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So we just got off the phone with the dentist and I want to share this story with you briefly she's getting ready to go on vacation and literally said to us I kind of wish I could take my dental practice with me and we laughed about that for just a minute but then we said you can let's talk about that dental accounting firms today that are built from scratch just for dentist have a unique advantage they can use technology that's designed for you instead of having systems and processes that you have to fit into let me give you an example so if you had a phone a smart device with a host of applications it's going to begin with QuickBooks Online a very secure environment allowing you to trade information with your trusted advisors in real time now you have a host of other applications that you kind of snap on all of them impacting your dental practice in different ways you have a payroll app connected to your bookkeeping you have receipt bank very cool application lets you take pictures of your business expenses and uses artificial intelligence to understand how to categorize those and talk to your software in real time now if you have a banking app a communications application and if your CPA has a portal that's also secure it allows you to trade tax documents online through your phone believe it or not and so those are just examples of how technology equals speed and speed in the dental practice equals efficiency and so now you have monthly reconciliation the ability to aggregate this data in real time that means proactive advice to you instead of looking in the rearview mirror because your data is currently only reconciled quarterly for example so you haven't put your CPA to the test I would strongly encourage you to look into what a dental CPA might mean it could mean all the difference good luck

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How is it that when you fill out a form, "Asian" is somehow listed as one race?
It’s worse than that: on most forms that have only a few options (Joseph Boyle is right that the US Census now gets more specific), Asians-and-Pacific-Islanders is all one group. That means from the Maori through Indonesia and Polynesia, then Vietnam, straight up past Mongolia, and east out to Japan and west right out past India — all one “race”. Why?Because racism, that’s why.To be specific, because historically in the US the only racial difference that counted was white/black — that is, white and and not-white. For centuries that was how distinctions of race and (implied) class were made. There were quite a few court cases where light-skinned Japanese (etc) petitioned to be declared white — they usually weren’t — and where dark-skinned South Asians (etc) petitioned to be declared non-black — which sometimes worked. In fact, it worked so well that some American Blacks donned turbans and comic-opera inaccurate “Eastern” garb to perform more widely as an “Indian” musician than they’d ever be allowed to do in their original identity.So in the 1800s, there was white and Black. Period. Well, ok, and Native Americans, but to the people that mattered, they hardly counted (and were all dead, anyhow, right?). As colonialism and rising globalization brought more and more people who were neither white nor black to North America, there became an increasing dilemma about how to classify this cacophonous mob of confusing non-white people.Eventually the terms “Arab” and “Asian” came to be widely used, and some classifiers (see also Why is "Caucasian" a term used to label white people of European descent? ) also separated Pacific islander from the general morass of “Asian”. But in general, everyone from the Mysteeeeerious East was just called one thing, unless you felt you needed to specify a country.So, like I said: racism. And a racist tendency to dismiss as unimportant distinctions between different groups of “unimportant” people.
Is there a way to upload a publication list to LinkedIn without filling out the form for each publication?
Rather than asking us in an abstract way, if you could provide us a sample of a list and tell us the outcome you're seeking, perhaps we could come up with alternatives ... ("No" is so boring ... and could be wasteful if we're not sure of what outcome you're seeking...)
Is it necessary to fill out the admission form once again for the 2nd merit list?
Not needed to fill any more forms.You must have filled the form asking your choice of college in preference order. That should be enough. When you get admission in the first list according to the order your preference then take admission in that college.If you are not happy with the college still you must take admission and then opt for the second round of admission. Then again in the second list you may get a better choice of college as per your preference if the cut off drops. Withdraw from the first college and take in the second college.Not more than 2 choices are allowed.This I am writing to the best of my knowledge. You please confirm the process with other students too and read up website.
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