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How to Approach Company Data Loss

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Technology has transformed business operations across the world. With the emergence of ground-breaking innovations year after year, companies can utilize technology to grow their business, granting organizations with greater data storage options to protect and preserve private documents, audio files, photos, videos and more.

Prevent a Data Problem

Data issues are preventable, and it is your job as a business owner to prevent them. It is easy to focus on different areas of the company and leave files to be stored only on your desktop, but it is smart to back-up onsite, offsite and on a cloud-based server. Read more »

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How to Attract More Clients to Your Law Firm

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Every law firm wants to attract more clients. While this can sometimes feel like a challenge, there are things you can do to attract additional clients to boost your firm’s success and revenue.

Create a Niche

Instead of specialising in every area of the law, you might be able to attract significantly more clients by becoming a leading expert in one legal area within your city, take a look at Horn Law in Independence, MO car accident lawyer, as the perfect example. Read more »

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Why It’s Vital to Provide Excellent Customer Service

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Is your business providing the best customer service possible? If not, you need to address this issue and ensure that every customer that comes into contact with your organization is dealt with in a friendly, professional and efficient way. Achieving this goal could transform your business and make it a more appealing company to deal with. Below are some of the most important reasons why it's vital to provide excellent customer service.

Your Business Runs More Smoothly

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When you do things properly in a business, life seems to be easier and everything runs smoothly. However, if you don't have the business skills required to put the appropriate customer service processes in place, things can go horribly wrong.

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How to Decide Whether to Sell Your Company

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

The fact you clicked on this article means you are probably considering selling your business. It is a big step, so it makes sense you might be undecided whether to grow your company or allow someone else to take the baton.

Is Your Business Ready?

Do you know if your business is ready for sale? To sell your company to a buyer, you must be able to produce between two or three years of tax returns, as well as any other paperwork, such as turnover and profit documentation. This will ensure you receive the best possible price for your business.

Is it the Right Time to Sell? Read more »

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Wellbeing Doesn’t Always FEEL . . . well . . . WELL!

Here's how I'm facing this year's daunting challenges. Who's in? - Kimberly

With all of the hatred unleashed in the 2016 US elections, I've been struggling to regain my send of wellbeing. Then I remembered . . .

WELLBEING ISN’T NECESSARILY EASY. Sometimes I fret that “wellbeing” will be misinterpreted as “Life should always be easy.” How dull would that be?!! My work mostly involves tackling challenges that most people claim are very difficult, highly unlikely, or darned near impossible, and I find the work absolutely exhilarating! Yes, I feel quite “well” when I’m in the midst of such circumstances, meeting tough challenges while shaking in my boots, staying committed to results that seem unattainable. Wahoo! For me, wellbeing isn’t endless days of paddling a lazy canoe toward my ultimate resting place (RIP). While I sometimes enjoy the tranquility of a quiet stream, I’m sure I’d go completely bonkers if I had to experience peace, calm and tranquility every moment of my life. Truly. Read more »

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Getting Started with Capital Gains Tax

Contributed article in our business series from "Thirty Six Months". Enjoy! – Kimberly

We’ve covered a lot of investment related topics here at Thirty Six Months. In the previous post, I talked about how to exit an investment. Here, however, we’re going to focus on the capital gains tax. According to Villanova University and its MSA program online, capital gains tax is the tax you pay on the gain in investment. The tax is paid when you choose to sell the investment and pocket the gain. If you’re investing in the stock market, for instance, the profit you make when you sell your shares is taxed. Read more »

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How Blog Owners Can Get More Blog Visitors to Return to Their Blog

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Do many of your blog visitors return to your blog on a regular basis? Getting repeat visitors to a blog should be the main goal of every blog owner. If you can do this, you are much more likely to build a loyal following of blog readers who will subscribe to your email lists, purchase your products and services or click on your advertising links. Below are some of the changes you can make that will lead to more returning blog visitors.

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How to Ignite Sustainable Growth for Your Online Business

Global Business Concept. Very easy to manipulate, elements are on different layers.

Contributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

If you’ve been paying close attention to the online startup and business landscape, you will notice a particularly common problem. The problem with a lot of startups is not limited to the lack of growth. Growing too big, too quickly, can also introduce a lot of problems.

This issue is not just the domain of small or new startups either. Larger corporations such as LeEco are known to suffer from the same problem when they start to grow too quickly. In most cases, maintaining steady, but sustainable, growth is always the best way to go. Here’s how you can introduce this type of growth to your online business. Read more »

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What Does Your Company Car Say About You?

companycarContributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

A company car is a common accessory for executives, senior managers and specialised staff. Many employees regard a company car as a perk, although there are fewer tax advantages to running a company car these days, so it doesn’t always pay to have one.

Company cars are usually provided on a lease arrangement from VW Edinburgh or similar. The company pays the lease and running costs; all you have to do is put fuel in the vehicle and make sure it is looked after. At the end of an agreed term – typically two or three years – the vehicle is returned and replaced with a new one. It’s a low stress way of owning a nice, reliable vehicle, which you can use for work and pleasure. Aside from the tax disadvantages, what’s not to like? Read more »

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How to Prepare for Healthcare Entrepreneurship as a Registered Nurse

Portrait Of Medical Team Standing Outside HospitalContributed article in our business series. Enjoy! – Kimberly

Many nurses who are tired of working hospital shifts and dreaming of becoming their own boss will pursue the pathway of becoming a nurse entrepreneur. But, for many nurses who are working full-time for employers such as hospitals, clinics, and care homes, taking the plunge and becoming self-employed or launching a new business in the healthcare and nursing fields can often be a very daunting idea. However, if you’re a nurse who’s hoping to leave your day job and become your own boss in the industry that you love, there’s no need to up and leave everything behind straight away. In fact, many successful nurse entrepreneurs will spend a lot of time building the foundations for their new business empire whilst still working in full-time employment. Read more »

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