Man. What a moment. Jack Hoffman (a 7 year old) getting to run a play on the Husker Red/White game for a 68 yard touchdown. Get your tissue box out if you’re gonna watch this video:
Here’s a link to the full story actually from UNL.
Childhood cancer sure is real. Here’s a client that’s doing something about it if you want to donate: www.ibackjack.org
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Took it down to the wire this year, but did get my 2012 corporate tax return done on time again… 3rd year in a row! Many thanks to my tax crew for helping me do something I have never done in 15 years… get a tax return done on time, for 3 straight years!
Man small business gets screwed doing business nationwide in the US. It’s just amazing how we as small businesses get the burden peuked on us to cover everyone else’s problems. Amazing how much money I spend to state governments and the IRS.
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Posting my 2012 Tax Return online again – This is what it’s like doing business in the US
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A year ago I took email and texting off of my cell phone to attempt to be a better family man. I felt too connected to work. You can read more about my original post here: http://www.northwestregisteredagent.com/blog/general-business/no-more-email-on-my-cell-phone/
I wasn’t sure I could make it 30 days without email on my cell phone… Heck, I wasn’t sure I could make it 2 days without it!! I’m happy to announce that a YEAR later I have not put email back on my cell phone, and I really don’t think I ever will again. As a small business owner, I think one of our biggest struggles is separating work and personal life (As I’m writing this at 11:45 at night…)
Unhitching myself from 24/7 email connectivity to my business has been one of the best personal things I have done in the last 5 years or so. It’s been awesome!
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We answer a ton of questions daily.
We get questions from veteran business owners, and people just starting out. We get all kinds of questions, ranging from the elementary to the complex. We use our vast experience to answer our client’s questions correctly.
What are some of the types of questions we answer?
One of the most often asked questions has to do with entity types. People want to know which we consider the better choice, a corporation or an LLC. As nice as it would be to have a definitive answer, conditions change from state to state. You may decide an LLC works for you in Delaware, but not in New York for instance. It ultimately comes down to a personal choice, but you have to admit it is a whole lot easier to make a decision if you aware of all the little details.
Matt Cutts has decided to start his year by taking some time off.
Taking time off is a double edge sword. There are benefits to taking some time off, and some real benefits to staying in the fight and getting things done.
- The good thing about taking some time off is you can get some things done. For example, there is that deep house cleaning you have been meaning to get to, and didn’t your house need painting?
- If that sounds more like work than the work you are doing maybe staying in bed is more your style. Just lie there for a while. Feel better yet?
I was introduced to the I Back Jack Foundation this last week. In the middle of a crazy start to the year, I came to a screeching halt when a good client of mine sent me an email about a new nonprofit he needed registered agent service for. I had no idea it was for his son.
The I Back Jack Foundation originated because of Jack Bartosz. Jack Bartosz was diagnosed with some crazy type of cancer as a 4 year old. He ultimately lost his life to this horrible disease, and the Bartosz family founded the I Back Jack Foundation to promote research of rare childhood cancers. You can see their mission statement here:
2012 The year I gave up on a balanced life