There’s a Hole in My Sidewalk – A Biography In 5 Short Chapters

As we start a new year I thought it might be time to take a fresh approach to life and see if we can’t make this the best year we’ve had the privilege of living. I recently heard this really great story, so I’m going to take this month’s column to pass it on. The story comes from a poem by Portia Nelson and it was quoted in a book by Wayne Dyer which I read recently. The poem is presented as an autobiography in 5 short chapters. So without further ado, There’s a Hole in My Sidewalk — I I walk down the street.There is a deep hole in the sidewalk I fall in. I am lost…I Read More

Owner Is A Business/Operator Is A Vocation — Part 3

Part 3 Truckers Accounting We left off with one piece to the accounting puzzle left to solve and that was understanding the account types and why a particular type of account must always be one type of account. You cannot enter Income against an Expense account and you cannot enter an Expense against an Income account. These two types of entries require accounts that match them in order to work. This issue arises because an Expense is a negative value account and an Income account is a positive value account. So when you try to enter income (a refund for example) against an Expense to reverse Read More

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