Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-26 15:37:46
ID: 52853
I wrote on another board about my CW who I think is sabotaging me. I'm in charge of getting together the paper files that our boss takes when we close a deal. Last month he sent me a picture from a closing. It was a document that belonged to an entirely different deal. At the time, I just chalked it up to my mistake. Well, we have a deal closing today. On Tuesday I took that file and went through the checklist of all necessary docs, and added the final one that had just come in. Last night before I left, I checked it one last time, since boss will be in before me today to pick it up. Something had been added - a doc from a file that closed four weeks ago. Once a file closes, I scan all docs into the e-file (that everyone has access to) and destroy the paper docs. So how did that get in there?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-26 15:27:23
ID: 52837
Yay! There's a work channel! Yesterday at work was not the greatest. My new student kept trying to escape the building, and he hit and scratched me a lot. I told his parents not to worry, that tomorrow will be better. I sure hope so!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-25 22:17:07
ID: 52847
Another rejection. Blah. I hate job hunting so much.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-25 02:11:21
ID: 52835
What?? I didn't know we had a work channel. Cool stuff. On the work front--I found a cool job that I *may* be actually qualified for. I plan to apply, but I am not optimistic. I haven't been having any luck.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-24 20:01:08
ID: 52823
Lady, what part of "He's a judge now." Makes you think he's still available to be your attorney? And no, a CPA is not the same thing as an attorney. *headdesk*
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-22 06:00:10
ID: 52788
Since this is the work channel, I have a question that has to do with work. For all my bookkeeper peeps out there, If you are managing "books" that have lots of errors that go back a decade, how do you clean up your QB file? Where TF do you even start? Or do you start with a "fresh set of books" and methodically bring stuff over?
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