Social media is one of the best tools out there for digital marketing and growing your business. From free to paid options, it’s the perfect way to increase visibility, gain a loyal fan base, increase awareness, and share information.Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Social Media Platform for Your Small Business”
With more people spending time at home this past year, many families have decided to tackle some long overdue home projects and renovations. But how do you know what projects to tackle that will give you the most return on your investment or increase your home’s property value the most? Therein lies the biggest debate with your budget!Continue reading “Most Profitable Home Remodeling Projects to Tackle in 2021”
Today’s housing market is tough – many potential sellers are feeling uncertain about listing, while buyers are motivated to look for new homes. With limited inventory and a surplus of buyers, it can often lead to a multiple bidding situation.Continue reading “Tips to Winning a Bidding War When Buying a Home”
When you first launch your business, there is a lot riding on the entity type that you choose. How you structure your business affects your legal liability, tax obligations, the potential for growth, and compliance rules and regulations that you need to follow. To make it just a tad more complex, the business entity that you choose when you start your business, may not be the correct choice to continue with as the company changes and grows.Continue reading “Is it Time to Rethink Your Business Entity?”
When it comes to insurance, it’s one of those things that many people have a love hate relationship with. It’s great when you need it, but it’s often one of those expenses many people see as an opportunity to skimp on to save a few bucks. Afterall, how often do you really make a claim? If you don’t have the right coverage, it could cost you thousands!Continue reading “The Importance of Having Proper Insurance Coverage”
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2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for many people’s finances. During mandatory shutdowns, most Americans cut back on what were once normal activities and found that they were able to save some money. But now what? As communities slowly reopen, it seems like there are deals and sales everywhere vying for your dollars. So how do you avoid post-quarantine overspending?Continue reading “Tips to Avoid Post-Quarantine Over-Spending”
Here in Connecticut, the housing market is currently a seller’s market – meaning the sellers are the ones with more leverage. But just because the inventory is low and buyers can’t be as picky, it doesn’t mean you should neglect your home. Keeping your property in tiptop shape is a must and doing routine maintenance is still required – plus buyers will notice and potentially not give you the asking price you are looking for!
You should fix small issues before they snowball into larger problems that could cost you big bucks and kill a potential sale down the road.Continue reading “Five things to do BEFORE you put your home on the market!”
The concept of hiring freelancers to handle projects or certain responsibilities is nothing new, however, it’s become very popular over the past decade. There are a few factors that have made the freelancer worker more popular – one major factor – fewer Americans are embracing the traditional 9-5 job career path.
In 2014, there were 53 million freelancers in American – in 2020, it’s estimated to be 57 million or about 35% of American workers. Freelancers love the freedom of making their own hours, working where they want (no cubicles for them), and being able to pick and choose their own projects.Continue reading “The Age of the Freelancer – Why to Hire One and How to Find the Right One”
Gone are the days when someone worked for the same company for 40+ years before retiring with a pension, fancy pen, and maybe if you were lucky a gold watch. Today, the average 50-60 year old has had about 12 jobs over the course of their working career.
With changing jobs comes a trail of old and sometimes forgotten retirement plans, typically a 401(k). These orphaned 401(k)s shouldn’t just get left behind – it’s your money and some could even have thousands of dollars in them.Continue reading “How to Roll Over an Old 401(k)”
Whether you are meeting virtually or in person, one of the hardest parts of working in a team is coordinating and aligning each individual’s effort. Even with everyone on the team working hard and trying to be as productive as possible to get a project or goal completed, you may find that team members are crossing paths, duplicating efforts, or fighting over resources. If the team isn’t constantly in disarray and not working cohesively, the team and said projects will go nowhere fast.Continue reading “Are you making these team huddle mistakes?”