I hate being broke, every other job I apply for I will get an interview but I will not get a call back, and when I call back I get, “I’m sorry we have already hired someone.” I have actually had a company we are not going to say the name… 144 more words
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I’ve learned so much since I first began working on my own. For starters, I’ve learned that paracord can make me cry. When you’re spooling off 250 feet of cord and you hit a splice at 247 feet and you throw back your head and scream to the sky, “SERENITY NOW!”. 523 more words
Lisa loves her job as behavioral therapist working with autistic children but she knows that the pay is not enough to live in San Francisco. Last month, she joined our brokerage firm to be a part time retirement planner to add to her income. 115 more words
About $345 billion in owed taxes goes unpaid each year, according to the IRS. A large part of this shortfall, about 68 percent of it, can be attributed to self-employed small business owners, who are less compliant than wage-earning employees in reporting and paying their taxes. 313 more words
In tax year 2011, the most recent year for which figures are available, some 3.3 million taxpayers claimed deductions for business use of a home (commonly referred to as the home office deduction) totaling nearly $10 billion. 96 more words
So, I’ve always been goal oriented. Always. I know that I am my only limitation in life.
So, when I started seeing how strong my efforts were paying off with network marketing, I decided to set myself up for an incredible goal: To be grid-free in 2015. 147 more words