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Financial Planning: Preparing for Retirement

Retirement isn’t a bridge that you can cross when you get there. Anyone can retire. But to have a safe and fun retirement, you have to prepare carefully and diligently stick to your plan. Retiring without financial flexibility and security is like unemployment at 60. And that’s something you wouldn’t want to go through after

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Money Matters: Why You Need to Build an Emergency Fund

Financial stability is a goal that many adults hope to achieve after securing a full-time job and learning how to juggle all of their responsibilities. It’s not foolish to want a financially stable lifestyle nowadays, especially considering the ever-increasing prices of commodities in the market. But that’s easier said than done. Achieving financial stability is

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The Future of Coworking Spaces: It’s Here to Stay

The coworking business has been around since the mid-2000s. In recent years, the industry has been growing rapidly, especially since many businesses offered remote work for some of their employees. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, remote work became more relevant and people had the option to work from home or another place of their choice.

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The Most Prevalent Cybersecurity Issue of Our Time: Phishing

The last two years have significantly shifted the trajectory of business trends as more entrepreneurs move their businesses online. However, the rise of online transactions and the launch of community platforms created a highly lucrative environment for cyber thieves and made way for even more security threats, including phishing. Phishing companies are notorious for stealing business

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Remote Management: What to Avoid for a High-performing Remote Team

Managing a remote team is no easy feat. From hiring your remote team to training and allowing the members to work on their own, many issues can arise. Since you and your team are not physically together, relaying messages on time, communicating when problems occur, and other challenges can stop your team from working productively

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Legal Advice: How to Handle a Conflict in the Workplace

Being the boss means that you are the person to be held responsible when something happens inside your office. It won’t matter if you are directly involved in the conflict, if you’re knowledgeable about what’s happening but did nothing, or if you’re completely oblivious about the matter at hand. At the end of the day,

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Starting a Business in a Pandemic? Here Are Some Profitable Ideas

The pandemic doesn’t seem like the right time to start a business, but many people do it anyway. Why? The majority of budding entrepreneurs in 2020 attribute it to the need for better financial prospects, and being the boss of your own company does put you in better control of it. There’s also the uncertainty

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Opening a Business in Florida? Fund It in 3 Ways

Florida offers more than a retirement haven and lots of sunshine. It is also one of the friendliest places for companies, particularly for small businesses. Here, only C corporations need to pay state income tax. Meanwhile, limited liability corporations (LLCs) and S corporations operate as pass-through entities as far as taxes are concerned. Besides a

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Painless Methods to Handle Money Issues in the Family

Many people believe that money, in many ways, is indeed the root of everything evil. Families, for one, are no strangers to many money-related misunderstandings, conflicts, and even expensive and emotional legal battles. Many of these legal issues force family members in conflict to rush to find skilled family lawyers to represent them in court.

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