Enterprise development is a priority
The development of entrepreneurship is one of the priorities set out in the Tomsk Region Development Strategy until 2020. The instruments for its implementation are long-term regional target programs aimed…

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Everyone has their own path to entrepreneurship
In recent years, I have been asked many times: Is it possible to learn entrepreneurship or need to be born with it? Why and how do people get infected by…

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Why an investor should rely on time and not on luck
Hoping for good luck Very often, the stock market is compared to a casino or a lottery. Lucky-no luck. This is completely untrue, but many people approach to work on…

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How not to become a “landed passenger” in the financial market

Rule 1: limit your losses
Always put the “foot”. Translated from trading to a common language, this means that in any transaction, even before you do something, you must determine the maximum amount of loss. Even if you buy some stock or another asset (well, for example, gold) with investment objectives for a long term (5-10 years), then you still have to say to yourself: if this share or asset depreciates by more than 20 ( 30 or 50) percent, then you take and sell it and thus fix your loss. And here there is a very strict rule: the first “stop” is the most correct one. And so you can not expose the foot. How it works? Very simple. Continue reading

Salary, personal income tax, contributions to the FIU and FSS

It is clear that in the total wage, which the employee receives “on his hands”, there is some kind of basic basis, let’s call it the salary necessary for a person to be able to satisfy his primary needs. There is even such a term – the minimum subsistence level. The relevant authorities recount it quarterly and publish it. In the Tomsk region, for example, in the third quarter of 2014, it amounts to 8,815 rubles. At the same time, this indicator serves as a signal beacon for entrepreneurs in determining the minimum wage. Continue reading

The rule of the “Golden Section”

Vitruvian Man – a drawing depicting the figure of a naked man with his arms spread apart, describing a circle and a square, in two, superimposed one on the other, positions. This drawing, made by Leonardo around 1490-1492, is sometimes called canonical proportions. Any of you can get more detailed information about these proportions from the Internet. For our topic today, it is interesting that followers of Leonardo da Vinci, who studied the Golden Section rule, found it universal and applicable not only to nature, but also to man, for example, in architecture, music and art. Is managing finance, business, economics not art? Continue reading

Ideas for private home business
Almost the entire population of the planet wants to do its own profitable business. People get tired of working for someone, everyone wants to be their own boss. There are…

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How not to become a “landed passenger” in the financial market
Rule 1: limit your losses Always put the "foot". Translated from trading to a common language, this means that in any transaction, even before you do something, you must determine…

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