Faim.org Review:

Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine - The Foundation for Alternative and Integrative Medicine (FAIM) searches the world for effective, nontoxic, and low-cost alternative medical therapies.

Country: North America, US, United States

City: 84606 Provo, Utah

  • Rebecca Haden - Just Enough Update

    We use QuickBooks for a small business and we have a CPA do our taxes, so we probably could do without upgrading every year. This year, it's worthwhile. The 2013 version has the same expanded interface that was introduced in 2012, keeping customer info visible as you work. It allows you to attach proposals, receipts, and other documents to invoices to help keep data together, and it makes it easy to upload data from spreadsheets. These additions allow you to integrate data more easily, and are a big help for a small business.

    Also helpful: batch invoicing. If you have a number of customers using the same services, you can send all their invoices at once, for a significant time savings.

    The other new features are a quicker way to reconcile your bank statements with QuickBooks and a new payment option with the Intuit Payment Network.

    The look of the interface is a bit different, but workflow is consistent, so there was no real learning curve. If QuickBooks is new to you, though, you'll like the video lessons and Guide Me feature.

    Installation could not be easier, and existing data is transferred automatically.

    As usual, it's a quality, user friendly product.

  • gdodge - transformer surpasses my tablet needs

    Great tablet. The battery life is outstanding, processing speed is faster than my old desktop. I use the tablet instead of my work laptop for traveling and its great.

  • Midnight "midnight" - Great glasses, and great price

    My wife and I just purchased a 60 inch Panasonic plasma tv. It has 3D capability, which was not that important to me. It was less important when I found out the Panasonic 3D glasses were $150.00 a piece! I saw these on Amazon. I read a lot of the reviews, and decided to take a chance. These glasses work perfectly. They are comfortable. They come with three different nose pieces, so comfort should not be an issue. You turn them on, and then press a button to search for your 3D signal, and voila! Searching for the Panasonic signal took less than 5 seconds. The best thing about these glasses is that they are rechargeable. The Panasonic glasses require you to replace a battery. We have only used these glasses twice, (2 hours) and charged them once using the supplied USB cable. Supposedly they last 30-50 hours. We'll see. 2 pairs, cost less than one Panasonic pair.

  • CupoJoe - Top notch reel!

    If you're old school and like the clicker reels look no further. Superbly machined reel that is better finished than some of my higher priced disc drag reels. How many times have you needed a disc drag anyway? Granted you can get a disc drag for not much more but this is such a nice, no frills reel that I'll gladly give up the disc drag (that I don't use) for this one. Most of the top notch machined clicker reels are double this price. From now on all my trout rods will sport these reels. Big game reels will still have the discs though. Long term use is still in question but I can't really see any thing that can go wrong but time and hard use will tell.