Laurie Quinn
I have seen firsthand how relationships with spouses, siblings, children, and colleagues can be affected when we have to take an active role in someone else’s care.  The value of planning ahead allows us to orchestrate our own care rather than administer it.  Having a skilled caregiver there for our loved ones to assist with bathing, eating, dressing, transferring (getting out of a bed or chair), and toileting allows us to spend quality time doing other things that have more meaning for them and us. 

National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) member Linda Hollander, the Wealthy Bag Lady, is a 20-year entrepreneur and author of the best-seller Bags to Riches: 7 Success Secrets for Women in Business. She teaches entrepreneurial women about small business success, and is the founder of the Women’s Small Business Expo. Here are her suggestions for creating a professional and effective business card.

Jatinder Singh
I remember the day I left my full time job to invest in myself. That day there was as much fear in me as the will to be my own boss. I was not sure how I would end up, but I definitely knew where to begin. It helped being a CPA and having helped many other business owners realize their dreams. Here are seven steps that are very vital for the success of your business.

Home-based businesses are fast becoming a popular way to operate your small company, while reducing expensive start-up costs such as leasing space, lease hold improvements, utility and phone deposits and major office equipment.

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