Name: Nellie Akalp

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Web Site: http://www.corpnet.com

Bio: CEO & Co-Founder of CorpNet and small business consultant.

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    Ten Tips For Creating A Business Name

    January 18th, 2018

    12-19-14 - new businessCreating a business name is one of the most exciting and important startup tasks that entrepreneurs must tackle. The name you choose for your business will serve to distinguish you from your competitors and give customers insight into the experience they will have with your company.

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    To-Dos When Starting a Part-Time Business

    February 22nd, 2017

    So you’re not ready to quit your “day job,” but you want to start a business? Many entrepreneurs dip their toes to test the waters by launching their businesses part-time. In some ways, it’s the best of both worlds; you pursue your dream of business ownership while still bringing home a steady paycheck.

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    LLC Or Corporation: Which Has Better Tax Benefits For Investors?

    February 16th, 2015

    If you’ve already put changing your business structure on your New Year’s Resolutions list for 2015, kudos to you. The right business structure can not only protect your personal assets but also give you some relief come tax time.

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    5 Signs Your REI Investing Is Ready To Be A Business

    December 19th, 2014

    12-19-14 - new businessYou’re passionate about your real estate investing , whether that’s flipping or landlording. And maybe you’ve started to make a little money selling these house or cash flowing from rents. So when should you take your real estate investing to the next level and build a real business?

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    What Investors Need To Know About Business Licenses

    July 7th, 2014

    investing business licenses requirementsIf you’re thinking about starting a business, you’ll have a long list of things to take care of. But don’t miss out on one of the most important: filing your necessary business licenses. If you don’t know what kind of business license you need or where to get one, you might be tempted to just skip it altogether.

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    What Is Crowdfunding?

    June 2nd, 2014

    crowdfunding real estateNow that the dust has settled a bit on this thing called crowdfunding, more real estate investors and small businesses are starting to look at it as a viable alternative to traditional loans or funding from venture capitalists, banks, mortgage companies and private lenders.

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    5 Free Ways To Alleviate New Investor Stress

    May 2nd, 2014

    real estate investingTruth: Getting started in real estate investing and help it grow is not a stress-free endeavor. In fact, if you can’t handle stress well, you might not succeed as an real estate investor or entrepreneur. But before you throw in the towel, try these 5 techniques that can bring down your blood pressure. Best of all, they’re totally $FREE$.

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    Will Your Investing Business Help Reduce Your Taxes?

    March 12th, 2014

    taxes real estate investing business smBut let’s say you started a business and it didn’t make any money. That might be bad news for your wallet, but could potentially help you come tax time.

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    Getting Your Real Estate Business Legal

    January 14th, 2014
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    For real estate investors who want to start a business, they’re adding more to their existing to-do lists. In addition to finding properties, working with realtors & sellers, and managing rehabs or closings you now have to register your business, choose a name, set up a site…the list goes on and on!I have made a career for myself out of helping entrepreneurs in their journey to starting a business. The biggest decision you’ll make in legalizing your business is choosing what type of business entity works best for your brand. Here’s an overview of your options: Read the rest of this entry “

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    How Investors Balance Personal & Professional Lives on Twitter

    December 26th, 2013
    social media twitter tips real estate investingSocial media often blurs the lines between personal and professional, and nowhere is this truer than the very public world of Twitter. If you’re like many users, Twitter is a space to connect with friends and develop your online brand.Figuring out how to balance these two worlds can challenge even the most socially savvy. You don’t want to share a personal detail that might negatively impact you at work or your real estate investing business. On the other hand, you don’t want to bore everyone with a robot-like account that can only discuss business matters.If you’re trying to find the right balance between personal and professional, here are a few tips to maintain a fun yet public-facing Twitter account. Editor’s Note: This was originally written by Nellie Akalp for Mashable.

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