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Preventing Pandemic Bankruptcy: What You Should Do

Overall filings for bankruptcy in the U.S. soared to 43,425 across all chapters in March this year. Only 2,275 were new commercial filings, though, representing an increase of 16 percent compared to commercial filings in February. Experts expect more bankruptcy filings to come, citing how the 2007 financial crisis led to bankruptcies that peaked in 2010. It

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Strengthening Your Landscaping Business Post-COVID-19

Market intelligence firm Mordor Intelligence reports that from 2020 until 2025, the landscaping market is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.5%. This is largely due to millennial households having a greater inclination towards lawn maintenance and self-sustaining activities such as vegetable gardening. Compared to the many industries that suffered drastic

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Digital Marketing Tricks and Tips for Small Businesses

For many businesses, digital marketing has become one of the most effective tools to acquire more customers and boost sales. While there are online marketing strategies that can generate new leads for a business, some of them can quickly die down following the end of a campaign. But by establishing long-term tactics, you can continuously

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Adding Personality: Creating A Brand For Your Small Business

Nowadays, it takes more than slick advertising to convince people to buy your products or services. What customers want is to be able to connect with a brand on some level. But you can’t do that as a faceless business. Your company needs to show some personality. Fortunately, it is a lot easier to do

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Starting Your Local Restaurant Business After COVID-19

The acceleration of vaccinations in the U.S. has been offering increased hope of the situation slowly easing in the country. Despite these, you may still be unsure about gearing up for the launch of your food business after COVID-19. New challenges pose themselves in the post-pandemic era, but the key is to evolve with the

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A Gardening Business During the Pandemic: How to Start One

Gardening is naturally relaxing, which makes it a perfect hobby. Gardening helps relieve stress, and it gives you a sense of purpose in a way that no other hobby can. There is just something very satisfying about growing different kinds of plants and knowing that you can help them grow, flower, and produce fruit. If

Strengthening Your Landscaping Business Post-COVID-19

Market intelligence firm Mordor Intelligence reports that from 2020 until 2025, the landscaping market is set to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 4.5%. This is largely due to millennial households having a greater inclination towards lawn maintenance and self-sustaining activities such as vegetable gardening. Compared to the many industries that suffered drastic

Digital Marketing Tricks and Tips for Small Businesses

For many businesses, digital marketing has become one of the most effective tools to acquire more customers and boost sales. While there are online marketing strategies that can generate new leads for a business, some of them can quickly die down following the end of a campaign. But by establishing long-term tactics, you can continuously

Adding Personality: Creating A Brand For Your Small Business

Nowadays, it takes more than slick advertising to convince people to buy your products or services. What customers want is to be able to connect with a brand on some level. But you can’t do that as a faceless business. Your company needs to show some personality. Fortunately, it is a lot easier to do

Starting Your Local Restaurant Business After COVID-19

The acceleration of vaccinations in the U.S. has been offering increased hope of the situation slowly easing in the country. Despite these, you may still be unsure about gearing up for the launch of your food business after COVID-19. New challenges pose themselves in the post-pandemic era, but the key is to evolve with the

woman wearing a mask

Preventing Pandemic Bankruptcy: What You Should Do

Overall filings for bankruptcy in the U.S. soared to 43,425 across all chapters in March this year. Only 2,275 were new commercial filings, though, representing an increase of 16 percent compared to commercial filings in February. Experts expect more bankruptcy filings to come, citing how the 2007 financial crisis led to bankruptcies that peaked in 2010. It

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people having a meeting

Digital Marketing Tricks and Tips for Small Businesses

For many businesses, digital marketing has become one of the most effective tools to acquire more customers and boost sales. While there are online marketing strategies that can generate new leads for a business, some of them can quickly die down following the end of a campaign. But by establishing long-term tactics, you can continuously

coffee cup branding

Adding Personality: Creating A Brand For Your Small Business

Nowadays, it takes more than slick advertising to convince people to buy your products or services. What customers want is to be able to connect with a brand on some level. But you can’t do that as a faceless business. Your company needs to show some personality. Fortunately, it is a lot easier to do

restaurant

Starting Your Local Restaurant Business After COVID-19

The acceleration of vaccinations in the U.S. has been offering increased hope of the situation slowly easing in the country. Despite these, you may still be unsure about gearing up for the launch of your food business after COVID-19. New challenges pose themselves in the post-pandemic era, but the key is to evolve with the

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Investing in Cryptocurrencies: Are You Too Late?

Cryptocurrencies are becoming the new-age currencies of the digital field. They are virtual currencies that, instead of gold like normal currencies, are supported by cryptography. Cryptography involves transforming a string of text into an undecipherable line of code. The one who has the key to unlock the line of code can read the string of text. Because of

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Housing Market Predictions 2021: Better Prospects for Buyers

The pandemic in the year 2020 caused mortgage rates to fall to historic lows all over the nation. It has enabled more individuals and families to borrow the funds needed to buy their own home. Some took advantage of the reduced rates to refinance their mortgage and save thousands of dollars. Even with the year

Buying a Second Property: Things You Need to Know

It’s already a known fact that a real estate property is a form of investment. Its value increases every year, and you can even tap into your home equity, which you can use in many purposes. But some homeowners even consider getting a second property, mainly because they want to expand their investment portfolio. At

Safest Investments for a Financially Conscious 20-Something

As you get older, there will come a time when you must leave the nest and stop solely relying on your parents or guardians. Providing for yourself is an evident skill needed for the inevitable future, with many saying you need to become financially conscious and stable when you hit your 20s. The truth is

Investing In An Apartment Complex

The real estate industry has produced some of the richest men in the world. Even Warren Buffet, a well-known American investor and business tycoon, invests in real estate. However, it doesn’t mean that you should go blindly into investing in real estate because other people were successful in it. You must do research, lots of

Ways To Build Your Home Equity (And Save In The Process)

Owning a home is an exciting milestone in your life. It hits a lot of things with one stone. You get a comfortable place to live in, an investment, and a social status that people can admire. However, if you are paying a 30-year loan term and still in your first year, you can’t definitely

woman wearing a mask

Preventing Pandemic Bankruptcy: What You Should Do

Overall filings for bankruptcy in the U.S. soared to 43,425 across all chapters in March this year. Only 2,275 were new commercial filings, though, representing an increase of 16 percent compared to commercial filings in February. Experts expect more bankruptcy filings to come, citing how the 2007 financial crisis led to bankruptcies that peaked in 2010. It

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Company Culture: Healthy Practices for the Post-Pandemic Workplace

Employee burnout is on the rise. Remote work has been the most drastic change that professionals experienced over the past year. The sudden outbreak of a global pandemic forced countless businesses to establish work-from-home arrangements for their employees. This unexpected transition severely affected daily business operations. More than that, working-from-home also posed mixed outcomes regarding

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Business and Security: Why Safety Matters

Your business can be considered as one of your greatest assets and investments. Therefore, you should do everything that you can to make sure that it stays safe at all times. To do this, you might need to pay for the services of security companies or have armed security guards to guard your business and

Like Woodwork: How to Succeed in the Wood Carving Business

Wood is one of the most versatile materials on earth. You can create anything with wood, from desks and dining tables to shelves and toy robots. That is the reason why the woodworking industry is an attractive field for any craft enthusiast. There is so much skill, effort, and time that goes into creating wooden

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Fintech: How It Affected America amid the Pandemic

The world has been battling the virus for over a year now, but still, we’re unable to stamp it out for good. To note, it was on the 31st day of December 2019 that China first reported a strange type of pneumonia spreading in people from Wuhan, China — specifically from the wholesale market. Less

Finance

Why Parents Should Not Be Ashamed to Live a Frugal Life

Not all parents have high-paying income. Even if you managed to snag a position with great pay and benefits, how you handle your finances can impact your family’s daily life. There is no point in indulging the grandest of things if you don’t have enough savings, are full of debts, and only live from one

Investing in Cryptocurrencies: Are You Too Late?

Cryptocurrencies are becoming the new-age currencies of the digital field. They are virtual currencies that, instead of gold like normal currencies, are supported by cryptography. Cryptography involves transforming a string of text into an undecipherable line of code. The one who has the key to unlock the line of code can read the string of text. Because of

How to Start Your Own Skincare Line

The global skincare market is expected to grow to $189.3 billion by 2025. That is made possible by people’s increasing awareness of the importance of skin health to overall well-being. Someone with healthy and glowing skin gains confidence. As a result, they become more fulfilled and happier. That makes skincare a business idea worth pursuing. You

Saving for the Rainy Days: Investment Guide during the Pandemic

What’s your primary way of saving up? Is it to put it in a bank and wait for the interests to come? Is it to invest in stocks, property, and different investment engines? There are different ways to go about raising your money from savings. One of the best and proven ways to invest is

For Startup Entrepreneurs: Getting Your Business Out of Debt

For most consumers, debt can have negative implications. But for business owners, debt can be necessary to fund a startup, finance new equipment, or start scaling a brand. This is why even if business owners don’t have a need to acquire a loan, they are already trying to build their business credit. The higher your

Money Management During the Pandemic: Saving Money for the Lean Times

The pandemic has taught people how to make the most of what they have. There have been unfortunate instances when people had been laid off during this period. That’s okay if they have money, but most of them have little to no savings. This makes paying bills and rent a problem for many. On the

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