3 More Things I Learned From My Failed Business – Part Two

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I previously mentioned three things I learned from my failed business. Here are three more things I learned that are equally, if not more, important. Don’t Quit Your Day Job For a lot of us, entrepreneurship is the road to financial freedom. We want to quit our day jobs and have some flexibility in our lives. However, keeping your day job will help you save up to cover expenses while you’re...
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3 Things I Learned from My Failed Business – Part One

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I have failed at business ventures for a decade. They either flopped outright, or I was unable to execute my idea correctly. I was embarrassed when I realized my dreams wouldn’t come to fruition after I had promoted my services. I can say it proudly now because I learned some valuable lessons. Start the Business First, the best way to start a business is to take steps to execute. Talking about...
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5 Marketing Tactics To Promote Your New Accounting Firm

Marketing team brainstorming tactics You have finally established the accounting firms of your dreams and are ready to work with important clients. But it’s very soon that you realize how difficult it is to bring your business to the limelight and eventually get clients. That’s because there are numerous such accounting firms like  you, who are striving to get the same clients that you are after....
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Corporate Philanthropy: The Good and The Bad

Corporate philanthropy sets companies apart from the pack. In their quest to gain market share and consumer dollars, they use various marketing strategies, including generosity. What is Corporate Philanthropy? Corporate philanthropy is a subset of corporate social responsibility (CSR), which is branding with a conscious. A business can’t be just about the bottom line. It has to improve the lives...
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Can an Employer Hold Your Last Paycheck?

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If you’ve recently left your job, you may be wondering if an employer can hold your last paycheck. Based on federal law, the answer is no. However, you may not receive payment immediately, and it may not be the amount you expected. Reasons to Withhold Your Last Paycheck Federal law prohibits employers from withholding final paycheck for any reason. Some reasons where an employer might try to...
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