Monthly Archives: August 2011

Code Section 1202: Let’s Hope It Doesn’t Expire

Lofty economic theories about economics and taxes are all the rage now-a-days. Plenty of people are chiming in with ideas on how to solve our economic woes. We’ve heard from, among others, Warren Buffett, Michael Arrington, Seattle’s own Andy Liu … Continue reading

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Peeking Behind the Curtain of The Incorporation Transparency Act

“Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain! The great OZ has spoken!” – Wizard of OZ, 1939. There have been profound changes to the legal rights of all Americans since 9/11, initiated by both local and national legislators. … Continue reading

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5 Rules of the Road For Private Company Financings

The SEC Has New Rules: Please Click Here to See the Updated Information On Private Financings

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Mobile Games Go Up, Way up

While the global economy crumbles, mobile games have finally hit the hockey stick. US revenue from mobile games is expected to nearly double this year compared to 2010 thanks to a growing base of users on game-friendly Smartphones, easy to … Continue reading

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The Moonlighting Survival Guide

If another entrepreneur tries to tell you that they haven’t leaned back in their home office late at night after working a 16-hour day and asked themselves, “What was I thinking,” they’re lying.  One of the hardest things about realizing … Continue reading

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