Yeah, and population density certainly has nothing to do with it.
Given that Japan has a population density of 337.1 per sq. km, and the United States has 34.2 per sq. km, maybe when the U.S. has a population of 3.2 billion we'll start to see some maglevs here, too.
How is this news? We've all known about this for a very long time.
As a current iProvo fiber user, I can't wait to welcome my new Google overlords.
I disagree. As long as your books are kept correctly, the accountant only needs three things:
1) Profit and Loss
2) Balance Sheet
3) Depreciation Schedule
Gnucash does all of those. Print them out. Hand it to your account. And you're done.
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