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    The elusive but enticing $100 start-up — consider it the Big Foot of the entrepreneurial world. Time and time again, wannabe entrepreneurs are told that the $100 start-up is possible. That by following the advice from this or that “expert,” you can create a business doing something you love, and all you need is a quick and easy $100 investment. This line of thinking has become so prevalent in the start-up world for that serial entrepreneur, and it absolutely must be debunked. There is no such thing as a $100 start-up.

    Here are five tips for people who want to feel more confident about managing their finances.

    There are many reasons for using an answering service. Cutting costs is one of the major factors in play. Several obvious costs that businesses can save on by choosing an answering service over an in-house alternative include no monthly salary expense, no paid vacations, no paid breaks, and no missed opportunities. However, once you dig in a little deeper, there are even more costs that companies can avoid just by using an answering service.

    The information provided in this article is based on general online research so be sure to check out all new tax laws and/or consult a professional.

    Advice on Troubleshooting the Tax System

    The following are some of the most expensive and common tax hurdles affecting Americans and offers advice on troubleshooting our tax system.

    Make More Money by Avoiding These Top Business Mistakes

    Chances are that you’ve read numerous books and articles on what to do to succeed in business. But often, knowing what not to do is even more important. In order for your company to make more money, be sure you’re not inadvertently making any of these top 10 business mistakes.

    By Doug Vermeeren

    Although we live in the richest and most advanced society the world has ever known, many of us say we need more money in order to be happy.

    Self-Improvement

    By Gary Marriage, Jr.

    Millions of Americans have put away money into their Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) throughout their professional lives, which the government encourages with tax-deferred growth throughout the working years, allowing employees to accumulate more money faster — but there’s a catch. 

    Taxing Times

    By Cary Siegel

    The following are every dad’s three “must teach” principles in personal money management.

    By William J. Lynott

    Your bank may not be the scoundrel that some would have you believe, but don’t mistake it for your kindly old uncle either. Today's tough economy is causing banks to look for ways to take a bigger bite than ever out of your bottom line. Identity thieves are an even bigger threat to your financial well being. Discover 10 costly banking errors and how to keep them from chipping away at your net income.

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