Richard Oppenheim CPA

Richard Oppenheim CPA

Thanking LapLink for Another Laptop Transition

My new laptop arrived with Win 7 already installed and little else. My old, slow, error prone laptop had the programs and data files that I had been relying on for more than three years. Choices for me were to reinstall everything, manually copy all the data and then create the file links and options for each program. The data total was just over 50GB.
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Scan and Organize for Good Effect

The most significant reason to use a scan-and-organize application is to make operations become more effective. “Effective” relates to the total benefits received exceeding the cost of the system and its support. Anything that creates less revenue and more cost should not be considered. The good news is that many CPA firms have already discovered significant benefits by using systems that convert paper to digital data.
 
Information is forever expanding and there are more documents, more regulatory schedules, perhaps multiple W-2s, income from a number of employers and so on. This rising tide of paper is pushing up against the availability of people to do the work of collecting, sorting and filing. CPAs, both partners and staff, have a growing desire to maintain a quality of life. Performing clerical activities like manually making copies or storing documents wastes high salaried individuals’ time. It increases rather decreases firm operating costs.

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The Pen Is Making a Comeback

Is it possible that CPA could ever stand for Creative Professional Artists? With the introduction of Tablet computing over the next 12 months from lots of manufacturers, you may want to first consider sketch pads from Genius (www.geniustablet.com). Sketch pads can provide support for original art work, annotating pictures and documents, drawing flow charts, computer installation diagrams and a lot more.
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