I admit that I DO watch a few of Bravo’s Real Housewives’ shows, with Beverly Hills and New York at the top of my list. Even though this is stupid-reality TV, there’s something fascinating about a bird’s-eye view into their somewhat extravagant lives. I’m also under no delusion that quite a bit of the episodes […]
I consider myself reasonably adept at using technology, but I had a big misstep this week when my CPA firm tried to send me my tax return and supporting documents over its portal.
What I thought would be easy was anything but. Let me be clear: I am all for using technology, but please, please, guide your […]
Facebook groups are plentiful, especially those focusing on accounting, QuickBooks and related issues … so why create a new Facebook group, “Between Wall and Main,” and what are the benefits to members and the administrators? I recently sat down with Seth David and Stacy Kildal to discuss these topics and much more.
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I have to admit that when I was in my ‘30s and ‘40s, I never thought I’d write about age discrimination, but now that I’m in my ‘50s and seen it first-hand, I wanted to share my thoughts on this topic.
Coincidently, there was a syndicated article in yesterday’s Dallas Morning News, “Age Discrimination in Hiring […]
I read an article on Ragan.com that talked about how Accenture is doing away with annual employee performance reviews in favor of more frequent feedback.
I didn’t research this, but I’m sure Accenture isn’t the first large company to do this; still, the story caught my eye. All I can say is, “It’s about *%#@ time!”
I can’t […]