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How to buy cheap stocks without a broker
Small stocks, also called cheap stocks,  are stocks that are priced below $ 5 or even below $ 1. Such shares are issued by small and unknown companies.
Definition of small stocks
The advantage of acquiring small stocks is that because of their cheapness, you can make huge profits.
The disadvantage of acquiring small shares is that they carry high risks, since they are not completely liquid and such shares are issued by companies with an unstable financial situation. Continue reading
How to make an advertising booklet
The use of brochures will be appropriate in a wide variety of situations. They are mainly used as a short guide when reviewing educational institutions or enterprises, as well as for advertising goods and services. Even if you need a brochure for completely different purposes, then most of the examples for its creation will be similar and applicable in your case. The secret to success is to use simple phrases to convey the main idea in the process of advertising a specific product or service. A professionally compiled and printed on quality paper brochure will be an excellent presentation of your company.
Browse online reviews. There are many different programs for creating brochures. Browse media, social networks, and software review sites. Professional reviews are mainly done by people with extensive experience. Continue reading
How to protect your assets from the IRS
It doesn’t matter if the Federal Tax Service (IRS) collects tax arrears by threatening to seize property, or if you just want to get ahead of events by making sure your property is protected from being seized in the future; There are legal ways to protect your property. In order to protect your assets from the IRS by legal means, follow the instructions below that are specific to your situation.
Financial advisors and tax attorneys have been helping clients protect their property against various losses for decades. One possible source of loss for property of individuals is the IRS. Continue reading