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Give Yourself The Gift Of Early Tax Preparation This Holiday Season

Posted by on Nov 26, 2018 in Productivity 101, Small Business Tips | 0 comments

The holidays bring many welcome sights like turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, presents, and family and friends. But for those in financial services, it also signals that the most hectic time of their year is fast approaching; tax season. Whether you’re preparing for tax season as an individual, or a professional that’s going to file on behalf of clients, a wave of paperwork is headed your way. One of the most helpful tips, for everyone involved, is to get moving quickly: “Get your paperwork to your tax preparer early…February is fantastic. March, especially the first half, is fine. But…if you give your material to your tax preparer on April 1,...

Shoeboxed Acquired by Earth Class Mail to Make the Paperless Office a Reality

Posted by on Aug 22, 2018 in Around The Box | 0 comments

Today we are excited to share that we have joined forces with Earth Class Mail! After 11 years of helping to organize the world, one receipt at a time, we could not be happier that we have now become part of a larger family – with the very same mission. Some of you may have heard of Earth Class Mail in the past: they tackle the problem of paper mail and allow you to simply receive your mail digitally – all scanned in for you and ready to forward to the places where you actually need your mail – checks can be deposited straight into your bank account, bills...

The Balance of Business and Personal Finances

Posted by on Jul 23, 2018 in Freelance Tips, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Like oil and water, your business and personal finances don’t mix. Responsible financial management is crucial to surviving a volatile economy for any company. To keep stable finances, business owners need to be well versed in financial literacy, in their personal and professional lives. The startup and growth phase It’s easy to overstretch personal finances to support the startup costs of a business. Trying to compensate for the lack of revenues leads to mismanaging personal finances. Not saving, and borrowing against personal credit, are partly why 30 percent of small businesses fail in their first year. When your business begins to generate cash flow, the business then supports you....

How You Can Increase Customer Retention in Your Small Business

Posted by on Jun 22, 2018 in Small Business Tips | 0 comments

Running a small business can be quite difficult, especially if you are running it by yourself and you haven’t had much experience. There are a lot of things that you’ll need to think about and customer retention is one of these. Running a business is not just about getting new customers and reaching out, you need to keep the customers that you have and make them want to purchase from you again. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to keep your existing customers like using feedback or business SMS texting so keep reading this article to find out some of these. Create A Loyalty Program One of the best...

5 Reasons Why You Should Work from Home

Posted by on Jun 21, 2018 in Productivity 101 | 0 comments

When you talk to someone who works from home, you’ll hear them talking about all of the great benefits that they get from it. Depending on your type of business and what your role is in it, you might be able to join the work from home club. In this article, we are going to take you through some of the reasons why you should start working from home, so keep reading to hear all of the details! Saving Money When you work from home you actually can save money on both costs of travel to and from work as well as the renting of your office space if...

5 Ways SEPA Can Transform Your Business

Posted by on Jun 4, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

SEPA, The Single Euro Payment Area, was introduced to facilitate the transfer of Euros throughout the Eurozone. By treating the entire Eurozone as a single domestic market, SEPA has been able to greatly reduce the costs and complexities of transferring money internationally within the Eurozone. SEPA offers a number of significant advantages to businesses who need to make payments across the Eurozone. Here are five ways that SEPA, via its unification of multiple independent payment systems, has the potential to transform businesses. Send Money for Less One of the main advantages of SEPA is that it allows for the Entire Eurozone market to be treated as a single domestic...