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Money If You Have No Money And Want To Start A Business

these programs are hard to find but we have located over 150 such programs. They are normally non-profit organizations that are trying to help people start their own little small business. You’ll have to do a lot of searching to find them all. A good place to start is a free database that keeps track of some of these groups.

Visit: www.microenterpriseworks.org/services/PYEP/PYEPmain.htm

48000 Per Year To Get A Graduate Degree In Homeland Security

A lot of students complain to me that they have a hard time finding more for graduate school. Well this certainly looks like a growth industry and the government is willing to pay for you to get into it. The program is called Department of Homeland Security Scholars.

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70 Discount On College Books

just like prescription drugs, college text books cost a lot less in Europe than they do in the United States so 2 enterprising college students have made a nice business helping students save big on school books. I have to tell this to my 2 boys who are in college …

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Is Grant Money Taxable?

The answer to this is the same answer to any good question, It Depends. Some grants are taxable and some are not. If you get a grant to start a business, I would assume you would have to treat that as taxable income but you would probably not pay any taxes on it because you would use the money to buy business deductible items like computers, office space, advertising etc. Grants and scholarships in excess of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment are considered taxable income. Grants given to veterans not taxable. A lot of grants given out to pay your energy bills or help pay your mortgage are not taxable.

Visit: www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p525.pdf

Business Incubators Are Bargains And

can provide access to money, flexibility for growth, counseling services, tax services and a lot of comfort in the beginning years of a business. These can be non-profit organizations or for-profit. They are something to consider if you are starting out. For more info or to locate incubators in your area contact: National Business Incubator Association

Visit: www.nbia.org.