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  • Meimnot - Perfect gift for a man who has everything

    I received this item at a discount in exchange for an honest review. My boyfriend always complained he could never keep his beard even on both sides. I saw this and had to get it for him. He was extremely excited about it, he didn't think anyone actually made these. The item shipped quickly with amazon prime. Came in a small handy box, perfect to keep for storing it. It's very easy to use. Makes keeping your beard even on both sides a breeze. It's also flexible but not at all flimsy. Feels like it will hold up for a long time. I would recommend purchasing this item for yourself or for a significant other. It's definitely one of those items you don't think you need but you do.

  • jackson - Unprofessional Time and Billing

    We purchased the Premier Professional Services version not only for the business accounting part of the program but more importantly, for the ability to integrate legal services time and billing into one seamless package. The program has taken a standard inventory and services billing program and tweaked it a bit to make it "professional services" ready. The lack of ability to revise the billing and invoice forms and parts of the program to make them act and look like professional services invoicing makes that aspect of the program unusable, unless you don't mind them looking like an invoice from a widget manufacturer created by a third grader. Also, having to retain a QuickBooks pro to figure out and set up client, billing professional and rate structures makes the program expensive. If you are concerned about ease, appearance and flexibility in legal invoicing, skip this program, buy a less expensive business accounting version and go elsewhere for time and billing.