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The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 1. Business Ideas (Business Motivation - Drive - Vision - Inspiration - Tips - Sensibility - Intuition – Savvy – Advice - Management) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a book of resources and ideas of how to go into business for yourself or be in business working for others. It contains a large resource section for existing business owners with a section... More > on government assistance to business in all facets including world trade. I give you the nuts & bolts template about how to run any type of business. There are other books that give you specific ideas about what kind of business to start. You have to work hard, at least initially in any business you get into. If it catches on, you could make a lot of money later on but virtually everybody has to pay their dues upfront. Pretty well all self-made millionaires have made their fortunes through entrepreneurship, selling things. I don't particularly like how the media offers education on how to start and run a business because they're all about hype.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 13. Canadian Real Estate Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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Canadian real estate is basically the same as American real estate. Find books at #332.63-333.33 or HD137-HD1379 at the library. Because of the cold weather, house prices generally go down by 5%... More > or more between December and February when people get cabin fever and want to sell quickly to get it over with. When a recession hits, house prices go down. Canada has the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp. The CMHC is the government's national housing agency. It can help first-time home buyers with mortgage loan insurance, information and occasionally has home assistance programs. There is a 7 percent GST on the purchase of a new home by its first owner. If the home is priced under $350 000, you can get a rebate that brings the GST down to 4.48 percent of the home price. At house prices over $350 000, the GST increases incrementally until it is 7 percent at amounts over $450 000. GST is charged on services rendered such as the real estate agent's commission.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 13. World Business - Trade Guide 1 (Doing Business Worldwide) By Tony Kelbrat
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The main reason for going global is that you can increase market share dramatically. If your products are general and can be bought anywhere, you might not do so hot but if you can find emerging... More > markets for your common goods, they could take off. Eastern Europe, Mexico and some parts of Africa are ripe for common capitalist goods. The second way to make it is to be a specialist. Offer a unique, niche product or service that very few people have and the world market is yours. Would you believe that up until a few years ago, the average Chinese citizen had never seen a potato chip in their lives but now Lays is over there growing potatoes trying to make them adapt to this "new" snack food. Be good at what you do but also learn to be good at world trade, to get your product into the customer's hands as quickly and simply as possible. Research the air cargo and air package delivery services well so the information is right at your fingertips for quick use.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 12. Canadian Business Guide (Loads of Knowledge for Canadian Enterpreneurs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Register your business name with your Provincial Business Registry. See what they say about business services. Register with Canada Revenue Agency for a business tax number for HST... More > collection. Open a business account with your bank under the company name. If operating at home, set up your office. If you need commercial space, find it. Get internet communications, email, website. If hiring employees, contact agencies like The Labour Standards Office, The Workers Compensation Board and Canada Revenue Agency. Canadian Business Service Centers (CBSC) are government-run places geared to help business owners with knowledge and other resources. Business Information System (BIS) is a business resource databank with lots of information on it.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 8. People Have to Know You Exist (Advertising, Marketing, Promotion, Publicity, Public Relations) By Tony Kelbrat
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There was a good documentary series on CBC radio called The Age of Persuasion which was made up of dozens of half hour shows about advertising created by Terry O'Reilly (not the right-wing Fox talk... More > show host). It could still be there in the archives. He covers everything from the beginnings of advertising to using God to sell product. Other than that, if you go to #659.1 at the library, you'll find a handful of books on advertising. Terry O'Reilly says you have to be authentic, modest and deliver more than you promise. If you pretend to be authentic but you're fake, the people will see it and stay away in droves, extra hard than if you were just neutral, not denying the fact that you're a money-hungry exploiter and only pretend to help people with your public image. Don't pretend you're something you're not. It's ok to be a greedy capitalist as long as you deliver a great product. If you're fake, you will get found out. The deal nowadays is that everybody says they aren't influenced by advertising.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 7. Minority Business - Job Guide (Black, Asian, Arab, Hispanic, Jewish, Native, Gay, Women, Seniors (Over 50), Youth, Young Adults, College Students) By Tony Kelbrat
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Most successful women in business are the ones who give time to raising their children and being with their husbands because they're happier that way. As a woman, you should be naturally more... More > friendly, sociable, sensitive and team-oriented than men in general. Use it to your advantage. Don't scheme your way to the top. Do it by being friendly, loving and practicing the golden rule. Respect others. Share your ideas and encourage them to share their ideas. Don't sacrifice your ethics, standards or femininity to succeed. You should be able to make it on being a good person rather than all that toughness, firmness, bad ass, barbarian business diatribe that permeates the current business culture. How you present yourself, how ladylike or masculine you are speaks more about your character than your position, job title or status. Don't be a slave. There are many women out there working for a few bucks an hour or working careers that suck everything out of them.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 11. Nonprofit Business - Job Book (Socially Conscious Business, Volunteering Opportunities) By Tony Kelbrat
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Nonprofit status means that the company cannot disperse its profit as bonuses among its employees. They can make money, pay regular salaries to their employees, advertise and reinvest their profits... More > by putting them back into the corporation. By setting up a non-profit organization, you can accept donations of equipment from businesses and individuals who want to help the community and they get the benefit of obtaining tax write-offs for their old equipment. The structure of non-profit organizations is narrowly defined according by the Internal Revenue Service and the qualifying groups usually divide up into educational, religious, artistic or social service organizations. A non-profit organization exhibits certain characteristics. It is incorporated and set up to achieve public goals. It is exempt from federal taxes under IRS code section 501 (c) (3). It is also at least partially exempt from state, county and city taxes.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 10. Buying & Selling a Business By Tony Kelbrat
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Within the business of buying and selling businesses, some industry players in a particular business/ industry create equations of what the business should be sold for like six times the annual... More > profit or something like that but the truth is that every business is unique. Formulas don't really apply. If you're looking to buy a business, do your due diligence research and use your intuitive insight to get a feel for it. These are the best of times and the worst of times. The same holds true today in the buying and selling of a business as was the case in Dickens' times when he started his novel A Tale of Two Cities with the above statement. It's the same with any generic piece of real estate. Even though the general economy will somewhat determine the market overall, with lower prices in a bust economy and higher prices in a boom economy, most businesses are treated as individual entities regardless of the conditions in the economy. If the business is good, it will sell at a reasonable price.< Less
The "People Power" Business Superbook: Book 9. Getting Money, Managing Cash Flow (Financial Planning, Accounting, Payroll, Inventory Control, Collecting Debts, Business Loan, Venture Capital) By Tony Kelbrat
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Most aspiring entrepreneurs go to their local banks to borrow money but they are routinely rejected. If you live in a boom area, it's easier to get a business loan. Cash businesses like... More > restaurants, bars, stores, etc. often won't get a business loan because there is a temptation to hide the cash and default on the loan. In general, the three major ways to get money to start a business are: Business Loan. Do it all by yourself. Get an investor or partner. If you expect to get either a loan or an investor, at the very least, you have to write a business plan. Even with a finely honed business plan, chances are that by itself, you will get nothing. You have to start the company yourself, even if on a shoestring, do some business, operate for awhile before outside investors or banks start to look at you as a worthy risk. The best you can do is run your small business as good as you can and network around to build professional relationships.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 3 . Banks, Loans, Credit, Debt, Bankruptcy, Debit Cards By Tony Kelbrat
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Banks are in business to make money by lending money to consumers and business people. They are for-profit institutions. The banks loan money in return for the repayment of the principal plus... More > interest over a set period of time. Banking is highly regulated by both state and federal laws that apply to banking transactions. There are generally four types of bank accounts: Savings accounts Checking accounts Linking accounts Joint accounts With a savings account, you save your money, possibly get a low interest rate on it and can't write checks on it. some banks charge a fee for opening a savings account. You can get an ATM card which will permit you to take money out at ATM machines. Some savings accounts offer a high-interest rate if you keep a minimum balance like $1000 or more. A Certificate of deposit (CD) is not an account. You agree to put a specific amount of money away for a certain amount of time (three months or longer) for the highest interest rate around.< Less

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