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A calculator is one of an accountant’s most useless or valuable tools.
Useless or Valuable?
A calculator is an accountant’s most useless tool or most valuable tool. A calculator is useless because Microsoft Excel can do all of the functions that the most high-tech calculators can do.
Accountants rarely take out their laptops and open Microsoft Excel to do quick calculations. It is easier to take out a handy calculator, such as a 10-key lifeline.
New Best Friend
Accounting firms typically issue a standard laptop, dual monitors, a USB mouse, and a USB 10-key. Out of all of these tools, you will find that the 10-key is your best friend. With a 10 key, data entry can become a breeze as you efficiently enter numbers in half the time.
If your really want a new best friend, a wireless 10 key can get rid of those pesky wires that clutter up your desk. Once you get used to using a 10-key multiple times a day, you will memorize the 10-key keypad and never needed to look at it.
Everything made easier
Data entry, homework, calculating a tip at a restaurant can all be done in half the time (or less) when you use a 10-key calculator. Once you have mastered your 10 key calculator, you will prefer it to any other calculator out there. After passing your college calculus and finance classes, all the functions on a scientific or financial calculator are basically useless. With a normal calculator, you can’t effortlessly type the keys without looking. It is the small things in life that make the difference, so switch over to a 10 key and make your life 10 times better.