4 Bankruptcy Mistakes To Avoid

Finance & Money Blog

The vast majority of people never plan on filing for bankruptcy-- in many cases, people consider turning to bankruptcy due to huge medical debt, the loss of a job, divorce, or loss of income due to the unexpected death of a spouse/partner. Coming to the decision to file bankruptcy is not always easy, but in many cases, it is the best option. But, if you're going to file for bankruptcy, it is important to do so the right way.

8 October 2017

3 Traditional Workplace Tasks Your Startup Should Consider Outsourcing

Finance & Money Blog

In the not-so-distant past, small businesses had onsite staff to handle tasks such as handling payroll and distributing checks to employees, as well as handling bookkeeping, data entry, and reception tasks. Others brought specialists such as graphic designers and copywriters to their onsite team. Today's workplace, however, is much more scaled down, and outsourcing provides an excellent way for startups and other small businesses to get the expertise they require without the expense and organizational challenges involved in maintaining an onsite, full-time staff.

10 August 2017

The Basics Of Bid Bonds And How To Get One When You Are New To The Construction Field

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If you are new to the construction field and will soon be bidding on projects, it's important for you to be aware of the use and functionality of bid bonds. Because the majority of construction projects require them in order for a bid to be accepted or even considered, it's virtually impossible to successfully work in the construction field without being able to provide bid bonds. Therefore, the information below will permit you to have a better understanding of bid bonds and how they work, for each future project that you might bid on.

29 June 2017

Three Reasons Why Bail Is Set High

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If you have recently been charged with a crime, but the judge says you can be released on bail, you may be wondering why the bail amount is so high. Surely, the judge knows that you are unable to pay the amount required, and that most people you know could not afford it either. Well, actually, the judge does not know that, but that is beside the point. There are some legitimate reasons why a judge would require bail amounts that most people could not pay.

5 June 2017

3 Signs That You Should Invest In Precious Metals

Finance & Money Blog

When you think about investing, you probably think about putting your money into the stock market or perhaps into real estate. You might not think about buying gold, silver, titanium or other precious metals, but this can be a good way of investing as well. These are a few signs that this could be a good investment option for you. 1. You're Bored with Your Existing Investments Saving and investing can be a lot of fun, and the more that you enjoy it, the more likely that you will probably be to put your money aside for a later day.

25 May 2017

The Importance Of Paying Quarterly Tax Payments When Self-Employed

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Being self-employed can be a great opportunity for some people, but filing and paying taxes can be highly confusing and frustrating for people who work for themselves. If you are self-employed and do not take a regular paycheck each week or month, you will need to pay estimated taxes to the IRS each quarter. If you do not understand this, you should hire a tax expert for help. Why Do You Have To Pay Estimated Taxes?

10 May 2017

Three Ways To Get The Cash Your Small Business Needs For Expansion

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It can be difficult for a small business owner to borrow money to expand his or her small business, but it is something that many business owners face at some point. It can be especially frustrating when there is a clear path to growth, if only you had a new piece of equipment that will enable you to generate more revenue. The following are three possibilities to get an infusion of cash for your operation.

31 March 2017