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I very seldom write reviews, but thought it is important for any other small businesses out there to understand what they are purchasing. I purchased this software because it came with the Payroll included. I have been a Quickbooks user since 2005, with relatively little issues. I was aware prior to purchasing, that the Payroll included was for only one employee (as opposed to 3 as in years past). After some aggravation of Quickbooks crashing after install (3 times in a row), I tried to follow the steps to activate my payroll service. The tutorials online, don't seem to be updated for 2014, so after a few moments, calling Quickbooks directly seem to be the best option. Upon calling, I was told that now, in addition to purchasing the bundle, I have spend $2 per employee per month as the way they did Payroll before is no longer valid. Just upsetting to know you purchase something expecting to be "prepaid" as indicated just to be told that in-fact, there are still charges.
really helpful in the PAT, MATH and reading! The simulation of the actual DAT exam makes me more comfortable and familiar with the actual test. Greatly recommended!
There are four people in our family and one, constantly running HE top loading washing machine. We have a septic system, but the field lines for the washer run under our land. I thought I was doing a great job cleaning the washer weekly by pouring white vinegar and baking soda into the empty drum then setting the machine on the hot and heavy cotton cycle. I always leave the lid open when it's not being used to air the washer out. It never smell funky after several years of use and clothes were always clean. (Adding apple cider vinegar in the wash with your detergent works wonders on stinky men's yard/wood shop clothes, btw.)