Workforce Management Downsizing, lay-offs, and … Keep Reading
Learn About Five Different Ways Businesses Can Be Set Up
When opening up a business, there are four different types to choose from:
- Sole Proprietor,
- Limited Liability Company,
- and Corporation.
It’s important to research all the different types of business structures before the choice is made. Each structure offers advantages and disadvantages. Find out which type is best for your business. Keep Reading
Ways to Improve Business Alignment with Strategy
Strategic planning is a difficult proposition in many organizations, but getting it right can improve a company’s agility in an increasingly changing business climate.
Many organization find they do not get the desired results from their efforts in strategic planning.
They often find difficulty in having strategies and plans motivate real action and provide value to the company. That follow-through — getting real business results — is a significant issue for many businesses. Keep Reading
How to Make More Money and Get Tax Relief via Home Ownership
In Australia, the home is a growth asset and can be used to make more investments. Plus, owning a home is tax effective.
Owning a home has always been considered the great Australian dream. For the uninitiated or prospective first home buyers, it’s important to know that buying a house is an investment too.
Here’s a quick look at how home ownership can create more wealth and help home owners reap some tax benefits. Keep Reading
What Homeowners Can Do to Sell a House Faster
Due to a poor economy and a tough real estate market, selling a home can be difficult. Here are five things the seller can do to improve the chances for a home sale.
With foreclosure signs covering entire neighborhoods across the nation, it has become clear that the once scalding-hot housing market has collapsed and the days of the easy home sale are over. Keep Reading
Leverage—A Source of Undue Risk or A Way to Increase Alpha?
Some view leverage as one of the main reasons why hedge funds are so risky, while others believe that properly managed leverage can yield excess returns.
Hedge funds use leverage as a regular part of their trading strategies.
In certain cases, such as arbitrage, leverage is the key “ingredient” simply because without it, arbitrage profits would be too small to justify either the cost or the effort. In other words, leverage works as a “profit amplifier” of sorts. Keep Reading