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  • Article title: Here’s How to Make Credit Work for You Instead of Against You
  • Article text: It is hard to live in modern society without any form of credit. You can’t get an apartment without passing a credit check. Unless you happen to have $30,000 doing nothing in the bank, you are not going to get a new car without credit. Even a potential spouse might want to see your [*nolink https://www.thebalance.com/best-free-credit-reports-4174784 *]credit report[*endlink*] before tying the knot. It is a pretty good idea that more people should consider. If you haven’t checked in a while, you will want to take a look at your credit report so that you can see what might be holding you back.

    If you’re not careful, credit can do more harm than good. Even if you’re careful, things sometimes get out of hand. Once they do, it is a short distance between bad and worse. No one wants to admit they have a credit problem because it is embarrassing. It suggests that you are irresponsible and bad with money. It brings everything about your decision-making into question. When a person’s credit card is rejected at the check-out counter, they always insist that it is a problem with the company. No one wants to admit that they messed up in such a socially awkward way. If this has happened to you, consider the following ways to get control of your credit before it gets control of you:

    [*subheading*]Get a Credit-Building Loan[*endsubheading*]

    Whether it is for debt consolidation or an emergency purchase, you are going to encounter a situation that requires more money than you have in a bank. You are going to need a loan. Regardless of what kind of loan it is, you are going to need to provide background information and possibly documentation. It is already a little embarrassing that you have to apply for a loan. Don’t get rejected because you don’t know where your birth certificate is.

    Get a [*link https://govplus.com/solutions/birth-certificate/ *]replacement birth certificate[*endlink*] now when you don’t need it so you can have it ready when you do. A birth certificate will serve as one of the two forms of ID when needed. Some types of applications require it regardless of other ID you present. The important takeaway is that you will not be able to get a loan to repair your credit or any other reason without the proper documentation.

    [*subheading*]Savings[*endsubheading*]

    It doesn’t have to be one or the other. You can deploy a strategy of [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/getting-on-the-right-track-5-ways-to-save-for-what-you-want/ *]combining credit and savings to get the things you want[*endlink*]. Step one is to save enough money to purchase the item you want and set that money aside. From there, you can use your credit card to purchase the item. Use the money you set aside to make your payments. To avoid interest payments, you can pay the balance the moment it is due. That way, you build credit without incurring interest or worrying about not being able to pay it off later.

    You can also save money for the things you want and only reserve your good credit for things you absolutely need. Doing this successfully means you have to have the discipline of knowing the difference between the two and not rationalizing the one for the other. We can easily convince ourselves that what we want and what we need are the same thing. The real key to knowing the difference is asking yourself if the purchase can wait for a few weeks or if it has to be done right now. If it can wait, it should wait until you have built up some temporary savings. You still get what you want while protecting your credit.

    [*subheading*]Apply for Credit Before You need It[*endsubheading*]

    When you use credit strictly for emergency purposes, you don’t know when you are going to need it. If you are uncertain about your credit status, One of the best ways to find out is to apply for a reputable credit card and see if you can get it. Some will worry about whether applying for credit will hurt their credit. That is not the biggest concern if you don’t get it. The bigger concern is discovering why you didn’t get it so that you can correct the situation for when you need it. If you do get it, hang onto it so that you will have a safety net if things go bad at a later time.

    Credit is neither bad nor good. It is all down to how you use it. Get all of your documentation in order so you can apply when needed. Use credit to complement savings. And apply before you need it so that you can correct any issues that come up. 

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_Article title: Here’s How to Make Credit Work for You Instead of Against You
_Article text: It is hard to live in modern society without any form of credit. You can’t get an apartment without passing a credit check. Unless you happen to have $30,000 doing nothing in the bank, you are not going to get a new car without credit. Even a potential spouse might want to see your [*nolink https://www.thebalance.com/best-free-credit-reports-4174784 *]credit report[*endlink*] before tying the knot. It is a pretty good idea that more people should consider. If you haven’t checked in a while, you will want to take a look at your credit report so that you can see what might be holding you back. If you’re not careful, credit can do more harm than good. Even if you’re careful, things sometimes get out of hand. Once they do, it is a short distance between bad and worse. No one wants to admit they have a credit problem because it is embarrassing. It suggests that you are irresponsible and bad with money. It brings everything about your decision-making into question. When a person’s credit card is rejected at the check-out counter, they always insist that it is a problem with the company. No one wants to admit that they messed up in such a socially awkward way. If this has happened to you, consider the following ways to get control of your credit before it gets control of you: [*subheading*]Get a Credit-Building Loan[*endsubheading*] Whether it is for debt consolidation or an emergency purchase, you are going to encounter a situation that requires more money than you have in a bank. You are going to need a loan. Regardless of what kind of loan it is, you are going to need to provide background information and possibly documentation. It is already a little embarrassing that you have to apply for a loan. Don’t get rejected because you don’t know where your birth certificate is. Get a [*link https://govplus.com/solutions/birth-certificate/ *]replacement birth certificate[*endlink*] now when you don’t need it so you can have it ready when you do. A birth certificate will serve as one of the two forms of ID when needed. Some types of applications require it regardless of other ID you present. The important takeaway is that you will not be able to get a loan to repair your credit or any other reason without the proper documentation. [*subheading*]Savings[*endsubheading*] It doesn’t have to be one or the other. You can deploy a strategy of [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/getting-on-the-right-track-5-ways-to-save-for-what-you-want/ *]combining credit and savings to get the things you want[*endlink*]. Step one is to save enough money to purchase the item you want and set that money aside. From there, you can use your credit card to purchase the item. Use the money you set aside to make your payments. To avoid interest payments, you can pay the balance the moment it is due. That way, you build credit without incurring interest or worrying about not being able to pay it off later. You can also save money for the things you want and only reserve your good credit for things you absolutely need. Doing this successfully means you have to have the discipline of knowing the difference between the two and not rationalizing the one for the other. We can easily convince ourselves that what we want and what we need are the same thing. The real key to knowing the difference is asking yourself if the purchase can wait for a few weeks or if it has to be done right now. If it can wait, it should wait until you have built up some temporary savings. You still get what you want while protecting your credit. [*subheading*]Apply for Credit Before You need It[*endsubheading*] When you use credit strictly for emergency purposes, you don’t know when you are going to need it. If you are uncertain about your credit status, One of the best ways to find out is to apply for a reputable credit card and see if you can get it. Some will worry about whether applying for credit will hurt their credit. That is not the biggest concern if you don’t get it. The bigger concern is discovering why you didn’t get it so that you can correct the situation for when you need it. If you do get it, hang onto it so that you will have a safety net if things go bad at a later time. Credit is neither bad nor good. It is all down to how you use it. Get all of your documentation in order so you can apply when needed. Use credit to complement savings. And apply before you need it so that you can correct any issues that come up. 
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  • Article title: Assessing Startups as an Angel Investor
  • Article text: The startup industry has become a growing source of financing for new businesses, and the public market is playing an increased role every year. Angel investors are also growing in numbers, eager to find and support these ventures with timely investments. The challenge for angels is that many new companies consider varying degrees of success, challenges, and potential returns. As an angel investor, you might find yourself frustrated that many startups are at such early stages of development, and hard to assess their potential.

    [*subheading*]Angel Investing[*endsubheading*]

    Angel investors are anyone who [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/how-to-fund-your-small-business-seven-key-options-to-consider/ *]invests in startup companies[*endlink*], whether in their seed stage or at a later stage. They typically have a deep technical knowledge of the sector and can provide valuable feedback on the business plan and strategies undertaken by the startup. In addition, angels can provide capital to new businesses in ways that may not be possible through any other financing source.

    As an angel investor, you can play a critical role in the success of startups by assessing them early and providing crucial feedback to management. The six steps below should help you do that, but even with these simplified steps, it is essential to remember that there is more to it than simply reading a pitch deck or business plan.

    [*subheading*]Get to Know the Business[*endsubheading*]

    This step is crucial for an investor in the seed stage. Your role is to understand the business and its potential, and the industry it works within. To get this information, spend time with management talking through their go-to-market strategy, technology platform, and target market. Be sure to ask questions that help you understand how they will grow and make their company successful.

    [*subheading*]Assess Their Risk Assessment[*endsubheading*]

    The best business leaders know how to take risks without being reckless. They also know how to assess risk and take action accordingly. With this in mind, angel investors need to assess a startup’s risk assessment. Let’s say you’re thinking about investing in a comedy club trying to open new locations in other cities. Do they have their employees participate in [*link https://hsi.com/solutions/active-shooter-training *]active shooter training[*endlink*] drills? Are they prepared for the possibility of another pandemic-related lockdown? These are the sorts of things you need to know before choosing to put your money behind a seemingly promising startup.

    [*subheading*]Review Financials[*endsubheading*]

    Determining financials for a venture capital deal may not be relevant for angel investments. However, startups are constantly raising capital through rounds, and knowing the numbers is essential. Angel investors want to understand [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/allbusiness/2020/12/13/what-angel-investors-want-to-know-before-investing-in-your-startup/?sh=28cbea671a11 *]how the business will grow[*endlink*], whether they are in the seed stage or later. Founders should be able to forecast where they expect the company to be at all locations.

    [*subheading*]Understand the Growth Drivers[*endsubheading*]

    Understanding the potential of a business as an angel investor will be more challenging than assessing its financials. The critical question that needs to be answered is how a startup will grow. This step involves looking at growth drivers, e.g., technology, market penetration, marketing, sales, etc., and whether they are realistic and achievable. Growth drivers are critical because they will use them to assess the growth potential.

    [*subheading*]Understand the Competition[*endsubheading*]

    Assessing competition is also a critical step for an angel investor. Although competition can be challenging, it is essential to understand how startups will differentiate themselves from the competition and position themselves in the market. The key is not to look at a single idea but instead to know how the company will execute its strategy and position itself in the market against its competitors.

    [*subheading*]Assess the Team, Execution, and Financials[*endsubheading*]

    This step is vital for both seed-stage and later-stage investors. The team is critical because it will execute all of the above. Management should have plans for hiring the right talent to execute their strategy. Investors also like to see that management has a strong track record and network. As an investor, you also want to see that the company has a sound financial plan, starting with revenue projections, investment needs, and a breakdown of how it will utilize the capital.

    [*subheading*]Share Your Work[*endsubheading*]

    Angel investors should not rely solely on their judgment to decide whether an investment is suitable for them. Instead, they should share the work they did in the previous steps with other experts in the field that they trust, who may be able to provide more critical feedback. The reason is simple: as an investor, you want to protect your investment, and it is essential to have other eyes look over your work before making a final decision.

    The steps outlined above are just a snapshot of what an investor should be doing when reviewing a startup. An angel investor is tasked with evaluating many different areas to come up with a conclusion. For example, suppose there is a company that has raised funding through rounds and needs more. In that case, the investor should evaluate whether they will receive the capital they need or be better off securing new investors that may have a better market position or have more money in hand.

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_Article title: Assessing Startups as an Angel Investor
_Article text: The startup industry has become a growing source of financing for new businesses, and the public market is playing an increased role every year. Angel investors are also growing in numbers, eager to find and support these ventures with timely investments. The challenge for angels is that many new companies consider varying degrees of success, challenges, and potential returns. As an angel investor, you might find yourself frustrated that many startups are at such early stages of development, and hard to assess their potential. [*subheading*]Angel Investing[*endsubheading*] Angel investors are anyone who [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/how-to-fund-your-small-business-seven-key-options-to-consider/ *]invests in startup companies[*endlink*], whether in their seed stage or at a later stage. They typically have a deep technical knowledge of the sector and can provide valuable feedback on the business plan and strategies undertaken by the startup. In addition, angels can provide capital to new businesses in ways that may not be possible through any other financing source. As an angel investor, you can play a critical role in the success of startups by assessing them early and providing crucial feedback to management. The six steps below should help you do that, but even with these simplified steps, it is essential to remember that there is more to it than simply reading a pitch deck or business plan. [*subheading*]Get to Know the Business[*endsubheading*] This step is crucial for an investor in the seed stage. Your role is to understand the business and its potential, and the industry it works within. To get this information, spend time with management talking through their go-to-market strategy, technology platform, and target market. Be sure to ask questions that help you understand how they will grow and make their company successful. [*subheading*]Assess Their Risk Assessment[*endsubheading*] The best business leaders know how to take risks without being reckless. They also know how to assess risk and take action accordingly. With this in mind, angel investors need to assess a startup’s risk assessment. Let’s say you’re thinking about investing in a comedy club trying to open new locations in other cities. Do they have their employees participate in [*link https://hsi.com/solutions/active-shooter-training *]active shooter training[*endlink*] drills? Are they prepared for the possibility of another pandemic-related lockdown? These are the sorts of things you need to know before choosing to put your money behind a seemingly promising startup. [*subheading*]Review Financials[*endsubheading*] Determining financials for a venture capital deal may not be relevant for angel investments. However, startups are constantly raising capital through rounds, and knowing the numbers is essential. Angel investors want to understand [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/allbusiness/2020/12/13/what-angel-investors-want-to-know-before-investing-in-your-startup/?sh=28cbea671a11 *]how the business will grow[*endlink*], whether they are in the seed stage or later. Founders should be able to forecast where they expect the company to be at all locations. [*subheading*]Understand the Growth Drivers[*endsubheading*] Understanding the potential of a business as an angel investor will be more challenging than assessing its financials. The critical question that needs to be answered is how a startup will grow. This step involves looking at growth drivers, e.g., technology, market penetration, marketing, sales, etc., and whether they are realistic and achievable. Growth drivers are critical because they will use them to assess the growth potential. [*subheading*]Understand the Competition[*endsubheading*] Assessing competition is also a critical step for an angel investor. Although competition can be challenging, it is essential to understand how startups will differentiate themselves from the competition and position themselves in the market. The key is not to look at a single idea but instead to know how the company will execute its strategy and position itself in the market against its competitors. [*subheading*]Assess the Team, Execution, and Financials[*endsubheading*] This step is vital for both seed-stage and later-stage investors. The team is critical because it will execute all of the above. Management should have plans for hiring the right talent to execute their strategy. Investors also like to see that management has a strong track record and network. As an investor, you also want to see that the company has a sound financial plan, starting with revenue projections, investment needs, and a breakdown of how it will utilize the capital. [*subheading*]Share Your Work[*endsubheading*] Angel investors should not rely solely on their judgment to decide whether an investment is suitable for them. Instead, they should share the work they did in the previous steps with other experts in the field that they trust, who may be able to provide more critical feedback. The reason is simple: as an investor, you want to protect your investment, and it is essential to have other eyes look over your work before making a final decision. The steps outlined above are just a snapshot of what an investor should be doing when reviewing a startup. An angel investor is tasked with evaluating many different areas to come up with a conclusion. For example, suppose there is a company that has raised funding through rounds and needs more. In that case, the investor should evaluate whether they will receive the capital they need or be better off securing new investors that may have a better market position or have more money in hand.
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  • Article title: How to Start Planning for Retirement
  • Article text: Being able to retire is a goal that many people have in life and want to work towards. Because of the finances involved in being able to retire comfortably, coming up with a retirement plan should start as early as your 20s. If you're older now and you're just starting to think seriously about it, don't stress because you can still make it happen. 

    [*subheading*]Have a Retirement Plan[*endsubheading*]

    A retirement plan or a 401(k) plan is one that you contribute to each paycheck. A lot of companies offer these, and it's easy to select the percentage you want to take out of your check each time so it goes directly into your retirement savings account. If your company does not offer a 401(k) plan, you can still get an individual one and receive the same type of benefits. 

    Companies that do offer retirement plans often [*nolink https://www.irs.gov/retirement-plans/plan-sponsor/benefits-of-setting-up-a-retirement-plan *]match a portion[*endlink*] of what you put into savings up to a certain amount. This helps you get more money to add to your 401(k) account without you needing to go out of your way to do anything different. A good thing about retirement plans is that you're in control of what goes in there. If you want to increase the percentage you add each payday, you can change it at any time. 

    It's important, however, to keep in mind that this money is for your retirement savings. Even if there's an emergency, you should consider all other options before even thinking about tapping into these funds. 

    [*subheading*]Get the Most Revenue From Your Business[*endsubheading*]

    One of the biggest benefits of having your own business is you're in complete control over your earnings. If you have a steady revenue now, there could still be some ways that you can make it even better, such as with software to help with [*link https://shipware.com/updates/ *]shipping carrier updates[*endlink*]. 

    Don't be afraid to mix things up a bit and learn from your leading competitors. Just because you have things in place that are working for you does not mean you should avoid changing things. Change is a good thing and can help increase your earnings.

    [*subheading*]Avoid Accumulating Debt [*endsubheading*]

    Debt is something that can impact your retirement goal. If you keep accumulating it, you're going to have to keep paying it off, and it's just a never-ending cycle. The best thing you can do is avoid [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/how-you-can-build-wealth-throughout-your-life/ *]accumulating debt[*endlink*]. If you have debt now, work on paying that off and try not to get any more. 

    Avoid credit cards, and do not make big purchases until you save up enough money to buy them yourself. Debt is associated with high-interest rates and it can be hard to get on top of it. For any debt you currently have, it's helpful to make payments that are higher than the minimum due so you can pay it off faster. 

    [*subheading*]Determine How Much Money You Need [*endsubheading*]

    For a successful retirement, you will need to calculate how much money you think you'll need. You can get a rough estimate by calculating your needs based on your current income, but this isn't always helpful if you make changes to advance your career and make more money. 

    A general way you can calculate a rough estimate is by figuring out what your annual spending is and then multiplying this by 25. This should allow you to take out 4-percent of that savings each year to live on. If you're later to the game with saving for retirement, you'll just need to find ways to save even harder. 

    [*subheading*]Learn How Retirement Benefits Work [*endsubheading*]

    When you work, a portion of your earnings goes into [*nolink https://www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement/learn.html#h1 *]Social Security[*endlink*]. These are benefits you should be able to receive when you're able to retire. These benefits should be part of your retirement planning, but should not be your only source of income because you'll only get a certain amount per month, and that likely will not be enough. You can determine online how you can qualify and what your estimated monthly benefits will look like. 

    No one is ever too young to start seriously thinking about retirement. The more you're able to put into it, the more comfortable you'll be when you're able to retire.

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_Article title: How to Start Planning for Retirement
_Article text: Being able to retire is a goal that many people have in life and want to work towards. Because of the finances involved in being able to retire comfortably, coming up with a retirement plan should start as early as your 20s. If you're older now and you're just starting to think seriously about it, don't stress because you can still make it happen.  [*subheading*]Have a Retirement Plan[*endsubheading*] A retirement plan or a 401(k) plan is one that you contribute to each paycheck. A lot of companies offer these, and it's easy to select the percentage you want to take out of your check each time so it goes directly into your retirement savings account. If your company does not offer a 401(k) plan, you can still get an individual one and receive the same type of benefits.  Companies that do offer retirement plans often [*nolink https://www.irs.gov/retirement-plans/plan-sponsor/benefits-of-setting-up-a-retirement-plan *]match a portion[*endlink*] of what you put into savings up to a certain amount. This helps you get more money to add to your 401(k) account without you needing to go out of your way to do anything different. A good thing about retirement plans is that you're in control of what goes in there. If you want to increase the percentage you add each payday, you can change it at any time.  It's important, however, to keep in mind that this money is for your retirement savings. Even if there's an emergency, you should consider all other options before even thinking about tapping into these funds.  [*subheading*]Get the Most Revenue From Your Business[*endsubheading*] One of the biggest benefits of having your own business is you're in complete control over your earnings. If you have a steady revenue now, there could still be some ways that you can make it even better, such as with software to help with [*link https://shipware.com/updates/ *]shipping carrier updates[*endlink*].  Don't be afraid to mix things up a bit and learn from your leading competitors. Just because you have things in place that are working for you does not mean you should avoid changing things. Change is a good thing and can help increase your earnings. [*subheading*]Avoid Accumulating Debt [*endsubheading*] Debt is something that can impact your retirement goal. If you keep accumulating it, you're going to have to keep paying it off, and it's just a never-ending cycle. The best thing you can do is avoid [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/how-you-can-build-wealth-throughout-your-life/ *]accumulating debt[*endlink*]. If you have debt now, work on paying that off and try not to get any more.  Avoid credit cards, and do not make big purchases until you save up enough money to buy them yourself. Debt is associated with high-interest rates and it can be hard to get on top of it. For any debt you currently have, it's helpful to make payments that are higher than the minimum due so you can pay it off faster.  [*subheading*]Determine How Much Money You Need [*endsubheading*] For a successful retirement, you will need to calculate how much money you think you'll need. You can get a rough estimate by calculating your needs based on your current income, but this isn't always helpful if you make changes to advance your career and make more money.  A general way you can calculate a rough estimate is by figuring out what your annual spending is and then multiplying this by 25. This should allow you to take out 4-percent of that savings each year to live on. If you're later to the game with saving for retirement, you'll just need to find ways to save even harder.  [*subheading*]Learn How Retirement Benefits Work [*endsubheading*] When you work, a portion of your earnings goes into [*nolink https://www.ssa.gov/benefits/retirement/learn.html#h1 *]Social Security[*endlink*]. These are benefits you should be able to receive when you're able to retire. These benefits should be part of your retirement planning, but should not be your only source of income because you'll only get a certain amount per month, and that likely will not be enough. You can determine online how you can qualify and what your estimated monthly benefits will look like.  No one is ever too young to start seriously thinking about retirement. The more you're able to put into it, the more comfortable you'll be when you're able to retire.
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  • Article title: Top Advantages of Outsourcing
  • Article text: Outsourcing is a business practice in which you contract with an external party in order for them to take care of specific tasks as opposed to hiring fresh staff or assigning those tasks to your existing staff. It’s quite a popular method for businesses to lower their costs for operation and to streamline those operations while still keeping a handle on the more essential functions.

    Outsourced positions might be occasional, such as taking on an accountant to do the yearly taxes. On the other hand, they might also be a normal part of your business operations, such as [*link http://safeguardglobal.com/global-employment-outsourcing/higher-education/ *]outsourcing in higher education[*endlink*] if your business happens to be in that field. This can ensure you have the best the world has to offer while they can remain in their own countries and homes, reducing your overhead. 

    [*subheading*]Advantages of Outsourcing[*endsubheading*]

    The businesses that you outsource your jobs to might be independent consultants or they may just be other large corporations. It doesn’t matter what size they are, [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/many-investment-firms-now-outsourcing-services/ *]outsourcing[*endlink*] your operational tasks can provide you with a vast array of benefits. From large corporations to sole proprietorships, businesses of every type and size can take advantage of outsourcing to assist with company growth and expansion while making sure expenses are kept as low as possible. 

    [*subheading*]Core Activities[*endsubheading*]

    During periods of quick growth, the back-office operations of your business might tend to expand. Because of this, it can tie up your financial and human resources to the detriment of the [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/georgebradt/2017/12/01/why-focusing-on-your-core-is-almost-always-the-right-choice/?sh=d07e74821b55 *]core activities[*endlink*] that are what made your business what it is in the first place. As an example, if your business gains a massive contract that will greatly increase the volume of your purchases over a brief period of time if you outsource those purchasing responsibilities, you’ll free up quite a bit more time and personnel in order to focus on the actual contract. 

    [*subheading*]Lower Costs[*endsubheading*]

    There are times when needing a new location or purchasing equipment can be more than a bit prohibitive. In cases such as these, it can [*nolink https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/122214/company-it-more-important-lower-costs-or-increase-revenue.asp *]lower your costs[*endlink*] if you outsource as opposed to opening an international operations facility. If your business growth results in the need for additional office space, try outsourcing some of your simple operations like data entry or telemarketing instead of moving to a larger location. This might be much more cost-effective when compared to the cost of expansion and is both less expensive and more efficient than relocating. 

    [*subheading*]Promote Growth[*endsubheading*]

    Some operations have incredibly high overhead costs. However, you may just want to offer them in order to satisfy the demands of your customers, expand on your business model, or be more competitive in the marketplace. If the cost of expansion in order to oversee these operations yourself is prohibitive, you might want to consider outsourcing. This would also be a good option if it would take too long to implement the changes, or if it would create an inefficiency in your overall business model. 

    [*subheading*]Get the Most from Outsourcing[*endsubheading*]

    Businesses often consider outsourcing purely in terms of the savings it can offer them, however, outsourcing can offer so much more. As a business grows, outsourcing might just be the ideal solution to promote innovation, disrupt the industry, and gain access to a variety of new skill sets that can reposition your business in the market. 

    When you think about how outsourcing can assist you, don’t limit your thoughts to the cost of outsourcing versus the cost of overseeing a task with your people already on staff. Whether it’s through marketing your business, expanding production, or anything else, outsourcing can provide you with an opportunity to grow, innovate, and rise above your competition.

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_Article title: Top Advantages of Outsourcing
_Article text: Outsourcing is a business practice in which you contract with an external party in order for them to take care of specific tasks as opposed to hiring fresh staff or assigning those tasks to your existing staff. It’s quite a popular method for businesses to lower their costs for operation and to streamline those operations while still keeping a handle on the more essential functions. Outsourced positions might be occasional, such as taking on an accountant to do the yearly taxes. On the other hand, they might also be a normal part of your business operations, such as [*link http://safeguardglobal.com/global-employment-outsourcing/higher-education/ *]outsourcing in higher education[*endlink*] if your business happens to be in that field. This can ensure you have the best the world has to offer while they can remain in their own countries and homes, reducing your overhead.  [*subheading*]Advantages of Outsourcing[*endsubheading*] The businesses that you outsource your jobs to might be independent consultants or they may just be other large corporations. It doesn’t matter what size they are, [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/many-investment-firms-now-outsourcing-services/ *]outsourcing[*endlink*] your operational tasks can provide you with a vast array of benefits. From large corporations to sole proprietorships, businesses of every type and size can take advantage of outsourcing to assist with company growth and expansion while making sure expenses are kept as low as possible.  [*subheading*]Core Activities[*endsubheading*] During periods of quick growth, the back-office operations of your business might tend to expand. Because of this, it can tie up your financial and human resources to the detriment of the [*nolink https://www.forbes.com/sites/georgebradt/2017/12/01/why-focusing-on-your-core-is-almost-always-the-right-choice/?sh=d07e74821b55 *]core activities[*endlink*] that are what made your business what it is in the first place. As an example, if your business gains a massive contract that will greatly increase the volume of your purchases over a brief period of time if you outsource those purchasing responsibilities, you’ll free up quite a bit more time and personnel in order to focus on the actual contract.  [*subheading*]Lower Costs[*endsubheading*] There are times when needing a new location or purchasing equipment can be more than a bit prohibitive. In cases such as these, it can [*nolink https://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/122214/company-it-more-important-lower-costs-or-increase-revenue.asp *]lower your costs[*endlink*] if you outsource as opposed to opening an international operations facility. If your business growth results in the need for additional office space, try outsourcing some of your simple operations like data entry or telemarketing instead of moving to a larger location. This might be much more cost-effective when compared to the cost of expansion and is both less expensive and more efficient than relocating.  [*subheading*]Promote Growth[*endsubheading*] Some operations have incredibly high overhead costs. However, you may just want to offer them in order to satisfy the demands of your customers, expand on your business model, or be more competitive in the marketplace. If the cost of expansion in order to oversee these operations yourself is prohibitive, you might want to consider outsourcing. This would also be a good option if it would take too long to implement the changes, or if it would create an inefficiency in your overall business model.  [*subheading*]Get the Most from Outsourcing[*endsubheading*] Businesses often consider outsourcing purely in terms of the savings it can offer them, however, outsourcing can offer so much more. As a business grows, outsourcing might just be the ideal solution to promote innovation, disrupt the industry, and gain access to a variety of new skill sets that can reposition your business in the market.  When you think about how outsourcing can assist you, don’t limit your thoughts to the cost of outsourcing versus the cost of overseeing a task with your people already on staff. Whether it’s through marketing your business, expanding production, or anything else, outsourcing can provide you with an opportunity to grow, innovate, and rise above your competition.
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  • Article title: A Dozen Ways to Make Your Financial Services Business Friendlier to New Investors
  • Article text: Entering the world of finance and investing can be scary for new investors, unfamiliar with how it all works.  The more foreign and intimidating, the less likely the business is to attract new investors.  About 94% of American households have a bank account, but fewer than 60% of American adults [*nolink https://www.fool.com/research/how-many-americans-own-stock/ *]own any kind of stock[*endlink*]. That means there are literally tens of millions of potential customers out there who would [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/building-a-financially-solvent-way-of-life/ *]benefit from good financial advice[*endlink*] and services. 

    There are three big themes within the advice below.  The first is to take as much of the mystery out of getting started as possible.  The second is to make sure your branding shows your softer side.  The third is to use your new clients to continue to evolve and get better.

    [*subheading*]Display Your Fees[*endsubheading*]

    The biggest reason [*nolink https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/11/99percent-of-americans-dont-use-a-financial-advisor-heres-why.html *]people do not seek the help of financial experts[*endlink*], even when they would really benefit from such services, is that they believe it will be too expensive.  Many would-be investors let out a huge breath of relief when they learn that financial services are actually quite affordable, but until they know, they are nervous.  Since many people are concerned about being embarrassed at possibly not being able to afford the rates, your company can remove that initial obstacle by publishing fees right up front. 

    [*subheading*]Explain How You Make Money[*endsubheading*]

    The second part of being upfront and transparent is to explain how your firm makes money.  People hate the feeling that they might be getting taken advantage of.  The less they understand how you make money, the more they will worry that they are being cheated.  Customers don’t want to feel foolish.  Build trust by explaining your business model. 

    [*subheading*]Give Something Away for Free[*endsubheading*]

    Give the people browsing your website something without needing an account or paying money.  Even something as simple as an [*nolink https://www.investor.gov/financial-tools-calculators/calculators/compound-interest-calculator *]online calculator[*endlink*] to help a potential customer figure out what compound interest would look like at different interest rates can make customers feel like you respect their independence and participation in the investing process. 

    [*subheading*]Provide Beginner Education Tools[*endsubheading*]

    It’s common practice to set up an FAQ page.  Go one step further and provide a glossary of terms.  Not only will having key terms and phrases on your site give you better search engine ratings, but you will increase the chance that your new customers will come to the table better educated, saving your staff time getting them up to speed.

    [*subheading*]Soften Your Brand[*endsubheading*]

    There are three components to [*nolink https://hbr.org/2002/09/three-questions-you-need-to-ask-about-your-brand *]branding your company[*endlink*] as approachable and accessible, especially as compared to your peers.  The first is to describe how your business is friendlier.  The second is to use imagery that shows you have empathy for your customers.  The third is to underscore your branding with how your customer wants to be viewed because they use your services, such as being responsible or heroic.

    [*subheading*]Put a Face to Your Company[*endsubheading*]

    People hire firms, rather than doing it themselves, because [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/rising-importance-of-retail-investors/ *]they want help[*endlink*].  So, make the experience as personal and personable as possible.  Put the faces of your employees front and center in your media, to show that you are also people.

    [*subheading*]Have a 24/7 Live Answering Service[*endsubheading*]

    No one enjoys listening to a list of prompts and pressing what they hope is the right number for the correct extension that will, maybe, hopefully, lead to the person they need.  Give anyone taking the initial step of reaching out to your company a person to talk to, right away.  Simply put, use a [*link https://www.signpost.com/products/live-receptionist/ *]live answering service[*endlink*] when your office is closed. 

    [*subheading*]Help the Community[*endsubheading*]

    Show up for the community you want to do business with.  If your target zip code is holding a neighborhood clean-up, order some corporate t-shirts and get in there.  When the high school in your target town is putting on a musical, buy an ad in the program or sponsor the set design.  Customers who see you helping will believe in the quality of your company.

    [*subheading*]Learn to Speak without Jargon[*endsubheading*]

    Using sophisticated language is great when your customer is sophisticated.  It’s awful when your customer has no idea what you mean.  Using industry terms when speaking to new customers will make them feel alienated and even embarrassed.  Tell your staff, if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. 

    [*subheading*]Ask Customers for Feedback[*endsubheading*]

    Be willing to learn as you work.  Ask current customers what they like and don’t like about what you do.  Take what they say seriously.

    [*subheading*]Encourage Honest Reviews[*endsubheading*]

    Whether you like it or not, many people will feel more comfortable being honest when they don’t have to say negative things to your face.  When clients leave reviews, read them.  Some may be sour grapes, but there are lessons to be learned from all types of feedback.

    [*subheading*]Ask Questions in New Places[*endsubheading*]

    Soliciting feedback from existing customers only gets you information about the demographics you already have.  If you are looking to expand, spend time listening to the people from the segments you don’t have yet.  Notice that this is about listening, asking questions and then listening some more, not about giving a sales pitch.  If you want to operate differently, you have to learn what you don’t already know.

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_Article title: A Dozen Ways to Make Your Financial Services Business Friendlier to New Investors
_Article text: Entering the world of finance and investing can be scary for new investors, unfamiliar with how it all works.  The more foreign and intimidating, the less likely the business is to attract new investors.  About 94% of American households have a bank account, but fewer than 60% of American adults [*nolink https://www.fool.com/research/how-many-americans-own-stock/ *]own any kind of stock[*endlink*]. That means there are literally tens of millions of potential customers out there who would [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/building-a-financially-solvent-way-of-life/ *]benefit from good financial advice[*endlink*] and services.  There are three big themes within the advice below.  The first is to take as much of the mystery out of getting started as possible.  The second is to make sure your branding shows your softer side.  The third is to use your new clients to continue to evolve and get better. [*subheading*]Display Your Fees[*endsubheading*] The biggest reason [*nolink https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/11/99percent-of-americans-dont-use-a-financial-advisor-heres-why.html *]people do not seek the help of financial experts[*endlink*], even when they would really benefit from such services, is that they believe it will be too expensive.  Many would-be investors let out a huge breath of relief when they learn that financial services are actually quite affordable, but until they know, they are nervous.  Since many people are concerned about being embarrassed at possibly not being able to afford the rates, your company can remove that initial obstacle by publishing fees right up front.  [*subheading*]Explain How You Make Money[*endsubheading*] The second part of being upfront and transparent is to explain how your firm makes money.  People hate the feeling that they might be getting taken advantage of.  The less they understand how you make money, the more they will worry that they are being cheated.  Customers don’t want to feel foolish.  Build trust by explaining your business model.  [*subheading*]Give Something Away for Free[*endsubheading*] Give the people browsing your website something without needing an account or paying money.  Even something as simple as an [*nolink https://www.investor.gov/financial-tools-calculators/calculators/compound-interest-calculator *]online calculator[*endlink*] to help a potential customer figure out what compound interest would look like at different interest rates can make customers feel like you respect their independence and participation in the investing process.  [*subheading*]Provide Beginner Education Tools[*endsubheading*] It’s common practice to set up an FAQ page.  Go one step further and provide a glossary of terms.  Not only will having key terms and phrases on your site give you better search engine ratings, but you will increase the chance that your new customers will come to the table better educated, saving your staff time getting them up to speed. [*subheading*]Soften Your Brand[*endsubheading*] There are three components to [*nolink https://hbr.org/2002/09/three-questions-you-need-to-ask-about-your-brand *]branding your company[*endlink*] as approachable and accessible, especially as compared to your peers.  The first is to describe how your business is friendlier.  The second is to use imagery that shows you have empathy for your customers.  The third is to underscore your branding with how your customer wants to be viewed because they use your services, such as being responsible or heroic. [*subheading*]Put a Face to Your Company[*endsubheading*] People hire firms, rather than doing it themselves, because [*nolink https://www.wealthandfinance-news.com/rising-importance-of-retail-investors/ *]they want help[*endlink*].  So, make the experience as personal and personable as possible.  Put the faces of your employees front and center in your media, to show that you are also people. [*subheading*]Have a 24/7 Live Answering Service[*endsubheading*] No one enjoys listening to a list of prompts and pressing what they hope is the right number for the correct extension that will, maybe, hopefully, lead to the person they need.  Give anyone taking the initial step of reaching out to your company a person to talk to, right away.  Simply put, use a [*link https://www.signpost.com/products/live-receptionist/ *]live answering service[*endlink*] when your office is closed.  [*subheading*]Help the Community[*endsubheading*] Show up for the community you want to do business with.  If your target zip code is holding a neighborhood clean-up, order some corporate t-shirts and get in there.  When the high school in your target town is putting on a musical, buy an ad in the program or sponsor the set design.  Customers who see you helping will believe in the quality of your company. [*subheading*]Learn to Speak without Jargon[*endsubheading*] Using sophisticated language is great when your customer is sophisticated.  It’s awful when your customer has no idea what you mean.  Using industry terms when speaking to new customers will make them feel alienated and even embarrassed.  Tell your staff, if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.  [*subheading*]Ask Customers for Feedback[*endsubheading*] Be willing to learn as you work.  Ask current customers what they like and don’t like about what you do.  Take what they say seriously. [*subheading*]Encourage Honest Reviews[*endsubheading*] Whether you like it or not, many people will feel more comfortable being honest when they don’t have to say negative things to your face.  When clients leave reviews, read them.  Some may be sour grapes, but there are lessons to be learned from all types of feedback. [*subheading*]Ask Questions in New Places[*endsubheading*] Soliciting feedback from existing customers only gets you information about the demographics you already have.  If you are looking to expand, spend time listening to the people from the segments you don’t have yet.  Notice that this is about listening, asking questions and then listening some more, not about giving a sales pitch.  If you want to operate differently, you have to learn what you don’t already know.
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  • Article title: Five Types of Security Your Business Office or Warehouse Needs Today
  • Article text: Increasingly, safety in the workplace has become a priority for many business owners.  Ensuring workers are safeguarded from on-the-job hazards is simply a good practice to have in place.  It can protect your business from litigious consequences and helps you avoid [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/what-to-do-after-a-workplace-injury/ *]workplace injuries[*endlink*]. Furthermore, having strong security in place can also protect your company from loss of time and money.  

    In addition to keeping employees and customers safe, company buildings also demand proper security so you can protect business assets from theft or damage. With this in mind, here are types of security measures your business office or warehouse should consider.

    [*subheading*]Managed Access[*endsubheading*]

    There are different [*link https://www.getgenea.com/blog/types-of-access-control/ *]types of access control[*endlink*] systems and choosing the right managed access will depend upon your business needs.  Managed access is a godsend when it comes to electronically controlling who is allowed entry into various areas of your offices or warehouse. For example, if you have a server room that houses your company’s IT and secured data, only certain top-level employees should have access to this sensitive location.

    In this scenario, a role-based access control system will allow you to digitally assign permissions to your IT managers so they can have entry into server and backup terminal rooms while prohibiting other employees’ entrance.  Managed access can protect your data, supplies, and assets from theft or tampering.

    [*subheading*]Security Alarms and Surveillance[*endsubheading*]

    Having a system in place that both monitors activity on your business premises as well as alerts you to suspicious behavior on the property can be a huge relief for you, your employees and customers. Security systems are even more relevant today because there has been a [*nolink https://www.cnbc.com/2022/02/16/fed-up-with-rise-in-thefts-and-shoplifting-small-biz-owners-take-action.html *]54% hike in theft[*endlink*] and burglaries in small businesses in the US over the past year. 

    Common types of office and warehouse security systems include window and door sensors, motion detectors, signal alarms, and more. Most security systems will alert both you as the owner, key staff members as well as the local police department if there is a breach in security.

    Surveillance cameras are an extra level of protection for both your inventory and your employees and customers.  To explain, catching a crime on a video camera gives you proof and recourse to protect your assets, customers or employees in the event a crime was committed on your business property.

    [*subheading*]Secure Valuable Items[*endsubheading*]

    While having a security alarm in place is a great way to protect your business assets, sometimes the theft is committed before law enforcement gets on the scene.  That’s why it’s important to secure valuable equipment in dedicated rooms that are equipped with managed access. 

    Smaller items of value such as company credit cards, payroll checks, or petty cash should be stored and locked in a safe that can only be opened with a key code combination. If you have items or equipment that are highly valuable, gain peace of mind by keeping these items under lock and key to prevent loss or theft.

    [*subheading*]Fire Alarms[*endsubheading*]

    This may seem like a no-brainer, but you might be surprised how many business warehouses or offices go up in flames due to faulty or outdated fire alarm systems. In many cases, fire alarms are mandatory and companies are required to comply with city, state or country fire codes to stay in business. 

    However, if your business isn’t required to meet a certain level of compliance, this doesn’t exclude you from protecting customers, employees and business assets by not having an updated fire alarm system in place.  

    Furthermore, you should also make sure that fire alarms are kept updated and properly powered after installation. Having this life-saving security feature could save your business from enduring incalculable losses due to accidental fires or [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/inventory-natural-disasters-how-businesses-can-prepare/ *]natural disasters[*endlink*].

    [*subheading*]Digital Security[*endsubheading*]

    Cyberattacks are on the rise, and there is no sign of digital invasions going away any time soon.  In fact, cyberhackers are becoming increasingly more clever and bold in their various tactics to breach small business digital information.  It only takes one cyberattack to ruin or even shut a business down.  Compromises in [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/the-abcs-of-cybersecurity-how-small-businesses-can-safeguard-their-online-safety/ *]cybersecurity[*endlink*] can cause outrageous expenses and damages. 

    Furthermore, your company could stand to lose customer trust if they have been a victim of cyberhacking or identity theft from your [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/essential-ecommerce-features-for-major-growth/ *]ecommerce[*endlink*] website. Therefore, it’s crucial to make every effort to ensure your company’s digital data is safe, protected and secure from cyber invasions. 

    [*subheading*]The Last Word on Keeping Your Business Secure[*endsubheading*]

    Taking proactive steps to protect your business office and warehouse is your first, best effort to avoid loss of productivity, time and money.  What’s more, taking precautions will help you better avoid costly injuries or theft.  Ultimately, when you prepare and protect your business, your odds of running your company smoothly without setbacks are greatly increased.

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_Article title: Five Types of Security Your Business Office or Warehouse Needs Today
_Article text: Increasingly, safety in the workplace has become a priority for many business owners.  Ensuring workers are safeguarded from on-the-job hazards is simply a good practice to have in place.  It can protect your business from litigious consequences and helps you avoid [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/what-to-do-after-a-workplace-injury/ *]workplace injuries[*endlink*]. Furthermore, having strong security in place can also protect your company from loss of time and money.   In addition to keeping employees and customers safe, company buildings also demand proper security so you can protect business assets from theft or damage. With this in mind, here are types of security measures your business office or warehouse should consider. [*subheading*]Managed Access[*endsubheading*] There are different [*link https://www.getgenea.com/blog/types-of-access-control/ *]types of access control[*endlink*] systems and choosing the right managed access will depend upon your business needs.  Managed access is a godsend when it comes to electronically controlling who is allowed entry into various areas of your offices or warehouse. For example, if you have a server room that houses your company’s IT and secured data, only certain top-level employees should have access to this sensitive location. In this scenario, a role-based access control system will allow you to digitally assign permissions to your IT managers so they can have entry into server and backup terminal rooms while prohibiting other employees’ entrance.  Managed access can protect your data, supplies, and assets from theft or tampering. [*subheading*]Security Alarms and Surveillance[*endsubheading*] Having a system in place that both monitors activity on your business premises as well as alerts you to suspicious behavior on the property can be a huge relief for you, your employees and customers. Security systems are even more relevant today because there has been a [*nolink https://www.cnbc.com/2022/02/16/fed-up-with-rise-in-thefts-and-shoplifting-small-biz-owners-take-action.html *]54% hike in theft[*endlink*] and burglaries in small businesses in the US over the past year.  Common types of office and warehouse security systems include window and door sensors, motion detectors, signal alarms, and more. Most security systems will alert both you as the owner, key staff members as well as the local police department if there is a breach in security. Surveillance cameras are an extra level of protection for both your inventory and your employees and customers.  To explain, catching a crime on a video camera gives you proof and recourse to protect your assets, customers or employees in the event a crime was committed on your business property. [*subheading*]Secure Valuable Items[*endsubheading*] While having a security alarm in place is a great way to protect your business assets, sometimes the theft is committed before law enforcement gets on the scene.  That’s why it’s important to secure valuable equipment in dedicated rooms that are equipped with managed access.  Smaller items of value such as company credit cards, payroll checks, or petty cash should be stored and locked in a safe that can only be opened with a key code combination. If you have items or equipment that are highly valuable, gain peace of mind by keeping these items under lock and key to prevent loss or theft. [*subheading*]Fire Alarms[*endsubheading*] This may seem like a no-brainer, but you might be surprised how many business warehouses or offices go up in flames due to faulty or outdated fire alarm systems. In many cases, fire alarms are mandatory and companies are required to comply with city, state or country fire codes to stay in business.  However, if your business isn’t required to meet a certain level of compliance, this doesn’t exclude you from protecting customers, employees and business assets by not having an updated fire alarm system in place.   Furthermore, you should also make sure that fire alarms are kept updated and properly powered after installation. Having this life-saving security feature could save your business from enduring incalculable losses due to accidental fires or [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/inventory-natural-disasters-how-businesses-can-prepare/ *]natural disasters[*endlink*]. [*subheading*]Digital Security[*endsubheading*] Cyberattacks are on the rise, and there is no sign of digital invasions going away any time soon.  In fact, cyberhackers are becoming increasingly more clever and bold in their various tactics to breach small business digital information.  It only takes one cyberattack to ruin or even shut a business down.  Compromises in [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/the-abcs-of-cybersecurity-how-small-businesses-can-safeguard-their-online-safety/ *]cybersecurity[*endlink*] can cause outrageous expenses and damages.  Furthermore, your company could stand to lose customer trust if they have been a victim of cyberhacking or identity theft from your [*nolink https://www.acquisition-international.com/essential-ecommerce-features-for-major-growth/ *]ecommerce[*endlink*] website. Therefore, it’s crucial to make every effort to ensure your company’s digital data is safe, protected and secure from cyber invasions.  [*subheading*]The Last Word on Keeping Your Business Secure[*endsubheading*] Taking proactive steps to protect your business office and warehouse is your first, best effort to avoid loss of productivity, time and money.  What’s more, taking precautions will help you better avoid costly injuries or theft.  Ultimately, when you prepare and protect your business, your odds of running your company smoothly without setbacks are greatly increased.
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