Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb Irvine Tax Preparation Accountant Announces ‘The Top Accounting Strategies For New Businesses’ 1 / 1 Back to Gallery All businesses run on creative ideas, energy and finances and too often, new business owners put good accounting practices on the back burner when they are focusing the creative processes. Robert Borish, CPA and tax preparer in Irvine said, “It’s important for new business owners to take the time to establish accounting practices and strategies that are easy to manage in the beginning and that will grow with the business.” PASO ROBLES, Calif. (PRWEB) December 06, 2019 All businesses run on creative ideas, energy and finances and … [Read more...] about Irvine Tax Preparation Accountant Announces ‘The Top Accounting Strategies For New Businesses’
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Not far from the airport in Austin, Texas, is an old dairy farm that is being repurposed into a technology campus. Sridhar Vembu-led Zoho Corp, a Software as a Service company based out of Chennai, is building an office complex on 375 acres southeast of the town, in what could be a symbol of expanding Indian technology footprint in the West, particularly in the United States. As towns go, Austin is an alluring mix. Its throbbing college scene rolls on without a bump into quaint tourism, with the occasional laidback Texan strolling by colourful shopfronts overflowing with quirky gifts. In a place known to support local businesses — its tagline ‘Keep Austin Weird’ is written on public walls and digital posters – large technology companies are scrambling to set up work bases, and Indian companies are just beginning to spot the advantage of moving in. “Austin gives the vibe Bay Area did in the 1990s, or maybe the 1980s,” Zoho’s chief evangelist … [Read more...] about Indian tech firms are looking beyond traditional hubs to set up shop in US
A big concern in personality psychology today is how to integrate the different components of the person into a unified theory. Older approaches have tended to focus on understanding particular components rather than the whole person. Trait theories for example have focused on describing relatively stable characteristics of a person such as how they typically think, feel and behave. Theories focusing on personal values on the other hand stress the guiding principles that influence what goals a person regards as important to strive for in life. Recent theories have attempted to understand how both traits and values fit into a broader model of personality, and hence have looked at how particular traits, e.g. those in the Big Five, are related to particular values. An even more ambitious approach to personality called Life History Theory (that I discussed in a previous post) is based on the notion that a whole range of human characteristics, including personality traits, intelligence, … [Read more...] about Do Personality Traits and Values Form a Coherent Whole?
In a previous post, I discussed a number of differences concerning the relationship between personality and objective measures of intelligence compared to how lay people perceive this relationship. In particular, I noted that the personality trait of agreeableness is unrelated to performance on intelligence tests, yet there are some indications that lay people tend to associate high agreeableness with lower intelligence, even though agreeableness is a socially valued characteristic. The reasons for this are not well understood. However, although there are important advantages to agreeableness, high agreeableness may also be associated with a number of costs, such as in regards to career advancement. Additionally, a recent study found that highly agreeable people are prone to choking under pressure. Perhaps there are some ways in which being too agreeable might lead to behavior that could be regarded as less intelligent. There is something puzzling about the relationship between … [Read more...] about When Being Nice Gets in the Way of Being Smart
Nokia recently added another smartphone to its portfolio. The Nokia 2.3 is the latest addition to the company’s entry-level lineup. The Nokia 2.3 comes in as a budget Android One handset that costs 109 Euros (Approx. Rs 8,700) with a few improvements over its predecessor.The Nokia 2.3 boasts a minimalistic design made out of polymer. The handset gets a dewdrop notch on the front with sizeable bezels on all sides. For the display, Nokia has opted for a 6.2-inch HD+ (720p) LCD panel, which is standard at this price.In terms of performance, the Nokia 2.3 packs a MediaTek Helio A22 chipset paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The phone is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery, which Nokia claims can deliver up to two days of battery life. Additionally, the Nokia 2.3 gets 5W charging support. On the connectivity side, the 2.3 features Bluetooth 5.0, micro USB, dual SIM, a headphone jack, and Wi-Fi 802.11n.Close For optics, the Nokia 2.3 gets a dual rear camera setup with a … [Read more...] about Nokia launches entry-level Android One handset with dual cameras and 4,000 mAh battery
Source: Francesco/Flickr Imagine a sad plant, yellow and wilting. You water it, and it perks up a bit. But it's still yellow. Someone suggests that you add nitrogen. So you do. And the plant greens up over the next few days. Now, with the "before" and "after" images in your mind, how does your life feel to you at the moment? Is it more like the droopy yellow plant? Or more like the perky green plant? It’s drooping a little, isn’t it? What if I told you that all you need is a nutrient or two, and you'll perk right up? Sounds good right? But let’s slow down a moment, because, unfortunately, it could get a little tricky. It won’t be as easy as simply adding nitrogen. We’re not talking about metabolic nutrients. I won’t be recommending drugs or dietary supplements. Instead we’ll be talking about fundamental human needs. The idea is this: if we can get our hands on a definitive list of things human beings need in order … [Read more...] about What’s Missing?