Tag Archives: financial security

Starting Fresh: Post-Divorce Budgeting Essentials

Starting Fresh: Post-Divorce Budgeting Essentials

The decision to separate from one’s spouse is never easy. It’s natural for both parties to experience some levels of emotional turmoil. A total of 689,308 divorces took place across 45 US states in 2021(the remaining five do not report these statistics). This means double the number of people have had to figure out how.. [Read More]

Why Entertainment Executives Like David Bolno Reinvest in Others

David Bolno

Success in the entertainment business often relies on collaboration, innovation, and visionary leadership – qualities business managers play an essential part in developing clients’ careers and achievements. One business manager who stands out as being committed to investing back in others is David Bolno; others may follow in his footsteps. Key Responsibilities of Business Managers.. [Read More]

5 Things All Businesses Need

5 Things All Businesses Need

If you have an impressive business plan, receiving the green light for funding and investment is an exciting time. However, this doesn’t mean your business is bound to be a success, as even the most innovative companies have struggled to last longer than five years. You can prevent your business from suffering the same fate.. [Read More]

5 Reasons to Have Performance Bonds in Building

Performance Bonds in Building

Performance bonds in building projects provide several benefits and financial protection for all parties involved. Here are five reasons why having performance bonds in building projects is beneficial: Contractor Accountability: Performance bonds hold contractors accountable for completing the project according to the agreed-upon terms and specifications. If the contractor fails to fulfill their obligations, the.. [Read More]

Eliminating Debt in Canada – An Expert Weighs in on How You Can Become Debt Free

An Expert Weighs in on How You Can Become Debt Free

Authored by Athena Nagel Eliminating debt can be a daunting task, but it’s crucial to your financial well-being. If you’re struggling with debt in Canada, you’re not alone. According to a recent study, the average Canadian has over $20,000 in non-mortgage debt. Ed Rempel, a fee-for-service financial advisor, has provided individual financial plans for thousands.. [Read More]