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Assuming this is a search campaign, you should be able to see if any new competitors are regularly showing for your keywords. I would also investigate if CPCs have changed (or just conversion rate), how your impression share has changed, and how your average position has changed. If their campa...

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Hi there, I am a former PWC Chartered Accountant now helping small companies and accountants improve their business. Check out our websites www.theprofitablefirm.com (for accountants) and www.financedirectorservices (for small businesses - under construction). It depends what sort of workflow y...

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Great question. Check out this link: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Do-I-have-to-File-a-Tax-Return%3F PLEASE go speak to a professional about this. You might call one of the tax dudes here on Clarity (go figure...). In the past I have always filed a return -- even if taxes were not owed. It buttons t...

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Here are some tricks that work for me: + Laser the audience so that they are the best fit for the offer. Using interests, age, location, etc. or you will just flush money down the toilet. + Make sure ad images & copy match the landing page style so it feels seamless as visitors click thru + Op...

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How many new clients and what types of clients (individual, business)? Local? Here is a pick list of strategies I know work: If he has a large, satisfied base, use them for referrals and to get their friends to seminars that he hosts. He could partner with a stock brokerage firm (they usually don...

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Yes. I will also add that you need to document what the funds are for: equity or debt. A lot people fund their companies with a personal loan to the company for tax reasons.

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That sounds right, but in my experience it's a good idea to get the W9 before you pay them anything. Vendors have a tendency not to get you that information when you need it, especially if you only use them periodically. I have found the best way to be sure you get the W9 is to have them submit i...

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Likely your best avenue is to call H&R Block Executive Tax services. There might be one in your country. If not, just pick one from any US City. I'm in Austin, Texas + have been using them for years. They're way cheaper than a CPA + tend to stay current on new tax code, far better than a CPA, ...

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Basically, any money you put into the business with personal funds is a loan into the business to be paid back. Lets say you put in $10. At the end of the year you profit $100 dollars. That $100 goes back to you as owner, however only $90 of it is considered taxable money since the 10 is just a p...

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The answer depends on your situation: You could be a start-up that is more concerned with not blowing tons of money, or you could be in a rush to be done. In both situations, your objective is to find inventory sources that work quickly and then massively scale into those inventory sources. I am ...

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