Financial Planners Increasingly Use Virtual Office SpaceAbout 20 percent of financial planning firms with between one and five employees offer telecommuting. And about 21 percent of financial planning firms with six to 30 employees and 27 percent of firms with 31 or more employees offer this alternative workplace strategy. So says the 2010-2011 Financial Planning Survey from the Financial Planning Association.
Those are points highlighted in an article in Financial Planning called, “... Read more
Cut Travel Costs with a Virtual Office SpaceI was reading an interesting article in the New York Times entitled, “11 Tricks to Cutting Travel Costs in 2011.” The Michelle Higgins piece offered some great advice, including shopping at private sales, buying on Tuesdays, avoiding roaming charges, and not paying to check a bag.
All good stuff.
But I had another idea. Call it the 12th way to cut travel costs—get a Read more
Virtual Office Users Escape New York Blizzard
Thousands of travelers are snowed in during a Northeast blizzard that has dumped more than two feet of snow on New York, Newark, Philadelphia, and other states in the region.
Flights have been grounded. Bus lines have stopped. So have trains and taxis. Even the subway system in Manhattan came to a halt at some points. With winds up to 80 mph, many are stuck at home for a white post-Christmas.
But business doesn’t have to come to...
Get More Sleep with a Virtual Office Space
Do you get eight hours of sleep every night? How about seven? Wishful thinking, right? If you are like most of us, you are downright sleep deprived?
If so, you may be in need of what’s called ‘recovery sleep.’ A new study published in Sleep suggests that recovery sleep can reverse the damage of the sleep deprivation from which so many of us suffer.
“The additional hour or two of sleep in the morning after a period of chronic par...