Four Tips For Snagging The Best Price When Selling Your Debt Portfolio

Posted on: 12 February 2015

You've just decided to boost your company's working capital by selling some of your unpaid debts or invoices to a debt portfolio buyer. That is a great decision, but to ensure you benefit as much as possible from your choice, you need to ensure that you snag a great price for your debts. Here are four tips to help you increase the price you get for your debts: 1. Include clear and well organized documentation with each debt. [Read More]

Five Reasons To Give Your "Guard" Dog A Break With A Security System

Posted on: 4 February 2015

A dog who protects the family can be a comforting thought, but a guard dog is not the most effective home security method. For true home safety, consider replacing your guard dog with a security system. Here are five reasons, you should invest in a security system and let your Cujo turn into a cuddler. 1. Dogs are valuable too. When a thief comes into your home, he or he is likely looking for tools, electronics and jewelry, but in many cases, thieves grab the dogs too. [Read More]

6 Things You Can Do To Make Sure Your Cafe's Sidewalk Sign Promotions Are Effective

Posted on: 27 January 2015

Sure, the lingering smells of your café's dishes wafting out to the sidewalk may be enough to draw in a few new customers, but if you really want to attract attention to your place of business, you need a couple of sidewalk signs on duty. Signs can be on the job before you open and after you close, attracting new customers while you're busy planning new menus. They also happen to be a more cost-effective method of advertising than television, radio, and even newspaper ads. [Read More]

Corporate Relocation And The IRS: Claiming Your Move As A Deductible Business Expense

Posted on: 16 January 2015

When you have to relocate (with the help of corporate movers) for a new job, it can be a huge change. The process can be incredibly daunting -- especially the price tag of a move, which can range in the thousands. Fortunately, if you're moving for a new job and your boss isn't compensating you for the costs, you may be able to get a little relief from the IRS: moving for new work is considered to be a tax deductible business expense, in the right circumstances. [Read More]