Promoting Through Writing - A New Perspective

Written by Todd W. Winslow

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As I mentioned before, none of our network of newsletters carry business or marketing related articles. Furthermore, we are only one company out of literally hundreds who need non-business related articles and content on a continuous basis. This means there are hundreds of thousands of potential customers out there who could be reading your byline right now - going to your site and purchasing your products, but aren't - simply because you're limitingrepparttar subject of your articles to business and marketing. Bing! Is repparttar 125131 light bulb coming on?

You may have a business onrepparttar 125132 Internet, but that doesn't mean web business and marketing arerepparttar 125133 only subjects you can write about, nor should they be. Besides being an Internet business owner, you're a person - one who has a wide variety of interests, hobbies, and experience. Use these other aspects of your life to write about - parenting, non-business motivational/inspirational, romance, topics of interest to women - to men, humor, marriage, family, hobbies such as crafts...repparttar 125134 list goes on and on.

By expandingrepparttar 125135 subject matter of your articles into these new areas, you will greatly increase, not only your chances of getting published, butrepparttar 125136 number of people who will read your articles. Just because someone subscribes to a parenting newsletter doesn't mean that same person isn't looking to buy your product, use your service, or start their own business.

Promoting your business through writing articles is a wonderful means increasing traffic and profits. So go to it, but this time try it from a new perspective.

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Written by Kenneth Doyle - e*Analyst

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Aren't there any other matters to consider in deciding whether to incorporate or not?

Higher administration costs to comply with company law, payroll and bookkeeping is one factor. Another issue is pension planning. Extracting profits out ofrepparttar company as dividends rather than salary means that there will be no "net relevant earnings" and therefore pension contributions can't be made. Butrepparttar 125130 advent of stakeholder pension plans has meant that contributions up to œ3,600 per year can be made withoutrepparttar 125131 need for any earnings. If a person does not wish to transfer funds in existing plans into stakeholder because of high charges, there is a way out:repparttar 125132 best net relevant earnings (i.e. salary) in five consecutive years can be used for making contributions forrepparttar 125133 next five years, even if there were no salaries inrepparttar 125134 remainder four years. It is comforting to know that entitlement to basic state pension is not affected by taking a salary fromrepparttar 125135 company atrepparttar 125136 level of a person's personal allowances i.e. œ4,615.

Furthermore, an individual may decide not to bother with pension plans and instead invest in ISA. Often, these can be more efficient than pensions but that's besiderepparttar 125137 scope of this article. If that option is taken, no salary is necessary.

Another factor is business motoring. It might be tax advantageous for an unincorporated business that owns many cars not to incorporate because if these cars have some private use there will be benefits in kind taxed onrepparttar 125138 users. These are generally higher thanrepparttar 125139 straight apportionment between private and business for all car running costs inrepparttar 125140 case of sole traders.

The conclusion is that there can be considerable tax savings waitingrepparttar 125141 sole trader who decides to go downrepparttar 125142 road to incorporation. But, one needs to proceed with caution and careful planning. And don't forgetrepparttar 125143 biggest advantage of incorporation, which is Protection from Personal Liability. Incorporating is one ofrepparttar 125144 best ways to protect a business owner from personal liability. Shareholders of a company are generally not liable forrepparttar 125145 obligations ofrepparttar 125146 company. Creditors of a company may seek payment from its assets, but notrepparttar 125147 assets ofrepparttar 125148 shareholders. This means that business owners may engage in business without risking their homes or other personal property.

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