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How I Built Our Company with Patrick Bermingham

We invite you to attend our “How I Built Our Company” Entrepreneur Series. Our session is taking place on Tuesday January 25that 7 p.m. at Metro Hall, Room 304. It features Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Patrick Bermingham, President of Berminghammer Foundation Solutions. Free if you are a member of our Endorsing Associations.  Otherwise, we charge $20. All profits go to Camp Oochigeas, …

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10 Most Common Website Mistakes

…and how to avoid them! 1. Allowing your site to be broken Website Management Link checking HTML validation Up time monitoring Regular Backups Sever Fail-overs SEO Statistics reporting Form Updates Email services Site redesigns Domain renewals DNS services Custom programming Technical Support Browser compatibility 2. Poor Navigation If your prospect can’t find the information they needs quickly and easily they …

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Mortgage Life Insurance – What is the Best way to Purchase it?

Mortgage Life Insurance Written By: John Klotz 7-11-2009 Ok – so we are going to slam the banks a little in this article. I know, many of you love the banks and will be upset that anyone could say anything negative about them. In this regard, we humbly apologize in advance. But this article is a must read if you …

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Corporate Owned Life Insurance – Is it the best way for you to go?

The Advantages of Corporate Owned Life Insurance Written By: John Klotz 6-8-2009 IT Entrepreneurs and consultants need life insurance like anyone else. The question often gets asked whether or not a life insurance policy should be owned individually or by the corporation. Let’s take the example of Jim Smith, Software Entrepreneur. Jim is self employed and is the proud owner …

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How Should a Self Employed Consultant Purchase Insurance?

How should a Self Employed Person buy insurance? Written By: John Klotz 4-2-2009 When it comes to purchasing insurance, many self employed consultants are confused as to how they should cover off their risks. This article will address this concern. In assessing your insurance needs, you should purchase insurance that covers off a Critical Risk. A critical risk is a …

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Persuasive Communication Skills for Business Owners – with Suzanne Sherkin

“Persuasive Communication Skills for Business Owners” – with Suzanne Sherkin Suzanne Sherkin, CPO of Highborn Communications has been a professional communicator for 25 years. Dynamic with a flair for motivation, she’s trained ministers how to handle the media, written speeches for politicians, helped presidents of companies deliver dynamite speeches. She’s received awards for her own speeches. She’s received awards for …

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Increase Sales, Cut Costs and Increase Customer Satisfaction through Data Convergence – with Dave McDougall, CIO Vision Max

“Increase Sales, Cut Costs and Increase Customer Satisfaction through Data Convergence” – with Dave McDougall, CIO Vision Max It used to be that if a company’s customers, partners, employees, or brokers wanted to get information, they would call a 1-800 number, get put on hold, eventually speak to a Customer Service Representative, and listen while the CSR typed away at …

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Leadership – with Jamie Broughton

Leadership – with Jamie Broughton They say that poor students make the best teachers. That’s good, because Jamie spent over 20 years trying to figure out this leadership thing. He spent much of his life being shy, unsure and understated. He had an average, “OK” life as a result. In 1995, he got a wake up call that changed everything. …

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Medical Expenses

Medical Expenses Written By: John Klotz 1-28-2008 As we stare down the last few days of 2002, it’s time to consider some helpful YEAR END TAX PLANNING techniques. So here are a few simple tax planning points to consider (preferable when your not inebriated with rum laced egg nog!). Medical Expenses Your medical expenses and those of your spouse/partner and …

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How to Keep your RRSP’s Creditor Proof

How to Keep your RRSP’s Creditor Proof? Written By: John Klotz 1-28-2008 You know, every so often, something pops up in my day to day practice that stops me in my tracks. Such an event occurred with a prospective client. Here’s the deal. This individual is a successful consultant who makes a healthy six-figure income. She’s been socking it away …

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