Andrew J. Abernathey is managing member and founder of Ritaway Capital Management, a value-oriented boutique investment partnership.
We all need a break from time to time. But the cost of transportation, lodging, and meals can quickly add up, and even a short getaway can break the bank if you’re not careful. Read our list of suggestions on how to vacation on the cheap.
Understanding how estate and gift taxes work, plus dismantling common misconceptions, can help entrepreneurs better plan for leaving their companies to the next generation.
If you are struggling with debt, you might be surprised at how it can impact your life. Here’s how debt reduction can improve your non-financial life.
Online trading allows you to control your investment by reducing the input of the middleman (the brokerage firm) and allowing you to trade whenever you want. These tips will help you get started.
A tax lien can ruin your credit if you’re not careful. Fortunately, there are ways to remove tax liens from your business and personal credit reports.
Investing allows you to grow your money. When the economy is growing, you may see good returns on your investments. This growth inspires confidence that your money is invested well and you may seek out even more investment opportunities.
Investing can also result in losses. When the economy is shrinking, you may see your investment values diminish and wonder if you made sound choices. Here are the top five smartest moves you can make as an investor to help ensure your investment strategy is strong:
By Rony Zarom
The Millennial generation, those born between 1980 and 2000, is projected to make up 75 percent of the U.S. workforce by 2025. With an army of Millennials suiting up to take shape as our imminent workplace leaders, integrating and cultivating this generation into the workforce today is critical to the future success of your business.
However, this has not been an easy task for business leaders, as just like the generations before them, Millennials work, interact, and engage differently. Employers surveyed in a PwC “Millennials at Work” report admitted that reaching and retaining this talent pool is one of the biggest challenges they face.
Markets in developed nations present an array of challenges to investors. These challenges are compounded when investing in emerging markets, in part because acquiring information about emerging markets is difficult. The differences between developed and emerging markets range from the sequence and method of trade to the company requirements for reporting market exchanges.
Yet, the money to be made from investing in emerging markets is often significantly greater than what can be achieved from investing in the markets of a developed nation. In addition, an altruistic aspect may exist for some investors to help fund the businesses of a nation that may still have much of its population in poverty.
By Jeff Furst
Big data is a big success in the world of HR. From helping businesses determine the quality of hires to predicting which employees are higher quit risks, big data and talent analytics are benefiting small and large organizations everywhere.
Despite its popularity and effectiveness, Randstad’s 2015 Talent Trends Report, a survey of 350 global HR leaders, found that 44 percent of organizations are not using talent analytics as part of their talent strategy and workforce planning process.
Why not? Larger organizations may have the time and internal resources to devote to these kind of initiatives, but small and medium-sized business don’t know where to start.