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Category Archives: Story
Xero is an easy to use, web based, award winning accounting application designed for small businesses and their advisers. Access is available to your accounts anywhere and at anytime. Your data is secure even if your computer is lost or … Continue reading
+ = Sometimes, I come across online apps that have a one-two punch to deliver a wallop to boost my small business clients. And when I do, I get pretty excited about sharing the information with others. So when I … Continue reading
Cloud Apps Bundles for solo practitioners and small law firms Cloud computing for small business is fast becoming the norm with widespread adoption for those who see the value and the benefits that this technology offers. To help businesses wanting … Continue reading
It is said that “A picture is worth a thousand words”, but here’s a different take on this. We think that, “A picture is worth a thousand numbers” when it comes to reporting financial information. So here’s my first attempt … Continue reading
Giving small business owners the perfect Christmas present with Xero Online Accounting So Christmas is just around the corner. As a small business owner, this may be the only period you get a chance throughout the year to spend some … Continue reading
Well, Google has done it again. They continue to innovate and provide new, exciting ways to unleash human creativity. So here it is, go ahead and create your own instant story. Unleash your creativity as a storyteller.
Priscilla Claman of Career Strategies shares some invaluable advice when facing this sometimes seemingly awkward situation. She says, ‘The moral of this story is this: Resist the impulse to vent your frustration when you leave a job, but don’t slink … Continue reading
Laurie Santos, professor of psychology, Yale University talks about Monkey “economics” and suggest that greedy, loss-averse human behavior may have deep evolutionary origins. It seems that human beings and their primates hate losing more than they love winning. After watching … Continue reading
“84% of employees plan to look for a new position in 2011.” as reported by Jessica Dickler in CNN Money. What is this statement telling us about employers and employers? Firstly that there is rising job dissatisfaction among employers. And … Continue reading
By way of introduction, let me say that I’m a baby-boomer and a non-traditional accounting professional (bean counter) by trade, who is passionate about internet technology, in particular online applications for small businesses. In 1998, with the advent of software … Continue reading