Impact Investing Done Right
Many doctors nearing retirement or transition begin to question how impactful they will continue to be at the end of their careers. This Barron’s article gives a great example of continuing to influence for good, long after you have stopped looking after the health of your patients. Build a retirement that reflects who you are.
Investors are focusing more on medical projects
Medical projects are gaining favor with investors. There are many ways for a practitioner to take advantage of the opportunity — Start with this: (1) Understand your strength as a tenant and how to leverage that into a real estate project and (2) Build a good team of advisors. Learn more by clicking here.
Liability shifts to businesses for fraudulent charges
The EMV (chip credit card) compliance deadline was October 1. 2015. From this point on, banks will no longer be responsible for refunding fraudulent transactions. That financial liability will now be held by the business that is the least EMV compliant.
Right on the money!
Getting “market-specific expertise from the brokerage firm contractors” will reduce costs in any space. Click here to learn more about real estate brokers, and how they are helping The U.S. General Services Administration save money on their leased space over the next five years.
Plans to remodel your business? New tax laws could make it more affordable.
All businesses should update or remodel their buildings and interiors to remain competitive in today’s market. Here is an exciting new measure that some lawmakers are pushing to help you improve your company, and keep more money in your pocket!