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How to get paid to shop online

29 Mar 2016 
(CBS News) Shopping to make money may seem a little counterintuitive, but these days, online retailers are turning things on their head and asking online shoppers to promote certain products in order to drive more traffic to their sites.

If you're looking to get in on the action, check out CBS News business and economics correspondent Rebecca Jarvis' segment above with information about websites that are linking shoppers to retailers that offer the incentives and what you need to know when using them.

Editor's Note: The Federal Trade Commission has been critical of this practice saying it's difficult for readers to decipher between what's a recommendation and what's a paid endorsement, so it's advised that if you decide to engage in these practices, you make clear in your posts that you're getting compensated.

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How to Make Money from Home with Bukisa

29 Mar 2016 
Residual Income is getting paid every month for what you've done to secure a nice stream of passive income. It's a realistic way for anyone to make some good money on the side. Perhaps the easiest way to earn passive income is writing articles. It's simple--anyone can write about the things they love. If others read it, you get a portion of the revenue! It's as simple as that. Once such site is Bukisa. They will pay you for every person that looks at your content.

Do you love the idea of residual income and love to work at home? It sounds too good to be true-but the great thing is, it is true! Much like eHow or other online writing sites, Bukisa will pay you to write articles or for articles you've already written, while you sit comfortably at home and make money.

Join Bukisa. Before you can start to make money from home with Bukisa, you need to join. It's the easiest thing in the world to join; it literally takes about 30 seconds. If you want to be friends you can use my link to join Bukisa: , or scroll down to the resources section.

Upload your writing. Now if you're already a writer for eHow, Bukisa will be your best friend when it comes to making money from home. You can take your eHow articles word for word and post them on Bukisa, but I recommend you make some changes. So in this step, take any writings you may already have (and want to make money on) and upload them to Bukisa. The upload process takes literally no time at all; simply copy and paste, and you can make money with Bukisa.

Get the word out. Bukisa pays based on page views. They have what's called a "Bukisa Index," which is literally how much you get paid per 1000 page views. So if you want to make money, you need to get the word out. Link your Bukisa articles to your works on other sites. Use social networking sites like facebook and twitter to tell your friends about your articles. More page views means more money in your pocket.

Help others. Once you've got your articles and told your friends, use your articles to help others; this way you can make money with Bukisa and find readers. Find blogs or people who are curious about the subject of your writing. Refer them to your articles, and tell them to tell their friends-the more people that view your articles the more money that you make.

Set higher goals. Really you're only limited by how many articles you write, and how much time you have to spend. The more time you spend at home writing, the more money you can make. Set goals for yourself and put aside more time to write articles. Repeat the process with your new articles.

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25 Mar 2016 
Could be a bad link or an error in the address. Try searching IB for it (right up there in our nav bar), or maybe one of the articles below will fit your fancy. If you're sure a page should be here, send us an email and we'll get to the bottom of this.

Can Emails Get You in Trouble at Work?by Leigh Goessl1 month, 6 days agoCredit: HebiFot via Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Years ago it was the memo, but in today's tech-centric society, email has long become one of the primary methods of communication companies use either internally or externally. Many employees use it throughout the work day as it is a quick and easy way to send messages. Some employees use their work...

Read This >>My Family Makes Me Proud - Tips for Maintaining a Good Relationship with your Childrenby kellapat3 weeks, 3 days ago Single Motherhood When my husband passed away with cancer many years ago, my children were all teenagers. It was a frightening experience for me, having to raise them alone, but it was my husbands wisdom that saved the day. He had encouraged me to return to school after we were married and I did. As a result, I...

Read This >>Top 10 Tips for Financially Struggling Studentsby Leigh Goessl1 month, 2 days ago If you are a college student you already know how tight finances can get. After tuition, fees, books and other expenses related to your education are met, you likely find yourself limited on money. This is, if you aren't already living off negative balances in your bank account. The good news is there are many ways you can...

Read This >>3 Steps to Lose Your Lower Back Painby Jay Aaron1 month, 1 week ago Lower back pain can be a very debilitating condition that effects more than two thirds of people in the United States. Of this percentage only approximately 37% of people seek out help to reduce their symptoms. These symptoms can include aching, stiffness, weakness, and even numbness and tingling that can refer down into your legs and feet. Things that...

Read This >>How to Succeed in the Virtual College Classroomby Leigh Goessl1 month, 1 week ago Distance learning is a terrific opportunity for students who either don't want to attend their courses in a traditional classroom setting or can't due to other job or family responsibilities. Whatever the reasons are for pursuing college through online classes, if this is your first time a very different kind of approach to learning awaits you. While the...

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Obama's misguided corporate tax giveaways (Opinion)

25 Mar 2016 
On the individual side, he would increase taxes on the very wealthiest Americans to pay for tax cuts for lower- and middle-income Americans, including limiting tax benefits of itemized deductions for the best-off Americans, scaling back gigantic tax breaks for capital gains and large estates, and ensuring that hedge-fund managers pay their fair share. Each of these steps would reduce glaring inequities in our tax laws that allow the Warren Buffets of the world to pay lower tax rates than their secretaries.

On the tax-cutting side, Obama would expand tax credits for child-care and education expenses, boost the earned-income tax credit for childless workers, and give a new tax break to two-earner couples. Critically, these tax cuts would be paid for by the loophole-closers already mentioned.

Unfortunately, these sensible proposals are almost certainly dead on arrival in the GOP-led Congress.

But on the corporate side, the president's plans actually have a chance of being taken seriously by congressional Republicans -- possibly because his ideas are more in line with the ideological push for lower corporate tax rates.

The president's plan would impose a one-time 14% tax on the $2 trillion in untaxed income that multinational companies collectively have stashed in tax havens. While 14% is certainly higher than the single-digit rate companies such as Apple and Microsoft have paid to date on their offshore cash, it's still a lot less than the 35% these companies should be paying on their profits, and it's less than what many other businesses are already dutifully paying. Members of Congress have made similar proposals, including Sens. Barbara Boxer and Rand Paul, who recently proposed taxing foreign profits at 6.5%. Put another way, the president and lawmakers' theory on taxing offshore profits appears to be "getting something is better than nothing."

But we can do better.

In the wake of a titanic debate last year over what should happen to the corporate tax rate, Obama's budget is equally notable for failing to include a comprehensive proposal to eliminate tax giveaways.

The President has said that he wants a revenue-neutral corporate tax change that collects the same amount of revenue by lowering the corporate tax rate while eliminating loopholes. But his budget proposal is silent on how to accomplish this goal. The goal of corporate tax reform should be raising more revenue, not the same amount.

Measured as a share of the economy, the U.S. corporate tax is lower than almost every other developed nation -- and our corporate tax collections are at nearly their lowest point since World War II. This decline has been driven by rampant tax avoidance by big multinational corporations.

Citizens for Tax Justice released a report which found that 111 Fortune 500 corporations have found a way to pay zero corporate income taxes in at least one of the last five years despite being consistently profitable. And more than 70% of the Fortune 500 companies now have subsidiaries in foreign tax havens. All of which makes it even more absurd that President Obama would reward these tax dodgers with a special low tax rate on their foreign cash hoard.

There is some good in the president's tax reform proposal. In particular, the low-income tax credits will encourage work and pull millions of workers out of poverty. Unfortunately, it is hard to imagine these ideas receiving a real hearing this year.

But the President's plan to lower the corporate tax rate and reward companies that stash their profits offshore with a lower tax rate -- coupled with his budget's lack of detail on a road map to eliminating corporate loopholes -- signals there is fertile ground for compromise that would fail to achieve a fair and sustainable corporate tax.

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Black Friday Sales: Top 12 Free Items

22 Mar 2016 
Everyone loves freebies, though some shoppers will go out of their way, even acting irrationally, to get their hands on one. Website dealnews compiled a preview list of free items from stores on Black Friday.

While the following freebies don't have murky strings attached, beware of return policies for items you purchase.

"Some stores change their rules on Black Friday, including the flexibility of return policies and availability of layaway programs," said personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi, at Chase Ultimate Rewards. "At Amazon, for example, jewelry purchased on Black Friday may not be returned, and Toys 'R Us puts its layaway program on hiatus for the day."

Check with your local store to make sure it is participating in these freebies below, and note that many of these are in limited quantities or are available only to the earliest of shoppers.

At 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving day, 120 Best Buy Stores will have an outdoor, big-screen viewing of the film "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2." At 8 p.m. stores will offer "giveaways and refreshments," entertaining guests before opening at midnight. You can check if a store in your neighborhood will participate on the Best Buy website.

The warehouse will have a complimentary breakfast from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. with hot egg sandwiches, fresh fruit, yogurt and coffee. Shoppers who join Sam's Club or upgrade to Plus Membership while in-club through the weekend will receive a $20 gift card to spend immediately.

On Thanksgiving some Old Navy stores will open at 9 a.m., and customers can participate in 3-D electronics giveaways, movie tickets and other discounts. Be one of the first customers in line, and spend $40 on Old Navy products on Black Friday, to get a free Kodak Easyshare sport waterproof digital camera bundle while supplies last, worth more than $100, which includes a coupon for a free Kodak Gallery medium wall photo calendar, a $10-off coupon for a Kodak Easyshare Inkjet Printer Featuring 3-D printing.

Toys "R" Us stores are opening at 9 p.m. for the first time ever on Thanksgiving day. The first 100 customers in the stores will receive a free Holiday Savings Coupon Book with $500 in discounts to such name-brand retailers as Eddie Bauer, Aropostale and more, reports dealnews.

JCPenney is giving away up to 5,000 free 2011 Disney Mini-Snow Globes to each store's first Black Friday shoppers through Saturday, as long as supplies last. Quantities may vary by store. Stores open at 4 a.m.

Dealnews reports that several items are free at Staples after rebates, including QuickBooks Online Simple Start 2012 (currently $49.99) and McAfee Total Protection 2012 for 3 PCs (currently $79.99).

More than two dozen CVS items are free this Black Friday after CVS ExtraBucks discounts. Dealnews suggests you look for the offers that include ExtraBucks, though prices and items vary by store. Lou Carlozo, dealnews contributor, advises you sign up for a CVS Extra Care Card in order to qualify for ExtraBucks, which will be printed on your receipt.

On Black Friday Ace Hardware customres can get both an LED Flashlight and an 8-inch Marlin Lockback Pocket Knife for free after $4 rebates. Limit two rebates per item, per customer. Additional rebates are listed on the website. Hours vary by store because each are independently owned, says a spokeswoman. For Saturday only, Ace will offer a coupon for "50% Off One Item Under $30" on the cover of the Ace circular and online.

Open 4 to 10 p.m. on Thanksgiving and 5 a.m. or 6 a.m. Friday, Michael's will offer a free Godiva Chocolate Bar for the first 100 Customers.

The first 100 shoppers lined up at midnight on Black Friday will receive a scratch-off card and the chance to win an iPad2, a $250 gift card, or $5 in Bealls Bucks.

Auto parts seller Pep Boys will be open at 6 a.m. on Black Friday and will offer at least one freebie: a Peak 1-Million Candlepower Spotlight (after $10 rebate).

Walgreens will offer at least 15 items for free as part of its Register Rewards program, so make sure you read about the program, dealnews advises.

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