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Blogging 101

Since I've only been blogging for a couple weeks, I decided to set out on a quest to learn how to blog. Obviously, I couldn't base much on personal experience, so I turned to a couple stalwarts of the blogging world to see what techniques and strategies they advocate...

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What I Learned at Chick-fil-a

We recently had a Chick-fil-a open just a couple minutes away from our house. I've been a huge fan of Chick-fil-a for many years, ever since trying it out and reading "Eat Mor Chikin, Insprire More People" by S. Truett Cathy, their founder, so I watched the new store...

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How to get $10,000 tax free

One of the tax saving strategies I’ve been implementing this year involves long term capital gains. Currently, as long as you are in the 15% tax bracket, all long term capital gains are tax free. Since the stock markets have been rather chaotic over the past months, I...

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One accounting number you MUST understand

As a CPA, several people have asked me, "What is the most important metric to tell how I'm doing in my business?" It's actually a really important question. I've found that far too often, business owners don't exactly know how their business is performing, or even how...

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Hey guys. I realize it's quite possible that no one will ever read this, but I've been wanting to give blogging a try for quite awhile now. While sometimes I might blog about a few things personal, I plan to mainly blog about small business. I am a CPA and have worked...

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