Seamlessly Track Purchases

Integration Automates Data Entry and Makes Categorization and Reconciliation Easier for Small Businesses

Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU) today announced a new integration for QuickBooks with Amazon Business, allowing small businesses to seamlessly automate purchase reconciliation and categorization when making purchases on Amazon Business. Through the new integration, all Amazon Business purchases will be automatically imported into QuickBooks, with data being refreshed multiple times per day. Purchase details, including item descriptions, costs and fee breakdowns for each transaction will be included automatically, significantly reducing the need for manual data entry.

In addition to reducing the time spent on manual data entry, the integration between QuickBooks and Amazon Business also helps business owners better categorize and understand their business expenses while eliminating the need to go back and forth between QuickBooks and Amazon Business to match up purchases. By

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seedership Launches a Free Digital Measurement Dashboard to Track Small Business Giving

Measure Package gives small business owners one view of everything they give back to better understand their total community investment

Today, seedership announced a free Measure package on its community giving storytelling platform. Available nationwide, the package enables small businesses to bring together everything they give back into one visual dashboard for greater clarity and transparency around what they invest back into their communities.

Our 2020 Spring into Kindness Small Business Study found that while 95% of small businesses stated they track their giving, most track only the monetary value ─ either as money donated (73%) or money raised (30%), yet the picture gets hazier around other giving components, such as time volunteered and in-kind gifts. As a result, they undervalue what they give back.

“Even though small businesses continue to face uncertainty and hardships as they adapt to the pandemic, they have stepped up and taken leadership in supporting

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Get the inside track on the race for the White House with Business Insider’s DC bureau



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  • As we enter the homestretch of the 2020 presidential campaigns, listen in on Tuesday, September 29, at 1 p.m. ET for a live conversation with Business Insider’s politics team.
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The 1 Thing Your Exec Team Needs to Do This Week to Stay on Track

For several years now, I have shared some of my favorite growth and leadership tools with our Inc readers. Things like the 1 page action plan. Tools that can help you gain focus and clarity on the things that make the most difference in your business and help you grow even faster. Today, I wanted to share with you something that I did just this week with my own executive team. And I encourage all my business coaching clients to do at least every quarter.

Time Value Matrix

The concept is a simple but powerful one. Everything that you do within your business falls into one of four categories. 

D Time: Otherwise known as DON’T DO and DELEGATE

This is the stuff that you generally don’t want to do and it doesn’t create much value for your business. Things like paying bills, sorting mail, 99% of the email in your

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Porter tries to get business back on track

They have written to the Attorney-General detailing their ferocious objections to giving priority and preference to union agreements over non-union agreements, arguing this would reward higher levels of union militancy, disputation and anti-competitive conduct and is counter to freedom of association principles.

This will put the onus on ACTU secretary Sally McManus to decide whether her ambition to give priority to union agreements should also be a deal-breaker for a union movement that has finally developed a somewhat better relationship with the Morrison government.

Sally McManus and Industrial Christian Porter have developed an improved working relationship. CEDA

Employer groups and major unions all agree the virtual collapse of enterprise bargaining in recent years is in no one’s interests and makes Australia’s industrial relations system even more dependent on an excessively complex award structure. They also agree change will require greater flexibility in the “better off overall test” (BOOT) rather than

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Nike’s track and field overlord John Capriotti eyes consulting role in post-Nike future

After more than two decades, John Capriotti is stepping down as leader of Nike’s track and field sports marketing group.

“John is going into the consulting business,” said Steve Miller, a former Nike executive and the man who hired Capriotti at the company.

The fiery former track coach still worked for the sneaker giant as of Friday. But he is leaning toward a consulting deal that would make Nike one of his clients, according to a second source close to Capriotti.

News of the change had the track and field world buzzing on Friday.

“It’s kind of unbelievable,” said a third source, a prominent sports agent. “He’s been in that position for the entire 21 years I’ve been around track and field. He’s been the single most influential person in the sport.”

Neither Capriotti nor Nike could immediately be reached for comment.

Capriotti’s decision comes as Nike is cutting costs

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Macy’s Polaris Strategy on Track, Soft Store Sales a Worry

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Perelman Selling Almost Everything as Pandemic Roils His Empire

(Bloomberg) — Bit by bit, billionaire Ronald O. Perelman is parting with his treasures.His Gulfstream 650 is on the market. So is his 257-foot yacht. Movers hauled crates of art from his Upper East Side townhouse after he struck a deal with Sotheby’s to sell hundreds of millions of dollars of works.He’s unloaded his stake in Humvee-maker AM General, sold a flavorings company that he’d owned for decades and hired banks to find buyers for stock he holds in other companies.What in the world is going on with Ron Perelman? His exploits on and off Wall Street have been tabloid fare in New York since the go-go 1980s. But now, at an age when most fellow billionaires are kicking back, Perelman, 77, is facing a range of financial challenges, most of all at Revlon Inc., his cosmetics giant.Once touted as

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deAsra crosses 100,000 small business platform users, announces the Back on Track Program

PUNE, India, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — deAsra Foundation is now a family of 100,000 dePreneurs – small business users of the deAsra platform resources and services.

In the journey of reaching the 100K milestone, deAsra feels happy to share that it was able to cater to the needs of businesses from various sectors such as food, beauty, fashion, etc. From business planning to business growth, deAsra provides growth catalysing resources that accelerate entrepreneur journeys from start to end. 

With deAsra’s dedicated Platform for MSME, the team onboards 5,000 new business users every month.

“Reaching the 100K dePreneurs milestone quickly was possible due to the platform resources being online and for use by small business owners from any place, at any time. Access to more than 40 business services that are typically required in a business journey is mapped out and accessible at deasra.in,” says deAsra’s CEO Pradnya Godbole

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Pasco commissioners like idea of BMX track, but don’t offer funding

DADE CITY — Delaney Morrison brought her non-profit Ride Local, Inc. to the Pasco County Commission on Tuesday. Her pitch, that BMX should be the next feature in their Experience Florida’s Sports Coast portfolio, collected positive feedback — but no funding.



a man riding a bike down a dirt road: Oldsmar resident Andre LaCroix, 18, practicing on the Oldsmar BMX track.


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Oldsmar resident Andre LaCroix, 18, practicing on the Oldsmar BMX track.

Still, commissioners encouraged her to continue to pursue the idea, which she had presented to the Pasco County Tourist Development Council last month. For a year she has worked with Commissioner Kathryn Starkey and other county officials to find a location and drum up support to build a covered track for future BMX, which is bicycle motocross, competitions and recreation.

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She hopes to combine it with a bicycle park and has set her sights on a 23-acre parcel near State Road 54 and Gunn Highway which is currently owned by

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