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3 Common Workplace Injuries and How to Avoid Them

Throughout 2015 and 2016, men made up 64 percent of serious workplace claims in Australia, while women made up 36 percent. To qualify as a serious workplace claim, the worker must be left incapacitated (making them miss a full week of work or more), and workers’ compensation must accept the claim. While not all injuries […]

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Considerations for Entrepreneurs Working Abroad

The world is getting smaller as technology makes it possible for many entrepreneurs to set up shop anywhere their heart desires. Consultants and freelancers are using their job as a way to see the world without sacrificing any income. However, working abroad as an entrepreneur isn’t always as simple as it sounds. Here are some […]

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Avoiding Malpractice Claims in Your Healthcare Business

Members of the medical profession are always working under the cloud of having a malpractice claim made against them. Apart from the fact that they take caring for their patients very seriously, they also have to try to avoid this happening as well. According to a HealthAffairs study, medical malpractice-related costs reach more than $55 […]

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Protecting a Small Business from Divorce

No one expects to get divorced when they say “I do,” but the reality is that 40-50% of marriages end in divorce. Ending a marriage and uprooting your life can be painful and challenging, but for business owners, these effects are amplified. Suddenly, your livelihood and all that you’ve worked hard to build is in […]

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5 Must Know Tips for Buying a Franchise

Purchasing a franchise is a popular way to start a new business. Franchising is a great way to expand a business so when it’s done well both the franchisor and the franchisees can profit from being in business together. There’s a contract between the two that needs to be thoroughly assessed and the franchisee needs […]

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Prevent a Wrongful Death Lawsuit against Your Business

Did you know up to 3 million workers are injured in the workplace every year? For employers, this means the chances of being involved in an accident are high. And, depending on the person and the country, a lawsuit might be likely to follow. Some people, such as Dave George, can’t blame their company for […]

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Top Tips for Totally Divorce-Proofing Your Business

Did you know that the divorce rate for first marriages in the United States is 41%? The majority of couples (around 59%) may never get divorced. But as these statistics show, there’s about a 50/50 gamble when it comes to staying married. Of course, there’s a lot at stake when a married couple decides to […]

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The Advantages Of Successful Mergers And Acquisitions Explained

Business mergers and acquisitions could be an effective strategy for growing the bottom line. Organizations usually consolidate to increase market access, remove excess capacity, develop new businesses, acquire technology more quickly, and improve the performance of the target company. In most cases, organizations acquire or merge because they want to grow with a goal of […]

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Top 4 Workplace Injuries and Illnesses Concerning Small Businesses

Small businesses need to prepare for potential, costly lawsuits. Workplace injuries and illnesses cost businesses billions of dollars per year. And it’s not just the injuries and illnesses of today that are a cause for concern. Businesses also need to be conscious of materials that may be harmful in the future. 1. Overexertion Injuries are […]

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Your Step-by-Step Plan to Launch a Successful Bail Bonds Business

According to IBISWorld, the bail bonds services industry generates more than two billion dollars a year. Are you trying to get a cut of that action? Opening your own bondsman company is a fun, exciting, and risky pursuit that can be financially rewarding. But in order to be successful, you need to take cautious steps […]

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How to set up a company in Switzerland

Before starting a business in Switzerland you should have a clear picture about what kind of company you want to incorporate. Among the most common types of companies formed in Switzerland are the corporation (AG), the limited liability company (GmbH) and the sole proprietorship. An AG requires a share capital of at least CHF 100,000. […]

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9 Essential Estate Planning Basics Everyone Should Know

Business acumen doesn’t always transcend to Estate planning know-how however the good news is you can do it, without it being an overwhelming task. With our helpful estate planning basics guide, you can be on your way to planning your future and the future of your loved ones with ease. Only 44% of Americans have […]

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5 Invaluable Tips for Starting Your Own Law Firm

Are you thinking of starting your own law firm? If so, you’ve got some important decisions to make. With over 175,000 law firms already operating in the US, competition is fierce. In today’s tough economy, how can you set up a law firm that will not only succeed but thrive? Read on to learn our […]

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4 Business Contract Mistakes to Avoid

Contracts play an integral role in any business, and if you’re a start-up, negotiating and formalizing contracts is great news – you’re in business. But one wrong move – or one poorly constructed contract – can potentially sink your business and everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve. To prevent this from happening, here are […]

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