Your Homes, The Trifecta of Tax Saving Haven?

After working hard for so many years, you finally bought your dream house. Do you know that you have also just landed onto a trifecta of tax saving haven? Mortgage interest deduction You can claim this deduction if you take out mortgage loans to buy up to two houses! One for your first primary residence…

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Tax Tips When Starting a Business

Tired of your day job? Sick of your boss? Your entrepreneurial spirit keeps reminding you that it is about time to start a business and start making money for yourself. Before you call it quit, let’s take a look at what you will get yourself into. Two deductions are available to you right off the bat: the…

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10 Most Tax-Friendly States

As someone who works and pay taxes in the U.S., it would be wise to know which states offer the most friendly tax policy to their residents and investors. Tax expenses is one of the highest expenses of one’s life time. By carefully selecting the state(s) where you will live and invest can be the…

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Lessons of Starting a Company by VC Mark Suster Based in Los Angeles

Mark Suster was a consultant working for Andersen Consulting (Accenture) for 10 years before he found his first company, then it was sold. He found his 2nd company and sold to Salesforce.com and became a VC based in Los Angeles. He talks about his failure, success, and lessons learned as a budding entrepreneur and a…

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Top 20 Consulting Businesses

According to Entrepreneur.com’s Consulting Business start-up guide, here are the top 20 consulting businesses. 1. Accounting: Accounting is something that every business needs, no matter how large or small. Accounting consultants can help a business with all of its financial needs. 2. Advertising: This type of consultant is normally hired by a business to develop…

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Influence (Selling) – Single Most Important Skill in Life

Tony Robbins talks about the single most important skill in life. Business owners, parents, and leaders all need the ability to influence or to sell. To be an effective influencer, one must be able to influenced oneself in order to influence others. To be Effective Influencer, you must:  1. Feed your mind. 2. Condition your…

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Achieve Success Through Higher Standards Backed by Rituals

Tony Robbins talks about achieving lasting success by having a compelling vision of what you truly want. Something that pull you to do. Not something that push you to do — as pushing required will power, and will power never last. Second, you need a strong reason to push you through what’s necessary to get…

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The Basic of Independent Consulting – S.P.A.R.E. by James Chan

James Chan was from Hong Kong and has been an American Citizen since the early 1980’s. His consulting firm advises American companies on selling products and services to China and Asia. He gives a talk about the basics of independent consulting, and how he got started more than 29 years ago. It is an inspirational…

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My Experience with Auction.com

Auction.com is a modern, fast, and easy way to acquire real estate. I had a positive experience with Auction.com from my first real estate winning bid. A while back I saw a property listed for sale on Realtors.com. It was listed by Auction.com.  When I followed the link to Auction.com and created an account, I…

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Whole Foods CEO/Founder Talks About Capitalism, Impacts of Higher Minimum Wages and ObamaCare

There is no free lunch in Capitalism. What government gives, someone has to pay. Responsible Capitalism will lessen the impulse to regulate and control businesses. Whole Foods CEO and founder talks about  his view on the free market, government regulations, such as the higher minimum wage requirements, and ObamaCare. And, how businesses are impacted and…

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