This time of year, tax returns are on all of our minds. We may want to shop for a "bargain" by taking a write-off (or write-offs) that may be a little too aggressive or questionable. We may want to save the most we can and not pay Uncle Sam any more than we need to.
But at the same time, we want to minimize our chances of an audit. And that's a sound goal.read more
February 16-17, 2016 | The Greater Fort Lauderdale-Broward County Convention Center
SUP-X: The StartUp Expo, is a two day international conference and expo that will attract 1500+ startup and early-stage entrepreneurs, angel and VC investors and related service providers from throughout North America.
Emcee: Gary Bredow, PBS "Startup" TV Series Hostread more
Security Breaches and Your Small Business
The Start-Up television series features entrepreneurs from across the United States who face tough challenges making their dreams into reality. Getting a business off the ground can be an emotional ride for an individual “wearing many hats” and trying to find a balance between family and business.read more
At some point, each entrepreneur featured on an episode of Start Up has had to redefine themselves on their way to success. Start Up producers Gary Bredow and Jennifer Feterovich are no different from the entrepreneurs they feature on the show. "Lost employment inspires a bit of soul-searching. It forced a lot of people to look within and maybe think about what they always wanted to do,” Bredow says.read more
For anyone who has played or followed the great American sport of football, it doesn’t take long to learn that it is the “intangibles” that separate a “good” player from a “great” player. To have success, one must play with great emotion, heart, desire, determination, toughness, focus and passion. After being drafted to the NFL in 1978 by the Detroit Lions, Al “Bubba” Baker was named Defensive Rookie of the Year with an astounding twenty-three sacks in his first season. He played five seasons with the Lions, and went on to play for several other NFL teams including the St. Louis Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, and Cleveland Browns. By the time he finished his career in 1990 at age thirty-four, Bubba had been named to three Pro Bowls and earned legendary status as one of the anchors of the “Silver Rush.” He even had five sacks in one game - a team record for the Detroit Lions that still stands today.read more