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Is Biltmore Who's Who a scam?
Is Biltmore Who's Who a scam? Or a legitimate and necessary tool to promote yourself and your business in this new digital age? Separating the myths about …
What Do You Think About The Tea Party Protests in 2009?
Many "tea parties" sprang up across the nation this Tax Day to protest President Obama's policies.
The irony of these tea parties, in remembrance …
Biltmore Who's Who Successful Women of 2007
Biltmore Who's Who provides biographies of notable business leaders and successful professionals located within North America. Members of Biltmore Who's …
Biltmore Who’s Who is NOT a SCAM
Biltmore Who’s Who is not a scam…according to the many members who sing the praises of what this social networking and registry entity did to help them …
Improve Employee Satisfaction Not rated yet
7 Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction
Good managers know that happy employees are loyal, productive employees. Below are seven areas to improve employee …
Inviting You To Join Me Not rated yet
I’d like to invite you to join me and the likes of Donald Trump, Guy Kawasaki, and Michael Gerber as a VIP Author on www.EvanCarmichael.com, a business …
Successful Telephone Calls Not rated yet
The impression made when making telephone calls is extremely important as it is often the first and most significant quality of service customers are presented …
Abuse in the Workplace Not rated yet
Verbal abuse creates emotional pain and mental anguish. It is a lie told to you or about you. Generally, verbal abuse defines people telling …
Good Goals For Business Not rated yet
There are many good goals for business . Establishing goals for your business is a must. Determining the best goals to focus on for your individual business …
What's New in 2011 Not rated yet
Every year, changes to the tax code and IRS inflation adjustments give taxpayers new numbers to use in their tax planning. Here are the numbers you'll …
Healing Relationships Not rated yet
(Good for any kind of relationship, be it personal or business!)
Reprinted from KAJAMA Online Journal of the Psyche
Mar 16 2011 10:38AM http://www.kajama.com …
3 Key Reasons a Business Needs to Keep Books Not rated yet
What are the main reasons a business needs to keep books?
If I were to have to narrow it down in level of importance, I would have to say the 3 key …
6 Tips for Avoiding an Audit Not rated yet
6 ways to avoid an audit
It may not be due to something you did wrong. It may even be triggered by an IRS error. But there are ways to reduce the chances …
3 Common Tax Mistakes Not rated yet
3 tax mistakes made every day
You probably don't mean to violate the law or invite hassles with the IRS, but ignoring simple, common-sense guidelines …
Get an Immediate $200 Raise Not rated yet
Fiscal Fitness: Give Yourself a $200 Raise Right Now user
by Dayana Yochim, The Motley Fool, on Wed Jan 6, 2010 2:21pm PST
The Motley Fool’s Fiscal …
The IRS Offer In Compromise Program Not rated yet
If you are a taxpayer who is unable to pay your federal tax liability, you may be able to settle for a lesser amount through the IRS’s Offer-in-Compromise …
Advice for Business Owners on How to Avoid an IRS Audit Not rated yet
Here is some advice for business owners to help them avoid an IRS audit.
Business owners of all sizes often do not realize that they may be putting …
Increasing My Credit Score Not rated yet
My credit rating has taken a recent beating with all the changes in the economy recently. Do you have advice for how to increase my credit score?
Setting Goals Not rated yet
Many of my clients have been complaining of feeling overwhelmed by the events influencing their lives right now. Of course there are far too many factors …
How To Invest Your Money in 2009 Not rated yet
Where to invest your hard earned money in 2009?
The year 2008 was a nightmare for investor’s world over. In reality no analyst or market guru had foreseen …
Learn and Gain Financial Stability Not rated yet
In these troubled times many of us are asking ourselves “what about the future?”, “What happens if I lose my job tomorrow”, And “where will I be in five …
Tips on Avoiding Foreclosure Not rated yet
With today’s financial market, there is no wonder why more and more people are in the need to know how to avoid foreclosure. When someone wants to avoid …
7 Tricks for Saving Your Money and Stretching Your Dollar Not rated yet
From vacationing to kitchen decoration, from health plans to auto insurance, from bathroom decoration to web conference calls, everyone ranging from corporate …
Cover Letters: Your First Chance To Impress
Hiring managers routinely receive responses from hundreds, perhaps thousands, of applicants for any given job. To avoid having your resume sink in this …
Your First Chance To ImpressNot rated yet
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