Archive for October, 2009
The part of this Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity letter, to Florida Governor Crist, which I can print, are four pages with narrow margins. The total Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity package, to our Department of Revenue, was about 50 pages. So if you want a Tax Cut CPA to appeal, repeal or litigate this Florida Unemployment Tax Insanity, or really fight these and other outrageous taxes for you, please let me know.
I was a Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance expert long before Intuit (and others) copied my Speeding Up QuickBooks and QuickBooks web pages to its QuickBooks Community Library. Even that was ages before my recent Intuit Ask the Expert appearance on QuickBooks Errors and Speeding Up QuickBooks Performance. Here is my latest effort, which will never be complete.
Free QuickBooks Help: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or 24-7, from two nationally known QuickBooks experts. This South Florida QuickBooks Meetup calendar automatically updates for meeting dates and times.
I am a big Intuit fan, but Intuit Wastes $1 Billion a Year for QuickBooks Users and Damages QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisors AND INTUIT.
previously wrote about a Microsoft Windows 7 Disaster, which will make me return to XP Professional. Yesterday I finally got a month-long delayed response. My Microsoft Action Pack for Accountants license for Windows 7 Ultimate was effectively good for only one month. I suspect that retail copies of Windows 7 will have similar Microsoft Windows 7 Disaster license problems.
My Microsoft Windows 7 disaster was the terrible mistake of installing our one Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate. I soon got an unjustified “not genuine” message, though it came direct from Microsoft. A Microsoft rep said many Microsoft Partners had this problem. Instead of giving me a new licence, Microsoft has been perpetuating this Microsoft Windows 7 disaster for a month by SAYING it will call back.
The QuickBooks Everwhere Calendar is coming together quickly. The QuickBooks Everywhere Calendars below have meetings of about 40 of the 60+ mainly free Quickbooks Meetups. You may need top Refresh (F5) or change the date below; We will soon have all 60 QuickBooks Meetups and other QuickBooks meetings and seminars. It will be available at […]
Personal computers are one of the least secure places for your records. Fire, flood, employee errors or malicious acts, storms, thefts, accidents, utilities, hacking and program failure (sometimes due to insecure, incompatible and less tested programs) all affect this. Such systems fail often. Their lack of adequate backups then destroy many businesses and lives, so this is not news. Your only real guarantee with local systems is a guarantee that they will fail, often at the worst possible time, destroying all the data you did not back up. Local systems also almost universally lack the virtual images that quickly reset programs, program preferences and data in THE SAFEST PLACE FOR DATA.
No Shame in Application Downsizing is an excellent IT Business Edge article about their being No Shame in Application Downsizing when times are tight. No Shame in Application Downsizing says, “if you need serious inventory support for thousands and thousands of items, you may find yourself looking at a name you never saw before: Fishbowl Inventory.”