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Inside - March 2010
  My Story: How We Started a Family Business
  Getting Green for Going Green
  Tips for Starting a Successful Specialty Business
  Forget Sin Tax: Yogis Protest Spirituality Tax
  Campaign Finance Ruling: Wall St. is Main St.?
  Google Street View not Spy Cam, Courts Rule
My Story: How We Started a Family Business

When retired public school teacher Jackie Burke told her daughter that all of her savings were lost in the stock market, her daughter had an idea: let’s start a family business. Jackie Burke and her daughter Jackie McAlister did just that with The Cup and Saucer Cookie Company.

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Getting Green for Going Green

Many individuals saved some money in 2009 with environmentally-friendly decisions for their home, vehicle and even charitable contributions. Tax time is just around the corner and the IRS may have green credits for you.

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Tips for Starting a Successful Specialty Business

Chocolate and wine connoisseurs share their secrets for specialty business success. Having an indulgent product line is just the start.

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Forget Sin Tax: Yogis Protest Spirituality Tax

With state’s looking to generate more revenue, sales taxes aren’t unexpected. But in Missouri, a controversy is brewing over a proposed Yoga/Pilates sales tax. At the heart of the debate is whether the two are more than fitness and extend to spiritual wellness.

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Campaign Finance Ruling: Wall St. is Main St.?

The recent Supreme Court Ruling on corporate contributions and campaign finances has some crying foul, while others consider it justice served. Learn more about the Court’s ruling that referred to one prior campaign finance reform act as “censorship…vast in its reach.”

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Google Street View not Spy Cam, Courts Rule

An appellate court has given Google Street View the green light to post images of private homes online. The photos were taken, the claimants said, by a Google driver who entered their private driveway to take pictures.

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