Monthly Archives: June 2013

Obamacare Survival Guide

We don’t normally promote books on this blog, and our comments about Obamacare’s long term viability are well known, but the book of the title is a really useful guide for small business to understanding what’s going on. We’ve worked … Continue reading

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Surviving Obamacare, Part II

This is our second case study on how to work around the diktats of Obamacare and  assumes that implementation might take place in Jan. 2014. As we have said in previous posts, we doubt this will happen, but one never … Continue reading

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Pretty Good Privacy

With the current commotion regarding privacy in one’s personal and business communications, we thought we’d pass a long a cool little piece of software that allows you to encrypt emails and voice transmissions. Of course, your recipient has to have … Continue reading

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Surviving Obamacare Part I

The idea for this series of posts came from a blog actually involving a Phoenix-based pizza chain that clearly doesn’t know what to do to cope with Obamacare, and is probably isn’t getting good advice, either. Keep in mind that next … Continue reading

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10 Questions to Ask When Determining Your Salary

This post, which appeared in Entrepreneur.com, is very useful for a variety of reasons, the biggest of which is once you start making money, it’s frequently hard to determine how much you, the owner, should be paid. However, the article … Continue reading

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Obamacare Hits Some Rocks and Shoals

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