Insurance

5 Types of Insurance Every Startup Owner Should Know About

Startup owners should protect their new business in every way, shape, and form possible. If one little thing goes array, you can damage your entire sales forecast and set back your projected revenue growth. Delayed income could cause you to be late on your loan payments, and while you might be able to withstand a few interest charges, that’s only the least of your … [Read more...]

Are Company Cars Worth the Investment?

If you’re a business owner, you know there are a ton of moving parts to manage. One of the most important features of running a business is managing your company’s assets. After all, your assets bring value to your business, so keeping a watchful eye on your inventory, cash, and other valuable items is important.   A significant asset many businesses have are company cars. … [Read more...]

How to Boost Your Business’s Physical Security

In an age where cybersecurity is the most pressing concern, most small businesses fail to realize how physical security can protect them. Although boosting your online security is essential, you also need to focus on your organization’s physical location. There are many physical threats, ranging from burglars targeting your hardware to sneaky criminals who are after your … [Read more...]

3 Ways to Better Motivate Your Employees

Business owners and startup entrepreneurs are always looking for new ways to motivate their employees. After all, employees are the backbone of your company. Without them, none of what you do would be possible at all! You need their skill and their dedication to keep things up and running smoothly. So the question is, how do you keep them motivated to constantly give the 110% … [Read more...]

A Cheaper Healthcare Option for Solopreneurs?

On August 5th, Wallet Hub released its 2019’s Best & Worst States for Health Care. After comparing each one on factors such as cost, accessibility, and outcome, the state that ranked the best overall was Minnesota, followed closely by Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The states that fared the worst?  Alaska, North Carolina, and Mississippi. Sadly, solopreneurs know … [Read more...]

Tips to Save Money on RV Insurance

To most people, RV life is all about travel and relaxation. It doesn’t cross their mind that living in a mobile home exposes you to accidents, breakdowns, theft, and even catastrophes. Since an RV doubles up as a vehicle and also a home, insurance will be among the top expenses. However, there are five ways you can make RV insurance more affordable and save a coin; Get … [Read more...]

Why Regular Health Insurance Isn’t Enough for Expats

The world today is far more connected than it once was. A better-connected world means opportunities for better-paying jobs and better education in other countries are no longer as difficult to find as they used to be. Given that the cost of air travel is now at record lows, more and more people today are living their lives as expats. There are more expats and migrants today … [Read more...]

You Detected Fraud in your Small Business. What Now?

With all kinds of legal, functional, technological security mechanisms in place, no business is absolutely secure from fraud. In fact, according to ACFE’s report in 2016, businesses lose an estimate of about 5% of their revenues to fraud each year. From employee theft and embezzlement to misappropriation of funds, there is a myriad of deception that requires the close … [Read more...]

All You Need to Know About the Work of a Disability Attorney

To be a successful entrepreneur, we all know how hard we have to work if we are to realize our business goals and ambitions. But what happens if your health fails? Here we take a look at the work of an attorney and the valuable support they can provide in the event of needing to make a claim for Social Security Disability Insurance, (SSDI) or long-term disability. First, … [Read more...]

Four Legal Traps That Could Harm Unsuspecting Small Businesses

While laws may be made with good intentions, the fact still remains that complying with them can be a real challenge for large businesses, let alone small ones. Yet, as the saying goes, “ignorance is no excuse”. To help small-business owners be better informed, the team at Fletcher Day has listed four legal traps into which small businesses could fall. “Free Software” There’s … [Read more...]