Traveling with a dog is a lot of fun, but there are some important things to consider so you and your pet are prepared. Sometimes people think we are crazy for bringing our dogs on our adventures, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. For us, it’s like bringing your kids along, haha! Since […]
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Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) is the process businesses use to prepare budgets, generate forecasts, analyze profitability and otherwise inform senior management decisions of how to implement the companyâs strategy most effectively and efficiently. The FP&A functions can be accomplished … Continue reading →
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There are lots of expenses associated with the start-up and day-to-day operations of a business. Fortunately, many of these expenses are deductible, lowering the ownerâs income tax and self-employment tax. Here are five deductions that can benefit small-business owners and self-employed taxpayers.
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When you have an international credit card, you can use it both in your home country and abroad. Itâs not uncommon to come across businesses abroad that only accept native currency. Thatâs when an international credit card comes in handy. If you want to avoid the hassles of carrying cash or travelerâs checks everywhere you... Read More
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I haven’t always been a minimalist, nor have I always been interested in minimalist living. I used to purchase crazy amounts of clothing, random items for my home, wasn’t interested in becoming a minimalist, and so on. I hoarded lots of items, hoping that one day I would find a use for them. I often […]
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Today, I have a great article written by my sister-in-law and editor, Ariel Gardner. She is sharing her travel insurance review story, and goes in-depth on the travel insurance process. I asked her to write about this because I feel like it’s not really discussed, yet there is a lot to learn! You may have […]
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Love to travel? Good news: There are ways to put thatÂ wanderlust to use with a travel rewards credit card. Though travel rewards cards aren’t the easiest to get approved for as they require an excellent orÂ good credit score, those who are able to snagÂ oneÂ can use itÂ to build better credit. (Just remember, before you apply it’s... Read More
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