What I find interesting is just how under estimated LinkedIn is. The more popular Facebook, Twitter, YouTube get all the hype and attention while this gold mine quietly sits and grows and grows. My guess is that because it is a professional networking site it doesn’t have the universal sex appeal of the others, but a savvy sales and marketing executive knows – or should know the power of LinkedIn.
Make sure you confirm that you really are the lucky winner because the next steps are crucial and that you cannot make any mistakes. The first thing you need to know is to locate the main lottery office in your state and schedule your time of visit. You might need to get a lawyer, accountant and bookkeeper as soon as possible.
How much will you charge me? Better to get a clear understanding of the billing before you see the final amount and faint. It’s important that you get a tax advisor who fits your budget.
Market research reveals that it is the first place HR checks when either looking for or vetting a candidate. Statistics reveal that the education and earning levels of members is one of the highest of all the social media properties, with the exception maybe of practice specific sites for lawyers, Accountants Soho and the like. Becoming successful is not a result of hard work and smarts alone, it often boils down to ‘not what you know, it is who you know’ and LinkedIn will help you get those valuable connections.
Audit Your Records: It makes sense that you pay an outside accountant to prepare your tax records and audit your current records. Thus you can shoot two birds with one stone. The advantage of having someone else who knows what they are doing look at your records is more than helpful.
That you must ask them before you make your own decisions. You need to live your own life. Asking for help is okay, but a good psychic does not want their clients to become dependent on them for every decision that comes along.
So these Manchester Accountants do know what they are talking about after all. We do need the bean counters! I guess that is why they call accounting the language of business. Do not get dumbstruck.