Just to show how big of a dork I am, I wanted to share a spreadsheet that I made in Excel originally, then realized it was simple enough to even be used as a Google Document. It’s set up to put in the asset information you have, then figure the MACRS depreciation based on the [...]
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I know this post is basically breaking my arm to give myself a pat on the back, but I’m happy I made the cut for CPA Technology Advisor’s Top 40 under 40 shortly before I was recognized by the Journal of Accounting for my Excel-lence.
My alternative solution to the problem posted in the August Journal of Accountancy Technology Q&A has been published as part of the November Technology Q&A. Excel functions that have embedded “if” properties such as AVERAGEIF(), COUNTIF(), and SUMIF() are very powerful tools “if” you take the time to learn their power and integrate them into [...]