“The cheapest form of credit is paying suppliers late.” That’s insight from a debt collector – Hans de Keijzer, Head of Policy Management for Allianz Trade, the world’s largest trade credit insurer and part of the Allianz global insurance family. And while late payments may be a boon for
Can you name an asset that has steadily appreciated in value over the past decade, impervious to market fluctuations, appreciating 500% between 1980 and 2015? It’s not financial services or heavy industry or even technology. It’s the Hermes Birkin bag. Yes, a handbag. But not just any handbag.
Everybody knows the stories about Silicon Valley bazillionaires who started out working in their garage. Nice stories but setting up a business in your home isn’t as easy as shoving a desk into the guest room and hoping for the best. There’s insurance for one thing. Businesses face
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Once upon a time, employers tended to view working from home as a boondoggle. Who knew what employees were up to if they weren’t working in the office? Then the Covid-19 pandemic hit, and those skeptical employers became believers: overnight, working from home became the only viable option to