Sunday, January 31, 2010
Tip #4 Rate Plans Lowered from $99 to $69 for AT&T & iPhone Users
Attention: AT&T, Verizon & iPhone Users
I want to notify you about the new rate changes for AT&T (and Verizon). If you are with AT&T this could save you A LOT of money.
The changes for AT&T went into effect on Monday, January 18, 2010. I know for the unlimited rate plan the price dropped from $99 to $69.
Be aware, they will only lower your rate if you call them.
Call their customer service to see if you qualify and have them lower their rates. For other ways to save money & receive support in transforming your business and money habits contact:
Know your Numbers, Live Rich!
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
I find this quote to be so true. I found the quote in my Harbrace College Grammar Handbook as i was doing my daily grammar practice, which sometimes i think is not helping, but i will prevail.
I have noticed that as I clear out what is inessential in my life, my energy, motivation, clarity and creativity has expanded.
I clear out old energy thru completing old projects, goals, task, and commitments on which i had been dragging my feet. I focus my attention on the work that is most important and get it done and off my mind. I do the scariest or most dreaded tasks of the day first. I put daily time and energy into the things that i love and bring me joy- this is such a gift to my soul! I remind myself that to get better at something takes practice and persistence- (read Mastery: The keys to success and long-term fulfillment by Aikido Master George Leonard) And if i love it,it is worth doing and doing well.
The Green Bookkeeper Tip #3 January 2010:
Tip#3 January- Deadline for issuing 1099s & W-2s is 01/31/10
Attention: Business Owners
The deadline for issuing 1099s & W-2s is January 31st
Quickbooks has a feature that enables you to print 1099s for all your independent contractors. I can work with you remotely, if need be, to set up this up.
Begin now to make sure you have included everyone in your list of professional consultants and independent contractors, so you will properly report everyone and ensure you receive the maximum deductions you have coming to you. If you haven’t done it already have your independent contractors fill out a W-9 Form, you will need this info to send them a 1099.
For more tips refer to my website at: www.thegreenbookkeeper.com
Love and prosperity in the New Year,