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First Friday In November Link Roundup

Friday, November 05, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - I hope everyone survived Halloween's sugar rush, and that you proudly displayed your "I voted" sticker after Tuesday's election. It's been a busy week, so here's a look the news you may have missed.

Confused about the Federal Reserve's plan to spend $600 billion to help the economy? NPR and Slate partner to break the announcement down into plain language.

Small Biz Survival reminds us that it's never to early to start thinking about taxes, and OPEN Forum suggests steps to take now to prevent your business reputation from being tarnished in the future.

If you're concerned about your online privacy, take a few minutes and follow Consumerist's directions to remove all of the Facebook applications that you haven't used lately (or in over six months...oops!).


[Fed to Spend $600 Billion to Speed Up Recovery]
[The Fed's $600 Billion Statement, Translated Into Plain English]
[Can a sole proprietor have more than one business]
[The Great Fall: Losing Your Business Reputation]
[Delete All Facebook Apps You're Not Using]


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