Even if you’re not normally a self-starter, recent events might have you thinking about your career and how to productively spend your increased time at home.
From the time we are expected to stand on our own two feet, we are hit with the hidden costs of living. Whether we are talking about the extra costs associated with attending college or the extra costs associated with simply putting a roof over your head, these payments can add up.Continue reading
There are many financial benefits for those looking to take their business down an environmentally conscious path. Climate change and similar ecological threats have shifted the way people view corporations.Continue reading
It’s a brand-new year, which means that tax season is upon the nation. You still have until April to figure out your taxes, but the new laws may slow your progress this year. Don’t worry about your 2019 taxes. Simply follow a few tips in order to ease any tension. The new rules will make sense as you get accustomed to the enhanced forms and various deductions.
Get started on your taxes with these tips and tricks.
Owning and running a business can be stressful enough as it is. Unfortunately, the holidays can take that stress to the next level. A little careful planning, however, can keep things running smoothly over the holidays and help ensure that your company takes advantage of the busy season.
If you run a small business, managing your finances is one of your most important tasks. Fortunately, there are many fine software tools available that can help you do just this. Here are five finance tools your small business should make use of.
There is a distinct correlation between employees being satisfied with their job and the benefits that job offers. Employers that offer benefits (whether they be medical, dental, or vision insurance) can expect that their employees will be generally happier at work.
By MJ Plaster
Traders live and die by the trend. “The trend is your friend,” they say. Amateur traders who become emotionally attached to a stock hang on too long, just as stubborn business owners hang on to something “they’ve always done” instead of reading the tea leaves and adjusting to meet emerging business conditions.
By MJ Plaster
As the list of outted perverts grows, it makes you wonder if it would be easier to create a list of people who don’t sexually harass or inappropriately touch people over whom they have power. At the same time, it seems that men are in danger of having their every glance and utterance cataloged to prove harassment. It doesn’t help that everything has become a microaggression.