The following poem from the Vietnam war goes out to all those vets (from any war) that made it good in accounting.
Half way House. I've had, over the last 15 years a bottom drawer either in my desk or, like now, a box, where I toss papers that I'm not sure what to do with.
Anyone with more than a mop for a head knows that Darwin's opinion on the evolution of life on this spinning olive is just a theory.
In October 2008, as a hedge against inflation, I purchased a 5 year, $25,000 Treasure Inflation-Protected Security (TIPS) at a discounted price of 89.114 with an interest rate of .625%. As of last October 2009, its inflation-adjusted
I recently changed jobs. Yes, actually swap one job for another.
I hear on the radio more and more these days, as one reporter is winding up an interview with another, the interviewer thanks the interviewee for the interview and then, instead of accepting the thanks by saying: “You’re welcom
Ross, a friend, and life coach-in-training, just called to say that he will be submitting my case study to his superiors next week for final review and he wanted to know if his (pro bono) coaching was to any benefit.
This semester I am teaching a class titled: Financial Controls for Entrepreneurs. As part of my lecture material I’ve handed out a list of basic controls a small entrepreneur might wish to consider.
With all the lay offs and the resulting scrambling for new positions, soon or later, a job seeker will likely be contacted by a placement agency that has a job to fill.
Working as an accountant over the last umpteen years, I’ve developed my own manner of spread sheet construction and naming. These tips are from those years:Title it. Include a three line title centered over the first page.