suzuka twin circuit hitomiGO practice day. enjoy 11 minutes of uncut raw footage. can’t wait to drive this car again x

 

the only other day i managed to get some in-car footage. onboard at tokushima kart land free practice. ¥4000 to drive the entire day. enjoy xxx

326 Zenki

February 2nd, 2012

3 2 6 POWER Zenki in the snow, enjoy! x

September 19th, 2011

Over the next week or so I will be working on a new video, this time from Meihan. I think it’s a good idea gathering all my footage from the 2 days we visited the circuit and throw it into a clip for you guys to see what It’s really like, as you know photos can only express so much. Seeing the cars from a wide perspective run along the wall only a few centimetres away will definitely get your heart pumping. Stay tuned.

June 28th, 2011

Whilst on the subject of my Japan Video I thought it would be a perfect time to post this photo of one of the S15’s featured in the video throwing down some unbelievable runs. If you haven’t seen the video, be sure to check it out here. Out of all the photos I managed to capture that Friday night, this was by far one of my favourite photos and will be a night I will remember for the rest of my life, I can’t wait to hit Japan again in a few months. Please, if you want to share this image, just link back to the blog. Thanks.

June 15th, 2011

I think I’ve put this off for long enough now, I woke up this morning remembering I still have the video to post from my most recent trip to Japan. Just to tease you a little more I’ve edited up two direct screen grabs from the 4 minute clip to get you a little bit more excited for the release. I have to say some of the footage is pretty surreal but the video itself isn’t too great as it was my first time editing a video.

The video has been kept simple with a nice bit of music over the top but nothing too overpowering so you can still hear the amazing noises some of the cars put out. Singular runs, trains up to several cars a time and some amazing twin action from these 2 S15’s, I will be posting the video on the site within the next 48 hours so stay tuned! Casey.

February 18th, 2011

FUCKING GORGEOUS.

January 30th, 2011

January 18th, 2011

January 16th, 2011

A simple definition of “accounting”

Accounting is how your business records, organizes, and understands its financial information.

You can think of accounting as a big machine that you put raw financial information into—records of all your business transactions, taxes, projections, etc.—that then spits out an easy to understand story about the financial state of your business.

Accounting tells you whether or not you’re making a profit, what your cash flow is, what the current value of your company’s assets and liabilities is, and which parts of your business are actually making money.

Accounting vs bookkeeping

Accounting and bookkeeping overlap in many ways. Some say bookkeeping is one aspect of accounting. But if you want to break them apart, you could say that bookkeeping is how you record and categorize your financial transactions, whereas accounting is putting that financial data to good use through analysis, strategy, and tax planning; If you are starting a small business make sure to get professional assistance and guidance from a small business accounting miami firm.

The accounting cycle

Accounting begins the moment you enter a business transaction—any activity or event that involves your business’s money—into your company’s ledger.

Recording business transactions this way is part of bookkeeping. And bookkeeping is the first step of what accountants call the “accounting cycle”: a process designed to take in raw financial information and spit out accurate and consistent financial reports.

The accounting cycle has six major steps:

  1. Analyze and record transactions (looking over invoices, bank statements, etc.)
  2. Post transactions to the ledger (according to the rules of double-entry accounting)
  3. Prepare an unadjusted trial balance (this involves listing all of your business’s accounts and figuring out their balances)
  4. Prepare adjusting entries at the end of the period
  5. Prepare an adjusted trial balance
  6. Prepare financial statements

Most of these rules and processes are automated by accounting software, so we’re going to skip over the gritty details of the accounting cycle and talk about the end product: financial statements.