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Coming Thursday-Real Estate Options with Expert, Bill Tan

Coming Thursday-Real Estate Options with Expert, Bill Tan
By Christina Suter on Apr 21, 2014 at 09:16 AM in Real Estate Issues

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing real estate expert Bill Tan, and he discussed using real estate options. Bill Tan Investments buys, sells, and exchanges real estate and mortgage investments for themselves and their clients for profit and cash flow.Bill uses options frequently in his real estate decisions and defines an option as a contract by which a landowner gives the future buyer (the optionee) the right to buy their land at a fixed price at a specified time.

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Good-Hearted Business Owners

Good-Hearted Business Owners
By Christina Suter on Apr 19, 2014 at 05:00 PM in Business Issues

The culture of America as a whole, and among many small business owners is that we don’t want to be thoughtless in our business. It is absolutely possible to be a conscious minded, kind, or good-hearted business owner, and not have it negatively affect your bottom line.

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Good-Hearted Business Owners and Your Bottom Line

Good-Hearted Business Owners and Your Bottom Line
By Christina Suter on Apr 17, 2014 at 07:23 AM in Business Issues

The culture of America as a whole, and among many small business owners is that we don’t want to be thoughtless in our business. It is absolutely possible to be a conscious minded, kind, or good-hearted business owner, and not have it negatively affect your bottom line. Listen today, Thursday, April 17th, to 'Ask Christina First', at 8am and 2pm PT on The AmazingWomenofPowerRadioNetwork www.awoptalk247.com.

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Curb Your Business Expenses

Curb Your Business Expenses
By Christina Suter on Apr 12, 2014 at 03:01 PM in Business Issues

This week I wanted to speak to business owners about how to curb business expenses. Business expenses are broken down into two categories, fixed and variable. Fixed are the core expenses that don’t move a lot, these expenses have a monthly payment commitment, a contract, or an agreement, and require a specific payment amount.

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Curb Your Expenses- Listen Today on the 'Ask Christina First' Radio Show

By Christina Suter on Apr 10, 2014 at 07:00 AM in Business Issues

Do you know your fixed or core business expenses? Do you know which expenses are variable? Today on the 'Ask Christina First' radio show we will discuss how to curb your business expenses by learning what expenses can and should be cut or changed. Tune in today, Thursday, April 10th, to 'Ask Christina First', at 8am and 2pm PT on The AmazingWomenofPowerRadioNetwork www.awoptalk247.com.

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Curb Expenses and Save your Business

Curb Expenses and Save your Business
By Christina Suter on Apr 07, 2014 at 07:36 PM in Business Issues

As a business owner, are you aware of the core or fixed expenses that must be paid for your business to function? Are all of those expenses absolutely necessary? Do you have variable expenses that may need to be assessed for necessity? This Thursday, on the 'Ask Christina First' radio show I will discuss how you can curb your expenses.

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Working Capital. Do you have enough?

Working Capital. Do you have enough?
By Christina Suter on Apr 05, 2014 at 01:01 PM in Business Issues

One of my favorite topics when it comes to helping small business owners is working capital. Working capital is the money you have in reserve for your business. It is the money your business works with on a daily or monthly basis.

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Understanding Working Capital on the 'Ask Christina First' Radio Show

By Christina Suter on Apr 03, 2014 at 07:00 AM in Business Issues

This week on the 'Ask Christina First' radio show, I will be discussing what working capital is, why it is important to have and how much you should have accumulated. This is an important topic for business owners and will help to ensure that your business can survive months where your income is low.

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Understanding Working Capital- Ask Christina First 4/3/2014

By Christina Suter on Mar 31, 2014 at 05:35 PM in Business Issues

Do you understand working capital? As a business owner, do you feel you are short on money or robbing Peter to pay Paul every month? This week, tune into Ask Christina First to understand what working capital is, the importance of having it, and what to do if you feel your business is unsuccessful. Christina will discuss ways you can get your cash management under control and begin to manage your working capital better.

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Promises You Make While Interviewing your New Employees

Promises You Make While Interviewing your New Employees
By Christina Suter on Feb 17, 2014 at 10:16 AM in Business Issues

Your responsibility during the interview is to be mindful of what promises you make and the attitude you have during the interview. What you do and say sets up what the new employee will expect from the environment, from you, and from their job. Your objective and goal will be to set them, and ultimately yourself, up for success. Read More: GroundLevel-Consulting.com/Articles

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