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What year end and a new baby have in common

11/10/2016 at 11:40 am by

So . . . it’s been awhile, huh? Yeah, I guess I’ve been lax about pumping out blog posts . . . Or perhaps I’ve had other things on my mind? Either way, I’m back in the saddle again and ready to share what’s going on!

A few weeks ago my wife gave birth to our first child – and so far we like her and she seems to like us, and Gus (our dog) seems to LOVE her. So I think we’ll probably keep her around for a while.

All the while leading up to her birth, I really wasn’t worried. I figured (correctly, by the way) that there were very qualified, experienced, and capable people to help us so she would be born safely. You know what I WAS worried about? I was concerned that those same capable, qualified people were going to send the two of us off into the world with a newborn knowing nothing about what the heck we were supposed to do, and with the only advice of “You will just figure it out.”

As we barrel toward January, I bet some of you are in a similar spot as me. No, not with a newborn and a billion questions, but with a lot of questions about year end and what to do to make sure you have a great experience rather than stumbling through the month of January like my wife and I bumbling around in a haze of sleep and confusion trying to change a diaper in the middle of the night. Well, good news then – the Sage Year-end Center is back! It’s full of good information like government links for the United States and Canada, the ACA Center, and a handy link to the Year-end Center for each product!

So help yourself out now, and log on to check out the Year-end Center. It’s a great tool to help you plan your year end and make it as successful as possible!

About the Author

Blake Thompson is the e-Services Customer Support manager at Sage Construction and Real Estate.You can reach him at blake.thompson@sage.com, or follow him on Twitter @sage_blake

One response to “What year end and a new baby have in common”

  1. Terry Todd says:

    Love it – tweeted it!

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