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postheadericon How to Create and Send Invoices via Expensify

How to Create and Send Invoices via Expensify

Two Parts:Creating InvoicesSending InvoicesCommunity Q&A Apart from creating expenses and generating reports, Expensify also lets you create and send invoices to help you get paid faster. You don’t need to download any additional software or create a separate account to make your invoices because you can do it all within Expensify. Using the invoice feature is very quick and easy. Part 1 Creating Invoices 1 Go to Expensify. Create a new tab on your web browser and visit the Expensify website at https://www.expensify.com. 2 Log in. Enter your account details…

postheadericon How to Create an Apartment Fit for a Professional

How to Create an Apartment Fit for a Professional

Many professionals choose apartment living over home ownership. The flexibility that renting provides is a perfect solution for professionals in dynamic careers. Access to transit services is close by or you can find properties right downtown! And who needs the added stress of property taxes, building maintenance and bill after bill after bill when renting is so simple? Apartment living is clearly a great choice, but how do you turn those eggshell-white walls into a comfortable home to match your professional lifestyle? It’s not as hard as you might think!…

postheadericon How to Create an Account in GnuCash

How to Create an Account in GnuCash

GnuCash is an open source software that works much the same as Quicken and other financial software, however its price tag can’t be beat!! It’s free!! Read this article to learn how to set up a new account. 1 Click on File >> New File. This will bring you to the Hierarchy Setup dialog screen. 2 Click Forward. This takes you to the screen that you choose the currency. Select the appropriate type. Click Forward again. 3 Choose the types of accounts to create. Pick as many as you think…

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How to Create a Money Graph

A money graph is a visual representation of how much money you spend and what you spend it on. Whether you’re budgeting for your family or for a Fortune 500 company, this information is vital for planning. It can be helpful with investor relations. You can spend a surprising amount on bookkeeping programs that include money graphs among their functions, or you can create effective money graphs with Microsoft Word and other basic productivity programs. 1 Open a new document in your program. In most cases, you do that by…

postheadericon How to Create an Account on Zazzle.Com

How to Create an Account on Zazzle.Com

If you like to create graphics, or shoot some nice images, and want to share them with others, while, perhaps, earning a little money, Zazzle.Com is just the thing for you. This article will teach you how to create your account to get you on your way. 1 On the very upper right hand corner of the page, click on the ‘Sign in’ button. This is whether or not you already have an account. 2 Click on the ‘Sign Up’ button and then fill out the info. All you need…

postheadericon How to Appeal Property Taxes

How to Appeal Property Taxes

Four Parts:Deciding Whether to AppealAssessing the Value of Your PropertyAppealing an Assessment on Your OwnSeeking Professional AssistanceCommunity Q&A Savvy owners need to inspect their property tax bills carefully to be certain that they are accurate. Assessments can be appealed for two reasons: the assessment included flawed information or a review of comparable properties indicates that the assessment was too high. The process of appeal can be long and expensive, costing more than you are liable to earn back. Do careful research to determine if you have a strong enough case…

postheadericon How to Create a Marketing Calendar

How to Create a Marketing Calendar

Three Parts:Understanding the Purpose of a Marketing CalendarPlanning and Preparing a Marketing CalendarDesigning your Marketing Calendar with Google CalendarCommunity Q&A A marketing calendar is a document that maps out the dates when marketing tasks will be performed. You want your marketing events to be as successful as possible, and a well-designed marketing calendar will help ensure your business or company employs an effective marketing campaign year-round. In addition to teaching you about the purpose of this essential business tool, this article will help you plan and design your marketing calendar….

postheadericon How to Create a Marketing Plan

How to Create a Marketing Plan

Four Parts:Conducting a Situation AnalysisResearching Your Strengths and WeaknessesBrainstorming Your Marketing PlanWriting Your Marketing PlanCommunity Q&A A marketing plan is a plan that outlines your full marketing strategy for the coming year. It will include who you are marketing to, how you will market to them, and the strategies you will use to connect with customers and attract sales. The goal of the marketing plan is to outline how you will present your products and services to your target market. Part 1 Conducting a Situation Analysis 1 Consider your company’s…

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How to Appeal a Summary Judgment

Seven Parts:Sample Notice of AppealDeciding Whether to AppealFiling a Notice of AppealPreparing the Record for AppealDrafting the AppealArguing Your AppealTaking Next StepsCommunity Q&A Summary judgment is the process by which litigants can end cases before going to trial. If you can show that the important facts in the case are undisputed and that those facts are in your favor, the judge can decide the case on the basis of a Motion for Summary Judgment. If summary judgment is granted on all causes of action, then the case is over. If…

postheadericon How to Appeal a Speeding Ticket

How to Appeal a Speeding Ticket

Two Parts:Talking Your Way out of a TicketAppealing a Speeding TicketCommunity Q&A A speeding ticket results in a fine, along with higher insurance premiums in some cases. It is in your best interest to try to get out of a ticket. Sometimes you can convince a police officer not to issue a ticket shortly after you were stopped. In other situations, you will have to go to court and fight the ticket as part of a trial. Part 1 Talking Your Way out of a Ticket 1 Be polite. The…