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Today Is Value-Pricing Sunday

OK, not exactly, but if there were such a designation, today would be the day. This is the Gospel read in all Roman Catholic Churches throughout the world. Matthew 20 The Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard 1 "For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out early in the morning […]
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Your Vote Needed–Best Timesheet Video

Below is a list of videos I found on youtube that are related to the timesheet with a link to a playlist I created if you want to view them consecutively. Please view them and let me know which is your favorite. Do your timesheet by joebeegnish – This would be funny if it were […]
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Don’t Let This Happen to You

As you can see I cannot find anything at snopes.com that debunks this so at this point I believe it to be true.
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Ed Kless Is Wrong

Once again, the self-proclaimed Defender of the Timesheet and Champion of the Dissenters, Greg Kyte, is at it again. This time he takes me on rather than Ron Baker of VeraSage. Dear Ron, Quite awhile ago, I sent the following letter to the Journal of Accountancy, but apparently they were too scared to print the […]
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On Timesheets and Cost Allocation

Earlier this week I received an email from friend of VeraSage, Kirk Bowman of Mighty Data, who, by the way, his given himself the great title of Visionary of Value in his email signature and on his business card. He writes: At the most recent meeting of our FileMaker Business Group this week, I got […]
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Here We Go Again!

More drivel from WebCPA! In an article entitled In search of lost time: Five ways CPAs can increase their billable hours – and their profitability, Brett Owens (who I am sure is a very nice person) states: The numbers tell the story and it all boils down to time management. If you bill for your […]
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Highlights from Issues List Management Session

On May 12, 2009, I presented a session at Sage’s annual partner conference, Insights. The session was entitled Issue List Management (or how to replace your time sheets with something that actually matters to your customers). First up are the slides from the session. Issues List Management View more presentations from ejkless. Next, here are […]
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Peter Drucker and Time Sheets

Recently, I have been plagued by people who claim Peter Drucker said, “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” First, let me say that I cannot find this as a direct quote of Drucker’s other than continuous and unsubstantiated citations in many articles, blog posts, and PowerPoint presentations all over the Internet. If […]
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