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Des nouveautés en perspective

Il s'est écoulé presque deux mois depuis le précédent post, pendant lesquels beaucoup de changements ont été apporté à ce blog.

Aujourd'hui la migration est presque terminée, et en guise d'aperçu je vous propose une capture d'écran de la nouvelle interface.

Celle-ci est sensiblement construite sur la précédente, mais de nombreuses améliorations ont été apportées. Ainsi, le blog sera bientôt plus clair et plus précis. L'ergonomie a été revue pour garantir une meilleur navigation. Enfin des améliorations dans l'organisation des contenus ont été ajoutés.

Lancement du nouveau site prévu début du mois de septembre, avec peut être encore d'ici là quelques petites surprises.

A bientôt !

Visual-evasion-blog

Publié le 21/08/2007


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    Jentek
    15 November

    Offering free, online creosus for educators in Maine is a fabulous idea. I stumbled upon this while on the site to look for current information offered by the MDOE regarding the Common Core State Standards. As an educator in Maine, I like to keep abreast of what is going on with standards and assessment so I can assure I am ready to meet the challenge of providing my students with a curriculum that leads to success. I am fortunate to work for a district that is currently providing master level creosus for their teachers and am fully engaged in that study at this time. As such I am not able to follow or participate in this pilot offering. I do hope it proves successful and that this opportunity will be available again next year. The course topics are interesting and relevent, the resources necessary to engage in the creosus are free and readily accessible, and the choice to either follow or participate will appeal to more learners and their individual needs, situations, or goals. Thank you to the Maine Department of Education for offering this resource to the educators of your state!Karen KeneborusAuburn School Department

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    Haley
    20 February

    We have a few foreign meebmrs. Most of them are exchange students or relatives of our meebmrs. We do have them coded as foreign citizens and they have not reported on our 1099-INT forms even though they HAVE received dividends. I do have one question. Would it be possible to create and file the 1042-S and 1042 summary page just like we do 1099-INT for us citizens with the 1096 summary page? Would this be programmable? Could we work with the vendor who prints the other yearly tax forms to produce? Would it be just like any other IRS form?

  • c'est bien article. merci beaucoup

    this mon article about breast up cream (pengencang payudara in Indonesie)


    and thi video

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