The pretexting scandal at Hewlett-Packard may have involved top people, but you don’t have to be a top dog in a Silicon Valley institution for pretexting to happen to you.
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The most recent report from the Federal Reserve suggests that commercial banks in the U.S. are starting to lend to businesses again. In the first quarter of this year, lending to businesses increased 3.2%. Lending by large banks increased 3.5%, while small banks increased their business lending by a smaller 2.3%.
For any small business owner, ensuring the proper acquisition and set up of the key types of disability insurance is an important part of protecting both themselves and their business.
The health of a business is interlinked with personal finances. Normally, when personal finances look good, the state of one’s business too remains healthy. Similarly, when personal finances fall then it becomes tough for an organization to pull on.
After putting all your effort into your business, it is heartbreaking to see a business going bankrupt. Many company owners and directors try their hardest to stop themselves going insolvent but some fail. The problem is dealing with going bankrupt, finding the best solution and acting within the law.
The ROI from good planning could mean the difference between fire sale pricing for your assets, or reaping the full financial and personal rewards associated with seeing your venture carry on successfully for years to come.
How to handle one’s cash flow properly; having the discipline to stick to a budget and and monitoring credit so as to avoid unnecessary financial problems.
Purchasing life insurance for your business can be one of the smartest moves you ever make. Don’t make the mistake of being uninsured.
Self-employed individuals have flourished throughout the recession in the UK, with around 40% of all being created by freelancers and contractors.
A business organization is set up for generating revenue within the nation but when it itself is in debt, the entire cycle of generating revenue is spoilt and the reputation of the business organization is also marred.