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Posted 10/15/14 at 10:14 AM | John Dillard

Do I REALLY Have to Pay Taxes On My Earnings?

Yes, you do! And though it may not feel like it, more of us should consider it an honor rather than a consequence. However to address both points of the conversation I have summarized a light hearted approach to ways you can legally avoid taxes, though I do not suggest any of them!!!

1. Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship and Move Out of the Country.

2. Don’t Work or Have Taxable Income.

3. Become a Child Again & Live With Your Parents.

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Posted 10/10/14 at 12:07 AM | Sylvie Simms

Clean Your Ride

If you own a motorcycle, you know how important it is to take care of your bike. This doesn’t just mean getting tune-ups and changing oil on a regular basis. It also means keeping your motorcycle clean, and free from dirt and grime. If you’ve just gotten back from a trip, or simply have a dirty bike, here are some great tips for washing the road off your motorcycle.

When cleaning your bike, you’ll need to do a little bit of prep work. Start by finding the right products and supplies that will help you get the job done right. This includes different types of automotive cleaners, including bug and tar remover, engine cleaner, and chain lube. In addition to the cleaning supplies, you’ll want to have the right tools available. Keep different sizes of brushes on hand, as well as microfiber cloths and abrasive rags.

Once you have all of your tools available, you’re ready to get started. Find a shady spot that has access to water, and remove any accessories and add-ons that can’t get wet. Wash your car using the needed automotive cleaners, and then rinse everything off. Once your motorcycle is clean, you can finish by drying it off and applying any wax or spray finish. FULL POST

Posted 10/9/14 at 1:11 AM | Sylvie Simms

Top Family Vacations

No matter the interests in your family, you're sure to find the perfect spot for your next family vacation with Scenic's handy new infographic.

http://www.scenic.com/blog/2014/09/top-family-vacations

Posted 10/9/14 at 12:09 AM | Sylvie Simms

Understanding the Growing Senior Population

The senior population is one of the fastest growing age groups in the United States, accounting for 40 million of the population, or 1 in 7 people. With so many people in the United States living longer, it’s important that senior health take a priority, from diet to physical fitness. For many this presents a challenge in elder years. Luckily, many options exist for seniors, with in-home care remaining a popular trend among seniors who wish to maintain a high level of independence. The following infographic provides a glimpse at the senior demographic and provides ideas to help seniors maintain their health.

http://blog.franchisewithalwaysbestcare.com/understanding-the-growing-senior-population/

Posted 10/8/14 at 1:11 AM | Sylvie Simms

What Are Affiliates … and How Do You Pay Them?

Sure, you may have heard about affiliate networks, but do you understand what they are? When it comes to the world of affiliate networks, it is important to have a firm grasp of what goes into them. Having an understanding about how affiliate networks function, and how they relate to advertisers and affiliates can really help you to gain a firm grasp on the things that you read and hear about them. Matter of fact, one major component that is overlooked far too often is how payments are facilitated between the advertiser and affiliates, which is a major component in maintaining a thriving affiliate network. After all, that’s exactly the point of an affiliate network, right? To get paid.

Of course, as it is with everything, nothing is as simple as it seems. There are tons of intricacies attached to the inner workings of affiliate networks, but if you look at them for what they are, you’ll find that they don’t have to be so complicated. They can be quite simple. Of course, it is easy to get lost in the jargon, but the aim of this infographic is to briefly and concisely break down the need-to-know components of an affiliate network so that the information is digestible for everyone. If you’re familiar with the world of affiliate networks, perhaps you’ll simply have fun brushing up on the minor details. If you’re new to it all, then there’s a lot of great information here to learn so that you can get a firm grasp on it all. FULL POST

Posted 10/7/14 at 11:58 PM | Sylvie Simms

Different Types of 3-Way Valves

Solenoid valves are used to help control the flow of different liquids and gases. These valves are extremely important for the safe use of these materials. Because these valves are used for a variety of reasons, there are different types of valves that are used for different functions. One of these types includes 3-way valves. Three way valves have three pipe connections instead of the normal two, making it easier to stop and start the flow, regardless if it’s energized or de-energized.

There are four basic types of 3-way solenoid valves. Each of these different types is used for different purposes. Two of the main types include 3-way normally closed and 3-way normally open. These two valves vary simply by the fact that one has a normally open passageway, while the other has a normally closed one. If the 3-way valve is needed for more complex functions, either the 3-way directional control or the 3-way multipurpose valve can be used.

The following infographic gives you more details on the different types and functions of 3-way valves. Continue reading to discover which valve might be right for you.

http://www.solenoidsolutionsinc.com/infographics/different-types-of-3-way-valves/

Posted 10/6/14 at 11:02 AM | Brian Wallace

Cloud Security For Businesses

Cloud security is important for your business. Learn your options from this infographic.

Posted 10/2/14 at 12:30 PM | Brian Wallace

Improve Your Pitching Game

And no, we're not talking about baseball. Learn how to pitch better from this infographic.

Posted 10/1/14 at 2:54 AM | Sylvie Simms

How to Ship Your Classic Car

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If you have a classic car, you know how much time and effort goes into keeping your “baby” in good condition. Classic cars require a different kind of care compared to modern cars. This is due to their age and also their value. Many classic car owners keep their classic cars as a showpiece, and do their best to minimize wear and tear on the car. Because of this, there comes a time when a classic car needs to be transported instead of being driven long distances. When this happens, it’s important that the right car transport company be found.

When shipping your classic car, the most important thing you need to do is find a company that you can trust. You’ve invested a lot of time and money into your car, which means you want to keep your investment in mint condition. In order to find the best car transport company for your classic car, do your research. Call around and ask about quotes, schedules, and shipping methods. You’ll also want to know whether the transport company offers insurance or enclosed transport methods. FULL POST

Posted 10/1/14 at 1:53 AM | Sylvie Simms

Customize Your Ride

Motorcycle owners take pride in their ride, taking care of it like the prized possession it is. This is especially true when it comes to performance and looks. If you own your own motorcycle, a great way to keep your “baby” looking great and performing exceptionally is to modify it.

There are many different ways you can modify your motorcycle. Common modifications include changing out the wheels and tires, as well as including matching rotors. Modifying your motorcycle with upgraded wheels gives your motorcycle a sleek look, while the matching rotors tie it all in and keep your bike looking sharp.

Any time you want to modify your motorcycle, do your research and use only the best products. For more information on how to customize your ride, continue reading the following infographic.

https://www.rotation.mx/Customize_Your_Ride.html

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