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    Ed Perrey was working a dead end job for a delivery company in Northern California when his wife Lynn called a local carpet cleaner to have their carpets cleaned. The company she called was referred to her by Ed's mother who had just had her carpets cleaned a week prior and was impressed with the results.

    Home Business Magazine Checks in With Entrepreneur First Profiled 13 Years Ago

    How does a person continue to believe in dreams? How does one continue to pursue the impossible? Home Business Magazine first spotlighted entrepreneur Brian Arrington back in 2001. Brian had built up a successful record label, D.I.M.W Music Group that took years of dedication, belief, and passion, only to be lost in a matter of months and finally resolved in bankruptcy court. Determined to never give up, Brian started over and reinvested as an aspiring radio disc jockey and a new business owner of a radio syndication and production company.


    Convert Income Streams into Lump-Sum Payouts

    There are millions of individuals around the country who receive payments from various types of income streams such as owner financed real estate notes, land contracts, deeds of trust, structured court settlements, annuities, lottery winnings, business notes and more.

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    What is my business worth? It's a question I've asked myself hundreds of times over my 40-year-long ownership career. And valuing your business, as an exercise, is a great thing to do from time to time — it gets you thinking and dreaming, which is not a bad thing. But it wasn't until I started buying, expanding, and selling my own businesses that I really got a feel for what valuing a business means.

    Rebecca Clay is a woman that cannot be stopped, even when faced with life’s most difficult challenges. Always looking towards her next venture, be it business owner, champion water skier, or black diamond snow skier, the South Carolina native shows no fear. So when faced with the ultimate test of breast cancer, Clay used the same fearlessness and strength to add “survivor” to her long list of attributes.




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