Eight Steps to An Effective Dunning Campaign

If you sell to customers on credit, you are probably already using dunning letters. These are simple notes that tell a customer “Hey, you’re overdue. Can you please pay us?” You can send a dunning letter via email or as a paper letter. Sounds simple? Actually, no. To write an effective dunning letter requires great […]

These 12 Terminologies Will Make Your Corporate Finance Assignment Look Amazing!

Today, let’s talk about the most emerging topic that is “Corporate Finance”. This article is all about corporate finance, where you will get to know about the role and basic terminologies of finance in the corporate industry. Basically, we all are aware of the fact that corporate finance is the capital structure of a corporation […]

Building A Financial Advisor Marketing Plan That Works

Article was originally published on ModelFA. Still think that a financial advisor marketing plan is just for the big firms? Think again! Running a financial advisory firm is hard. In the early years, it’s a hustle to find clients and pay the bills. Five to seven years into the practice, there are workflows to optimize, […]

Facebook Marketing For Financial Advisors: Facebook Live

Article was originally published on ModelFA. Facebook marketing for financial advisors is the new frontier. Here are 5 tips that will help you rock your next Facebook Live (or host your first one)! There are more than two billion monthly active users on Facebook. That’s just one of many eye-popping statistics about the popular platform, according […]

Exploring the Impossibility of Full Decentralization

This article is originally published in Albaron Ventures. In our quest to escape from existing corrupt centralized systems, we may believe that it’s possible to achieve complete decentralization. However, recent academic research shows that this is unfeasible — at least sustainably. For example, Bitcoin’s Proof-of-Work (PoW) mechanism relies on many different nodes to “mine,” or verify and […]

Data Security Solutions for Fintech Startups

The fintech sector has brought consumers an endless stream of modern offerings that have enabled them to ditch several outdated banking and lending products. Companies now have advanced B2B payment solutions at their fingertips, and online financial solutions have never been more convenient – largely thanks to the progress made by fintech startups. But, despite […]

Time Limit: How Far Back Can I Claim a Flight Compensation?

Article was originally published on Claim Compass. My flight was delayed 6 years ago. Back then, I had no idea that I could get compensated for that. Can I still get a compensation for that flight delay?” This is what many passengers who have only recently been made aware of their air passenger rights wonder. Well, yes, […]

Will Bitcoin Ever Be Regulated?

This article is originally published in Albaron Ventures. As Bitcoin and other digital assets continue to grow in adoption and popularity, a common topic for discussion is whether the U.S. government, or any government for that matter, can exert control of its use. There are two core issues that lay the foundation of the Bitcoin […]

Air Passenger Rights in the USA: When Can You Get a Flight Compensation

Article was originally published on ClaimCompass. We already told you how to claim up to €600 for flights in-and-out of Europe. But when it comes to air passenger rights in the USA, how does it work?Similarly to the European Economic Community and the EU Regulation 261/2004, the US Department of Transportation has established certain rules for airlines to follow. Dive […]