Dear Editor: 

     Here's a partial list of Bill Lynott's credits. Bill insists that it's just a coincidence, but it's interesting to note that several of the publications that carried his work years ago have since faded into oblivion.

    For a look at some of the stuff that may have contributed to their demise, click at the bottom of the page.



 
Magazines/Newspapers:
AARP Bulletin
American Legion Magazine
Bankrate.com
Changing Times
Chicago Tribune
Consumer's Digest
Elks Magazine
Family Circle
Harvest Years
Home Business Magazine
The Lion's Magazine
Military Officer Magazine
Milwaukee Sentinel Journal
Modern Maturity
MyBusiness Magazine
New York Daily News
Popular Electronics
Philadelphia Daily News
Philadelphia Inquirer
Philadelphia Bulletin
Reader's Digest
Suburban Living
Supervision Magazine
Writer's Digest

and others

Author of monthly columns:
"It's YOUR Business"
"Your Money"

  Bill's Books:
 ProfessionalServiceManagement
            McGraw-Hill, 1983

Power Letters for Service Executives
       
Lynco Publications, 1986

Money: How to Make the Most
of What You've Got
Author's Choice Press, 2001

Professional & Trade Magazines:
Chiropractic Economics
Cosmetic Surgery Times
Dance Teacher
Dentistry Today
Dermatology Times
Drum Business Magazine
Engravers Journal
Eyecare Business
Giftware Business
Giftware News
Health Products Business
Home Business Magazine
Landscape Management
Landscape Ontario
Limousine Digest
Masonry Magazine
Massage & Bodywork
Medical Economics
Model Retailer
Nailpro
National Jeweler
Ophthalmology Times
Ocular Surgery News
Party & Paper Retailer
Physician's Money Digest
Podiatry Management
Professional Roofing
Progressive Rentals
Realtor Magazine
Rental Management
Restaurant Hospitality
Road King
Specialty Coffee Retailer
Student Lawyer
The College Store
The Federal Credit Union
Tree Care Industry
Urology Times
Veterinary Economics
and others



Clippings

Bill on the Light Side 

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Serious Note




 personal money management
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to be without


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