Business By Tom Yamachika / Tax Foundation of Hawaii | Monday, June 10, 2019, 12:05 a.m. Share this story The Hawaii State Tax Watch Doggie’s son has come home from school, and today he has a few more questions than usual. Q. Dad! What’s a general ledger? ADVERTISING A. Grrr…I’m trying to write an article here. Why don’t you ask Mom? Q. She just chased me out of the kitchen. A. Oh? OK then. Hmm … lots of businesses and organizations keep track of their finances using an accounting system. The system keeps track of money that is received or paid and breaks it up into categories. For example, if your school used $20 in cash to buy pencils for your classroom, the system would record on the general ledger a “debit” to classroom supplies for $20 and a “credit” to cash of $20. Q. Why do you count the $20 twice? A. Once is to keep track of how much money you have, and the other is to keep track of what … [Read more...] about Tax Foundation of Hawaii: DOE, fork over that general ledger!
Posting journal entries to general ledger
Backlog is delaying processing of applications and renewal Chris McGinnis Published 5:26 pm PDT, Thursday, May 30, 2019 Customs and Border Protection is urging Global Entry members to renew expiring memberships as early as possible. Customs and Border Protection is urging Global Entry members to renew expiring memberships as early as possible. Photo: Customs And Border Protection Photo: Customs And Border Protection Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Customs and Border Protection is urging Global Entry members to renew expiring memberships as early as possible. Customs and Border Protection is urging Global Entry members to renew expiring memberships as early as possible. Photo: Customs And Border Protection … [Read more...] about Worried waiting for your Global Entry to renew?
“I can’t stop what has begun.” Those are the chilling words in the final entry in the online journal believed to be that of Sol Pais, the Florida teen who became the subject of a massive manhunt after traveling to Colorado and buying a weapon just days before the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School tragedy. Officials say the 18-year-old, who was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on Wednesday morning near the Echo Lake Lodge at the base of Mount Evans in Clear Creek County, was reportedly obsessed with the 1999 Columbine High School massacre and kept a dark journal where she drew pictures of machine guns and described feeling dead inside and lost in the world. Pais’ final hand-written note is dated March 30, 2019, less than three weeks before she reportedly traveled from Florida to Denver and made threats against Columbine High School. It contains the lyrics from the song “Sunspots” by ’90s industrial band Nine Inch Nails. … [Read more...] about Inside the chilling journal entries of Columbine-obsessed teen Sol Pais
Christopher McCallum was trying to break up a fight outside a Quincy American Legion post over the weekend when he suffered what would prove to be a fatal head injury, according to his family.McCallum, a 44-year-old Bridgewater father of three, was remembered as a “quintessential good guy” in a GoFundMe post set up to assist his family with long-term needs.“Chris worked tirelessly to provide for his family and the void he leaves today and forever is immense,” the page reads. “Chris was the quintessential good guy, passionately willing to help anyone in need whenever possible.”McCallum, of Bridgewater, was at the Nickerson Post at 20 Moon Island Road Saturday night. He was there with his twin brother, Billy, to see a Clash cover band, according to The Boston Globe.A large fight apparently broke out outside the post around 1 a.m. Sunday.Authorities arrived to find McCallum unconscious and bleeding, according to the office of Norfolk District Attorney … [Read more...] about Christopher McCallum, fatally injured outside Quincy American Legion post, was trying to break up a fight, family says
Updated 11:46 am CST, Sunday, January 6, 2019 Prosecutors of the Guatemalan Attorney General's office take position inside the La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City, late Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019. The Guatemalan government banned the entry of Yilen Osorio, an official of the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) and keeps it in the facilities of the La Aurora International Airport, despite the fact that the Constitutional Court ordered that they be granted visas and access to the members of the organism. less Prosecutors of the Guatemalan Attorney General's office take position inside the La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City, late Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019. The Guatemalan government banned the entry of ... more Photo: Santiago Billy, AP Photo: Santiago … [Read more...] about Guatemala bars entry to UN-sponsored corruption investigator