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Premier Urology Group - UrologyConsultants in Urology is a group of 14 urologists providing cutting edge, expert and compassionate urologic care in northern and central New Jersey. We have 75 convenient locations

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  • William Corsair - If You Like Rohr, You'll Like This.

    I've read most of Rohr's other books, have listened to many of his recordings (uh heh), I get his daily meditation, etc., so maybe I was expecting too much when I pre-ordered the book as a result of him touting it in August and September of 2016. I was expecting more detail on how/who came up with the concept of Trinity in the first place and how it has been deemed central-but-ineffable by the Church. Alas, it was not to be. I found the book interesting, but I really didn't learn anything that Rohr hadn't already said numerous times elsewhere.

  • Amazon Customer - QuickBooks Pro and Enhanced Payroll

    I have been a QuickBooks Pro and Enhanced Payroll (they changed the name to Enhanced Payroll several years ago) for years. I am a small business consultant and do books for several of my clients. I am also a professor of finance at a large university. Although QuickBooks has risen to become the "standard" in business accounting, I am questioning how long they can last at that high pinnacle. First, they stop supporting software after about 5 years even though users of their Payroll software must purchase updates annually. Second, if you are a follower of QuickBooks pricing, you will notice prices going up each year by $50 per year. QuickBooks recently sent me a letter offering me a "valued customer" discount of $499.00 for both QuickBooks and Enhanced Payroll software (you can buy both for about $299.00 on Amazon). Last year, I renewed my Enhanced Payroll subscription with Amazon for $195.99. This year the same renewal is $249.99 (much more if you allow QuickBooks to automatically renew your subscription -- they require a credit card number to proceed with your install). Third, when you get the software, you cannot load it and make it all work without help from QuickBooks phone support. I end up on the phone each year for at least and hour. In addition, the support is not from the US, so they don't usually understand what you need help with and you must be transferred several times. When you update QuickBooks Pro, there are other problems, such as formatting your old version files to the new version software. Files need to be corrected on your computer hard drive, with the help from support. That total software update call can last more than a couple of hours. Unfortunately, I have too much invested with QuickBooks to change now, but if you are starting out, you may want to investigate PeachTree, or some other competing software products before you get in too deep.

  • RAG IP - Suicide

    There is only one valuable lesson here. If you seriously aspire to function in the fighter pilot community, do not ever, ever, do something like this. Forget you saw it even.

  • Megan - All I need!

    I bought gloves to but I rather just stick with this product alone. It keeps your hands dry, very dry. You feel like you have more strength because you have a much better gripe. Try this first if you have sweaty hands.

  • W. Simons - Not quite as easy to learn and use as I thought.

    The hype included the simplicity of use. I try to send a check electronically like I can do from my online bank account and have not worked that out yet. You should be able to do it since the bank web page pops up for sign in. The program either forces my to write a hard copy of the check or simply record the check into the register. My new accountant could not readily do it, despite the fact that she is familiar with quickbooks (but she routinely prints out her checks).