Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Let Taleese Carson-Peters Do Your Bookkeeping

All Phases Bookkeeping Service is a limited liability company located in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania that maintains books and records finanial books for small businesses. Handling bookkeeping services in a timely, confidential, and proficient manner, All Phases Bookkeeping Service is customer service-oriented.

Taleese Carson-PetersOwned and operated by Taleese Carson-Peters, All Phases Bookkeeping Service works with you and for you. Ms Taleese has worked in the Accounting field for a total of 18 years and in public accounting since 1992. With her earned degree in Specialized Business, Taleese and All Phases Bookkeeping Service are members of the Lansdowne Business and Professional Association.

Taleese's vast knowledge and experiences include but are not limited to:

  • Preparation of Individual, Corporate and Partnership tax returns both Federal and State

  • Full Charge Bookkeeping/Accounting Services for various industries

  • Preparation of Business Privilege and Net Profits tax returns

  • Various Software application packages
Put All Phases Bookkeeping Service to work for you today and avoid potential tax problems. Don't Wait Until Tax Time to start your record keeping!

Contact Taleese Carson-Peters at:

All Phases Bookkeeping Service, LLC
Post Office Box 988
Lansdowne, PA 19050-0988

Telephone: 610-623-2064
Fax: 610-623-2065

Monday, March 03, 2008

What Black Men Think: An In Depth View of Myths, Stereotypes, and Misrepresentations

What Black Men ThinkIyago Entertainment Group Presents

What Black Men Think: An In Depth View of How Myths, Stereotypes and Misrepresen- tations Render Black Men Non-Necessities in Their Communities and Families . . .

In the most provocative Black film of the year, Janks Morton presents a searing examination of the role myths, stereotypes, and misrepre- sentations have played in the decimation of modern era black relationships, and how the symbiotic relationship between government, the media and black leadership perpetuates misinformation to further marginalize the role of black men in society.

Since the triumphs of the civil rights legislations of the early 1960s havoc and decimation has been wreaked on the Black family with a specific devastation on the Black man. With negative imagery of the media, the failed policy of the great society and modern era black leadership abandoning tenets that historically held the community together, a new form of mental slavery has perpetuated an undeclared civil war in the Black Community . . .

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