California & Arizona attorney,previously a Director of Rexall Showcase International, an international e-commerce home based business focusing on natural health remedies and sports nutritionals. I analyze all sorts of home based busineses for clients as well as franchise operations, joint ventures, etc. I can tell you what to look for in a good opportunity and what to stay away from. I don't do homework questions and I'm not looking for a business opportunity. If I can help you assess one or more of them, let me know.
Presently a financial planner specializing in fixed, indexed insurance products (Life and Annuities) and impaired risk cases. Formerly a distributor with Amway for many years and a director of Rexall Showcase International. Do what I did and check the fruit on the tree for yourself.
Business management degree from the University of New Mexico; Doctorate of Law (JD) degree from Lincoln Law School, Sacramento, CA. Admitted to practice before the Ninth Circuit, Arizona and California.
People can truly achieve financial independence with out going broke to get it....strange statement but some well known mlm's focus more on selling their associates $6.00 cassette tapes weekly and expensive seminars, instead of getting them profitable quickly. Do your "due diligence" investigation--I'll help!
Enlighten people as to the good, bad and ugly as regards network marketing/distribution, and e-commerce.
Take your advice from those who are already successful. If you want to learn about graduating from high school, ask someone who has done so; not a drop-out. It never hurts to ask pointed questions about income to people proposing to sponsor you into a networking business; "let me see the check" is my favorite line. If all you get in response is excuses, exercise caution.
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No. Any ad you see for "make money at home stuffing envelopes" etc requires you to send them money first and they write back "run an ad like we did and help people make money by stuffing envelopes -- they
I'm not sure how you can ever get something taken down off the intenet once it's there; but then there are a lot of folks out there with the same name (if you google me you'll find an electronic engineer
You have a lot of issues going on here. First, if you sell the business that includes the rental house, how is it you'll move back into the house? Won't it be sold with the business? Next, I strongly
Ask to see their paychecks or proof of earnings. That's where reality sets in. If all they have to show for their efforts is promises thus far, you have a decision to make. Good luck! Be careful of
You might want to take a look at Wyoming for your incorporation as they also have no state tax and are still very business friendly. I like the LLC form of ownership, but S corp passes through all the
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