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5 Tips for Tax Season

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Mar 22nd | Finance

It’s that time again, Tax Season. This time can be considered stressful for tax preparers; however, it can also be dreadful for taxpayers that may OWE and exciting for taxpayers expecting REFUNDS! I have prepared my own taxes and others several years now. There are a few tips I can offer to reduce stress levels for all and the IRS

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Drive into your Destiny

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Mar 17th | Corporate Climbers

When thinking about your career growth and development, think of it as a brand new car. The first thing you noticed when making this relation, is that you are in the driver seat and in control. Often time we hear this, yet I

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Winning & Losing

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Mar 1st | Motivational Savings

Can you think of a better feeling than accomplishing a goal then making a huge check next to that goal on your things to do list? Or landing a big client, nailing a presentation? You feel like the world is your oyster. You have a particular

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Teamwork Makes The Dream Work

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Mar 1st | Business Banter

Last summer was the largest free agency for the NBA. Of these free agents, one of the most crucial was Lebron James. During a televised interview with Jim Gray, Lebron announced he was joining Dwayne Wade, Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat to compete for a NBA title. Naturally

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Welcome

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Feb 13th | Uncategorized

Does business and finance talk have to be boring?

I didn’t think so either.

Welcome to WEALTHfaire! A blog for entrepreneurs, executives, professionals and anyone who enjoys reading about business and finance.

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Don’t Be a Worker Drone

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Feb 13th | Corporate Climbers

I have a good friend that has aspirations of becoming a musician. He always tells me, “If I don’t make it big, I’ll just have to be a worker drone.” He views a worker drone as anyone that has a day job.

I define the term “worker drone” a little differently than he does. I do not consider a worker drone as someone who has a career in a large corporation or anyone with a nine-to-five. I have the utmost respect for anyone who works hard every day to put food

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Keep It Moving

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Feb 13th | Motivational Savings

Following your dreams is tough. Who said it would be easy? But as the saying goes, anything worth fighting for is worth having. Being a dream catcher comes with a fair amount of setbacks. If not handled properly, these setbacks can cause serious blows to a person’s confidence, resulting in possible anxiety and excessive worry that may begin to fester for days and days like that plate of take out in the back of your fridge.

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What We’ve Learned From The Recession

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Feb 13th | Finance

To say the recession has been a monstrosity is an understatement. To say it has been one of the worst if not THE worst economic meltdowns is more accurate. But to be candid: it downright sucks.

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Keep Your Ears Closed

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Feb 13th | Finance

We’ve all heard the old adage, “keep your mouth shut and ears and eyes open.”

From a financial perspective, I wonder if that may be part of the problem.

With all the forms of communication now

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Are You Marketing To Me?

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Feb 13th | Business Banter

If you understand the basics of marketing then you know the images used in advertisements are supposed to be a reflection of the consumer that company wants. Simple enough, right? We tend to pay attention to commercials that include people who reflect our age and race, or we may respond to messages about what is hot, cool and trendy. These companies want that light bulb to turn on in your head and your debit card to swipe as soon as possible.

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