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I found very little information that was helpful in this Dummies edition of QuickBooks 2012. While I can appreciate good humor this one went overboard. I had to really search for any info on charts of accounts or other pertinent topics that made any sense. The book appears to be a good advertisement for the product and not much more.
This product performs as advertised and was wonderful for testing my Geiger counter. The only drawback associated with this product is that constant NSA surveillance has slowed down my internet to the point where I can no longer play World of Warcraft.
This was the required text for a graduate level finance course that I took recently. Just a tip, if you need this text for a course that uses the 13th edition, there are only slight variations between the 12th and 13th. I found that most of the homework problems were the same with only a few exceptions. For the exceptions, the content of the problems was similar, just different numbers. I was able to get the correct numbers from a classmate.
I actually give this book a 3.5 stars. This book was a enjoyable read. The author paints a detailed world in which you can almost see it. The story moves along with plenty of detail regarding a soldier's life and expectations. The main character is definitely intriguing, tough, fair with an air of mystery. The only drawback is that the story has only one plotline. There wasn't any overlapping storylines with other main characters.I'm hoping that the next book has more of this. And I will definitely recommend this book to others.