Archive for September, 2009
A self-taught QuickBooks novice recently posted an Independent Software blog article on QuickBooks: Part of the Start Up Package. He concluded, “I actually kind of enjoy using QuickBooks: Part of the Start Up Package now. That may be somewhat disturbing, but it is true. I commented that I guess you did not know that Intuit always designs Quicken and QuickBooks to be drop-dead-simple for non-accountants. He also learned about the Free QuickBook 2010 you can still get if you act fast.
Intuit sells industry leading QuickBooks, Quicken, TurboTax and Digital Insight (bank software) programs. The Intuit Pushes Deeper Into Cloud (Software as a Service or SaaS) effort relates to major recent Intuit cloud computing moves. Intuit Federated Applications let ANY web application use ANY programming language or database to automatically exchange data with four million QuickBooks users (25 million employees).
You only have a few days left for a Free QuickBooks 2010, to fix QuickBooks Errors, Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance.
This is an update on President Obama’s Speech, relative to violations of the First Amendment and state law, in my Broward School Board Lawsuit. Judge Cohn issued this order in Case 09-61413-CV-COHN, on September 8, 2009, the same day I filed my federal class action suit. Outstanding! I will soon post my Complaint and this impressive same-day decision.
David Chermak did a good QuickBooks vs. Peachtree (Peachtree vs QuickBooks) review. I appreciate his effort, as he has more balanced recent expert QuickBooks vs. Peachtree (Peachtree vs QuickBooks) experience than I do now. On the other hand, I used Peachtree almost exclusively for years, around 20+ years ago (long before QuickBooks) and wrote of QuickBooks vs. Peachtree (Peachtree vs QuickBooks) for many years before my QuickBooks vs. Peachtree (Peachtree vs QuickBooks) web page.
CUTTING BACK: Employers taxed by new levies, is an excellent story by Jennifer Robinson. Nevada nearly doubled payroll taxes, from 0.63 percent to 1.17 percent. Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity is far worse, with tax rates increasing from as little as 0.02% to 4.20%% for the MOST stable deserving employers. Few small business owners even know that this is the cause of their big tax increases. Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity also features ridiculous extra amounts in penalties and interest, harrassing phone calls, extra and premature credit-killing liens.
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