Whether you’re taking over running a business or handing over the reins to your responsibilities to someone else, expect some bumps in the road. But be careful not to become a source of agitation and dissent through the process. This recent presidential election, which has been simultaneously entertaining and frustrating at times, can teach us some valuable lessons about what to do and what not to do during a leadership transition. Continue reading “Dos And Don’ts When Transferring Leadership Responsibilities: Lessons To Learn From Obama And Trump”
So you finally want to join the blogging community. Well by reading this article you’ll have taken the biggest step to starting a blog that can create an income for you and your family.
I have been blogging as my main source of income for the past 8 years. Continue reading “By: Selina Clevin”
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Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or a working mom, chances are you’ve got a lot on your plate. Continue reading “Freelance Services Busy Moms Can Offer That Don’t Interfere With Family Time”
I can say without a doubt that I’m happier than ever when I’m working remotely. But is remote working the secret to happiness for everyone?
According to research from TINYpulse, remote working has significant perks for some people. If you like having the freedom of choosing where and when to work and are okay without having frequent direct coworker interaction, then you’ll probably be very happy working remotely. Continue reading “Remote Workers Really Are Happier Than Office Employees – Infographic”
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Do you love fashion and style? Would you like to have your own fashion boutique, but don’t have the funds to invest in a brick and mortar storefront?
Although small businesses with 50 or fewer employees don’t legally need to offer business health insurance right now, there are many benefits to doing so. From attracting talent and keeping your employees healthy and productive to saving money on tax credits and deductions, there are plenty of pros. Continue reading “Small Business Health Insurance: How To Select The Best Plan For Your Company”
With the popularity of work from home jobs soaring, the opportunity for scams is also on the rise.
Creative scammers know how to make websites that look legit, but can take your money in no time, offering nothing in return but an empty wallet.
Fortunately, I’ve spent a lot of time researching these kinds of websites. Continue reading “Unsure If A Work From Home Job Is A Scam? These Tips Will Help!”
Closing a business, whether an LLC or corporation, requires formally dissolving it with your state. If you don’t, you could be stuck with the responsibilities of filing your inactive business’s annual reports and state/federal tax returns. And you may be legally obligated to renew your business licenses and permits, too. Continue reading “What Should You Do If Your Business Is “Inactive”?”
American Express is a well-known credit card company that offers work-from-home customer service positions.
American Express, also referred to as AMEX, offers more than just a credit card to their customers.
From business management solutions to reward points and hosting travel accommodations- American Express has become an all-around service. Continue reading “Work From Home At American Express : Earn Up To $28 Per Hour With Benefits!”
It’s a common misconception that you need a college degree or loads of experience to fulfill your dream of working from home.
This couldn’t be further from the truth. Plenty of companies hire people to work from home starting out with an entry level position, no experience needed. Continue reading “77 No Experience Needed, Entry Level Work From Home Jobs”