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December 28th, 2011 by Lisa

Did you get a new computer for the holidays? Wondering what to do with your old one?

Since computers often hold personal and financial information, the most important thing you can do is ensure

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As the price of health insurance continues to climb, many consumers are wondering why the changes occur. A new website aims to provide

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Getting Real Debt Help

Having trouble paying your credit card bills? Is your home in danger of foreclosure? In this tough economy, many people are struggling with their debts. Ads from companies offering to help

The mentor-protégé relationship is one that has a great deal of value in the small business world.  It should be a mutually beneficial relationship, so both finding a mentor and becoming one require knowledge and responsibility.  Here is a how-to

Although marketing is essential to your business, it’s easy to spend too much of your hard-earned money on strategies that return very little.  In order to get the most bang for your marketing buck, you should find low-cost or even

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Five Facts You Didn’t Know About the BBB
1.)   We are not a government agency.

2.)    Complaints are handled by the Better Business Bureau office in the area where the company is

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My Experience With Multi-Level Marketing

By Holly Doering

When I was a little girl, my mom stayed at home to look after us kids while my dad worked. That was just

The proverbial comfort zone: it is what prevents us from pursuing our dreams and achieving our goals.  The good news is that your zone isn’t a jail cell, but instead a place that you've created over time.  Because of this,

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What Pulls Your Trigger? Four Reasons You May Overspend
Do you ever feel “triggered”? Do you ever find yourself spending money you didn’t intend to, but you do it anyways? Sometimes we

It’s no secret that referrals are an excellent way to boost sales; potential customers are much more comfortable doing business with people they meet via personal recommendations.  Wouldn't you be?  Why is it then that they seem so difficult to

Time management is essential for any working individual, but it is especially important to the self-employed.  Direct sellers and small business owners are constantly performing multiple jobs in a single day, so there are many opportunities to get sidetracked, lose

As you may have learned during your time as a small business owner or direct seller, getting organized and staying that way are two completely different things.  Both can be daunting, but the long-term maintenance of your organization system is

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