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about Vodafone!

Let’s set up a call and see how inDinero can help. Does today at
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Understanding Your 10 Most Valuable Inventory Metrics

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Understanding Your 10 Most Valuable Inventory Metrics

By Megan Lierley, Aug 11, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Metrics equal money. This goes beyond ad impressions, website clicks, and form fills. In order to make the best decisions that impact your retail business’ bottom line, you need the ability to derive actionable insights from a full scope of business data. The first step to leveraging this data is understanding the key metrics that inform it.

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The Price You Pay When You Choose the Wrong Business Tools

By Alexa Lemzy, Aug 9, 2016 11:30:00 AM

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Re: inDinero <> Vodafone

Hey Jon, I know emails can pile up so I wanted to follow up on my previous
email. When would you have 15 minutes to chat about streamlining your
accounting/bookkeeping and taxes?

Would love to hear from you when you have a minute.

*Rocky Pedden*
Finance Consultant
503-594-4331

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On Mon, Aug 15, 2016 at 8:11 AM, Rocky Pedden
wrote:

> Hey Jon, it’s good to meet you. I’m looking forward to learning more
> about Vodafone!
>
> Let’s set up a call and see how inDinero can help. Does today at
> 1pm or tomorrow at 10am PST work for you?
>
> *Rocky Pedden*
> Finance Consultant
> 503-594-4331

Re: inDinero <> Vodafone

Hey Jon,

Did you still want to look into using inDinero for your accounting and tax
needs? I am available today at 3pm or tomorrow at 11am PST to chat. Would
one of those days work for you?

best,
Rocky
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*Rocky Pedden*
Finance Consultant
503-594-4331

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Your Bottom Line Starts Here

On Wed, Aug 17, 2016 at 3:15 PM, Rocky Pedden
wrote:

> Hey Jon, I know emails can pile up so I wanted to follow up on my previous
> email. When would you have 15 minutes to chat about streamlining your
> accounting/bookkeeping and taxes?
>
> Would love to hear from you when you have a minute.
>
>
> *Rocky Pedden*
> Finance Consultant
> 503-594-4331
>
>> Hey Jon, it’s good to meet you. I’m looking forward to learning more
>> about Vodafone!
>>
>> Let’s set up a call and see how inDinero can help. Does today at
>> 1pm or tomorrow at 10am PST work for you?
>>
>> *Rocky Pedden*
>> Finance Consultant
>> 503-594-4331

The Best Startup Strategy: Opportunity Costs of Outsourcing vs. DIY

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The Best Startup Strategy: Opportunity Costs of Outsourcing vs. DIY

By Samantha Black, Aug 17, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Starting your own company in a world where new businesses pop up around every corner is certainly not an easy thing to do. You have to be unique; you have to be innovative; you have to know exactly what your audience wants; you have to know the exact time of year when they are most likely to contact you_ The list of things you have to know seems to be endless. Therefore, saying that becoming a fully-fledged business from a small startup is an astonishingly difficult task would be an understatement.

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What is a 1099 form? 8 Types Business Owners Should Know

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What is a 1099 form? 8 Types Business Owners Should Know

By Guy Ben-Simhon, Aug 25, 2016 2:30:00 PM

If you or your business made or received a payment during the calendar year as a small business entity or self-employed individual, you are required to file an information return to the IRS. A 1099 form is what you’ll use to communicate that income information to tax authorities and submit to your contractors so they can do the same. While you may be most familiar with Form 1099-MISC, there are actually other types of 1099s and each one has a different purpose.

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