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All right… I will need to learn some stuff..

Yep. It seems that my new Empire is asking me to review some concepts and learn one or two new techniques… maybe about Internet resources, or advertising, or how to deal with providers and distributors?

Any courses or books you can recommend here?
I wouldn’t mind taking some extra-training… I want to do it right…

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2 comentarios en “All right… I will need to learn some stuff..

  1. Good luck guys. Make it easy for regular people to understand.
    I would like to share with you this program called “THE WOMEN’S BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER”:

    The Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC) is a non-profit micro-enterprise development organization whose goal is to increase economic independence for women. This is accomplished through Small Business and Professional Development Training-specifically, small business and micro-enterprise training, career assistance, networking, and access to applicable resources.

    What makes WBDC so unique is the outstanding line-up of instructors and counselors. WBDC programs and workshops are taught by professionals with direct experience in small business and professional development.

    WBDC clients come from all walks of life:
    Women leaving public assistance
    Women leaving the corporate world
    Individuals with limited education
    Individuals holding advanced degrees
    Individuals re-entering the workforce
    Individuals entering the workforce for the first time.

    Publicado por Joaquim | marzo, 05:54
  2. Deduction for Startup Costs

    Startup Costs can be high when you consider market research, advertising, web presence, Publi Relations, etc. before actually the company is producing any revenue.
    However there are good news: starting in Oct. 22, 2004 many companies are now alloed to deduct $5,000 of their startup costs. Any expenses above that amount must be amortized, or depreciated, over the next 15 years.

    Claiming the Section 195 Deduction.
    Companies need to file Form 4562, Depreciation and Amortization and declare that they are electing to take the deduction for startup costs.

    The instructions for the form explain what you need to do; you can find them on the IRS Web site,


    Publicado por neoentrepreneur | marzo, 10:21


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