Mike Hartman

Michael Hartman attended Wilmington University and obtained both a Bachelors in Business with a focus in Accounting and a Masters in Business Administration. He has years of experience in Social Media Marketing, Advertising, and Tax Planning for Domestic Corporations. He currently manages multiple successful Social Media Campaigns across several industries and markets worldwide.



  The summer passed us by, and now we are preparing for the craziness of Black Friday and the Holiday Season. It is time for us to retreat in a warm chair and read some inspiring books. And here is a short list of books to read this fall. 1. The Four: ... Read More
September 20, 2017Mike Hartman


October 10th was not a good day for new Amazon sellers, since the giant company closed it's FBA program to new comers until December 19th, thus leaving them outside of the selling game during the holiday season. New sellers who have not already sent their first shipment were invited yesterday to ... Read More
October 11, 2016Mike Hartman


Whether you have a great idea for a new product or service, a new way to do things or a passion for serving the public, starting your own business can be a wonderful way to secure your financial future and make the most of the things you do so well. ... Read More
April 7, 2016Mike Hartman
bank account


Opening a new bank account can be a confusing and intimidating process, especially if this is the first time you are doing it. Banking rules have changed in recent years, and that means additional requirements for both residents and non-residents. If you want the process of opening your new account ... Read More
April 6, 2016Mike Hartman
mail forwarding


Even in this age of email and instant communication, there is still a place for the traditional U.S. Mail service. No matter who you are or where you live, chances are your mailbox is filled to the brim every day. And while some of that mail is of the junk ... Read More
April 5, 2016Mike Hartman


There's nothing more frustrating than working a 40-hour week only to give away a major chunk of your income weekly and annually to municipal and federal government agencies. Taxes are an important facet of life, paying for valuable services that make community life better. However, the tax burden residents of ... Read More
January 12, 2016Mike Hartman


One of the greatest concerns among Americans, and citizens in other post-industrialized nations, is financial security. Financial security doesn't just apply to those years when you are actively engaged in the workforce, but also how you save for and survive during your retirement. There is a fixed window of time ... Read More
January 7, 2016Mike Hartman


Every year as April 15th rolls around, Americans turn to their accountants in droves to help file taxes and maximize their refund, or minimize their payments to state and federal authorities. Who could blame the average American for doing so, after all the US federal tax code consists of ... Read More
January 6, 2016Mike Hartman


Whether you operate a sole proprietorship or a smaller C- or S-corp, a bank account is a necessary requirement for operating on a daily basis. That bank account you use to cover expenses and hold your income is a sign of maturity for the whole world to see. Believe it ... Read More
January 5, 2016Mike Hartman


The internet revolution has leveled the playing field when it comes to doing business. It's easier than ever for individuals to set up a small business and use the web to operate in vast markets that would have been out of reach just a few short years ago. Nonetheless, there ... Read More
December 29, 2015Mike Hartman


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