Here we present discussions of private or public funds, their management, and the financial system that serves them. And, as with mostother topics, we want to know the impact of politics across state and global markets.

The Key Tax Changes to Anticipate in 2017

Back in October, the IRS announced a number of key changes to policies regarding taxes, both for individuals and businesses. As we enter 2017, it is important to anticipate these changes coming into effect. These changes will affect the taxes you file for the fiscal term of 2017. What are the key changes to anticipate this year?… [Read more]

Six Online Marketing Strategies that Really Work

With the application of technology in marketing and advertising, a paradigm shift has been realized. The internet specifically has had a profound effect on marketing and has completely revolutionized how businesses are noticed and gain customers. To take advantage of these online marketing platforms, your business has to institute effective strategies and below are some of the best bets.… [Read more]

Millennials on Top: What Makes Younger Businesses More Successful?

The Millennial generation is now getting more well-known in the business world. Generally defined as being born between 1980 and 2000, these young adults have gotten quite the negative reputation. They speak their minds, are more attached to technology than you or your parents, and have been stereotyped as having an annoying sense of entitlement. But the fact remains, Millennials are the future of the business world.… [Read more]

Why Franchises are a Smart Choice for Inexperienced Entrepreneurs

Starting a business is not for everyone. Some people prefer the safety net of being an employee with holiday pay, sick pay, and a guaranteed income. However, if you dream of being your own boss, making decisions and enjoying an income with no ceiling, becoming an entrepreneur will be right up your street.

Out-of-the-Box Solutions

Anyone can become an entrepreneur – as long as you have a viable business plan and the motivation to make it work, there is no reason why your business shouldn’t be a success.… [Read more]

5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Filing for Bankruptcy

Debt is a common problem that millions of Americans face each day. Debt can be overwhelming, exhausting, and feel as if it never ends no matter how hard to you try to get above a negative balance. For nearly one million Americans, in 2015, bankruptcy seemed like the only escape, the only way to break free from debt.… [Read more]

Four Myths About Student Loan Forgiveness

If you are one of those who’ve recently graduated, and are drowning in student debts, you’ve most likely heard of student loan forgiveness options. As you delve deeper into getting your student loan forgiven, keep in mind that not everything you read or hear is true. Here are some of the most common myths; experts have shared with us, about student loan forgiveness.… [Read more]

4 Ways HR Can Save Your Company Money

Amid new fears that China’s financial problems will bring the global economy plummeting again, more and more companies are looking for ways to save money in order to protect their bottom line. From cutting back on energy to seeking cheaper materials, small businesses around the globe are trying to trim expenditures to the bare minimum. There are actually some ways your Human Resources (HR)  department can help you cut back on payroll going forward.… [Read more]

Four Frontrunners in the World of Small Business Today

Small business generates some of the world’s brightest and most talented minds. These entrepreneurs have proven they are people to watch, and have what it takes to create entire empires off their own sweat. These industry leaders continue to transform the business world of the future.

Michelle Phan

Michelle got her start as an online vlogger and taught viewers how to apply cosmetics and transform their looks from ordinary to glamorous.… [Read more]

How to Host an Offbeat Business Event

Business events are often deathly boring. The guests stand around making small-talk and nibbling on snacks, wondering how long they have to endure the tedium before they can slide out of a side exit door. If this is your idea of a fun business event, then great, go right ahead, but if you prefer the idea of guests talking about your event for months afterwards, then here are a few ideas to get the ball rolling.… [Read more]

How to Save Money on Your Business Taxes

Business taxes are an unfortunate part of doing business. They come under many names, such as corporation taxes, but the reality is this is the government attempting to claim their slice of your pie. Do everything you can to reduce your business taxes and you can save thousands every year.

Let’s take a look at this complex issue.… [Read more]