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Wednesday, 28 January 2015 04:44
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A young woman with brain paralysis in Yuncheng, Shanxi province has successfully established an online business selling apples, and operates her computer using only her chin and nose.

In 2007, Guo’s brother brought a computer home, and she learned to maneuver it using her nose to type and her chin to scroll on the touchpad. She became internet-savvy, and expanded her social network online. Last year, she decided to start her own online shop selling apples grown by her family.

Guo takes care of the sales online while her family packs and ships the apples.

 
Wednesday, 28 January 2015 02:00
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What if there was a way to find your ideal customers on social media?

Franchising: “why the future franchise will look nothing like today’s” in the WSJ.

Good news for somebody: consumers are giddy; businesses, not so much.

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Jetson-esque music: from a space aged piano.

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The Franchise King has a problem with franchise rankings. Don’t we all?

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Legal Marijuana is now the fastest growing industry in the US.

Wednesday, 28 January 2015 02:00
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What if there was a way to find your ideal customers on social media?

Franchising: “why the future franchise will look nothing like today’s” in the WSJ.

Good news for somebody: consumers are giddy; businesses, not so much.

Niche Biz, not for the squeamish: Tapeworm Diet.

Move over boxed wine — coming soon: beer in cardboard bottles.

3D movies? That’s old news. This company is making five virtual reality movies this year.3D movies? That’s old news. This company is making five virtual reality movies this year.

Jetson-esque music: from a space aged piano.

Bored? Here are four movies every entrepreneur should watch.

I don’t get it: toyota now is selling higher-yielding rice.

The Franchise King has a problem with franchise rankings. Don’t we all?

Only in China: American apples are big business.
More franchise news: Franchise associations are a common voice for griping.

Niche biz: superstorms are a business opportunity for retail supply chains.Niche biz: superstorms are a business opportunity for retail supply chains.

Interesting read: How PAPER Magazine’s web engineers got ready for Kim Kardashian’s back-end (SFW).

Legal Marijuana is now the fastest growing industry in the US.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 07:58
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The most popular way to fund a business, be it a franchise or a business opportunity, under $200,000 is by using what’s called a rollover for a business start-up (ROBS). It’s just a like a 401k, except instead of investing in a company on the stock exchange, you’re investing in yourself and your business.

This isn’t the same as borrowing against your 401k, and hence, there are fewer (or no) penalties or limitations. Instead, you’re investing your 401k assets in yourself and your own business.

We ran a guest post from a company that provides this service late last year called Guidant Financial.

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 05:54
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Business startup expenses are categorized differently from standard business expenses. Distinguishing between the two depends on when the cost is incurred.

In the eyes of the IRS, you are technically in “startup phase” until you open up your doors for business, or until you start earning income from the business—whichever comes first. Your costs during this period are categorized as startup costs.

Once you have launched or made your first sale, costs are categorized as business expenses.

However, not everything can be claimed as a startup expense during the startup phase. First, we’ll look at what you cannot deduct, and move on the what you will be able to deduct during the startup phase of your business.

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