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We Can't All Be Millionaires. Or Can We?

Jamie Tardy, a blogger and author, always dreamed about being a millionaire. To find out more about what differentiates millionaires, she interviewed over 130 people with a net worth of at least $1 million and distilled four key components that set millionaires apart from the average Joe. Do you have what it takes to become a millionaire? Find out by reading this: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/do-you-have-what-it-takes-to-be-a-millionaire-184341905.html more

Employee Benefits

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Network to Increase your Chances of Securing a Job

For the job seekers who sit behind computers and laptops, scanning for the dream job, you might be be going about it the wrong way. It's all about networking. It has the possibility for making long-lasting connections and creating potential job opportunities.By connecting with new peers that share the same interests as you, networking will provide experience in speaking professionally and boost your confidence and ultimately your job prospects. So make sure you are equipped with the social... more

Protecting Company Assets

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The Eight D's of Buy Sell Agreements

Most closely held businesses, especially multi-owner corporations and partnerships need to have a buy-sell agreement in place. Individually owned businesses can also profit from the use of a buy-sell agreement. This is essential for smooth transition of ownership upon the occurrence of several events, namely the 'Eight D's.' We'll discuss each one individually in the corporate context, however, most would also apply to partnerships. In a single-owner business, the buyer could be key... more

Starting Your Business

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Organizing Your Business as a Limited Liability Company

As a sole proprietor, you've enjoyed watching your business take off. Your customer base is building, orders are steady, and your overhead is under control. But with this growth, you now realize you can't handle everything yourself. You need to attract investors, take on a few associates, and protect your personal assets from your firm's liabilities. You've reached a turning point: it's time to run your company in a more formal manner. But should you set up the business... more