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The Skills Employers Are Looking For in 2019 (And Beyond)

What are the skills employers are looking for? In a world of artificial intelligence and robots on the rise, the answer is simple: Human skills! You can’t deny that automation is eliminating jobs. But the one thing robots won’t ever quite perfect (no matter how hard they try) are the very skills, attributes, and traits […]

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The Only Bookkeeping Course That’ll Teach You How To Work Remotely

I get a lot of questions about picking the right bookkeeping course. And, it’s a good question! After all, successful bookkeepers can earn as much as $20 an hour, even when they’re just starting out.  Plus, bookkeeping happens to be one of the popular (and lucrative) remote career paths you can start today. But, not […]

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In-N-Out Burger: Masterpiece Burger, Masterpiece Business

I really, really like In-N-Out Burger. In fact, my opinion? In-N-Out delivers the very best fast food burger available. This blog post isn’t a restaurant review however. Or least not really. And here’s why…  In-N-Out doesn’t just produce a masterpiece burger. I think they’ve built a masterpiece business that small businesses may want to copy. […]

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Work From Home Cover Letter: The Foolproof Template That Gets Results

As a career coach, I often get asked whether work from home cover letters are even important anymore. Do hiring managers actually read them? Are they a waste of time in a world of online applications? You might not like the answer, but honestly, as a remote job seeker, your cover letter is REALLY important.  […]

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Vacation Rental Tax Shelters

Potentially, a vacation rental tax shelter generates extremely large tax deductions for an investor. Even better, almost anybody can use a vacation rental tax shelter. Accordingly, this long-ish blog post explains how this tactic works. To start, though, a quick review of how real estate tax shelters work. How Rental Properties Reduce Taxes Let’s say […]

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The Illusions of Entrepreneurship Professors

Late last year, I posted a couple of essays that defended Thomas Stanley’s Millionaire Next Door theory: Defending the Millionaire Next Door Theory and the Millionaire Next Door Business Plan. As part of the reading I did for those posts, I stumbled on and read business school professor Scott Shane’s book “The Illusions of Entrepreneurs.” […]

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Real Estate Assistant Jobs: How To Find Virtual Work Helping Realtors

The Different Types of Real Estate Assistant Jobs (And How To Do Them From Home) Real estate assistant jobs are on the long list of administrative jobs you can easily do from home. Surprised? Don’t be!  Thanks to technology, most admin tasks can be done remotely. This includes traditional in-office activities like calendar management, supplies […]

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The 50-something Entrepreneur’s Last-minute Retirement Plan

Recently, a friend (not a client) asked about getting started with a retirement plan. The awkward part of the question? Though successful in his small business, he’s late to begin preparing for retirement. Mid-fifties. The good part of his situation? Lots. He enjoys an impressive income. The business sits well-capitalized. Life’s big expenditures–college for the […]

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Final Section 199A Regulation Correction: Separate v. Separable

On February 1, 2019, the IRS published a corrected version of their final regulations for Section 199A (available here). The corrections include a handful of minor editorial tweaks. All helpfully flagged in the published document using revision marks. But one particular tweak makes sense to point out and discuss for many, many small businesses. Do […]

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