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We are here to Teach, as well as Learn from others.

Mission: What does it take to be successful on the Internet.

We are all on life journey

As my favorite speaker/master of strategic change/negotiation expert/all around nice guy Anthony Robbins puts it:

“You see, in life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know. Knowing is not enough!
You must take action.”

To get what you want,takes a lot of time,determination,education and discipline.
If you don’t work for it. You won’t get it. I’m dedicate in bringing about positive
results. I’m always looking for people with the same mind set.
I’m married with a beautiful wife and 5 great kids. Four girls and one
son. Saved by the bell…LOL

I’ve been doing business on the internet for sometime now and things are looking
good. By educating myself and applying the learned skills, I’m putting
together all the pieces.

I’m looking forward to JV partnering with other entrepreneurs.

Ron Outlaw
Ron Outlaw | nextstep2000

Get ready for the new year AND the new tax laws!

Dec 18th 2010 at 4:01 PM

I am NEITHER an accountant NOR a lawyer, so consult your own
people, concerning these matters...

The US IRS will require ALL US-based payment processors (ie
- Paypal) to report any member with more than 200 payments
to their accounts (no matter the dollar amount or where they
came from) AND $20,000 or more.

Across the web, admins and owners will be instituting new
reporting measures, during the upcoming year.

Naturally, they will choose NOT to pay your share of taxes
(on commissions, gifts, bonuses, etc.).

YES, many will procrastinate, so it may take most of the
year for them to implement their procedures, but rest
assured, they will have them in place, prior to the end of 2011.

This reporting information will be sent to the IRS in
January of 2012... and will contain any earnings paid to you
during the year 2011.

And, YES... the IRS will expect your 1099 reporting to match
the 1099s that you receive.


Ron Outlaw

Please to comment
Mar 26th 2011 at 6:58 AM by AbdeelMarketing
Thank you Ron. I had heard about this, but did not know the particulars. Thanks for sharing.

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