A Little Thank-You Note
With the holiday season within the reach of our fingertips, we wanted to take a moment to look back at what we’ve accomplished this year — and to say “Thanks” to many who helped us in more ways than we can mention. We’ll take this opportunity to say, Thanks to all of our customers and readers! We feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with or assist you.
Blogging was something new for us at Sunburst, and to be honest it takes a tremendous amount of time and energy to find “new and relevant content”. There are a lot of QuickBooks bloggers out there and quite frankly we wondered what kind of interest there would be in yet another “QuickBooks related blog”.
We’d also like to thank the 217 members of our QuickBooks for Contractors Group on LinkedIn, many of whom are QuickBooks consultants.
To all of you, Happy Holidays!
Our regular blogging schedule will resume on Monday November 29th.
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