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Wow Genius...I want to move to your country! LOL....I've been concerned about this too, but my earnings are so minimal right now. I do have a healthy fear of the IRS though so I'll be paying those taxes!
Many people are scared of starting a business during a recession. Times are tough, and people are not spending -- which makes the idea of starting a business in a downturn even more daunting.But an economic downturn shouldn't stop you from pursuing your business endeavors. As they say, the right time to start business is when you have a great idea, recession or not. With the right business idea, where your product or service will benefit customers both in good and bad times, you can beat the odds and succeed even in an economic downturn.The key is to look long and hard at your business idea to
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see if this is a business where a market truly exists. Afterall, with a recession comes the tightening of purse strings not just from customers but bankers and investors alike. That means starting the business lean, and well, possibly even with your own money.Here are some types of businesses that thrive and stand a better chance of survival during economic downturns:1. Must have products and services. Food is one business that remain strong during a recession. Afterall, people will still need to eat and drink no matter how bad the economy, though many will be cutting dining out and instead stay at home and cook!And guess what, demand for cosmetics remain strong even when times are tough! Demand for cosmetics seem recession proof as women continue to indulge themselves by buying lipsticks and powders. Ask any woman on the street if they will forego wearing a lipstick and you might get dagger stares everywhere. There's even an economic indicator for it: the lipstick indexOther necessity businesses include automotive repair, healthcare, web sites for small businesses, education and learning products.2. Sign of the Times-type businesses. These are businesses that are most needed during a recession, yet will still generate strong demand even when times get better. An example of this type of business is bargain hunting, helping people find deals, coupons and discounts. Whether good times or bad, people want to save and get the best deals, but more so when everything is tight.3. Any business with minimal startup costs. Now is not the time to risk your family's life savings into a business you are not sure will work. Home-based businesses are great during recession because of little to no overhead costs. You can start a blog at no cost working from home monetized by advertising, which can allow you to earn decent income. If you're lucky and your blog or website catches on, you can earn spectacular income workin from the comforts of your home without the headache of an office or retail space lease.4. Start a proven business. It is significantly riskier to start an unproven business from scratch as compared to starting a well known franchise. Franchises may sometimes feel that you are working for somebody else, but buying into a franchise allows you to start a business with a well established brand, fully developed operational systems, and with products or services that are proven winners.Once you've decided what business to start, follow the tips shared by experts in the article Recession Strategies for Small and Home Businesses

Funny story, Years ago I had Marla Maples in my downline when she was married to Trump, so he has been aware of MLM Network Marketing for years, so I had asked Marla if he had ever considered it, and she laughed, so I wonder if she is laughing now, I know I am. LOL Ideal Health is a solid nutritio...
eaglegene, Basically, to buy the 10 in One, or any of the other products, you click on the "Get Started Now" tab and order it. This will place you on the monthly auto-ship program for personal use. If you choose to share it with others, then you have the same free web site I have to hel...
With the economy in doldrums, are you taking advantage of the opportunities this economic recession presents? Yes, even with all the layoffs and cost cuttings, there's some opportunities for the taking.Some examples:Purchase of vehicles for businesses -- with the car industry reeling from the slump, there's a lot of deals waiting in the car dealerships. Now is the best time to upgrade your business vehicle, or buy the vehicle you need for your business.Cheaper tech gadgets -- given the poor holiday season, sales are a plenty and prices of tech goodies have dr
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opped significantly.Cheaper office supplies -- now's the time to stock up on all office supplies and office equipment you may need.Hiring great employees -- as other companies are issuing pink slips, you may be able to find the programmer or writer or assistant you've always needed. Find money making opportunities -- as people react to the recession, now is the time to look closely at where demand lies. A building contractor affected by the mortgage meltdown may want to look at the green movemet in construction and discover a whole new niche (e.g. think alternative energy systems such as solar energy installations). Or as recession results to layoffs, more and more people will be looking for cheaper health care such as alternative medicines.

About a year ago at this time there was a full page thread in this forum by many members telling in detail how Rob had scammed them out of thousands of dollars. I had a large post there myself, how he had sold me a program and charged me twice.. and I still never got the program nor my money back,...
I love animals and will help with them whereever I can. People arn't the only ones that need help. Our animals are at the mercy of our knowledge and we can't give them any less consideration than we would our children (in my humble opinion)
Overcoming your fear is one of the most difficult hurdles of starting a business. Starting a new business is such a leap of faith that it can scare the wits out of you; more so when you are leaving the comfort and security of a salaried employee. Add to that the fact that we are in a recession, where starting a business can be so daunting with bad news left and right.Donald Trump, in his article Confronting Your Fears advises thatAn antidote to fear is as simple as problem solving. Whether you have inves
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ting, estate planning, or running a business on your mind, or all of those things, they can be broken down into units of thought and dealt with in an orderly manner. It's a bit like a jigsaw puzzle -- you need to find the right place for each piece of the puzzle until the whole is apparent.Robin Fisher-Roffer, author of the book The Fearless Fish Out of Water: How To Succeed When You're The Only One Like You, recommends 7-steps to overcome fear when starting a business:Focus on what you do better than anyone else and put that out there to your customers and prospects. Use the strengths of what makes you different to make a difference with your customers. Build relationships so that you can anchor yourself in these rough seas. Stay true to your core values.Put Yourself Out on the LineHolding onto the essential you while updating your style, your website, your advertisingand your thinking is the fastest way to the top.Practice your ABCs—action, belief, and courage

"FEDERAL LAW" Don't touch the mail-box .... If you want to know the real deal, why not go to the post office web site or do a search for laws regarding the tampering with a mail... This is not a legal advice forum BTW and I would normally say go ask a lawyer not handful of IMr's...
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