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    Raise the money and capital you need to launch a home-based business. Information on a wide range of subjects including cash flow, credit repair, receivables, cutting taxes, money management, controlling costs, and more.

    By Mike Finley

    Mike Finley, author of Financial Happine$$, shares 10 ways people find themselves in financial distress. 

     

    5 Red Flags to Avoid on Your Tax Return

    By: Rick Rodgers, CFP

    It is no secret that one of the biggest fears people have is receiving an audit notice from the IRS. It ranks right up there with being diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Of course, the IRS does nothing to alleviate this fear because the more frightened you are, the less likely you will be to cheat on your taxes.

    Here are five ways to help you stay off the audit list.

    5 Tips For Selling Your Business in 2015

    By Tensie Homan

    The majority of business owners are planning on the proceeds from the sale of their business to fund their retirement. However, the 2013 State of Owner Readiness Survey revealed that over 80% of business owners have no formal transition plan. 

    Here are five tips to increase your odds for a successful business sale.

    Keep Track of Your Finances With a Money-Management App

    By Reid Abedeend

    There are a multitude of technologies that can help you pay attention to your spending budgets. These include money-management apps on your mobile phone or banking websites that let you categorize your expenditures for easier totaling, among other things.

    Here are a few of our few favorite daily money-management hacks.

    Financial Professional Suggests Improving Your Money Mastery During Financial Literacy Month

    By Stephen F. Lovell, Financial Expert

    April is National Financial Literacy Month, a good time to take stock of where you are money wise and explore how you can improve.

    Financial professional Stephen F. Lovell says that by asking the right questions or taking the right precautions, you can sidestep these common financial mistakes.

    5 Things New Entrepreneurs Need to Know

    By Trustleaf.com

    Entrepreneurship is tough enough, but lots of would-be business-starters are hit with a double-whammy when it comes to funding their dream businesses, because of one thing: bad credit.

     
    Bad credit sucks, but luckily, there’s hope!

    Advisor Shares 4 Benefits of Charitable Giving
     
    By Gary Marriage, Jr., Financial Expert

    Marriage, CEO of Nature Coast Financial Advisors, which specializes in maximizing retirees’ finances, says charitable efforts can provide a powerful sense of purpose and meaning to life – whether they come in retirement or during the working years. 

    He reviews four reasons why retirees should explore charitable giving.

    By Donna Skeels Cygan, Expert Financial Advisor

    If your teenager will be heading off to college, he or she will be facing a lot of potential financial pitfalls — and financial advisor Donna Skeels Cygan says you should make time to talk about the following seven things with your teenager before classes start.

    By Home Business Magazine

    Carl Edwards, a highly credentialed consultant and owner of C.E. Wealth Group, reviews seven essential points that everyone should know regarding retirement planning.

     

    Why Taxes Are Your Biggest Expense and How to Get Them Under Control

    By John Vento

    Taxes — federal and state income taxes, social security taxes, payroll taxes, sales taxes, and property taxes — can make up more than 50 percent of your overall expenditures. If you want to change your taxes from your biggest expense to your biggest saving opportunity, take a look at a few tips.

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