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I use this on my baby when he's fussy and it works like a charm! I just put a drop on his pacifier and he loves it! Sometimes it takes up to 5 times of putting a drop on paci but he will settle down.
How wonderful to find a car charger for a late model mac with the latest connection (magsafe 2) and in a small package that doesn't clogg up the space around the car charger.
I first used this shampoo in a hotel in Florida. I don't usually notice a difference in my hair, but this time I sure did! It makes my hair so soft and manageable, I just wish I could find it locally in a store.
I have been using QB Pro with payroll (first basic, then enhanced) for years and have liked it a lot. This year, I am extremely unhappy with Intuit. Intuit has decided to not only charge their fee for payroll, which alone is actually fairly reasonable, especially if you get your payroll updated via Amazon, but now they have decided to tack on a $2 per month/per employee fee. A one-employee company won't be affected, apparently, but all employees above that first one will cost you $2 per month. If you have 11 employees (1st free, next 10 at $2/per month each), that is an extra $240 per year - for what? For absolutely nothing extra. You get no special benefit from this extra fee. You get nothing more than you got last year for your annual payroll fee that did not include this fee. $240 extra may not be much, but when it doubles the price (it more than doubles the price if purchased on Amazon, it is less than double if you buy directly from Intuit), it's a LOT. I am very unhappy with Intuit's decision to essentially rip off small companies with a decent number of employees. It's just wrong, and a sneaky way to substantially increase its prices (which have already increased substantially over the years). Shame on you, Intuit.
I bought 2007 and now it is discontinued. You don't buy a software solution, you buy a short term contract that ends in a mess. They are worse than Microsoft.