We all have trash. Taking out that trash isn’t anyone’s favorite task, but it’s necessary. Once the garbage is carted off, you probably don’t give it another thought. But maybe you should think about it.
Much like a DJ will put a new spin on a popular song, here's my remix of the five most talked about, shared and linked to business cost reduction posts from the last three months of the Simple Business Solutions blog. If you missed them when they were first released, now's your chance...So drop it like it's hot and start reading!
Although behavior modification is an important and viable business cost reduction strategy, it is often overlooked, just as a hidden gem might be. By mining through data to find how goods and services are used, a knowledgeable expense reduction analyst can identify significant cost savings without requiring a change in provider.
"Next to being shot at and missed, nothing is really quite as satisfying as an income tax refund.” — F. J. Raymond, humorist
Did you know that in 1997 the IRS approved a tax strategy (Cost Segregation) that allows specific real property assets that typically receive a depreciation life of 39 years (commercial real property) or 27.5 years (commercial residential property) to be reclassified as tangible personal property with a depreciation life of 5 years or land improvements with a depreciation life of 15 years?
You’ve seen them. Those black boxes on magazine pages, billboards and products that look like descending aliens from the old school arcade game Space Invaders. Though QR Codes are not space invaders, they have quickly invaded the marketplace as an effective tool to help consumers find what they are looking for.