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  1. Hi there! So I've shipped lots of mugs and smaller items so far, and hand-delivered dinnerware sets, but I've never shipped a dinnerware set. Need some help figuring out what pieces and how many of them will fit in what size box, and the best way to ship it (within USA). I have 6 11in dinnerware plates, 6 7in salad plates, and 6 30oz (2 pint) beer steins. It's kind of a funny mix of pieces to be mailing, so I need to figure out if flat rate USPS boxes are best or a different kind of Priority Mail box. What do you think? Suggestions for how to pack these items and what sizes of boxes to use? Thanks in advance!
  2. I am looking for an accountant to help me with business taxes, but I don't want to spend a crazy amount of money. I only make and sell pottery part time so my business is very small. I thought last year I could figure out how to do my own taxes. After all, I'm fairly intelligent and plenty of people seem to think it's no big deal. That was a fiasco! I really need some professional help (not just with the taxes after that mess). What is a reasonable price I should expect to pay to get the business ones done?
  3. Now that it's 2015, it's time to upgrade my way of doing business. I remember reading in one of the CAMs, one of the artists featured had found an accounting program which was more arts/crafts/art fair friendly than QuickBooks. Does anyone happen to know which one that was? I am truly tired of how intuitive QuickBooks is *not*! Dammit, Jim! I'm an artist, not an accountant! Thanks for the input.
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