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Archive for year: 2018

  • Dealing with Major Data Loss: A Guide for Small Business Owners

    By Lucy Reed So, it appears your business has suffered a major data loss. Maybe you or one of your employees accidentally deleted something important. Or, maybe you’ve been hit with malware or some other type of hack. Perhaps it’s an equipment failure. Whatever the reason, you may be in panic mode. Here’s what you need to do to recover. First Off, Don’...

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  • Top 6 Marketing Techniques for Your Home-Based Business

    You already know that starting your business can increase your freedom, maximize your personal growth and provide you with a set of other benefits. The only question is: How are you going to find clients? Here are a few techniques that can help you get your first client.  Get a website Even if you aren’t selling anything directly online, having an onli...

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  • Grow Your Earning Potential

    Grow Your Earning Potential: Year-Round Side Gigs for Current and Future Educators By Lucy Reed As a teacher or recent recipient of an education degree, you know all too well the difference you make in the lives of each student you come in contact with. Teaching is your passion, but it is also your job. But like most people, you’ve got to find a way to pa...

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  • Computer Tax Deduction: Tax Breaks for New Computers

    Tax Reform Has Made New PCs an Even Smarter Investment. What are you Waiting for?   Deduct 100% of new equipment costs up to $1M1 No need to keep detailed records of how your PCs are used Higher cap for deducting PC costs in a single year instead of over time   This article is reposted courtesy of Intel.   With new tax laws in p...

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  • The Myth of Multitasking

    Think you can multitask well? Think you’re good at doing several things at once? Think again. Reading and listening to music? Driving and talking on the phone (hands-free, of course), or texting while sitting in a meeting? Think again.  Much recent neuroscience research tells us that the brain doesn’t really do tasks simultaneously, as we thought (hop...

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