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Aug 31
2016

Deferring Expenses

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Sometimes it is necessary to defer expenses.  However, this procrastination can create a larger problem in your future. 

Chicago is an example. Chicago owes nearly $24 billion, mostly in future city pension liabilities. This equals about $8,800 per city resident. The full story is available here. http://bit.ly/29rq9Bg

Aug 29
2016

Your Digital Estate

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Hopefully most, if not all, readers have a thought through providing a will and/or trust that will dispose of earthly assets at the time of death. This leads to the question, who controls your digital assets after we die? Currently there is no federal law governing digital assets, though some states have pending legislation on the books with a wide variation.

Aug 15
2016

An Entrepreneurial Mindset

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At times a businessperson will come to me for advice on whether to start a new business venture. If I listen to a point by point review of all the things that could go wrong, I understand that they seem more concerned with potential failure than building a successful business. I believe this is the wrong mindset for an entrepreneur.

Nov 02
2015

Evaluating a New Business Start-up

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“Kim” asked me for advice about starting a grocery delivery service. The target market was residents in a retirement community. I pointed out a number of problems with the idea.

Sep 02
2015

The Evolution of Photography

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When I was younger I fancied myself as a photographer. I shot 35 mm with a Pentax camera and had several special lenses. At the time the bag of equipment was expensive. I used slide film because the processing cost was lower than print film. Then, I could order prints for the better pictures. My commercial success was limited to three published photos in a local weekly paper. I may have received $2 or $3 per picture. Considering the film cost, I lost money.

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