Archive for January, 2016
If your business hasn’t already taken advantage of outsourced payroll solutions, it needs to. Pronto. Here’s why.
Outsourcing payroll frees up time. - One of the most important reasons you need to outsource your payroll needs is to get back the time you or your HR personnel spend taking care of it. Since someone else is taking care of it for you and your company, you and your staff can take the time that would have otherwise been spent doing it and use it to do something that generates profit. On that note…
Outsource reduces costs. - Time is money, after all. By outsourcing, you not only get back whatever time you would have lost tak
American consumers are notorious for getting themselves in debt. Consumers owe over $11.91 trillion in various forms of debt, with credit card debt being among the most popular type of funds owed. Does your debt contribute to this shocking statistic? Read below to learn three key ways to reduce debt.
- Establish a budget.
The first step to reduce debt is to make a clear plan of how to do so. By establishing a budget, you can allocate your funds accordingly and put a portion towards repaying your debts. A budget will not only start the debt repayment process, but it will help you figure out how long it?ll take you to fully pay them off. Determine how much of your money needs to go to household bills, and then to your debts.
If budgeting isn?t for you, you may wan
Saturday?s lottery total is $334 million. Taken as it lump sum it?s $205 million. Although both of these numbers are just estimates, they?re both a lot of money. More money than most of the people searching the internet will ever have access to in their lives. But, it?s good to dream, right?
Although few people will face the decision of how to receive this kind of money, many others are offered the choice between taking settlement cash now or receiving their money through a structured settlement annuity. Insurance benefits, court settlements, and, yes, lottery payouts present these options to recipients.
While many people initially think that a structured pay schedule stretched o