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    Peter Johnson, Jr. weighs in

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    There are two categories of tasks that keep the financial machine running smoothly -- essential tasks and beneficial tasks. Most people recognize the essential tasks...

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  1. Charities short-changed

    Charity Navigator CEO Ken Berger says many dollars going to charities are actually being paid to telemarketers.

  2. How to eliminate annoying robocalls

    On a single day in mid-December, Nancy Duke's phone rang three times with the same pre-recorded sales pitch. It claimed that the Elgin, Texas, resident could win $3,...

  3. Faxes May Cost Small Business Owner Up to $48M

    Legal directory publisher Doug Walburg, owner of Mariposa Publishing, is battling a class-action suit for allegedly violating an FCC rule with his company’s faxed advertisements.

  4. AmEx Settles Charges Over Deceptive Practices

    American Express (NYSE: AXP) on Tuesday announced a $76 million settlement with several banking regulators over charges subsidiaries of the credit card company used ...

  5. Good, Old-Fashioned Word-of-Mouth

    There is one kind of marketing that money can’t buy – is it working for your business? That and more in the latest LOL-inducing, insightful and character-limited words of wisdom that helped me run my business this week.

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    Megyn reveals celeb's favorite Fox anchor

  7. 5 Ways to Help Your Parents Prepare for Retirement

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