RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Russell Beyer, owner of a Richmond-area Jackson Hewitt Tax Service franchise, what consumers should consider when choosing a tax preparer.
Tim Estes of Professional Mortgage Corp. says your credit score is more important than ever when buying a home today.
Metro Business asked Hugh M Fain III, a partner in the law firm of Spotts Fain PC and president of the Virginia Bar Association, about why you might need a lawyer and how to pick one.
Gregory H. Wingfield, and CEO of the Greater Richmond Partnership, talks about how to advance the region?s economic development
Tyler Craddock of the Virginia Manufactured and Modular Housing Association explains the difference between manufactured and modular homes.
Metro Business asked George Cumming of RE/MAX Commonwealth where people should buy houses in the Richmond market and what should they keep in mind in the current market?
Kevin Reardon of Franco's Fine Clothier gives tips for dressing appropriately to holiday parties.
Jakob Helmboldt, the Pedestrian, Bicycle and Trails Coordinator for the City of Richmond, talks about how businesses can help Richmond be a bike-friendly city.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Michael Bor, founder and CEO of CarLotz, about selling leased vehicles to capitalize on high used car prices.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Jamison J. Manion, workforce development programs administrator for the City of Richmond’s Department of Economic and Community Development, for tips to help job seekers in their employment search.
Mike Bucci, president of K&M;of VA, talks about how entrepreneurs can choose between "must haves" and "nice to haves" when starting their business.
RICHMOND, Va. Metro Business asked John Jay Schwartz, principal of Have Site Will Travel, a commercial real estate firm in Henrico County, if now is the time to buy commercial properties.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Rodney Willett, vice president for business strategy at Impact Makers, a Richmond-based information technology consulting firm that donates its profits to charita
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Cyndy Lowery, co-owner and director at Warren Whitney, a management consulting firm based in Henrico County, about forensic accounting and how it can help businesses and organizations.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Bob Newman, vice president and chief operating officer of the Better Housing Coalition, about the benefits of creating a Virginia Housing Trust Fund.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Mark Resnick, treasurer of the board of the Beth Sholom Lifecare Community, an assisted living home in Henrico County, about when a person should consider assiste
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Sam Parker, co-founder of GiveMore.com, a Henrico County-based training and publishing company, about how managers and business owners can keep people inspired an
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Rudy Garcia, a retirement wealth adviser for Rivanna Woods Financial Services, about how business owners can manage their investments in a fluctuating market.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Mark Morton, president and owner of Morton Consulting, a Henrico County-based IT recruitment firm, about what professionals need to do to become attractive candidates in this job market, whether they are looking to move up or have been out of work for a while.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Peter Larsen, business improvement specialist with Cobb Technologies and co-chair of the Retail Merchants Association Retail Expo, about what small businesses can do to attract customers at a time when marketing budgets are being cut.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Amy Holt, branch manager for Robert Half International, a professional staffing firm, about how to maintain your professional etiquette in a casual digital world.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Jay Schwartz, president of MRINetwork The Richmond Group USA, a professional staffing and recruitment firm, how behavioral interviewing can help employers and job candidates.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Robert W. “Chip” Brockmeier, a financial adviser with The Lewis Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, how difficult is it to transfer management of a trust from a bank to a financial adviser at an investment firm.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked J.B. Bryan, president of J.B. Bryan Financial Group in Henrico County, how people can protect their retirement goals during a job change.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Metro Business asked Mary Anne Graf, vice president for women's and children's services at Bon Secours Virginia, what every business should know about marketing to women.
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