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Turn a Bad Credit Rating Good

July 26th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

There are a lot of situations that rely upon how good or bad your credit rating is. Whether or not you are granted a car loan or mortgage will depend upon the credit rating you have and even renting a home or getting a phone contract might involve a peek at your credit score. That’s […]

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Recruit and Retain: The Two Reasons You Should Provide Employee Benefits Solutions

June 18th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

The cost of healthcare and retirement plans may be rising, but resist the temptation to eliminate employee benefit solutions for your team. Simply put, if you want to recruit and retain top talent, employee benefit services are a must. In a tight job market, the more competitive your employee benefit solutions, the more likely you’ll […]

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Starting A Business: Think About Your Bank!

June 17th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

When people start their businesses, they often spend an inordinate amount of time making relatively small decisions. Like which chairs they should purchase for the office or what color paint they should use in the break room. While those decisions can make the work environment slightly more enjoyable for them and their employees, those are […]

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Grow Your Business & Meet Business Operating Costs with Working Capital

June 11th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

As a small business owner, your working capital is one of the most important elements on your balance sheet. It’s how investors determine your financial stability, and it shows how much money you have on hand to manage business operating costs and grow your assets. Working capital is defined as your current assets minus your […]

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Work and Play: A Look at Britain’s Finances

May 22nd, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

There can be no doubt that the UK has been going through an age of austerity in the past few years after the banking crisis. Thankfully the country seems to have weathered the worst of the storm better than some others in Europe. Greece has been particularly hard hit and Spain and Ireland both saw […]

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