Monday, June 13, 2011

Abacus Accounting & Tax Service...

...is located near downtown Ocala. I think, however, I'd find an accounting and tax service that used computers. I mean, using an abacus is OK, but rather old technology; don't you think? ;-)

15 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Well... What's an abacus?

Re. your comment on the duck's landing: there are 2 ducks landing depicted on the curtain!

brattcat said...

I'd find it reassuring to know my accountant had options, especially ancient ones.

Cezar and Léia said...

In the way of composition, their sign is clean and nice!Abacus is a cool name but old fashion! LOL
Léia

Charlotte said...

Hahaha Yes, very old-fashioned. But coolt-:) Sometimes I'd like to go back to the good old days - before personal computers and printers were introduced. My life would have been so much easier -:)
Anyway - It's a beautiful sign... I like it.

The news station you refered to is banned in my home. We blocked them for the very same reasons you described.
I hope the old warrior will return to his premisses by tomorrow. I think he will. He sounded in a good mood when I spoke to him last night.
I hope you are enjoying your day! The sun is probably shining ... Here it's raining, but I like the sound of the rain.

Have a wonderful afternoon!

Sharon said...

It is a rather old fashioned way of computing taxes. On one of my visits to London, I went into a book store that used an abacus to total up your purchase. I think they tourists bought books there just so they could see them total up a purchase.

Rambling Round said...

I learned how to count on a toy abacus.

Kate said...

What a clever name for this agency. There should be an abacus as part of the sign...go tell them Jacob!

uncertainhorizon said...

lol, that would be hilarous.

Lois said...

I could never quite get the hang of using an abacus myself.

JM said...

LOL! Well, at least you don't need an antivirus! :-)

Randy said...

Less taxes more photos. That's my motto!

magiceye said...

calculating risk?!

Amin said...

Interesting,,,I have not any idea...

EG Wow said...

Ha! One of my first questions to them would be how familiar are they with the most up-to-date tax laws.

Lisa Wilson said...

How funny! That would take forever to figure taxes.

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