Andrew A. Quinn

Signs You Need To Hire More Employees Immediately

Approximately 57 million people are employed by small businesses in the United States. Growing your small business is something that will require a lot of hard work. As you start to grow, you will need to expand the size of your workforce as well. Adding both onsite and remote employees to your roster can be beneficial for a number of different reasons. Some business owners wait as long as possible before adding

Market Your Products and Services to Potential Customers

Coming up with the new products and services require a lot of hard work. But when your target audience is unaware of your business, how come they reach you. Marketing your product and services to your potential customers is a new game for your business. First of all, you need to identify the target audience and then communicate your message by identifying the potential platforms for them. Don’t forget that

3 Estate Planning Essentials

Estate planning can be an intimidating prospect. It is difficult to think about what would happen if you died or became ill or injured to the point of incapacitation. It is also difficult to decide which estate planning documents you really need and which you can do without. Your estate plan can be as simple or complex as you want it to be and that your situation warrants. You decide

How to Start Cryptocurrency Investing the Right Way

As of 2020, the market cap for cryptocurrency is valued at a staggering $265. 55 billion. The growth of the cryptocurrency industry has been phenomenal since crypto was first introduced in 2009, with users growing to more than 40 million in just a decade. Chances are you’ve heard a lot about cryptocurrency. Perhaps you’d even like to try your hand at cryptocurrency investing. The fact is investing in cryptocurrency can

Minimum Wage Budget: Tips on How to Make the Most of Your Salary

Are you reading this wondering how you’re going to pay the bills? It’s a truth more people than ever face as unemployment rises. But with people worldwide living with little income, it’s hard to see sometimes where all that money disappears to. So here’s a quick guide to setting yourself a minimum wage budget that also allows you to save. Use the 50 30 20 Rule For Your Minimum Wage

10 Reasons Why Your Bike Still Needs An Insurance   

During the monsoon, we all make it a point to carry an umbrella with us when we step out of the house. Even though the sky may look clear, we know that later in the day, the weather may not remain the same. And so, we carry the umbrella, so that we are prepared when it rains. It works the same way when it comes to bike insurance. Just like

4 Ways To Prevent Chargebacks

Chargebacks are a way for credit cardholders to dispute merchant charges and combat fraud. You need to proactively reduce the amount of them you receive because too many legitimate ones can hurt revenue and reputation, while illegitimate ones hurt your business even more severely. Here are 4 ways to do just that. Keep Transaction Records Keeping detailed records is one of the simplest ways to help prevent chargebacks. Include emails and

How to Decorate a Home Office

As the pandemic wears on, people are starting to realize they might be stuck in their home offices longer than originally anticipated. Although few people are probably disappointed about trading in office panel systems and work pants for a cozy desk chair and sweats, there’s still a matter of making a home office feel, well, homey! Simply sticking a computer in your spare room or adding a desk next to a window

How to Hire a Property Tax Advisor

Are you a homeowner or a business owner with one or more properties to your name? Do you disagree with the amount of your latest tax appraisal or feel you’ve been paying too much in property taxes? Then you need a qualified property tax advisor. The size of your tax bill is determined by your property valuation. Accordingly, having a property that has been overvalued will result in you paying

Critical Illness Policy: Tips for Buying it for Senior Citizens

Critical illness is like an uninvited visitor that takes a massive toll on your health and wealth. Cancer, coma, sclerosis, kidney failure, heart attack, and paralysis are some of the critical illnesses that have become prevalent these days. So, how to handle this tricky situation? Well, the answer is, go for a comprehensive critical illness insurance policy. It can safeguard you from any financial loss. Selecting the best critical illness