The Edit: Guaranteed Payments Might Not Be Guaranteed (To Your Benefit)

Originally published on Paresky Flitt's Insights website page. My husband wrote it. I then undertook the task of editing it. I would love to show you the "before," but I'm not allowed to do that. Let's just say my specialty is taking the complex, researching it, and making it easily understood while preserving the integrity and …

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How To Take A Standardized Test

Originally published on ResolutionsOrganizing.com on February 19, 2019. Written by Dawn Link. Editing and Additional Content provided by Cristina M. Miller, CP APMP, ReadActively.org. An essential component of passing any sort of exam, from a high school or college mid-term to the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT is knowing how to take a test. Use …

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Sales Tax & Internet Sales: Here be Dragons

Originally Published on PareskyFlitt.com on August 10, 2018. Written by Damien Falato, CPA, MST, CGMA. Edited by Cristina M. Miller, CP APMP, ReadActively.org In days before the world was fully explored, map makers often placed the words “here be dragons” in uncharted waters as a warning to sailors.  On June 21, 2018, the Supreme Court …

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Kevlar: An Essential Tool For First-Time Writers Undergoing The Editing Process

Editing is an essential part of the overall writing process. It's also the toughest part on the writer. Submitting your work to a third party to be scrutinized, analyzed, and occasionally even torn apart can be, even for a non-fiction writer, soul decimating. The simultaneously great and frustrating thing about being a writer is that …

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