Setting Up The Office by Ella McGhee
... New Office or Home Office
Paper Clips, Binder Clips, Paper Clip Holder
Pencils, Pencil Cup/Tray, Pencil Sharpener
Stapler, staple remover
Tape DispenserNew Office Only
If you don’t find all of the above at your desk, when time permits, find out how to obtain them or who can supply you with them. Also inquire about location of supply closet, heavy duty staplers, paper ...
Paying the Bills Truly CAN Be Painless by Rebecca Hanson
... Out came the ledger, the check-book, three sharpened pencils, a big rubber eraser, a black-ink pen and a large calculator. I would run for my bedroom when the confrontation began: "Why did you spend so much on this?" "You didn't write down how much check number 222 was for!" It seemed safer to hide in my room and blot out those sounds by listening to my radio. When I got married, my husband carried on the ritual of Paying the Bills. He performed his duties with an even scarier tactic - icy ...
An Accountant Supply List by Rebecca Game
... A few basic items for your effectively equipping your office, which are available at most any accountant supply or office supply store, are as follows: - Client tax guide organizers - Presentation materials and client folders - Accounting forms - Filing cabinet with file folders - Accounting reference materials - Telephone with headset - Desk top calculator and adding machine Some items that will be needed in your accountant supply cabinet can be purchased at an accountant supply or ...
Stationery Stores by Eddie Tobey
... Besides this, they also stock other stationery items like pens, pencils, erasers, calculators, staples and staplers, crayons, colors and markers, adhesives, tapes, math sets, craft and office scissors, chalks, bookmarks, stamps and stamp pads, glue sticks, paper clips and more. With the advent of computers, the stationery shops also stock computer related accessories like printer cartridges, floppy disks, CDs, computer paper and more. Frequently these stores also provide incidental ...
Stationery by Eddie Tobey
... Even non-paper products like pens, pencils, staples and staplers, crayons, markers, adhesives, tapes, file holders, math sets, craft and office scissors, chalks, bookmarks, stamps and stamp pads, glue sticks, memos and paper clips, stencil sets and calculators all fall under the umbrella of Stationery. By and large, the main ingredient in Stationery is the paper. To some extent, use of computers has reduced the consumption of paper and Stationery.
Organized for Success: Five Keys For Making Home-Work Work by Anita Paul
... Stop using that old-fashioned calculator and start using the one on your computer or PDA. Simple adjustments such as these can help you focus on the task at hand and avoid being distracted by time-wasting activities. Next, make staying organized an ongoing task. “When you start a new project, immediately make a new folder for it,” advises Filer. “If you prefer to go the electronic route as well, be sure your computer filing system reflects the one in your file cabinet.” And finally, at the ...
10 Easy Tips for Digging Out Your Desk Today by Eve Abbott
... In the second "bureau" drawer, keep a calculator, a tray for expenses, business cards, or stamps; all the things you use frequently. My Action Drawer Categories: Business, Finances, Clients, Networks, Product, and Personal. Your categories are for the files that you're into on a daily basis. Keeping Your Desk Clear 1. Don't let it land on your desk unless it's an action item. Keep an inbox for mail and a 'to be filed' sorter away from your desktop.