Feb 062012
 

There is a WordPress feature that saves automatically review our article in order to avoid accidental loss of our content. These revisions allow us to recover previous versions of our post but of course they’re going to weigh down, albeit slightly, our database. Sometimes
Solutions to change it:

Change the settings to our revisions is very simple, just add one line of code to our wp-config.php file located in the root of our site. The possibilities for change are:

Change the interval that elapses between a self-rescue and the other, 3 minutes in our case:
1 define (‘AUTOSAVE_INTERVAL’, 180), / / every 3 minutes

Specify the maximum number of revisions you want to save, in the case where 5 is the number of revisions allowed:
1 define (‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, 5);

Completely disable the Revision of the post:
1 define (‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, false);

Of course if you want the options togheter will add the lines you need. For Example:

define (‘AUTOSAVE_INTERVAL’, 600), / / every 10 minutes;

define (‘WP_POST_REVISIONS’, 5);/ / will limit the revisions to 5

Feb 042012
 

Browsing nothinginbetweenllc.com I found a minimalist website. I have not found unnecessary pages nor pages full of aggressive advertising. The central figure of the site is the book by Joani Ward “You Do not Have To Be Broke”. I would like to find a page dedicated to the author and a true picture of the book published.

The unique advantage of Joani Ward’s book is that it is based on her actual experiences. She hopes readers will take the required action to bring their entrepreneurial ideas to fruition, unlike her earlier unfinished attempts. Please understand that Joani may have missed out on some of her earlier entrepreneurial opportunities, but she’s on point now. Her MBA provides the foundation, skills and confidence she needs to run a business, but her self-education is what gave her the drive to become a business owner.
Jim Rohn says “a formal education will make you a living, but self-education will make you a fortune.”

True wealth creation is driven by self-development, so make an investment in yourself with a copy of Joani Ward’s new book, You Don’t Have To Be Broke.

Jan 302012
 

I want to donate a Used Ford Explorer 4×4 for charity. The car details are below:Ford Explorer Donation

Mileage 197,000
Body Style Sport Utility
Exterior Color Blue
Interior Color Gray
Engine 6 Cylinder
Transmission Automatic
Drive Type 4 wheel drive
Fuel Type Gasoline
Doors Five Door

I didn’t understand very well if the donation helps for tax returns so any help will be very appreciated.
If you are interested in receiving this donation please leave a comment. The car is located in Bay Area of San Francisco. I will try to understand if the donation of this car will really help you so tell me in few words why I should donate it to you 🙂

Only on answers i found some details abut donating a car. If you want to donate a car too, you can only deduct a charitable contribution if you itemize, so if you don’t itemize, there’s no tax benefit to you from the donation.

Charities usually sell donated cars at auction, and they’ll give you a receipt for the car showing how much it sold for – that’s the amount you can deduct. Be aware that cars being auctioned usually sell below what would be fair market value.

The tax benefit from the deduction is at most the amount of the deduction times your tax bracket. So if they sold the car for $3000, and your tax bracket is 15%, your tax savings would at most be $450.

This is for federal taxes, so the rules are the same in every state of the US.

If you do not check a company before entering into a transaction, you could lose your money, time and credibility. Some widely used resources are the Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org) and the national fraud center (www.fraud.org) these days, you can easily find out more about a company using the internet in a few minutes. From a company’s website, you can details about its ownership, how old the company really is and feedback from the company’s customers.