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Billing for Time in QuickBooks: An Overview

If you sell your employees’ time and skills, you can use QuickBooks to record those hours and bill your customers for them.

If your small business sells products, you know how precisely you must track your starting stock numbers, ongoing inventory levels, and your reorder points. 672 more words


Protecting your records in a disaster

With yet another storm warning bearing down on Queenslanders, many of us will be reminded of the Queensland floods and cyclones that hit in 2010-2011, and then again early 2013. 319 more words

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Structure of the GRDS

Following on from our previous blog – Expanding the GRDS – we’re asking if it would be easier for your business if we did away with functions and only had activities that could be used under any function? 593 more words

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Caution: Electronic Medical Recording has accuracy and reliability pitfalls physicians should avoid

Electronic medical records (“EMR”) might make it easier to see more patients and spend more time caring for patients, but there are inherent risks in technology and human error that can hurt physicians in lawsuits. 608 more words

Healthcare The The Law

What records do I need to keep?

We recognise that a lot of our customers struggle with putting the requirements of the Public Records Act 2002 into practice. We think that the most challenging part is actually working out what a record is in the first place! 333 more words

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Recordkeeping survey

It’s that time again when QSA conducts a biennial recordkeeping survey of Queensland public authorities. It doesn’t seem that long since we did the last one! 445 more words

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Decentralised and inviolate: the blockchain and its uses for digital archives

By Cassie Findlay

In the flow of information all around us – in businesses, governments, personal spaces, in the physical and online world, there is information that we want to fix at a point in time and give it an identifier that we know we can use to find it again. 1,836 more words