Do you know how long to keep records for? We recently confirmed this information for a client of ours and wanted to share. The length of time you should keep a document depends on the action, expense, or event which the document records. Generally, you must keep your records that support an item of income, deduction or credit shown on your tax return until the period of limitations for that tax return runs out. Here are the period of limitations. [click to continue reading…]
So frustrated with Windows 10! A new issue has appeared that is slowing me down. I have three monitors stacked in a triangle shape (photo 1). After a recent Microsoft update, it will no longer accept that layout, instead it reverts to all three spanned across (photo 2). This means the motions I have been using with my mouse to access each monitor now has to change. [click to continue reading…]
Despite the initial reviews, I hopped on the Windows 10 bandwagon immediately. My dreaded Windows 8 laptop kept telling me it was released but to still wait for notification on the download and that it may be a few days as Microsoft was releasing it in waves. I thought there has to be a faster way! I went to the Microsoft website, clicked on download Windows 10 and went to town upgrading both mine and my hubby’s laptops! I started in the morning and by end of day (included backing up computers). Had no issues installing, no errors, all drivers installed perfectly.
The next upgrade was my office computer. I had heard that multiple monitors (I have three) had issues with Windows 10. Not here, all worked perfectly (All Dell using HDMI, VGA and HDMI ports).
It’s been a couple weeks now and overall things are good, below are a few pros and cons I’ve noticed. [click to continue reading…]