Financial literacy is important and it should start at home. When most people talk about it, though, they mean pretty mundane things, like learning that running up credit card debt is bad and what compound interest is all about. By virtue of your decision to subscribe to Financial Poise, however, you surely have children who can handle more. Make your child (13-33) read 90 Second Lessons: What is ROI? and let the conversation evolve from there.
Are You a Corporate Director or Do You Want to Be?
Wouldn't it be great to see your name on the big screen? Even if you’re not the actor type, you can still be involved by investing in movie making. It’s not the sort of investment that makes sense for most people, but if you already have a strong investment portfolio, this alternative asset class may be something to consider. Read Movie Making is Fun But Will it Make You Money? to get a better sense of whether it’s something worth exploring.
So, you are an entrepreneur and want to start your own business. One of the first decisions required is to choose a legal structure for the business. What factors should be taken into consideration prior to selecting a legal structure? Does a sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company, or corporation (C- or S-corp) make the most sense? This webinar focuses on business formation and the pros and cons of different legal structures and includes tips on how to keep one’s personal assets safe from the claims of future creditors of the business.
Your business has a budget for marketing, but is it hitting its target? Targeted sales and marketing activities will allow your business to grow a customer-centric mindset which, in turn, will help serve your current customers and find new ones that will benefit from what you do or sell. Read Targeted Sales and Marketing Activities Should Drive Your Company’s Business Growth by Scott Steer to help guide your business to the right mindset and strategies for marketing success.