October 2020

29
Oct

Insuring Your Business as It Grows

Growth of a business is inevitable, provided you have the right business strategy in place for your enterprise. Companies with less than $2 million annual operation costs tend to grow at a higher rate, as per the 2013 Pacific Crest SaaS Survey. Consequently, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) have higher chances of scaling than big companies. With a high growth

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22
Oct

3 Top Exercises You Can Do at Your Desk

Recent studies have found that sitting in the same position for more than 8 hours a day at work can reduce the amount of blood that reaches your brain, leading to decreased mental productivity. Moreover, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that prolonged sitting is a form of sedentary behaviour and can put you at risk of

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15
Oct

How Can Your Employees Help Cut Down Your Workers’ Compensation Costs

In 2018, work-related injuries claims in the U.S. escalated to $170 billion, as reported by the National Safety Council (NSC). Out of this figure, the value of time lost investigating workers comp claims and writing up the necessary reports and so on, as well as the cost of time lost by other workers who were indirectly or directly involved in

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8
Oct

Basics of Equipment Financing 101: What You Should Know

Enacted into law in 2017, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act offers American construction companies an added tax incentive to procure construction equipment. Under the Act, eligible businesses now enjoy up to $1 million and $2.5 million in allowable deduction and annual equipment purchases, respectively, up from $500,000 and $1 million, respectively. On top of that, the Act increases the

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