Keeping Track of Time – Time is Money

August 27th, 2015

employee time clockWe’ve all heard of the cache phrase “Time is Money!” Well, that’s not always true. However, for an employee who’s paid by the hour, time is literally money. So as a business owner, managing your time and managing your money are almost the same thing!

I’m not saying that all employees are dishonest, but some will do everything they can to do what we like to call, “Milking the Clock.”

Back in the day I had a job working at an airport just outside of Silver City New Mexico. It was a summer job which had me doing runway maintenance, washing and waxing planes and refueling slurry bombers as they came in from their fire runs. As a high school kid, it was a pretty sweet gig.

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So, You Want to Become a Financial Security Advisor

August 25th, 2015

financial PlannerFinancial planning can be a rewarding, interesting, and profitable career. If you want to follow in the footsteps of successfully financial security advisors such as Robert Yancovitch, you’re going to need to take stock of whether you have what it takes to earn the credentials. More than that, you’ll have to decide whether you have the type of personality that is best suited to being more than just a financial security advisor. After all, if you are going to do it, why not strive to be at truly great one!

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Simple Tips on How To Keep Your Business Finances Straight in Calgary

August 12th, 2015

business financesThere is nothing simple about running a small business. With all of the different things that have to be kept up with, being the owner of a business can be a very tough job…in fact, it can be a “more than full time job,” if you know what I mean. One of the biggest struggles most new business owners will have is in regards to their bookkeeping. Finding the right way to keep a business’s finances straight will allow the business owner to stay out of harm’s way when it comes to filing a . Here are a few simple tips to use when trying to keep your small business finances straight.

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Three Simple Ways To Get Your Business Growing In 2015

July 1st, 2015

grow your businessIf you run a business and are interested in attaining unprecedented conversion rates in the year 2015, it’s important to note that there are systems and structures you can implement to realize your objective. To ensure that you can get your business growing this year, consider implementing the following tips:

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Europe Warns Against Investing in Israeli Settlements

June 10th, 2015

Invest in settlementsTwo more nations have joined France is advising citizens to avoid investing in Israeli settlements. Spain and Italy have aligned themselves with France to shun investments in settlements that are built on Palestinian occupied land. The united front of these countries adds strength to the protest regarding these settlements.

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Small Business Owners Targeted by the Federal Government

June 8th, 2015

empty pocketsCivil asset forfeiture abuse is rampant across the country. Through the Bank Secrecy Act the federal government routinely seizes the accounts of many small businesses due to suspicion of illegal behavior. These suspected practices, or structuring, are the division of cash deposits into denominations less than $10,000 with the goal of avoiding detection by government agencies. The problem is that innocent owners of small establishments regularly make small deposits as a normal part of their operations. When the Internal Revenue Service is alerted to the deposits, they have the authority to empty the accounts of mom-and-pop drugstores or family-owned restaurants without showing any proof of illegal behavior.

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