“It never hurts to ask” is especially true when it comes to salary. Before you settle for what's offered, consider these 10 reasons to ask for more.
For most employees, a new job is the best opportunity for a significant pay raise. Get the salary you want (and deserve!) with these simple negotiating guidelines.
A long list of home repairs can seem daunting. Bidding them as a bundle makes the job easier for a contractor — and worthy of a discount for you.
If you love the apartment, but not the price, learn how to negotiate with the landlord and find the price that's right for both of you.
Your high value employees are valuable to your competitors, too. Here's how to develop a counter-offer plan before another firm lures them away.
Bad habits are made to be broken.
Today we found some great articles on how to negotiate your salary, what you need to know about down payments, and eating healthy on the road for less.
When you owe a vendor more than you can pay, you and your vendor both have a problem. Solve it.
Here are the fine points of negotiating for rental space, including a few opportunities a newer business owner might miss.
If you start with the goal of a mutually beneficial solution in mind, it is possible for a negotiation to end with both parties happy.
Negotiation has been described as the art of compromise: if two people, or businesses, are negotiating, it's very rare that they can both walk away with everything they want. Wh
To be a successful business owner, it is crucial to be comfortable negotiating, both in casual and formal situations.
For many businesses, the prices your vendors ask can make or break you. And even if price is no object, your vendors' abilities to deliver products or services on time, while av
A while ago an article on Wise Bread talked about how complaining via a letter works much more effectively than complaining with phone calls. This made me think about all the othe
Anytime someone announces that they're looking to hire, there'll be instructions on how to apply--even if nothing more than a sign that says, "Inquire within." Often, they'll want
For years, I struggled to negotiate effectively with a business associate (I’ll call him Mr. X), despite concessions gargantuan in my estimation but miniscule and unacceptable in h
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