Things They Don’t Tell You

As a new landlord you are entering a minefield of fees, percentages, checks, legal requirements and multiple party working strategies and it can all feel a little overwhelming to start with as everything seems so far from your own sphere of knowledge. However, it doesn’t have to be this hard. With a small amount of research and a little bit of know how you can soon have an easier start to your career as a private landlord. So if this is the first property that you are letting out then be prepared by reading up on all the little things they don’t tell you. Continue reading

Relocating your Business Internationally : How to facilitate your Move

In the pursuit of achieving career goals and long term aspirations, you may well be forced into actions that are as daunting as they are disruptive. Take international relocation as a prominent example of this scenario, as although it is an arduous and emotionally challenging task it may well hold the key to advancing your freelance career or business and boosting your earning potential significantly. It is a process that needs to be managed carefully, however, especially when you consider the logistical and strategic implications of relocating for professional purposes.

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Pros and cons of structured settlements – a refreshing overview

Structured Settlements have been a part of our lives since the 1970s. There are some known advantages and the unfortunate disadvantages attached with them that are difficult to ignore. Over so many years of its inception and usage, one thing is clear that it is one of those funds that do benefit the claimant and help secure his family for a long time through periodic settlements or by making provisions for a lump sum amount should he choose to sell a part of it. The Government has made honest efforts all the way to help people gain from the scheme by making it tax free and by applying judicial watch over the sale of the same. However, there can be some definite cons of the Structured Settlements too that can be classified. Continue reading

4 Ways to Ensure that Your Employees are Happy to Work for You

Your employees are the most valuable asset to your company and their skills and experience provide the key elements that your business needs to thrive. With so many people looking desperately for jobs, companies can sometimes take advantage of what their employees are willing to do. The costs of hiring and training new staff are often higher than investing in the ones that you already have. Here are four ways that you can keep your employees happy and working at their best for your business. Continue reading

3 Reasons Why Your Business Should Care About The Environment

More and more reputable companies in the private sector are waking up to the fact that sustainability and being environmentally conscious actually pays off in business. Going green is now way past the hippie fad that it once was and is a serious contestable issue. Any company thinking about reaching great, profitable heights needs to think about their environmental policy and carbon footprint before they get pulled up by the government or called out by consumers. Here are three main reasons why your business should start to care.

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Saving Money On Fleet Vehicles

Depending on your business, your fleet vehicles might be a small but valuable asset or an absolute cornerstone of your operations. Whichever applies to your company, it’s important to make sure you’re making the most of your fleet – and getting the best value for money, too. Continue reading