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Discrimination: How to Deal With It and Succeed – Tom Alston

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Success comes from knowledge and experience and Tom did this video to share a little of both with you. In this video Tom Alston, the 69-year-old white guy who runs Aero and Marine Tax Professionals shares his personal story. The fact is that everyone on earth deals with discrimination in one way or another but the key is how you handle it. Tom in particular shares this information for the younger business people and millennials to help them deal with all the BS around them.

Aero & Marine Tax Professionals are the preeminent experts in California sales tax involving airplanes, vehicles or vessels. They can show you how to avoid sales tax and to make certain the full value of your next aircraft, vehicle or vessel goes in your pocket–not the Government’s.

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