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What It Takes To Build An Automated Internet Business

I started out with eBay over 15 years ago and slowly moved over to affiliate marketing. Originally, I was buying and selling and I found an eBook which taught a simple eBay strategy. The buying and selling model was working. But I just wasn’t making much progress. When I bought the eBook it struck me as a simple strategy. The eBook was an automated sale. The owner just set up a listing on eBay and let the listing run. He could sell multiple items through that single […]

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From Bookkeeping to Strategic Advisory: A Growth Switch for Accounting Professionals

Bookkeeping is mostly about data entry, and digitization of processes in every field is replacing the manual work. Now, client requirements have changed to financial advice rather than just compliance reporting. Thus it becomes imperative for accounting professionals to change their approach and increase their value in the upcoming business market. Advanced software integrated with technology provides an easy-to-use platform like QuickBooks cloud hosting that has already altered accounting processes. The rapidly changing accounting industry will bring about many challenges and opportunities for accountants and their clients […]

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10 Tips for First Time Home Buyers

Planning to buy a home? Here are some things to be aware of: 1. Lender: Step one – meet with a lender FIRST to find out if you qualify to buy and how much you can afford. 2. Income: Spending no more than one fourth of your income for your home is best. That way you can afford other expenses and, hopefully, keep your home if one partner looses their job. 3. Plan ahead: Make a wish list. Start with what would you love in your home, […]

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How Donors Should Assess a Charity Before Giving a Donation

We’ll soon be entering into the biggest fundraising season of the year as we go into September, which will ultimately lead us to the holiday months. Despite the fact that fundraising reached the highest levels in 2017, including surpassing $400 billion, fundraising revenue has declined in the first quarter of this year, which should serve as a red flag for nonprofits. While I hope that fundraising revenue picks up for the nonprofit sector, I also believe that donors should support only charities that are demonstrating impact, growth, […]

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The Investment Mistake Otha Anders Made

In 2015, an elderly Louisiana gentleman cashed in at a nearby bank, a truckload of 55-gallon plastic water jugs of pennies that he had collected over the previous 45 years. After the last penny had been counted, Otha Anders received over $5,130 as the total amount for his pennies. That’s over 510,000 pennies. To the general public, this news probably sounded wonderful, but to every American numismatist who collects and buys coins for fun and profit, Anders lost a lot of money. According to the News-Star of […]

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The Investment Mistake Otha Anders Made

In 2015, an elderly Louisiana gentleman cashed in at a nearby bank, a truckload of 55-gallon plastic water jugs of pennies that he had collected over the previous 45 years. After the last penny had been counted, Otha Anders received over $5,130 as the total amount for his pennies. That’s over 510,000 pennies. To the general public, this news probably sounded wonderful, but to every American numismatist who collects and buys coins for fun and profit, Anders lost a lot of money. According to the News-Star of […]

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The Investment Mistake Otha Anders Made

In 2015, an elderly Louisiana gentleman cashed in at a nearby bank, a truckload of 55-gallon plastic water jugs of pennies that he had collected over the previous 45 years. After the last penny had been counted, Otha Anders received over $5,130 as the total amount for his pennies. That’s over 510,000 pennies. To the general public, this news probably sounded wonderful, but to every American numismatist who collects and buys coins for fun and profit, Anders lost a lot of money. According to the News-Star of […]

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Marketers Need to Know: Where Are They? Where Are They Not?

When I was a student, I must admit I thought it really didn’t relate to my (limited) worldview. Since then, I’ve found how important geography can be for business use, and the many practical uses of this subject are just as relevant as they were when you and I were in school. Be assured that, in the world of growing a business, geography is very practical as a tool for marketing tasks, delivery and scheduling decisions, and optimizing staffing levels. Even in this age of GPS on […]

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The Risks Of Trying To Market – Time, The Housing Market

After more than a decade, as a Real Estate Licensed Salesperson, in the State of New York, I have observed, and listened to, many potential buyers and sellers, who seemed to believe, they had the knowledge and expertise to market – time, the real estate market, and, if buying, purchase at the lower – end, while, if selling, do so, at or near, the height of the real estate market. Just as, in nearly every other financial market, doing so, is nearly impossible, and, often, quite risky. […]

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Is Owning Rental Property, For You?

For some individuals, owning, and operating, rental, real estate properties, is a great idea, while, for others, this might not be the case! The difference, not only applies, to the specific property, but, also, each individual’s personality, attitude, and personal, specific strengths and weaknesses. Some factors include, of, course, financial ones, including the necessary reserves, needed, for purchasing a property, starting with the down – payment, closing costs, reserves for repairs, upgrades, renovations, and contingencies. In addition, some individuals are better – suited, for, owning rental property, […]

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