Glamorous Celebrity Deaths and Minimal Taxes in 2010 :: Women on.

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As we read year-end and best-of 2010 articles and watch the tribute shows, take a moment to try to add up the cumulative wealth of those being remembered. As a result, we started 2010 with no estate tax, and the year was fraught with controversy about how to handle estate planning.

3 Important Things I Learned About Social Media in 2010 :: Women.

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This year of 2010 has been a revelation to me as to the ins and outs of Social Media. Networking began in the human world where people met face-to-face to exchange names and ideas.

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New Tax Bill Allows RMD as Gifts to Charity :: Women on Business

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This rule has been in effect in past years and has been resurrected for 2010 and 2011. Also, since the bill was passed so late in the year, taxpayers can make a RMD gift made through January 2011 attributable to the 2010 tax year.

Still holding on to “life's leg warmers?” What would Jane Fonda.

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By Laura Nozicka In an interview with Oprah Winfrey on October 27, 2010, Jane Fonda astutely said, “Wisdom is knowing what you don’t need anymore.”

But My Business Is Different… | N2Growth Blog

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Be an Advocate for Yourself :: Women on Business

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Health, Wellness, and a Giveaway to WomenonBusiness Readers

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To enter for a chance to win (United States and Canada residents only): How to enter: 1) Become a member of FreeThrive.com [link] by December 17, 2010 2) Follow @monicadear and @freethrive on Twitter and let us know your username at FreeThrive.com That’s it!

How To Have A Scroogeless Holiday-5 Charitable Giving Strategies.

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Although charitable giving is reported to be slightly up for the first nine months of 2010, giving in general is significantly down from prior years and charities are still struggling to stay alive.

WHY WOMEN'S NATURAL SOFTER SKILLS ARE COMING TO THE FORE IN BUSINESS

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Chick Flicks and Leadership :: Women on Business

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Bad Boss Blues « Survive Your Promotion!

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A word of caution – some managers will become defensive and/or reject direct feedback, but it’s always best to try to work things out directly before moving on to engaging other resources. Contact me to find out about tools and resources you can use to keep from being the bad boss!

Is a Corporate Board Seat in Your Future? :: Women on Business

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The Season for Giving

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Glamorous Celebrity Deaths and Minimal Taxes in 2010 Guest post by Lena Rizkallah (learn more about Lena at.

5 Important Things to Remember as an Entrepreneur :: Women on Business

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Why is it so darn easy to say NO?

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Categories : customer service 2 Comments 1 Sandra Parrotto December 8th, 2010 at 8:08 am This is a great point. Thanks for this, 2 Maribeth Kuzmeski December 15th, 2010 at 12:33 am I’m happy you found it helpful!

Part 1 of the How to Establish a Financial Relationship with a.

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Five Mistakes We Make at Networking Events

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Business Leadership Expertise: Give a Gift of Honoring :: Women on.

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The Rewards of Mentoring :: Women on Business

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Categories : Career Development 1 Comments 1 Judy Lindenberger December 6th, 2010 at 8:28 pm Well said.

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Building Your Brand “Buddy the Elf” Style – Part 1 :: Women on.

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Buddy is a human raised by elves, therefore, does he fall into the “human” or “elf” category? Buddy asked a lot of questions because he wanted to understand what made the “human” world tick.

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3 Responses to be Thankful For

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Living Without the “K” On Your “_eyboard” :: Women on Business

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Resolution Solution: Shop Your Soul :: Women on Business

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What Women Leaders Bring to the New Decade :: Women on Business

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20 2010 –. 1 Comments 1 Conny December 29th, 2010 at 2:21 am Hi, I really like your post!

Better to Give than to be Grateful :: Women on Business

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Can Leaders Take a Break? :: Women on Business

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2 Comments 1 Jen Gresham December 13th, 2010 at 12:00 pm Interesting post. 2 Linda C Smith December 17th, 2010 at 3:17 pm This is an interesting article and interesting that this topic would come up with female leaders at Purdue.

How To Find “Hidden” Federal Contracts: Network :: Women on Business

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Those Who Can Speak Close More Sales :: Women on Business

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Categories : Sales 2 Comments 1 Marisa Phoenix, CPA November 24th, 2010 at 9:17 am This is a GREAT post.

Ask for a Promotion :: Women on Business

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Communicating at All Levels of the Organization | Survive Your.

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Anytime you are presenting to the finance department you should be providing a spreadsheet with a clear analysis (including supporting documentation for where you got your numbers) on how much it will cost and what the return on that investment will be. Survive Your Promotion!

The Marvelous Connector

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Categories : Success Stories , business development 1 Comments 1 Alicia December 15th, 2010 at 8:37 am This story brought tears to my eyes, but overall brought a smile to my face.

Teamwork: Sharing the Blame! :: Women on Business

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Holiday Parties Are a Great Time to … Network your way into a New.

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The Homecoming Queen Grows Up (kinda)

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Wesley December 24th, 2010 at 5:00 pm Susan: I am impressed by the wisdom of your words — also a function of of your age and life experience!

Leadership Development and Educating our Young :: Women on Business

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“No idea” Means I Have One :: Women on Business

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The Prodigal Daughters of Business :: Women on Business

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Along with her website, Prosperity Coaching—which features reading and resources on small business start-ups, including “how to create a 30-second commercial”—Muusers coaches many older women with successful, home-based businesses. “I

Five Great Ways to Earn Extra Money in 2010 :: Women on Business

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Crush Your Competition in 2010 You are probably wondering how your competitors are getting write-ups and articles. 10 Ways to be a Resource for your Customers Here are ten ways to adopt a “resource provider&# perspective.

Is a College Degree the Right Credential for Business?

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Posted on April 22, 2010 by Katy As a manager I spent a fair amount of time hiring and training entry level candidates. Rey says: April 22, 2010 at 9:09 am I personally consider that a college degree will always help. Survive Your Promotion!

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Finally Get on TV with the Right Pitch :: Women on Business

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What the Data Says About Women in Management Between 1980 and 2010

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Census and American Community Survey for the years 1980 and 2010 to examine three major factors that contribute to gender equality in the labor force: women’s representation in management, the occupational gender segregation among managers, and the gender wage gaps that vary across managerial occupations. By 2010, however, we find that some occupations are female-dominated while others are male-dominated. From 1980 to 2010, there was an increase of 4.5

Is HR Too Important to Be Left to HR?

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8:07 AM Tuesday November 23, 2010 by Armin Trost | Comments () Email Tweet This Post to Facebook Share on LinkedIn Print Too often I hear even HR people saying, "HR is too important to be left to HR." Thats different in IT, accounting, or finance. Thats different in IT, accounting, or finance.