I bought my first HP LaserJet printer in 1992. It was one of the best printers
ever made — the venerable Model 4, churning out a whopping eight pages
per minute at the incredible resolution of 600 dots per inch (dpi).
Each year, a number of contributors from The CPA Technology Advisor take the
pilgrimage to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to scout out
new and emerging technologies that could impact your firms in the near future.
Using ‘Zero-Dollar Checks’ to Record Payroll Costs by Job and
Class If you use an outside payroll service to process your payroll, using zero-dollar
checks may be the easiest way to record payroll expenses by job and/or class...
The word innovation is bandied around quite a bit these days. Most often,
it seems the word is used with personal entertainment technologies such as the
latest music, camera and video functions for mobile phones, or even YouTube
I suspect that all of you are pleased to have the 2008 tax season behind you.
Whether this was the most successful season in memory or a complete disaster,
now is the best time to stop and have a debriefing with your tax department
If you’re old enough to remember the “pre-laser printer days”
(and the profession’s demographic says nearly 80 percent of you are),
you’ll no doubt recall that old dot-matrix and line printers were often
loaded with lined paper...
Even though the real estate market has slowed down (or perhaps for that very
reason), the construction industry remains strong. Construction professionals,
including contractors and subcontractors, continue to thrive in this tough economy