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  • How Pat Flynn Made His First $3 Million In Passive Income

    Pat Flynn is a passive income whiz. Although he says he’s not an expert in the subject, he’s earned $3 million in the last six years by creating authoritative and helpful websites in areas as disparate as passing a green building exam, becoming a... Read More >>

    IRS: Partners’ Share Of LLC Income Is Subject To Self-Employment Tax

    Every Friday afternoon, while you’re seeking solace in the bottom of a pint glass from another week of hellish reality, the IRS publishes its written determinations for the week. Last week’s release was noteworthy in its volume: the Service released a... Read More >>

    Food Trucks And College Business Majors: A Most Delicious Match

    (Poets&Quants) — Jack Barber used to spend his free time scoping out the many food trucks in Boston when he arrived in the city as a college student three years ago. Food entrepreneurship was in his blood—his grandfather founded Barber Foods, a... Read More >>

    7 Tricks To Attract First-time Customers

    Congratulations! You've just launched your new small business. Or, perhaps you're introducing a new product. You're sure it's going to be a huge hit. After all, it's "faster, better, cheaper" than the competition. You've told your friends, taken out an ad,... Read More >>

    Smart Passive Income: 10 Top Tips From Expert Pat Flynn

    How to go from a 40-hour to a one-hour work week. In February 2007, Pat Flynn was working at an architecture firm making $38,000 a year. He mulled boosting his earning power by getting an architecture license, but the process would likely take six to eight... Read More >>

    Study Finds Humble Bosses Are Best

    Research shows bombastic, egocentric leaders are not most effective. Bosses who yell, threaten and micromanage their way to the top, often at the expense of miserable underlings are all too common in today's workplaces. But the Tony Sopranos and Darth... Read More >>

    Part-Time Workers Deserve The Shift, Not The Shaft

    Retail scheduling practices are making it functionally impossible for part-time workers to support themselves. The plight of low-wage retail workers has generated much talk in recent years. As I’ve written before, I don't find problematic the existence... Read More >>

    Why Freelancers Need A Code Of Ethics

    In a business world filled with ambiguity and contingent workers, freelancers are developing their own ethical standards. Brooke Dixon has worked as a freelance software developer for years while raising his two daughters. During that time, he’s written... Read More >>

    On Being A Good Small Business Boss

    Q: Steve: I am just so darned overworked these days. I went into business for myself because I thought it would afford me a better lifestyle, but the opposite seems to be true. There has to be a better way, but do you know what it is? -- Brandon A: You are... Read More >>

    A Coke Exec’s Lessons From An Unlikely Visitor

      One of Coca-Cola's top marketing executives found unexpected lessons about work and life from her Zimbabwean mentee. FORTUNE - Wendy Clark, SVP of Coca-Cola's Global Sparkling Brand Center, is a participant in this year's Fortune-U.S. State... Read More >>

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