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Reinventing archival methods: Continuing the conversation

A collection of articles and short contributions from The Recordkeeping Roundtable, our friends and colleagues, on the theme of archival reinvention.

Introduction by Kate Cumming, Cassie  Findlay, Anne Picot and Barbara Reed… 257 more words

Introduction

Kate Cumming, Cassie Findlay, Anne Picot and Barbara Reed

When we started the Recordkeeping Roundtable at the start of 2011 [i] our aim was to start new conversations in, across, and especially, outside of the recordkeeping profession. 2,859 more words

Reinventing access

Barbara Reed

In 1989 David Bearman threw virtual bombs at the practices of the archival profession. In Australia we responded to the emerging issues of digital recordkeeping influenced by Bearman’s challenging analysis. 5,042 more words

FIVE BASIC TAX TIPS FOR NEW BUSINESSES

If you start a business, one key to success is to know about your Federal tax obligations. You may need to know not only about income taxes but also about payroll taxes. 436 more words

Successful Business

Document Business Travel Expenses

Regardless of whether one is self employed seeking a business deduction or an employee seeking reimbursement for travel expenses, it is paramount to properly and consistently document business travel expenses.  186 more words

Tax

GETTING AROUND IN THE NEW QUICKBOOKS ONLINE VERSION

Here are four quick tips on finding your way around the new QuickBooks.

 1. Click Create (+) at the top of the page to enter pretty much any transaction — including invoices, sales receipts, expenses, and bank deposits. 73 more words

Small Business

QUICKBOOKS REPORTS THAT YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD RUN REGULARLY

You send invoices because you sold products and/or services. Purchase orders go out when you’re running low on inventory, and there are always bills to pay, it seems like. 746 more words

Successful Business