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Complete Toast Pricing Guide For 2024

Toast POS costs $0-$165+/month for POS system software, $627-$1,034 for POS hardware, and 2.49%-3.69% in payment processing fees unless you get a custom quote on a Toast POS pricing plan. Add-ons like Toast Payroll and Toast Kitchen Display System also require a custom quote.

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Jan 11, 2024 Filed under: Point of Sale, Restaurant POS
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How Your POS Can Help With Taxes

Most POS systems are not equipped to efficiently take in all this data. So, you will need accounting software like QuickBooks Online to keep track of expenses over time. Alternatively, you can save your receipts and manually add all your expenses when filling out your taxes.

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Mar 8, 2024 Filed under: Point of Sale

The Best Emergency Business Loans For 2024

No matter how good you are at planning, it’s impossible to prepare for every possible emergency that may affect your business. Where do you look for an emergency business loan? Read on, and we’ll try to help you out. Here are seven ways to get business funding fast.

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Apr 11, 2024 Filed under: Business Loans

What Are The Classes Of Property In Real Estate?

If you’re a real estate investor or plan to invest in the future, it’s important to know the basics of residential rental properties, starting with the various classifications. In this post, we’ll break down how to classify rental property, from property types and classifications by property age and location to classifications used for writing off accelerated depreciation. 

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Dec 18, 2023 Filed under: Cost Segregation
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What Is A Rental Property Depreciation Limit?

The Internal Revenue Service allows property owners to depreciate the value of an investment rental property over 27.5 years using the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS). This applies to all properties put into service on or after January 1, 1987.

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Dec 14, 2023 Filed under: Cost Segregation

What Is A Cost Segregation Look-Back Study?

While it is generally recommended to do a cost segregation study in the same year a property is purchased, built, or remodeled, this doesn’t always occur. Property owners that do not do a cost segregation study in the same year that property was put into service can do a cost segregation look-back study.

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Dec 12, 2023 Filed under: Cost Segregation

When Can You Do A Cost Segregation Study?

The best time to do a cost segregation study is the year the property is put into service. This is the same year that you purchase, construct, or remodel the property. However, if you didn’t order a study in the first year, you haven’t missed out. You can have a cost segregation study done at any time with a look-back study.

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Dec 12, 2023 Filed under: Cost Segregation