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QuickBooks 2013 For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA

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Don’t Sign a Check the Wrong Way

If you sign many checks, you may be tempted to use a John Hancock–like signature. Although scrawling your name illegibly makes great sense when you’re autographing baseballs, don’t do it when you’re signing checks. A clear signature, especially one with a sense of personal style, is distinctive. A wavy line with a cross and a couple of dots is easy to forge.

Which leads me to my next tip. . . .

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