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1.  Email makes me Kukoo – GoSee

2.  What makes entrepreneurs entrepreneurial (because they think effectually, of course)? – GoSee

3.  Wolfram|Alpha’s  goal is to: “make all systematic knowledge immediately computable by anyone” (funny, I just did that yesterday after work).  It looks like a new search engine, but it calculates stuff… a lot of different stuff.  Try some of the examples in the right-hand column of the site, and be amazed – GoSee

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

sr_541cf46ecdecfbThe new generations are constantly creating new exciting ways to build relationships, build their businesses and enjoy their lives.  And now they are working together too.

Coworking is one way to do this, and is becoming popular around the country (…see, I told ya).  It’s pretty cool: it builds relationships with people you can trust, enhances accountability so you’ll actually do your work, and provides a bunch of people you can turn to for immediate help on your stuff (because they sit right beside you).

And did you know that Greenville, SC is coworking now?  And you better get in on the ground floor or all of the spaces will be taken up.

They are having their second introductory meeting to explain all of this weirdness, and here are the details:

Where: Spill the Beans Coffee Shop, downtown Greenville

(610 S. Main St., Greenville, SC  29601)

Date: June 5, 2009

Time: 6:00 pm

Our firm is giving away a free 1 hour financial/business consultation to a lucky participant that brings a friend (so I guess we’re kind of helping to sponsor the event).  Let me know what you think in the comments.

Thanks, Jason M. Blumer

Obama is going to use “sin taxes” (as stated by Kay of Don’t Mess With Taxes) to pay for health care reform.  The Senators call these lines of revenue “lifestyle” taxes instead, namely alcohol and soda.

I love Mountain Dew, so I guess I’ll help institute national health care reform.  Good for me (… or not).

“They who would give up an essential liberty for temporary security, deserve neither liberty nor security.”

Benjamin Franklin

Ribbon Cutting Gifts

Ribbon Cutting Gifts

May 2009 has been a big month for our firm!  My Dad retired and we opened an office within a few days.  It really speaks to the legacy my Dad left for me to carry on.
The Easley Chamber of Commerce  hosted a great ribbon cutting and we had a great turn out of visitors and clients.  Our vision is to offer our innovative services to the many service-oriented businesses in Greenville, and now the surrounding areas.  The Powdersville/Easley area is rapidly growing, and we always like to be right in the middle of the growth!
The office will only be a satellite office for now open on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  However, we are sharing space with Investment Concpets, Inc., an investment company, and they are open 5 days a week; our clients can drop information off securely any day of the week at our Powdersville office.  We’ll keep working to enhance the services the folks in that area need to receive until the office needs new consistent staff.  That may be a while, but you never know. 🙂
New Office Contact Info:
200 Wall Street
Piedmont, SC  29673
T: 864.846.8068
F: 864.846.8067
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The staff that attended the Powdersville opening: (from l. to r., Lisa G. Hope, Firm Administrator, Jason M. Blumer, "King Daddy" (with rabbit ears), and Cathy L. Lovell, CPA, Manager of the Greenville office

The staff that attended the Powdersville opening: (from l. to r., Lisa G. Hope, Firm Administrator, Jason M. Blumer, "King Daddy" (with rabbit ears), and Cathy L. Lovell, CPA, Manager of the Greenville office

 

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