Expatriate Tax Returns : 5 Tax Saving Tips For US Tax On American Expats

Posted on May 4, 2017

Expatriate Tax Returns : 5 Tax Saving Tips For US Tax On American Expats

Whether you are a US citizen, a Resident Alien or an American Expatriate, there is no escaping tax ( US Tax for Americans Living Abroad ). Since tax payment constitutes a major portion of your expenses and with the introduction of new tax filing forms requirements imposed by the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FACTA), taking steps to ensure tax savings is the only long-term solution to save up on your finances.

If youre an American expat living abroad and wish to save your tax payable in the States, here are the 5 simple solutions you can follow :

    Do NOT Invest in Mutual Funds

IRS classifies all foreign mutual funds as Passive Foreign Investment Company (PFIC), unless the fund is designed as a partnership. (more…)

The Life Of Forex

Posted on April 29, 2017

The Life Of Forex

The forex market is one which has the most volume of money flowing from economies to economies, businesses to businesses and from peoples pockets to pockets. There is a huge potential to make a very good income if one gets it right. However, this is easier said than done.

The forex market consist of trading currencies of all kinds, by either buying or selling. (more…)

Make Your HR Department More Productive In Just One Day

Posted on April 25, 2017

Make Your HR Department More Productive In Just One Day

    Expert Advice

      Jeff Haden of BNET offered up a great post on Simple Ways to Increase Productivity by 5% – In one Day!” Sounds great right but is it possible? The answer depends on how much you are willing to put into the policies and procedures you have in place.

    Here I want to focus on making your HR department more productive first, and then the lessons learned can be spread throughout your company. (more…)

The Economy and Underwear Sales: The Connected Link

Posted on April 17, 2017

The Economy and Underwear Sales: The Connected Link

The economy is a tricky business-tracking it, dealing with it, loving it, hating it-it’s always out of reach of us. Well, not as far out of reach as you may have once thought. The Economy and Underwear Sales are actually linked quite closely, if you can believe that.

Recent Economic Trends

Recently, a recession had taken over the globe faster than any of the Star Wars films. (more…)

10 Reasons for Restructuring a Company

Posted on April 10, 2017

10 Reasons for Restructuring a Company

    1. Changed Nature of Business

    In todays business environment, the only constant is change. Companies that refuse to change with the times face the risk of their product line becoming obsolete. Because of this, businesses experiment with new products, explore new markets, and reach out to new groups of customers on a continuous basis. (more…)

Successful Sales Strategy Is Not Pricing

Posted on April 7, 2017

Successful Sales Strategy Is Not Pricing

The “Everything for less then a Dime” market is fully saturated.

Starbucks is offering lower prices and free Wi-Fi.

“Free” “Lower Prices” “Huge Discounts” are the mantra of the business world. Why?

We have been told that “If you are not the cheapest then you are losing customers.” That is why the American and world economy are shedding employees like water off of a ducks back. (more…)

Just Sales

Posted on March 25, 2017

Just Sales

What in the hell is B2B sales, you find people in sales using the term B2B sales to distinguish their style of sales from retail or corporate sales. It has almost become more of a cult-like language were you will find “B2B Sales Representatives” often using skills that akin to retail sales rep with the difference being a good retail sales rep. usually sales in a relaxed fashion where that B2B sales has become more arrogant or even holier than thou attitude that boards on being nauseating to most prospects. (more…)

5 Causes of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) & How to Prevent Them

Posted on March 22, 2017

    Sick building syndrome, or SBS, is an illness that affects hundreds of office workers each year, although for many it goes undiagnosed. A major cause of absenteeism, SBS can cost businesses serious money in low productivity levels and unfit workers. Headaches, nausea and difficulty breathing are all symptoms of SBS that are often mistaken for other illnesses. But what does all this have to do with heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)?

    SBS can be triggered by a number of factors and one of these is poor air quality. (more…)