Make business simple - Provide and Survive
All business is fundamentally the same. There are two key elements to all businesses – ‘Provide’ a product or service and ‘Survive’ by making a profit.
Clients are only interested in one thing – the benefit of the end product or service they are buying at a ‘fair’ price.
The flip side of this is profit. The combination of all the elements that go on behind the scenes all cost money. Knowing the sum of all these costs and charging them to the client is the process of doing business.
Business is the supply of a product or a service to a client at a given price that will allow the company to continue to trade, making all business fundamentally the same.
They must provide and survive.
3 Points You Should Negotiate When You Are Losing Your Job
Do you know what to ask for when you face a job loss? These 3 points can be negotiated at this difficult time.
IRS Issues Long-Term Care Insurance Premium Deductibility Limits for 2006
The Internal Revenue Service has announced the 2006 limitations on the deductibility of long-term care insurance premiums from taxes.
Premiums for "qualified" long-term care policies are treated as an unreimbursed medical expense. These premiums are deductible to the extent that they, along with other unreimbursed medical expenses exceed 7.5 percent of the insured's adjusted gross income.