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[ 3 ] Sep. 9, 2013

Home-Based Gold Mines

Be your own boss! 75 biz ideas you can launch for $500 or less!

[ 0 ] May. 13, 2013

Smoothie King Franchisee Blends Up $4.5 Million

Want to make more money? Roger Wilder began working at Smoothie King when he was just 15 years old and today owns and operates 10 Greater Baton Rouge area locations. After holding his first job at the Celebration Station store for eight years, he took a position at the Smoothie King Home Office in New Orleans.  […]

[ 1 ] Mar. 11, 2013

Suzanne Browne’s 5 Tips For Entrepreneurial Success

By Suzanne Browne I never really set out to be an entrepreneur. Instead I set out to be successful. Success to me means understanding the value of things, not the price.  The value of hard work, honesty, trustworthiness, courageousness, belief and boldness is priceless. So whether you are a stay at home mom or a […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 27, 2013

NerdWallet: New Series Has Small Business Funding Advice From 30+ CEOs

NerdWallet’s new series features more 30 CEOs and executives from various financial institutions. The series was designed to help small business owners gain a better understanding of small business lending. In the platform, the CEOs address some of the most common questions in small business lending, including: 1. How are the various types of financial institutions […]

[ 0 ] Feb. 12, 2013

Subway To Launch Documentary & 100 Winner Challenge

To inspire young, would-be entrepreneurs from around the world, the largest and most successful restaurant chain in the world is launching a global initiative to impact the next generation of emerging talent by opening up its vast network to the winners of the Build Your Own Virtual SUBWAY Challenge, which takes place through March 12. […]

[ 0 ] Jan. 29, 2013

Tax Information At-A-Glance

The group, TaxInformation.org provides a wide variety of information on federal and state tax policies including estate tax, sin tax, high investment taxes, cell phone taxes and film tax credits.

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