Tips Tuesday

Here are excerpts from the most recent tips on SlawTips, the site that each week offers up useful advice, short and to the point, on technology, research and practice.


Have you ever forgotten the password on your router? Hate when that happens! But don’t fret it, with you have no worries. If you forget your router’s password and want to reconfigure it, you must reset it. Doing this will reset all settings to factory defaults, including the administrator password. Next, visit and enter your router’s make and model number…


Ask Questions
Shaunna Mireau

Sometimes the only way to answer a research question is by asking a bunch of people for their opinions.

An example: Canada Post is asking Canadians about the kind of postal service they will need in the future. An important question, especially for those of you who like getting books in the mail. This question is in response to a Conference Board of Canada report on the future of the postal service. The Conference Board is an excellent place to look to see if someone has already answered your big picture type question…


New (Tax) Year’s Resolutions
David Bilinsky & Garry Wise

With tax season either just behind us (or just ahead, depending on your filing date), it’s an ideal time of year to review all things accounting and financial at your firm. What’s your assessment – are your bookkeeping and accounting systems working for you and your practice? Could some basic financial planning make a difference in the year ahead? With tax-time 2014 – and the regulatory and financial well-being of our practices – in mind, here are a few questions we could benefit from pondering (and acting upon)…

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