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Buying & Selling: Learning the Art of the Tag Sale

When people speak about making a few extra bucks, there is more than one way to skin a cat these days. Perhaps you’re trying to save up for a vacation for the family to take this summer. Perhaps you are looking for collectibles to invest in. Oddly enough, many people do not realize what, exactly, was in Great Grandma’s house when she passed on to a happier place. There are even those who will put her things on a table, mark them twenty-five cents, and declare them to be old knickknacks (AKA: things you need to dust every five seconds.) Trouble is, a lot of those knickknacks can actually be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Heck, there have even been things found at tag sales that have been resold in the millions. No. Not kidding. Are the chances immense that you’ll find such a buy? No. But, there have been those that have proven this particular once-in-a-lifetime-event can happen.

Made in the U.S.A. Should be the #1 Path for Businesses

The popular show called “Shark Tank” offers investors that back up small businesses – businesses that then turn around and make millions and are able to hire more and more American workers each year, still mentions something that breaks the heart in almost every episode. The fact that overseas manufacturers could save the entrepreneur who’s speaking a great deal of money and lower their costs. Is that particular fact true? Well…unfortunately it is. However, as business has been changing, and America has been attempting to get back on the horse, many big names have proven that you can succeed and manufacture your product line in America, all at the same time. They are not about to go out of business anytime soon, and they take a whole heck of a lot of pride in the fact that their products are “Made in the U.S.A.” Don’t believe? Keep reading.

How Are Retail Sales in 2017?

Despite consumer uncertainty, as well as a very sluggish beginning to 2017, the U.S. retail sales industry is projected to increase 4% this year. Headlines show that many retailers and companies posted “soft” holiday sales to end 2016, which caused some notable retailers to either cut jobs or close stores as a result. However, when it comes to 2017, the National Retail Federation (NFR) released an economic forecast projecting the retail industry (this excludes automobiles, gas stations, and restaurants) to grow and reach that 4% increase aim.

Business Industries to Explore in 2017

It’s no surprise that with the popular TV show “Shark Tank” taking over the headlines, promoting small businesses and giving people the chance to ‘make it big,’ that the industry researchers have gotten together a list of the very best opportunities when it comes to starting up companies in 2017.

Mobile Phone Forecast: Is Saturation of the Market in Sight?

It is a fact that when people say no matter where they look – whether it be while walking down a neighborhood sidewalk,

Spotlight on Africa

As the year winds down and comes to a close, it is Africa that is receiving some headlines that call for many

We Are Still…All in This Together!

December 7, 1941. Sunday morning was lovely on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

Charity Begins at Home

Turning a blind eye is easy for some; preferred by others. But the fact is that the bad doesn’t become

Be First Media Group and Skeeter Boats are now developing REAL

Be First Media Group Inc. and Skeeter Boats have reached an agreement for a National Content Marketing Program. A strategic content marketing plan

Black Friday May Turn 100% Digital Very Soon

Boy, have times changed. There were millions once upon a time who waited in line until the doors