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Katherine McBeth|March 6, 2020

30 hilarious accountant memes to make you laugh this tax season

Are your clients making you want to tweet, “Some of you have never been an accountant during tax season, and it shows.” Just kidding. It’s tax season. You don’t have time to tweet! Every tax season is a new test to an accountant’s psyche. Will you make it through this year unscathed? Or will you find yourself […]

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Dorothy Chong|January 31, 2020

3 lessons from ‘Groundhog Day’ to help you manage your business

This year, Harold Ramis’s “Groundhog Day” turns 27 years young. In the almost three decades since its release, the movie has garnered a dedicated following. It’s even transcended genres. Entrepreneurs, motivational speakers, and religious leaders have shared their takeaways on the experience of protagonist Phil Connor, played by Bill Murray. If you’re looking to spark some […]

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Katherine McBeth|January 29, 2020

20 business, tech, and science podcast picks for 2020

If you’re hoping to expand your knowledge in 2020, there’s a podcast out there for you. Podcasters do all the research for you and deliver the must-know details in digestible episodes. You can learn about everything from the fall of the Mayan empire to the life hacks of people like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Here at […]

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Joseph Patterson|June 10, 2019

Calling all TSheetsPROs: Join us for Accountant Summer Love!

Picture the greatest love story of all time. Romeo and Juliet? Jack and Rose? Gatsby and Daisy? For us, it’s TSheets and our amazing TSheetsPROs!You might wonder why we’re showering our accounting partners with so much love. The truth is, our TSheetsPROs play a major role in our company’s success. From retention to referrals, our PROs have supported us […]

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Joseph Patterson|May 23, 2019

3 summer staycation ideas that won’t blow your budget

There’s nothing more nostalgic than summertime. It’s the season of play. Of popsicles by the pool and camping trips to favorite spots. For some, it’s the season of travel, whether that be road trips to national parks and family reunions or overseas destinations. Summer, at its core, is the season of adventure.But not everyone can […]

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Myranda Mondry|May 7, 2019

Mom-preneurs put in 100-hour weeks—and still feel stressed on Mother’s Day

We’re in the midst of National Small Business Week, and over the years, we’ve learned that business owners wake up way too early, work weekends, and don’t vacation nearly enough. But if you can believe it, there’s an even tougher job out there—a job that offers no financial or medical benefits, promotes a grueling work […]

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Joseph Patterson|April 11, 2019

How US workers dribbled away $12.1B in lost productivity during March Madness

More than a quarter of U.S. employees watched March Madness during work hours in 2019, according to a recent TSheets survey. The impact on business: a loss in productivity worth $12.1 billion.Here’s how we did the math.During the 2019 March Madness tournament, college players competed in 28 games that started during the workday — that’s […]

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Joseph Patterson|April 10, 2019

‘My cat is sick’ and 62 other fake excuses employees give to ditch work for March Madness

After 63 basketball games in the March Madness tournament, Virginia beat out Texas Tech in a dramatic overtime game to be crowned the 2019 NCAA champions.But to get to the final winner, college players competed in 28 games that started before 5 p.m. PT — for a total of 17 hours and 5 minutes of […]

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Joseph Patterson|March 22, 2019

Global survey reveals countries with the longest lunch breaks

Unlike in the United States where lunches are often microwaved and eaten quickly at our desks (or, even worse, in our cars), many parts of the world view the lunch break as a valuable part of the workday and a time to relax and re-energize. Calculating an employees lunch break is relivtely easy and was […]

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Joseph Patterson|March 18, 2019

March Madness fans say watching at work builds morale

Last year, TSheets by QuickBooks ran its first-ever March Madness survey and released some pretty startling stats. Among the 200 employees we surveyed, nearly half said they spend at least 30 minutes working on their brackets at work. Over a third said they watch the games at their desks, and 1 in 5 respondents fessed […]

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