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Preparing for the Sale of a Business

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By: Edward L. Fixen The following list summarizes what I believe are the top factors that affect and influence business owner’s ability to sell their business and should be considered years in advance to prepare for the sale of any business. If you have given any thought to selling in …

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Harnessing Strengths

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When was the last time you sat across from someone, either trying to be hired or the one hiring, and had the question arise: “What is your biggest weakness?” Why would anyone ask that question? Most of the time you are going to get an answer that has been canned …

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Local private investigator specializes in workers compensation cases

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Jeff Stewart, founder of an Inland private investigation agency, has seen some strange cases during his 26 years on the job. One even involved mayonnaise. Meet Jeff Stewart, the man who helped solve The Great Mayonnaise Caper. Stewart, is chief executive officer of SIS Investigations in Rancho Cucamonga, which specializes …

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Inland job market perks up

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The Inland Empire’s job market improved during the last two months, with several sectors showing significant improvement in the face a tough recovery. Overall, the two-county region’s unemployment rate was 9.8 percent during September and October, down from 10.5 percent in August, according to data released today by the state …

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Built Like A Bank

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Building your personal financial holdings is akin to building a castle. It is important to build it in the right order and with the proper structure. If you skip steps in the process, your castle can be at risk. How does one know if they are building their castle correctly? …

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Don’t PARK in the Comfort Zone!

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“Minds, like bodies, will fall into a pimpled, ill-conditioned state from mere excess of comfort.” Charles Dickens Most of us have a thermostat that regulates the temperature in our house. The “comfort zone” is the range of temperature that is not too hot and not too cold; just comfortable. Your …

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