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Many people who are getting started in real estate investment stick to residential homes, since they’re generally more familiar with the buying process (and the rules that govern renting residential properties). But buying commercial real estate can be an equally profitable or more profitable route, provided you take the time to do your research. Here are some pros and cons of buying commercial real estate to consider before you dive in:
- Higher Income Potential
Commercial real estate yields, on average, a much higher annual percentage of the purchase price than residential real estate does. You might be getting 6% to 12%, rather than 1% to
If you have the money, outsourcing pesky tasks is a great way to relieve life’s silly headaches. Hire someone to walk the dog, deliver you dinner, drive you from appointment to appointment. However, that’s IF you have the money. Consider continuing to outsource the jobs below, even with a tight budget, understanding that these positions are actually saving you the money they are costing you.
Your Daughter’s Tutor
“We should not teach children the sciences but give them a taste for them,” said Jean Jacques Rosseau, a Genevan philosopher from the 1700s. Rosseau was certainly on to something. If a passion for learning does not live inside of you, you have every reason for outsourcing your children’s homework help. After all, if your children grow up to be intelligent
If you’re a business owner in today’s economy, outsourcing for your accounting services needs is a great idea. While it’s an added expense, it’s one that saves time and headaches so you can concentrate on doing what you do best: running your business.
While things may be rough in other parts of the world, out economy is growing: in 2013, the U.K. grew nearly 2%, which was the largest growth rate in some six years.Not surprisingly, our industry for auditing and accounting continues to grow as well, generating upwards of six billion revenue dollars.
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If you’re a business looking to build a strong financial foundation, there are several jobs in accounting you’ll need to fill, each requiring workers with specific personality traits and educational backgrounds. Company structures vary depending on size and individual needs, but here’s what you should generally be thinking of trying to fill in terms of financial management jobs:
- Certified Public Accountant
A CPA is someone who has taken the necessary financial education and state licensing tests to keep books and do taxes. CPAs are focused, detail-oriented and excellent at retaining information (after all, knowing some minute aspect of the financial codes could save your company thousands or tens of thousands of dollars). Often, more advanced accounting jobs als
Buying a home is the most significant investment most people will make in their lives, and it’s important to be an informed consumer before you make a purchase. Buying property is expensive and it is usually necessary to take out a loan to help you cover the cost. There are several things you can do to minimize your risk before you take out a mortgage, like saving and finding out your credit score, or if you already have one, like checking out home mortgage refinance rates. Read below for some smart tips to help you manage your money.
1. Connect with your local community bank.
Community banks are invested in the local economy, and they are committed to worki
Medical, student loan, and credit card debt — or a combination of all three — is something that affects the majority of Americans. Total American consumer debt is over $11 trillion dollars, and according a recent CBS New Report, continues to rise by an estimated $75 million dollars every hour. Of the course of the past 6 post-recession years, Americans have remained resilient, and continue to seek debt help and debt advice in order to get their finances on track and live debt free.
Debt counselling services provided by debt relief centers and agencies allow those who need to regain control of their finances the opportunity to explore several flexible debt solutions. Don’t be discouraged. It’s important to remain obje