Monthly Archives: September 2010

‘Death of Email’ Pronouncement Premature – A Great Synopsis vs. Social Media

This links to a great little article that says that a big distinction between email and social media is the difference between Actual audience and Potential audience. As I have suspected, research shows that “very, very few – less than … Continue reading

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Section 179 Deduction Heading To $500K!

The Small Business Act passed by the Senate last week is expected to become law. For 2010 and 2011 it raised the 179 depreciation election from $250,000 (which was set to expire for 2011) to $500,000! The phaseout limit was … Continue reading

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Taxes: What People Forget About Reagan

There is a great article in CNNMoney.com at http://budurl.com/CNNMoneyTaxesReagan. Those who pine after Reagan, the patron saint of lower taxes and smaller government, may be surprised to see that tax revenues and federal spending actually ROSE during his administration! Check … Continue reading

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Information Overload – What To Do?

A Wall St. Journal reader quoted from T. S. Eliot’s  poem “The Rock” (1934): “Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?”   The reader was responding to a great article by … Continue reading

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