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For the fifth straight year, Vermont had the best insurance regulatory environment in the United States, according to the R Street Institute’s recently released Insurance Regulation Report Card, an annual examination of which states best regulate the business of insurance. … Continue reading
Since New Year’s resolutions have a 48-hour shelf life, many people don’t even bother with them. Here is a different approach: five ways to improve performance by focusing on results-changing behaviors. 1. Try something new In their “Habits Across the … Continue reading
You’ve seen it before – a good employee makes a horrible decision in his or her personal vehicle. What are the implications for your company if the employee’s license is revoked, cancelled, or suspended due to alcohol, controlled substance or … Continue reading
Two young entrepreneurs disrupt the watch industry How do you shake up an industry that’s been around for more than a century? Crowd-fund six-figures. Offer direct-from-the-factory designs. Build a social media following. Then, persuade the smartphone generation to sport … Continue reading
The 20-60-20 principle covers many different facets of a real estate agent’s business, but nowhere does it have a more poignant meaning than with past clients. In today’s busy real estate market past clients are often forgotten or agents simply … Continue reading
Any business owner needs to understand the 10 Tips for Keeping your Business Out of Court 1. Use the Proper Legal Entity for Your Business and Make Sure it Is Set-up Properly. Not all business entities are created equal. … Continue reading
Our Mission The National Coalition for the Self Employed was started to assist employees to transition from a employee to a self employed individual and to teach these passionate people how to develop and foster a profitable and rewarding business … Continue reading
Are you prepared for the unexpected? What about your business? Whether you manage a whitewater rafting excursion, a horseback-riding stable or a hunting grounds, it can be all fun and games until someone gets hurt — or dies. Simply put, your business … Continue reading
Business owners probably know more than you do when it comes to planning for contingencies. For example: What if a major order gets canceled at the last minute? What if the order is delivered but the customer goes out of … Continue reading