Albert Costill July 19, 2021 I am by no means a financial wizard. So, I was taken aback several years ago when a friend asked for some serious financial advice. He had recently received an inheritance and was looking for suggestions on what he should do with the money. I immediately rattled off the obvious. … Continue reading What Is the Best Thing to Do With an Inherited Annuity?
Amy Stephens February 24, 2021 With less than 10 years left to meet the bold imperatives set forth in 2015 by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the key question now is how can we achieve all 17 targets by 2030? The answer is that we all have a part to play. And it requires governments, … Continue reading SDGs in 2021: Where Do We Go From Here?
Kevin Shuler February 5, 2021 Looking for a Fast Way to Boost Your Bottom Line? Say “NO” to More Spreadsheets. A single spreadsheet error cost Fidelity $ 2.6 billion. How? An employee forgot to add a minus sign, indicating a loss of $ 1.3 billion. Instead, the value went in as a profit and the … Continue reading Why You Need to Say “NO” to More Spreadsheets
Ronita Mohan November 4, 2020 Business correspondence encompasses a variety of documents and modes of communication—but there are a few essential business letters companies always need to write. These essential business letters include the following: Formal Business Letters Sales Letters Business Memos But how do business administrators and management write letters so they receive the … Continue reading 3 Essential Business Letters Companies Need to Write
Dildeep Singh — April 17, 2020 We hope that you are managing well in these testing circumstances. The coronavirus has certainly changed the nature of work and also made businesses consider their online presence. While things slow down on the business front, now is the perfect time to optimize your online presence and get ahead … Continue reading The Best Business Quarantine Checklist
Kenna Griffin — April 7, 2020 My best friend has a sign in her bathroom that reads: “Indecision may or may not be my problem.” I find it funny every time I read it, even though she seems pretty decisive to me. If we’re honest with ourselves, we probably all have times when we overthink … Continue reading Identifying and Overcoming Analysis Paralysis
Susan Gilbert — March 13, 2020 Today I have some resources to help you improve your time management for your solo business. It’s important to maximize your time when it comes to building a successful business. These top tools will help you become more productive and ultimately profitable. Would you like to improve your schedule? … Continue reading Harness Your Work Day With These 4 Business Tools
Office Move Basics: How To Make Your Office Move Stress-Free Imagine this – you’re going to your new office. You meet your coworkers, all working from their new desks and their updated hardware. You go to your new office, with your new chair, and start work while looking at the great view from your window. … Continue reading Office Move Basics: How To Make Your Office Move Stress-Free
Steven Imke — February 24, 2020 What is a SWOT analysis? SWOT is an acronym that stands for Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats. Strengths and Weaknesses are internal factors that you can control while Opportunities and Threats are external factors that you cannot. You will also notice that Strengths and Opportunities represent positive or helpful … Continue reading SWOT Analysis – How to Conduct a Proper One
Dan Fries — February 4, 2020 You might be surprised to know that nearly half of all small businesses don’t have a website. It’s almost impossible to overstate the importance of website ownership to businesses, large and small alike. The Internet gives even the smallest of startup companies a chance to connect with millions of … Continue reading The Importance of Websites for Business