You produce or you get replaced with someone who will. What if there was a four percent transaction fee on every dollar that went through the treasury every day. You can learn a lot from a bottle of soda when it comes to stress in the office.
It must be nice to be in with Dr. Arlene Ackerman. She takes care of her people. We’re not talking about her family although they probably don’t want for anything. We’re talking about the people that work for her in the Philadelphia School District’s main administration building also known by employees as 440.
Yes. I mean, my attitude towards coming out is I that do make an announcement before I play, well, not personally. I have it done for me, that I will be out, within 15 to 20 minutes after the concert is finished.
Another metric for evaluating true corporate tax burdens is as a percent of GDP. In 2003, corporate tax burdens in the U.S. were 2.1% of GDP, 3.2% in the European Union and 4.3% in industrialized nations of Asia.
For those “highly intellectual” people who think we may have Constitutional issues with the implementation of such a plan, my response to them is. Where were you when a president was having oral sex in the oval office and struggling with the word “is” during legal questioning that was televised for all to see. Or, where were you when we elected a president with little more proof of his birth in the United States than a child gets as a prize from a box of cereal. Simply put, you are either part of the solution are you ARE the problem. Not a single red tape bureaucrat would lose a job; they would just have a different job description. Our budget might even go down a few billion for the lack of paper and office supplies needed to track tax info.
Well, you know, we just lost the big HMV. And that’s a mega record store, with small department stores, with three floors. I mean, they’re massive. They sell everything from DVDs to CDs, to whatever merchandise.
The accountants numbers are also telling. Where you might think most social networking is driven by teenagers, only about 11% in the 12-17 age bracket use Twitter, according to a survey put out by comScore. If Quancast’s estimates are correct more than 35% of their users are 35 or over. In short: there’s a lot of money on these sites.
Holy cow! These people don’t even work in the schools. If you also average in the health benefits as well as the cost of keeping the lights and air conditioning on at the building the price jumps another couple of million. Then there are the perks that usually come with the job. Without this information, you wouldn’t even know any of these people exist especially in the minds of the children.
Your website is an investment in your practice. Handle it like you’d treat a new lobby, a cold-call campaign, or any normal marketing expense. It doesn’t matter if you opt to use a custom accounting site design or begin with a template. What matters is that you get the lead out, get the site up quickly, and let your customers and prospects observe as you unremittingly form it to suit their needs.