DiceTV: How to Keep a Contractor’s Books in Order

If you’re thinking about contracting – or any kind of self-employment – you’d better think about setting up your books. Handling them goes with the territory. Watch the video, or  read our story.

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8 Responses to “DiceTV: How to Keep a Contractor’s Books in Order”

May 13, 2010 at 7:41 am, Andrew said:

Why is it that I get last Friday’s DiceTV in my Dice Advisor email rather than yesterday’s? If I am getting emails, it should have the most up to date information. Cat’s segment is much more useful than random news. Put my Dice Advisor back to DiceTV!

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May 13, 2010 at 7:41 am, Andrew said:

Why is it that I get last Friday’s DiceTV in my Dice Advisor email rather than yesterday’s? If I am getting emails, it should have the most up to date information. Cat’s segment is much more useful than random news. Put my Dice Advisor back to DiceTV!

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May 13, 2010 at 7:56 am, Mark Feffer said:

Hi Andrew –

Thanks for your note. We do include both of our weekly video segments in each Dice Advisor – sometimes Cat’s in the #1 spot and sometimes we go with the news roundup in the top spot, but you should be able to get to both right from your e-mail.

Thanks,

Mark

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May 13, 2010 at 7:56 am, Mark Feffer said:

Hi Andrew –

Thanks for your note. We do include both of our weekly video segments in each Dice Advisor – sometimes Cat’s in the #1 spot and sometimes we go with the news roundup in the top spot, but you should be able to get to both right from your e-mail.

Thanks,

Mark

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May 13, 2010 at 9:36 am, Chris said:

I think part of the problem Andrew was bringing up is the following: today’s Dice email included a link to Cat’s article from last week “DiceTV: Do You Really Want Them to Know Why You Like Jell-O?” rather than a link to the above article. So in that respect, the email isn’t as up to date as it could be.

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May 13, 2010 at 9:36 am, Chris said:

I think part of the problem Andrew was bringing up is the following: today’s Dice email included a link to Cat’s article from last week “DiceTV: Do You Really Want Them to Know Why You Like Jell-O?” rather than a link to the above article. So in that respect, the email isn’t as up to date as it could be.

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May 21, 2010 at 5:08 am, Michael Ososki said:

Cat offers useful information, and in an entertaining manner– great work, Cat!

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May 21, 2010 at 5:08 am, Michael Ososki said:

Cat offers useful information, and in an entertaining manner– great work, Cat!

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