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Retirement is a Bankrupt Industrial Age Idea

This blog was originally written by Charles Blakeman.  You can find the original blog in its entirety here. Shut up. Sit down. Live invisibly. Go out quietly. “I’m working on my third book “Retirement is a Bankrupt Industrial Age Idea” … Continue reading

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A Lack of Security

Do you remember when everyone had a job and people donated to the local volunteer Fire company and Ambulance corps?  When we gave our fair share to the church, to the poor, to the various school fund-raisers, for golf outings or for … Continue reading

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Ergonomics for Accountants

SMALL BUSINESS LOSS CONTROL TIPS I got this a few years ago from an insurance carrier.  I don’t have the credits to who wrote it originally, but as tax time is looming I wanted to share this with all of … Continue reading

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Oh Brave New World with Such Legislation In It!

WE HAVE YOUR SMALL BUSINESS SURVIVAL GUIDE “You know something’s happening here, but you don’t know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones?” –Bob Dylan, Balled of a Thin Man Man, oh man, oh man, oh man.  They were wrong … Continue reading

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