It’s one of the best kept tax secrets for small businesses, Health Spending Accounts. For companies that are looking to provide employees with health and dental benefits, but trying to avoid a costly traditional insurance plan, this could be the solution for you. This episode explains what a Health Spending Account is, how it is funded, how employees can make claims, if any employee contributions are required, and the tax benefits it provides for both employees and businesses.
What if instead of going into the holiday season and seeing it as a time where your fitness falls apart and the new year as the time to restart, you looked at fitness as a variable that ebbs and flows with every season? What if instead of counting calories and tracking miles run, you made a goal of being able to carry up your groceries alone or bend down and pick up your child without any pain? It’s a different way of looking at fitness, and our guest today explains why it’s more sustainable in the long-run.
This episode is Part 2 of our cyber security series with Dominic Vogel. We talk: keeping your email safe, common cyber security myths, how the cyber risk landscape has changed as a result of COVID-19, how to handle the risks associated with having a remote workforce, creating a safe website for visitors, why stress puts us more at risk for cyber crime, and how employees can talk to management about cyber security.
This episode is Part 1 of our cyber security for small business series. Learn: what cyber security is, how at-risk our data is, if our phones or computers are more at-risk, if it's safe to store data on the cloud, how often we should be updating our software, how to handle a ransomware attack, and more.
Take a deep dive into the best kept tax secret for small businesses, Health Spending Accounts. HSAs help business owners reduce taxes and healthcare costs. This episode walks incorporated professionals through everything they need to know about Health Spending Accounts, from what they are to how they are CRA compliant.
Discover Bryton Udy’s Brand Clarity Framework, which establishes 3 core pillars for creating a successful, memorable brand. This episode explores ways to simplify your messaging to facilitate sales, common branding mistakes small business make, and stories of businesses that are at the top of the branding game. Whether the brand is old, or new, these tips will help you look at it in a whole new way.
Morgan Berna is the host of Olympia Benefits’ podcast, The Small Business Mastermind. Her background is in marketing, journalism, and broadcasting. Passionate about small business, she aims to create content that inspires and educates listeners.