If you have a desktop or laptop computer, it’s most likely that it runs Windows. But there are alternatives…
Whether you’re an individual paying your bills manually or a business paying suppliers, it’s important to tell the recipient of your payment exactly why you’re paying them…
It’s amazing how many shortcuts there are available in Excel – you may not know they’re there. So here’s a few of my favourites… more to follow.
I needed to organise some data on a spreadsheet with a blank row between each existing row so that I could copy onto a template. I puzzled for a while and then came up with this simple solution.
Ever been called to a meeting with any of the following characteristics?
Anyone can use Microsoft Word, right? WRONG!!!
There’s nothing wrong with throwing together a quick one-page document in Word – that’s ideal for a letter. But once you venture into the realms of page 2, it’s not enough to ‘just type’.
This is your introduction to GR/IR – no we’re not sending GR/IR to Room 101!
Every ERP system will have its version of GR/IR, by which I mean a system to account for purchasing activity on an accruals basis. (Did you spot those keywords? That’s why, here at TSA, we love GR/IR… ok, just me then…)
When you use purchase ordering, you will have a process to recognise delivery (the goods receipt, or GR) and a process to record invoices (the invoice receipt, or IR). This helps the business ensure that invoices are not paid without a confirmation that the related goods have been received.
Not tremendously exciting, but useful if you want a simple calendar or planner pinned to your wall at work or at home.