10 Reasons To Quit Your Job This Year

[color-box]Huff Post Small Business

Three Ways to Make Money From Social Media

Ilana GreeneEditor, ‘Harvard Newsletter’

Many small businesses use social media as a marketing tactic, but they are confused about how to make money from it. According to Anatoly Nirshberg, CEO of ParadigmNEXT, the key is to “develop a business plan that outlines how you will generate revenue from social media activities on a consistent basis.”[/color-box]

[color-box]The Huffington Post
10 Reasons To Quit Your Job This Year
James Altucher
Posted February 1, 2013

This was going to end badly. I would play chess all day in my office with the door locked. My boss would knock on the door and I would put my headphones on and ignore him. People would complain that the software I wrote didn’t work. My boss would say…[color-box]

[/color-box]Entrepreneur
How to Raise Entrepreneurial Kids
BY NADIA GOODMAN | December 11, 2012

Tomorrow’s business leaders and startup founders will be today’s young kids whose parents have raised them with an entrepreneurial spirit — a skill that is increasingly important as young people flood the startup world and the freelance economy grows.
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[color-box]The Pros and Cons of Launching Your Business From Home
BY ENTREPRENEUR STAFF | March 7, 2013

Looking for a way to launch your business with the minimum investment possible? Then consider setting up shop in a home office rather than a commercial space.

Working from home makes a lot of sense when you’re launching a business and have limited startup funds.[/color-box]

[color-box]Entrepreneur
How to Hire an Attorney
BY CLIFF ENNICO

Hiring a good lawyer is crucial to any successful business. Here’s everything you need to know about finding, interviewing and hiring the very best.

There are two professionals every business will need early on: an accountant and a lawyer.[/color-box]

[color-box]Wiki Answers
How does identity theft affect the society?

Identity Theft Issues
In the course of a busy day, you may write a check at the grocery store, charge tickets to a ball game, rent a car, mail your tax returns, change service providers for your cell phone, or apply for a credit card. In each transaction, you reveal bits of personal information, like your bank and credit card account numbers; your income; your Social Security number (SSN); or your name, address, and phone numbers - a goldmine of information for an identity thief. Once a thief has that information, it can be used without your knowledge to commit fraud or theft.
Identity theft is a serious crime.[/color-box]

Thank you,

Dan Norris
Independent Associate
LegalShield

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