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The #1 thing to do to successfully monetize your product

The #1 thing to do to successfully monetize your product

Starting a new business is an exciting adventure. You’ve got this great idea for a product that you can’t wait to deliver to customers. And once they have it, you want feedback on how you can make it better. But delivering an awesome product isn’t the only critical input. In order to survive in the marketplace, you must determine a monetization strategy for your product. And that’s where many budding entrepreneurs stumble.

Figuring out how much you want to charge, in which formats, and with what frequency is a lot to consider. And that’s not taking into account all the other variables you are managing - customer feedback, issue resolution, and product development, to name a few.

How AI will improve invoicing processes and free up time

How AI will improve invoicing processes and free up time

Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking up residence in every facet of business, with new applications launching every day. Chatbots take tedious work formerly done by humans and speed up the process with virtually zero intervention.

Machine learning allows computers to save massive amounts of time for doctors by taking over the interpretation of MRI results. And of course, one of Google’s AI contributions is a privacy app that will tell you when someone is peeping over your shoulder at your monitor.

What is EU VAT (Value Added Tax) and why do you need to know?

What is EU VAT (Value Added Tax) and why do you need to know?

Value Added Tax, or VAT, is a consumption tax that is prolific throughout the world economy. Roughly 140 countries worldwide apply VAT to purchases, and they all have differing rates and guidelines. And to complicate things further, the European Union (EU) has 28 member countries that charge varying VAT rates - even though it has one centralized EU VAT policy.

If you do business with any EU-based entities, it’s important to know the EU’s VAT policy and the tax reform that took place in 2015. Make sure you are charging the correct VAT rates upfront, rather than having your customer stuck with a tax bill after the fact. Here a few questions (and answers) on EU VAT to get you started in the right direction:

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