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| September 22, 2017
Mogo (TSX: MOGO)—a Vancouver-based financial technology company—offers Canadians a more convenient and engaging digital banking experience with its free Mogo®Account.
Article | March 5, 2020
As most industries allocate time, money, and other resources into finding new employees in a labor market where the national unemployment rate is hanging at 3.5% — and substantially lower in some areas — at least one index says that distributors are sitting on the sidelines. According to the CBIZ Small Business Employment Index (SBEI), which tracks hiring trends for U.S. companies with 300 or fewer employees, 2020 kicked off with a seasonally-adjusted increase in hiring of 1.61% for January. “This is a notable improvement over the 1.16% decline in December,” CBIZ SBEI says. “It is also a remarkable number for January, as companies tend to contract their labor forces due to the end of the holiday shopping season.”
Article | February 17, 2020
How to Make Money in Business with a Side Hustle Gone are the days of searching print ads for a job to make a living. In today’s environment, the internet is at your fingertips, making it easier than ever for small businesses that make money to start. In fact, setting up two streams of income can be a simple task. Just ask yourself: The internet provides ample opportunities to finance and start small businesses that make money quickly. Many of these opportunities use the skills you already have. These skills can be anything from grammar or technical skills to social media skills. For example, a nutritionist could easily make the case for starting a health food company. Meanwhile, an accountant could partner with a software developer to create a better tax preparation service. You may be better positioned than most people to take advantage of an opportunity by leveraging the expertise you already have. Just because you already have a full-time job doesn’t mean you can’t make multiple streams of income through side jobs. As you pursue these jobs, keeping a positive mindset will be a key to your success.
Article | February 26, 2020
You have a lot of responsibility as a small business owner, whether you’re managing numerous people or are a self-employed army of one. You have to worry about expenses, numerous financial statements, tax season and more, all while trying to build your net worth. One of the biggest obligations that looms over the head of nearly every business owner is the thought of debt. Debt can greatly impact the growth capacity of a business, and even worse, it can cause a business to go under completely. Fortunately, there’s a great tool that can help you determine how much debt you can handle and help you understand your company’s general financial health. That tool? The solvency ratio.
Article | March 11, 2020
As the head of your small business, you probably feel the weight of responsibility on your shoulders. Your business is an investment you need to protect — it’s not only the service or product you provide but the financial livelihood of you and your employees. Small businesses need comprehensive insurance protection, and Benzinga has done the research to take the burden off of you. Take a look at our guide to better understand the insurance needs of small businesses and find the best small business insurance provider for you.
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