The office shouldn’t be a stressful and dull environment. You spend the greater part of your life in the workplace and it you shouldn’t be made to feel like you’re entering hell every morning. Every office should have some leisure space so that employees and employers alike can relax and recuperate. Studies show that a leisurely environment stimulates the mind and that it helps combat fatigue and stress.
Stuck for ideas? Here are five cool spaces you can incorporate in your office. Work hard, play hard – isn’t that the motto, after all?
This article will look at your retirement plans in order to answer the question, how much to save for retirement? There are several different ways to calculate this number, and of course the value will vary from person to person depending on their circumstances. But, to give you a ballpark number, for most retirees if you have around $500,000 at age 65, and have a home paid for and no debt, you should be able to have a comfortable if modest retirement, and you will be much better off than the majority of other retired people. If you want an above average or deluxe retirement you will need more savings.
Four Fun ways to Motivate your Employees.
When it comes to work, most people can think of a whole lot of things they would rather be doing than, sitting in the office all day doing work or answering the phone. And while this certainly won’t change for some people no matter what you do, here are four fun ways to motivate your employees and keep them moving forward without needing to put too much into it, or cost too much time and effort on your behalf.
So you’ve finally done it. Congratulations! After years of hard work, and the proverbial blood, sweat, and tears, you’ve made it to retirement. The only problem is, after decades of getting up dutifully and going to work, you all of a sudden have no frame of reference for how to spend your days. From a regimented schedule to suddenly an open-ended year of nothing, retirement can seem daunting with uncertainty.
But assuming you’ve done the leg work, and saved up money for your retirement life, you’ve got an amazing couple of decades ahead of you, and a great time to enjoy retirement, life, family, and all the things you missed along the way.
In fact, if you’re out of ideas, there are a few things you can do and ways you can enjoy your retirement that are cheap, easy, fun, and will leave you with plenty to do when it comes to life and a new lifestyle.
Sole proprietorships are the simplest way to run your business. They are taxed at your regular tax rates as a person. Because of the simplicity of this business structure, many business start this way. As your business grows, there are tax benefits to setting it up a corporation. I will discuss the advantages of corporations in an upcoming post. Here are some tax saving tips for business owners.