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Beanie Babies and Economic Bubbles

Beanie Babies and Economic Bubbles

Posted on 26. Aug, 2009 by .

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Karen Blumenthal wrote an interesting article in the Wall Street Journal August 25, 2009 entitled “How I Got Burned by Beanie Babies“.  She relates her experience in the Beanie Baby hype to recent bubbles we’ve experienced.  The article is not ground-breaking, but it deals with a lesson that never seems to sink in.  The article […]

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How Your Small Businesses Can Survive a Recession

How Your Small Businesses Can Survive a Recession

Posted on 17. Nov, 2008 by .

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Being in the Silicon Valley during the current economic crisis has been interesting. It has been especially insightful to compare the “Dot Com” crash 8 years ago to the current crisis and to see how the crashes have effected businesses differently. I was surprised to realize that many businesses, especially in the tech sector, learned […]

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How Many Deductions to Take on Your W-4

How Many Deductions to Take on Your W-4

Posted on 06. Mar, 2007 by .

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A lot of people say that by taking the least amount of deductions you can “get a bigger refund” come tax time. The bigger refund, however, is only the result of Uncle Sam taking too much from your paycheck each month…

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