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We all know that we have rights. We have basic human rights, of course, but we also have rights that are applicable in certain contexts. For example, when you enter the workforce as an employee, you have certain rights. Unfortunately, many employees aren’t aware of their rights, which means that

The world is continually embracing more and more digital methods, and small businesses are following suit. However, digital transformation is about much more than just adding digital tools to existing workflows. For businesses of all sizes to fully utilize digital transformation, they need to shift their mindsets so that they

Certain motorists may be mandated to carry proof of financial accountability in the form of an SR-22 by law or court judgment. The SR-22 document is submitted to your municipality and is not a “kind” of insurance. This form is somewhat like evidence to show that your vehicle insurance coverage

Growing your small business can seem borderline impossible, especially when just launching it seemed to take everything you had. When most people think of business growth, they automatically think of increased profits when it is actually quite the opposite at first. Growing a business takes money, time, and tons of

There is no denying it: cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm. And, if you have joined in the Bitcoin and Ethereum craze of the past years, the chances are that you are now enjoying significant capital gains.  So, what can you do with the wealth that you have accumulated?

If you’re very lucky, you will go your whole life without ever needing a lawyer. Unfortunately, that’s not the case for most people. Most of us will, at some point, need to use a lawyer. We don’t always realize it, but lawyers can be useful in all aspects of our

As a small or new employer, it can be difficult to know what you need to purchase to begin with. It can be tempting to immediately purchase the latest payroll software to get your payroll started but is that necessary? The answer to this question is: not always. It will

If you work from home, as a freelancer, or a small business owner, the government can subsidize your taxes on what they deem personal expenses.  Since covid, millions of Americans have been working from home and overlooking their expenses in their tax filings. Some people dismiss these deductions because they

As a small business owner, you must seriously consider the best way to communicate with others. You will have to consider factors like cost, scale, and reliability. A virtual phone number is a phone number that relies on the internet to make calls as opposed to traditional phone numbers, which

Driving a truck for a living isn’t for everyone, but that doesn’t mean it’s not for you! The life of a truck driver is vastly different from someone who works a typical 9 to 5 and there’s a lot that people might not know about the job. If you’re interested