We live in an ever quickly growing world that is racing forward and an impossible speed that we are always adapting to keep up. Think back 10 years ago. There are things you use every single day that are less than a decade old. Inventions like the Ipad, Lyft and Uber, Most social media platforms, Slack, Airbnb, Instapot, Venmo and more. Mostly of these things are now used by most of us every single day but had never been heard of only a decade ago. Everything is racing forward quickly and there are a few breakthroughs that are proving they will become one of these new common place advances.
As technology goes pushing forward there are new break throughs that are impacting our daily lives. There are a few technologies that people are using every single day that are quickly gaining traction.
Small businesses come in all sizes, sectors, and uses. They vary so widely information and advice needs to be custom and tailored to each because situations vary so much. However, taxes is one of those areas that everyone has to face and do so every year. Tax time can be stressful and damaging but when armed with the right information you can make taxes be to your advantage. There are a few tax deductions and expenses that if you are aware of you can be ahead of the game.
It doesn’t matter where you are in the world, you are experiencing some level of crisis with the rise of the corona virus. Nearly every country is on a lock down and travel has ceased across the entire world. If you think about it, the last time that the world has collectively experience at the same dangerous challenge was World War ll. Since then there have been challenges and difficulties, but they have all been regional and specific. Since the war there hasn’t been a mutually experience global phenomenon. This is truly a historic time that will undoubtedly be remembered by all mankind globally. While not as dangerous as the war, this isn’t a very positive reason to all have an experience together. We are all getting through this together and there are a few things you should know and do to get through this difficult time better than ever.
The phrase “separation of church and state” is one of the most commonly used yet least understood political sayings in all of modern vernacular. Many Christians claim this separation as the unrelenting law that took prayer from public schools, tore down crosses from public parks and seeks to removed America from being “one nation under God”. Others see it as an open minded and helpful gesture that ensures equality for a nation of immigrants that is a melting pot of global cultures. For both good and bad the term “separation of church and state” has been touted in more wrong ways that correct ways.
In the United States nearly 40 percent of working-aged Americans hold a college degree. That means that almost 60 percent don’t have a degree. This can be an alarming statistic for a lot of people. There is a trend of people getting more degrees than they did before. People are increasingly getting more education as new generations come of age. If you have already come and gone from college. Regardless of how you ended your college journey, you can gain lots of permanent value from returning to college at any point. Here are a few reasons why you can’t afford not to and how to go about it.