• It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney
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    It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney

    Hey, let’s face it we’re all a little financially broken it’s hard to bring it all together and make sense of Where we should be putting our money and how to make a little bit more how to get out of debt Folks we all need a financial intervention once in a while This video is going to bring it together and give you some really helpful resources Now my name’s mark Kohler and I’m a CPA attorney best-selling author a radio show host but and a partner in a CPA firm in a law firm and the reason why I share that is Because I have consultations with clients…

  • How to Define the (Customer) Relationship: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #10
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    How to Define the (Customer) Relationship: Crash Course Entrepreneurship #10

    Like any committed relationship, the relationship between a business and its customers needs nurturing. And that shouldn’t come as a surprise! I mean, we’ve already mentioned customers over 100 times in this series. We need customers to run a successful business, and naturally they’re going to have certain expectations. So we want to make sure we deliver on those expectations and develop those relationships as our business develops. I’m Anna Akana, and this is Crash Course Business: Entrepreneurship. [Theme Music Plays] So the first question we have to ask ourselves is: what kind of relationship do we want with our customers? We daydream about building our perfect partner for me…

  • Two minutes with a brilliant billionaire: politics, legislation and tax
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    Two minutes with a brilliant billionaire: politics, legislation and tax

    you made the rules in 1986… I didn’t try to sneak around the back door or sneak underneath this. These rules were made in 1986. I read the rules, said “what am I allowed to do?” and that’s exactly what we’ve done! Now why do you want to change the rules again? This is the first… What’s happened with this operation going on now is exactly what those rules were put in place for! It’s the first time it’s been used. It’s exactly what they were put in place for and we have obeyed them absolutely. Why do you want to change the rules again? I mean since I grew…

  • Andrew Rigie Talks Impact of Minimum Wage Legislation on Restaurant Industry
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    Andrew Rigie Talks Impact of Minimum Wage Legislation on Restaurant Industry

    So Additional minimum wage increase right now can be a huge addition of labor cost. You’re talking about thirteen dollars an hour. and for tipped employees who are currently paid up five dollars an hour but when you calculate their tips they often earn many multiples of the minimum wage. You know bring that up to thirteen dollars eliminating a tip credit could be a 130% labor increase so that’s a lot of money for the restaurant industry who relies heavily on waiters and waitresses and bartenders and then just general businesses. A couple dollars per an hour through the week for each employee, it really adds up. At the…

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    What Can You Learn from Your Competition?: Crash Course Business Entrepreneurship #4

    We’re used to competitions with clear winners and losers: baseball games, math olympiads, pie-eating contests, and games involving thrones. We crown a victor and everyone else goes home empty-handed [– or when you play the game of thrones, you win or you die.] In business, though, there isn’t just one winner. In today’s world, there are very few actual monopolies, or markets with a single seller. Participation trophies actually mean something! So as entrepreneurs, we have to take stock in the middle of the competition, and ask the question: “how competitive am I?” Our competitors are more than happy to answer this for us — maybe not with words, but…