The High Cost of Crowdfunding

You’ve probably seen a crowdfunding campaign in one of your social media feeds or in the news. Crowdfunding is a way to bypass traditional lenders and funders and raise money from the public – through the collective efforts of friends, family, customers, investors and people who just want to help. There are dozens of crowdfunding […]

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Don’t Miss These Tax Deductions

Tax Deductions You May Be Missing By Mark P. Cussen, CFP®, CMFC, AFC When it comes to filing taxes, getting the best returns is not about skill – it’s about what you know. Unfortunately, many taxpayers miss out on deductions and credits simply because they just aren’t aware of them. Several of the most overlooked […]

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A Bad Review Is Forever: How to Counter Online Complaints

Andrew Gruel, chef and owner of the Slapfish restaurant chain, responds to about 50 online reviews a day, positive or negative. Credit: Emily Berl for The New York Times For the California restaurateur Andrew Gruel, poor online reviews demand rapid responses. One of his new Slapfish restaurants, serving sustainable seafood, was hit this year with […]

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