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04 Agos 2016 
President Obama plans to call for billions in tax increases on top earners - including a hike in investment tax rates -- in order to fund new tax credits and other measures the White House claims will help the middle class.

The president's proposals, which also include eliminating a tax break on inheritances, are likely to be cheered by the Democratic Party's liberal base when they are announced Tuesday night in his State of the Union address. However, the tax increases are all but certain to be non-starters with the new Republican majority on Capitol Hill.

The president's address -- his first to a Republican-led Congress -- will call for $320 billion in tax increases over 10 years. Aside from funding new tax credits including a tax credit for working families and expanding the child care tax credit, the White House says that money would go to funding measures to make college more afforable and accessible, including the president's recently announced plan to make community college free for many students.   

The centerpiece of the president's tax proposal is an increase in the capital gains and dividends rate on couples making more than $500,000 per year to 28 percent, the same level as under President Ronald Reagan. The top capital gains rate has already been raised from 15 percent to 23.8 percent during Obama's presidency.

Obama also wants to close what the administration is calling the "Trust Fund Loophole," a change that would require estates to pay capital gains taxes on securities at the time they're inherited. Officials said the overwhelming impact of the change would be on the top 1 percent of income earners.

While GOP leaders have said they share Obama's desire to reform the nation's complicated tax code, the party has opposed many of the proposals the president will outline Tuesday. For example, most Republicans want to lower or eliminate the capital gains tax and similarly want to end taxes on estates, not expand them.

Administration officials pointed to a third proposal from the president as one they hope Republicans would support: a fee on the roughly 100 U.S. financial firms with assets of more than $50 billion. Officials said the fee is similar to a proposal from former Republican Rep. Dave Camp of Michigan, who led the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee. Camp's plan, however, was part of a larger proposal to lower the overall corporate income tax rate.

The Obama administration claims that raising the capital gains rate, ending the inheritance loophole and tacking a fee on financial firms would generate $320 billion in revenue over a decade. Obama wants to put the bulk of that money into a series of measures aimed at helping middle-class Americans. Among them:

--A credit of up to $500 for families in which both spouses work. The administration says 24 million couples would benefit from the proposal, which would apply to families with annual income up to $210,000.

--Expanding the child care tax credit to up to $3,000 per child under age 5. The administration says the proposal would help more than 5 million families with the cost of child care.

--Overhauling the education tax system by consolidating six provisions into two, a move that could cut taxes for 8.5 million families. Republicans have been open to the idea of consolidating education tax breaks.



The president's address will also include calls for lawmakers to increase paid leave for workers and enact broad cybersecurity rules.

Obama's call for higher taxes on the wealthy is likely to further antagonize Republicans who are already angry with the president over his vows to veto several of the party's priorities, including legislation to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, make changes to the president's signature health care legislation and block his executive actions on immigration.

Republicans say Obama's veto threats are a sign of a president who didn't get the message from voters who relegated his party to minority status in the November election. New Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the president still has a chance to change his tone.

"Tuesday can be a new day," McConnell said. "This can be the moment the president pivots to a positive posture. This can be a day when he promotes serious realistic reforms that focus on economic growth and don't just spend more money we don't have. We're eager for him to do so."



Beyond rolling out new proposals, Obama's address is also expected to focus on making the case to the public that recent economic gains represent a real and lasting wayne lippman email recovery. The approach reflects the White House's belief that it has been too cautious in promoting economic gains out of fear of looking tone deaf to the continued struggles of many Americans.

White House advisers have suggested that their restraint hindered Democrats in the November elections and helped Republicans take full control of Congress for the first time in eight years. But with hiring up and unemployment down, the president has been more assertive about the improving state of the economy in the new year. Tuesday's prime-time address will be his most high-profile platform for making that case.

"America's resurgence is real, and we're better positioned than any country on Earth to succeed in the 21st century," Obama said Wednesday in Iowa, one of several trips he has made this month to preview the speech.

Obama isn't expected to make any major foreign policy announcements. He is likely to urge lawmakers to stop the pursuit of new penalties against Iran while the U.S. and others are in the midst of nuclear negotiations with Tehran. In a news conference Friday, Obama said legislation threatening additional penalties could upend the delicate diplomacy.

"Congress should be aware that if this diplomatic solution fails, then the risks and likelihood that this ends up being at some point a military confrontation is heightened -- and Congress will have to own that as well," he said.

The president also is expected to cite his recent decision to normalize relations with Cuba, as well as defend the effectiveness of U.S. efforts to stop Russia's provocations in Ukraine and conduct air strikes against Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/01/18/obama-to-call-for-tax-increases-on-wealthy-in-state-union-address.html
01 Jun 2016 


ACCOUNTING



COMPANY Top Executive



A Plus Tax & Accounting Inc. E. Gwendolyn Clark, Enrolled

9191 Old Seward Hwy., Suite 17 Agent/Pres.

Anchorage, AK 99515-2040 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 522-2300 Fax: 522-5444



Accenture Cindy Miller, Unit Leader

3900 C St., Suite 901

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 339-5000 Fax: 339-5081 www.accenture.com



Advanced Financial Service Shaneh Ward, Owner

416 Seventh Ave.

Fairbanks, AK 99701 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 456-1995 Fax: 374-8994 www.atyourofficeormine.com



Alaska Accounting Solutions Inc. Julle Rabung, VP

2100 E. 63rd Ave., Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99507 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 337-9192 Fax: 337-9197 www.alaskaaccounting.com



Alban and Company CPAs Ron Alban, Managing Shareholder

800 E. Dimond Center, Suite 3-625

Anchorage, AK 99515-2061 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 522-3222 Fax: 349-4960



Altman, Rogers & Co. Timothy G. Altman, CPA/Pres.

425 G St., Suite 500

Anchorage, AK 99501 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 274-2992 Fax: 274-2993 www.altrogco.com



Boyer, Bowers & Tegeler CPA Clyde T. Boyer Jr., Partner

851 Westpoint Dr., Suite 206

Wasilla, AK 99654-7183 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 376-3576 Fax: 376-4070



Carter & Associates LLC Yvonne Rowland, CEO

4300 B St., Suite 507

Anchorage, AK 99503 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 561-3871 Fax: 561-7976 www.carterassociate.com



Cook & Haugeberg LLC CPAs Michael T. Cook, Partner

119 N. Cushman St., Suite 300

Fairbanks, AK 99701 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 456-7762 Fax: 452-6184 www.ch-cpa.com



F.M. Strand & Associates CPAs Frederick M. Strand,

3201 C St., Suite 601 Managing Principal

Anchorage, AK 99503 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 563-4425 Fax: 561-0563 www.fmstrandcpas.com



Hammer Tax and Accounting Inc. Kathy Hammer, EA/ABA/ATA/ATP

220 Main Street Lp., Suite A

Kenai, AK 99611-7724

Phone: 283-4838 Fax: 283-4020



KPMG LLP Kathleen Porterfield,

701 W. Eighth Ave., Suite 600 Managing Partner

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 265-1200 Fax: 265-1296 www.us.kpmg.com



Mikunda, Cottrell Acct. & Dave Cottrell, Pres./Owner

Consulting

3601 C St., Suite 600-A

Anchorage, AK 99503 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 646-7350 Fax: 770-2296 www.mcac-cpa.com



Milner, Howard, Mortensen Scott C. Milner, Pres.

& Palmer (PC) CPAs

111 Stedman St., Suite 101

Ketchikan, AK 99901 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 225-1040 Fax: 255-4172



Newhouse & Vogler, CPAs Joseph L. Newhouse, CPA/Co-Founder

237 E. Fireweed Lane, Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 258-7555 Fax: 258-7582 www.newvog.com



Swalling & Associates PC John "Chris" Swalling,

3201 C St., Suite 405 Managing Partner

Anchorage, AK 99503 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 563-7977 Fax: 561-7683 www.swallingcpas.com



Thomas, Head & Greisen APC John Letourneau, Pres.

1400 W. Benson Blvd., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99503 E-Mail: [email protected]

Phone: 272-1571 Fax: 277-2639 www.thgcpa.com



Veater & Co. Judy Veater, Owner

2511 E. 50th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99507-1404

Phone: 562-8800 Fax: 562-8805



COMPANY Estab. AK Empls.



A Plus Tax & Accounting Inc. 1989 4

9191 Old Seward Hwy., Suite 17

Anchorage, AK 99515-2040

Phone: 522-2300 Fax: 522-5444



Accenture 1996

3900 C St., Suite 901

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 339-5000 Fax: 339-5081



Advanced Financial Service 1997

416 Seventh Ave.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 456-1995 Fax: 374-8994



Alaska Accounting Solutions Inc. 1988 7

2100 E. 63rd Ave., Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99507

Phone: 337-9192 Fax: 337-9197



Alban and Company CPAs 2001 5

800 E. Dimond Center, Suite 3-625

Anchorage, AK 99515-2061

Phone: 522-3222 Fax: 349-4960



Altman, Rogers & Co. 1991 25

425 G St., Suite 500

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 274-2992 Fax: 274-2993



Boyer, Bowers & Tegeler CPA 1979 6

851 Westpoint Dr., Suite 206

Wasilla, AK 99654-7183

Phone: 376-3576 Fax: 376-4070



Carter & Associates LLC 1991 21

4300 B St., Suite 507

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 561-3871 Fax: 561-7976



Cook & Haugeberg LLC CPAs 1952 19

119 N. Cushman St., Suite 300

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 456-7762 Fax: 452-6184



F.M. Strand & Associates CPAs 1973 10

3201 C St., Suite 601

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 563-4425 Fax: 561-0563



Hammer Tax and Accounting Inc. 1968 3

220 Main Street Lp., Suite A

Kenai, AK 99611-7724

Phone: 283-4838 Fax: 283-4020



KPMG LLP 1961 80

701 W. Eighth Ave., Suite 600

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 265-1200 Fax: 265-1296



Mikunda, Cottrell Acct. & 1977 18

Consulting

3601 C St., Suite 600-A

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 646-7350 Fax: 770-2296



Milner, Howard, Mortensen 1953

& Palmer (PC) CPAs

111 Stedman St., Suite 101

Ketchikan, AK 99901

Phone: 225-1040 Fax: 255-4172



Newhouse & Vogler, CPAs 1990

237 E. Fireweed Lane, Suite 200

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 258-7555 Fax: 258-7582



Swalling & Associates PC 1991 12

3201 C St., Suite 405

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 563-7977 Fax: 561-7683



Thomas, Head & Greisen APC 1969 32

1400 W. Benson Blvd., Suite 400

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 272-1571 Fax: 277-2639



Veater & Co. 1989 1

2511 E. 50th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99507-1404

Phone: 562-8800 Fax: 562-8805



COMPANY Business Description



A Plus Tax & Accounting Inc. Small-business accounting,

9191 Old Seward Hwy., Suite 17 payroll, tax preparation

Anchorage, AK 99515-2040 (business and personal).

Phone: 522-2300 Fax: 522-5444



Accenture Accounting firm.

3900 C St., Suite 901

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 339-5000 Fax: 339-5081



Advanced Financial Service Bookkeeping, payroll preparation

416 Seventh Ave. and tax preparation.

Fairbanks, AK 99701

Phone: 456-1995 Fax: 374-8994



Alaska Accounting Solutions Inc. Assist with accounting system

2100 E. 63rd Ave., Suite 200 setup, maintenance, training,

Anchorage, AK 99507 bookkeeping and payroll needs.

Phone: 337-9192 Fax: 337-9197 Services include accounting

system design and system

installation, training, technical

assistance, contract bookkeeping

and payroll. Accounting and

consulting services can be

provided on or off site.

Telephone support on accounting

and business issues also

available.



Alban and Company CPAs Audit reviews, compilations,

800 E. Dimond Center, Suite 3-625 single audits, business start-ups

Anchorage, AK 99515-2061 and advisory services, and general

Phone: 522-3222 Fax: 349-4960 income tax.



Altman, Rogers & Co. CPA firm providing audits, tax

425 G St., Suite 500 services, management advisory

Anchorage, AK 99501 services, financial planning and

Phone: 274-2992 Fax: 274-2993 general accounting services.



Boyer, Bowers & Tegeler CPA Full-range certified public

851 Westpoint Dr., Suite 206 accounting, bookkeeping, payroll

Wasilla, AK 99654-7183 and tax services for individuals

Phone: 376-3576 Fax: 376-4070 and businesses of all sizes.



Carter & Associates LLC Accounting, tax, economic

4300 B St., Suite 507 development, business formations,

Anchorage, AK 99503 business consulting, wealth

Phone: 561-3871 Fax: 561-7976 management, tax planning and

financial planning.



Cook & Haugeberg LLC CPAs Financial statement auditing,

119 N. Cushman St., Suite 300 review and compilation, income

Fairbanks, AK 99701 tax planning and return

Phone: 456-7762 Fax: 452-6184 preparation. Business, personal

and computer consulting and

planning. Estate and trust

planning and consulting.



F.M. Strand & Associates CPAs A firm committed to excellence in:

3201 C St., Suite 601 audit and attest services: review

Anchorage, AK 99503 and compilation financial

Phone: 563-4425 Fax: 561-0563 statements; tax preparation,

planning representation;

litigation; internal control

and consulting.



Hammer Tax and Accounting Inc. Tax preparation for individuals,

220 Main Street Lp., Suite A businesses and estates: E-filing.

Kenai, AK 99611-7724 Business accounting, payroll and

Phone: 283-4838 Fax: 283-4020 QuickBooks Pro advisor.



KPMG LLP Audit, tax and advisory services.

701 W. Eighth Ave., Suite 600

Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: 265-1200 Fax: 265-1296



Mikunda, Cottrell Acct. & Accountants, bookkeeping service,

Consulting consulting and management

3601 C St., Suite 600-A consulting.

Anchorage, AK 99503

Phone: 646-7350 Fax: 770-2296



Milner, Howard, Mortensen Business and individual tax

& Palmer (PC) CPAs advisory and compliance Wayne Lippman Accountant service,

111 Stedman St., Suite 101 financial statement compilations,

Ketchikan, AK 99901 reviews and audits and estate

Phone: 225-1040 Fax: 255-4172 planning.



Newhouse & Vogler, CPAs Financial statement preparation;

237 E. Fireweed Lane, Suite 200 tax planning and preparation;

Anchorage, AK 99503 estate planning; internal revenue

Phone: 258-7555 Fax: 258-7582 service representation; litigation

support services; accounting,

bookkeeping and payroll: fraud

examination; Alaska trust

services, computer system design

and quickbooks training and

support.



Swalling & Associates PC Full-service public accounting

3201 C St., Suite 405 firm specializing in Alaska

Anchorage, AK 99503 companies and their owners. Tax

Phone: 563-7977 Fax: 561-7683 planning/compliance, audits/

reviews/compilations, litigation

support and business valuations.



Thomas, Head & Greisen APC Audit and accounting services, tax

1400 W. Benson Blvd., Suite 400 planning and compliance, estate

Anchorage, AK 99503 and trust planning and compliance,

Phone: 272-1571 Fax: 277-2639 litigation support and business

valuations.



Veater & Co. Bookkeeping.

2511 E. 50th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99507-1404

Phone: 562-8800 Fax: 562-8805

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Accounting.-a0142421175


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29 Mayo 2016 
Getting Started With Your Ironing Business

To start with you obviously need an iron and and ironing board. There are other accessories that would be useful like a sleeve board or a seam press, but as you are just starting out let's keep it simple.

Next you will need to make some notices. These can be simple but effective. If you have a printer you can design one on the computer and print it off. If not simply write on a 3? X 5? card. You should say what it is you do, who you are, and a phone number. Another positive item to include is "no pets and non-smoking house." People don't want their clothes returned smelling of smoke or covered in pet hair. If you are a non-smoker without pets, definitely put this on your ad.This will increase your customer base.

Display your ad on advertising/notice boards at various locations. Often grocery stores, libraries or public meeting places will have a notice board. Sometimes they are free, or they will be very reasonable. Remember, keep your overheads low. If you wish to start with business cards, the example here is perfect. This and others are available from Zazzle and are easy to customize.

Ironing lessons from a Pro

Below are two videos from a man who knows his stuff. Although you may believe you are ironing correctly, take a look at these videos. He will show you how to iron shirts and pants (trousers) perfectly.

Remember, time is money. The best way to iron is the most efficient way.

How Much to Charge for Ironing Service

You need to decide how much you are going to charge for your services. Charge too much and you aren't going to get clients, charge too little and you may have clients but be working for next to nothing. If there are others already providing this service in your area, find out what they charge. I think a good rule of thumb is, take the minimum wage and double it.

Some people charge by the hour and others by the sackful or weight. I would suggest by the hour.

If the customer wants their shirts on hangers, you can collect these when you pick up their order or if they drop it off, ask them to bring some. It is always Click Here a good idea to keep some extra hangers just in case they don't bring enough. Plastic ones are often inexpensive to buy. It also shows good customer service. It is this type of service that will impress your customer and lead him/her to recommend your services to others.

Collection and Delivery Service

If you have a car, you could offer a collection and delivery service. To do this effectively, you would need to decide how wide an area you are willing to cover and how much you will charge for this extra service. Don't be squeamish about asking for more, it is your business.

Your car will need to be clean. It is no use doing someone's ironing and hanging it in a car full of dog hair and cigarette smoke.

If there is a smoker in your home, or if you yourself smoke. Make the customer aware of this because even if you don't smoke near their clothes, the smell transfers.

Who are your customers

Your customers will be from all walks of life. When I was doing this, I had an older gentleman whose wife used to do it. Since her passing he had to iron until he found my advertisement. I also had another regular customer whose wife didn't like ironing and the man was too busy. Others were when college students came home and there was an extra load, after medical procedures, after holidays. The list is endless. It could be anytime and for any reason.

Sometimes, their pile of ironing had just gotten too large!

Keep it Professional

If you always have their order finished when you say, and it is exactly as they like it, they will use your services again and again. They will also recommend you to their friends.

Don't make promises you can't keep. Your customers would rather know beforehand if there is a problem.

How to fold t-shirts and dress shirts correctly

Ironing is only half the story, folding and putting on hangers will make your service professional. Get this wrong and your customers will only use your service once.

Hang garments to cool after ironing, this reduces those annoying lines you get when a shirt is folded immediately after ironing. Below are two videos showing how to correctly fold a t-shirt and a dress shirt.

These little touches make a professional looking business and after all, isn't that what you want to achieve?

Ready for Collection or Delivery

To keep all your hard work looking pristine, place all the folded clothes in plastic bags. I would suggest all the same color, not just left-over grocery bags.

The items on hangers should be grouped together awaiting their collection.This is especially important if you have multiple clients on the same day. If you are going to be delivering them, most cars have a hook inside above the back door for a few hangers.

Or consider a clothes bar which will give you even more hanging space.

A few last words

Starting a new business can be daunting I know, especially if you have been out of the job market for some time.

When I wanted to earn extra money, I sat down and assessed my skills. I knew I could iron well and I knew that other people disliked do this. Even with this knowledge, I was hesitant. Then when I got my first customer, I was worried my ironing might not be as they liked it.

It was only when they called me again, I knew I was on to a winner. In fact, the joy and relief I saw on some of their faces was priceless. I wasn't just helping them with a chore they didn't like, I was solving a problem for them which they had been stressing over.

I would encourage you to give this a try if you want to earn some extra money and begin to build your own business.

http://hubpages.com/money/ironing-service


24 Mar 2016 
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump, the winner in two of the first three states in the presidential primary season, has long been laying the groundwork for more victories in March, when two dozen states go to the polls, new campaign finance reports show.

In January, his campaign had roughly 100 people on its payroll and field consultants and offices from Alabama to Texas, giving him a head start on connecting with voters as the primary calendar intensifies.

He has so far invested about $17.5 million into his bid, a fraction of what most of the other candidates have spent.

But Trump has been able to pump money into employees and offices in part because he saves cash in important ways: He doesn't do traditional fundraising, which can be pricey, and has done far less advertising than is typical for a leading presidential candidate.

The robustness of Trump's field operation as outlined in the January fundraising reports looks more like that of Democrats Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton than any of his four Republican competitors. The new report shows he increased his spending in January to $11.5 million.

At the beginning of the year, Trump had more salaried campaign employees than Texas Sen. Ted Cruz or Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, whom he has identified as his two closest competitors. In addition, Trump had at least 17 paid field consultants in states beyond the first four to vote, a network that touched Alabama, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia.

And his campaign was already paying for office space in eight states that vote in March. Sanders and Clinton each had a presence in at least a dozen states voting in March, their January campaign finance reports showed.

These fundraising reports filed Saturday with the Federal Election Commission show Sanders significantly outspent and raised more than Clinton in January, but he had half the amount of cash on hand as she did.

Other Republicans -- perhaps focused on notching a win in one of the four February voting states -- didn't appear to be thinking much about March back in January, that month's financial reports show.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich had two offices in March states (including one in his home state), Rubio one and Cruz none, though his campaign headquarters is in Houston, where voters weigh in March 1. His campaign declined to tell reporters on Saturday how much they've raised in February.

Rubio's campaign said it will open a Georgia office on Monday, and earlier hung its shingle in Birmingham, Alabama, and Maple Grove, Minnesota.

Rubio's campaign -- which appeared to have no March state Hire Wayne Lippman field staff in January -- is now redeploying people from Iowa and New Hampshire. Among the recent hires is Chip Englander, who had been Rand Paul's presidential campaign manager. Based in Ohio, he'll oversee Rubio's efforts in the Midwest.

Cruz's campaign showed payments to a handful of strategists in March-voting states, including Michigan.

The campaign finance reports show Kasich and Rubio had little cash to work with in January: They started the month with $1.5 million and $5 million, respectively. Both insist they can pick up new donations after former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush ended his presidential bid on Saturday. Cruz had $13.6 million at the beginning of February.



With so many states on the cusp of voting, presidential campaigns typically rely on television commercials as a way to spread their message far and wide.

Trump put about $10 million into his advertising plan for the first four states. That's less than the $17 million Rubio's campaign has put into television and radio ads, advertising tracker Kantar Media's CMAG shows.

Cruz is spending a bit less than Trump on TV, but has counted on outside groups to chip in for him with favorable commercials.

Here again, Trump may have an edge: He has sworn off big-money help -- from anyone other than himself.

That means he can continue his pay-as-you-go campaign finance strategy while the other candidates either must spend time fundraising for their campaigns, or hope a wealthy donor decides to give big to an outside money group that will lend a hand.

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11 Mar 2016 
Email marketing is an excellent way to make money online and work from home. It is great because you do not need your own website, or even your own product, to make money using email marketing. You just need a list of people to contact



You may never totally stop building your list, but your list does not have to be large in size to make money e-mailing to it. Let's take a look at four ways you can use e-mail marketing to make money online and work from the comfort of your own home.

1. Sell e-books, reports, or articles on your list. How to information is great if it solves a person's problems. So to make money this way you need quality information that delivers to the reader. Clickbank offers over 10,000 e-books. You can always create your own reports and ebooks out of private label right products too!.

2. Sell advertising. If you publish an online newsletter you can sell advertising it to your other subscribers or to people willing to pay to place their ad in your newsletter. Many e-zine publishers will sell solo ads and run those periodically out to their mailing list.

They will also include classified ads in their newsletter and charge according to the placement of the ad itself. You could sell a top sponsor ad for more than a classified ad placed in the middle of the newsletter.

3. Sell products.This is where affiliate marketing is so valuable. When you find a product you like, you can offer it to your list, and make money when some of them purchase at. For every sale you make you get paid a commission. You do not have to come up with a product idea, develop a way to charge for it, or do any shipping, when you are an affiliate marketer.

4. Sell subscriptions. If you find a membership-based product that can relate back to the niche of your mailing list, you can offer that in an ongoing residual income for making one sale. The nice thing about selling subscription or membership-based products, is that people stay Wayne Lippman Oakland subscribed to those allowing you to build a huge walk away income over a period of time.

This is four ideas on ways you can make money with email marketing. How you choose to do it is a personal choice! It all starts with building a list of your own, but the income can be excellent if you are willing to work at email marketing.



http://www.articlebiz.com/article/124530-1-make-money-online-and-work-from-home-with-email-marketing/


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