Category: Business


  • 6 Steps to Take before Starting a Business

    This is a guest post by Carol Roth. Are you tired of working for someone else? Do you think starting your own business could get you off the unemployment line? Think again. The failure rate for new businesses within the first 5 years is as high as 90 percent. Before you decide to join the […]

  • How To Decide Whether or Not to Outsource Your HR Department

    Finding all the paperwork in your business a hassle? Struggling to keep up with the mountain of management associated with employing people that isn’t directly related to the work they’re doing for you? Then you might want to consider a professional employer organization (PEO). A PEO essentially takes over the HR functions of a business […]

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    10 Jobs That Will Eventually Be Replaced by AI

    AI is short for artificial intelligence, which is something you are probably familiar with by now. If you aren’t, artificial intelligence is very simply intelligence that is demonstrated by machines. Over time, it has become exceptionally capable. Because of the way that AI is expanding, it is likely that some jobs may be overtaken by […]

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    The Sweepstakes Casino Economy

    Who doesn’t enjoy a good game, especially when there is money to be made at the same time? That’s where there is a legal option that you may not yet have been aware of: the sweepstakes casino. Fuel your competitiveness with sweepstakes casino games – learn more in the visual deep dive below: Source:

  • 6 Reasons Movies Are So Expensive

    This February’s movie sales were dismal. Box Office Mojo has more: In February, movie theaters racked up nearly $660 million in sales, dipping close to 13 percent from February 2010’s $755 million haul. It was the lowest-grossing February since 2007, and it was the largest February-to-February slip since 1995. With overall attendance optimistically estimated at […]

  • How to Change From Sole Proprietor to LLC

    How to Change From Sole Proprietor to LLC

    When you started your business, a sole proprietorship structure was the easiest option. Now that you have more experience, you might wonder if a limited liability company (LLC) would be a better fit for your business. A business that operates as a sole proprietor can transition to an LLC, but you can’t simply convert a […]

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    10 Best Side Hustles You Can Do From Home

    In today’s world, a single income isn’t always enough to get by on. In 2019, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the median income for someone working full-time was about $936.00 per week. While this sounds like a fair amount, keep in mind that with averages there are still many making far less per week. […]

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    Businesses You Can Start With No Money

    Have plenty of courage, dedication, and commitment—but not a lot of cash? Don’t worry. You don’t need a lot of money (or any money at all!) to start your own business. You just need to have a good idea.  Oh, and a good work ethic, of course. If you’re looking for information on businesses you […]

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    Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Apple

    The company that urges you to Think Different is full of a lot more surprises than you would think. While it has become a widely accepted fact that Steve Jobs was a bit eclectic, the way that has shaped Apple, and the way the company continues his legacy is remarkable. Here are ten things that […]

  • Universal Basic Income For Dummies

    Andrew Yang is the first Presidential candidate in history to seriously propose a Universal Basic Income (UBI) for all Americans. So what’s all the fuss about? Proponents argue primarily for four points: 1) It’s a way of leveling the playing field a little bit and dealing with the growing wealth disparity between the rich and […]