I am sure you know that part of our services is to prepare payroll and tax submissions on behalf of clients. (Our fees are better than ADP and Paychex- and we go beyond simply providing you paychecks.). But, we also refuse to pay the taxes on behalf of our clients. A few of them are pretty annoyed- at first.
Continue reading In God We Trust. Everyone else…
I live on a block that has all of the residents parallel parking on an alley way. And, my next door neighbor obviously never learned how to park his car. Which means that my bumpers bear the scars of his efforts.
Continue reading What Would YOU Do?
When I was about to receive my undergraduate degree, my advisor leaned on me. He wanted me to interview for jobs. Oh, sure, he knew I was going to grad school. But, he wanted me to take the interviews for a few reasons.
Continue reading So, what are you going to do?
Two blocks from Washington Square Park. Walking down Thompson. Turn left. Two buildings down. 147 Bleeker Street. Definitely NOT bleak.
Continue reading The Bitter End
Two score and two years ago. Yes, it was that important that I can invoke the memory of the Gettysburg Address, one of the finest speeches ever made. I met Sam 42 years ago. He was a young man then (and I was a kid).
Continue reading The Ides of March- plus 2
Yesterday, I spoke about my trip to New York City for an art exhibition.
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Those of you who have visited my home (for Shabat dinner? for a holiday party?) or just read my blog routinely know that I LOVE art. My home is replete with paintings, drawings, sculptures, and crafts. Dali, Max, Erte, Agam, Egbi, Imber are among the many different artist’s compositions hanging on my walls, in cabinets, or on the floor.
Continue reading Art on Paper