You probably track your business mileage. At least you should, or you could be paying more in taxes. The 2012 IRS mileage rate is 55.5¢ a mile: that means that you get to deduct 55.5¢ from your taxable income for every mile you drive for business. It’s gone up to 56.5¢ for 2013. Going to […]View Post
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Take Control Ebooks
These ebooks are fantastic: well-researched and easy to read. Mostly Mac and Apple topics, but plenty of titles for everyone. They even have Take Control of Thanksgiving Dinner! I always read the current Take Control of Upgrading book before I upgrade operating systems.
Ok, I’m not really a fan. But I do purchase domain names through GoDaddy. The prices are reasonable, the process is pretty straightforward, and I’m confident the company will last longer than my 5 year domain purchases.
I’m typing this on my new favorite gadget. It’s a Zagg keyboard, and it is connected to my iPhone via bluetooth. That’s right, a real keyboard for my phone. This one is light, about 3/4 the size of a standard keyboard, and has a nifty case which folds out into a stand to prop up […]View Post
I’ve talked about why it is important to track your time. The next question is how. I’ve moved from low tech to a high tech solution. When I first started out, I used a paper day planner. I bill in 15 minute increments, so I bought a planner that had one week on 2 pages, […]View Post