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Once upon a time a daughter complained to her father that her life was miserable and that she didn’t know how she was going to make it. 502 more words

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KICK START OR GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH A SOLID BUSINESS PLAN

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PLUS get a free copy of our top-selling eBook BUSINESS PLANNING SIMPLIFIED, loaded with tips, guidelines, templates and samples to help you create a business plan that will help you take your business to the next level, attract funding or get business partners. 35 more words

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DIY Versus DIFM Auto Parts Sales – How Do You Steer Online Growth?

By now you know the stats. The average age of automobiles will climb beyond its current record of 11.4 years. Automotive aftermarket e-tail revenue is projected to double within three years. 744 more words

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The two biggest secrets to winning with people

By Phillip Chichoni

The key of the Order of the Coif looks just like any ordinary brass key. However, it is given to only the top 10% of graduates in law at the top universities. 861 more words

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The Startup Decline

New businesses are disproportionately responsible for the innovation that drives productivity and economic growth.  They account for virtually all net new job creation. If there are fewer new companies and more aging ones, then labor and capital hang tight in old industries and growth slows. 329 more words

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All in The Family

Almost eighty-five percent of family owned businesses have identified a family member to take over the business.  Unfortunately, according to Cox Family Enterprise Center only thirty percent of family businesses remain in the family into the second generation, and just ten percent  pass to the third generation. 66 more words

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Take Charge of Your Credit

New rules phased in over the next three years will make it easier to correct mistakes on your credit report.  According to a 2012 study by the FTC, one in five consumers had an error on their credit report.   188 more words

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