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Newborn troubles

By Natalie C.

A friend of mine had a baby a few months back. Her bub was not settled and though the new parents were obtaining advice from friends and family, they had gone through 4 months of heavily broken sleep and frazzled nerves trying to get their newborn to breastfeed and sleep regularly. 718 more words

Scientology

Marc G. Nochimson & Friedman LLC: A Boon for Audit & Tax Planning Profession

Approved by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to work as a registered public accountant and tax preparer, Marc G. Nochimson has been practising from last three decades in this profession and has made a big name in the states of Maryland, New York, Delaware and New Jersey. 354 more words

Accounting

Earl Grey auditing

So I’ve been Christmas shopping. Yes it’s all done. Just wrapping and sending to go. As part of my final day of Christmas shopping today I had afternoon tea at the Waldorf ¬†Astoria Hotel in Edinburgh. 827 more words

Internal Auditing

Marc G. Nochimson and Friedman LLC, A Marvel in Auditing & Tax Planning

Marc G. Nochimson is an authenticated tax preparer and a public accountant certified by Internal Revenue Service (IRS). His main area of practising is on the east coast of United States of America, mostly New York, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. 349 more words

Accounting

MARC G. NOCHIMSON: CPA & an Asset of Friedman LLC

Marc G. Nochimson has dedicated more than three decades in practising CPA and has achieved a great experience in the fields such as tax processing, accounting and auditing management. 346 more words

Accounting

How to talk to clients

Or: A professional tutorial for the awkward.

I was reading a post by Elizabeth Esther some time ago in which she gives some great advice to a reader who is working on catching up to everyone else in knowing how to be socially normal.  1,273 more words

Life

Life is a mirror

By Lana M.

Our society stresses that thinking is a good thing and that thoughtfulness and consideration are more survival that impulsive decisions.

Western society invalidates a person who simply does something based on his inherent knowingness, as this is considered naive and to that degree, impromptu, unplanned, unsophisticated and unintelligent. 920 more words

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