Is There a Proper Way To Ask for a Promotion?

July 16, 2018

If you’re aware of an available position within your company, it could be a good time to ask for a promotion. You may do well by first asking your boss in a casual way rather than going through formal channels. You can also place your career ambitions in the capable hands of one of the […]

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Oops! You Ran out of Checks: Should You Call the Bank

July 3, 2018

Running out of checks in the middle of a workday is a panic-inducing problem. It’s always a good idea to keep a stock of checks as not being able to make business payments can potentially stop operations. If you own a shop, this means you cannot pay vendors to restock your store inventory. Manufacturing units […]

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Insured is Best: Business Insurance Protects More Than Just Your Pocketbook

July 1, 2018

Many potential clients never work with uninsured vendors because the risk is simply too high. That’s especially true if you have a contracting business wherein your workers go to the client’s property. Insurance is vital in these situations, but not just any policy will do. You need a policy that minimizes your risk to the […]

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Setting Ground Expectations When Your Debt Is Sky-High

June 18, 2018

The proverbial writing is on the proverbial wall. You’ve fallen behind on your credit card payments. Worse, you’ve actually missed a few. Your interest rate has now been raised to Empire State Building proportions. What’s more, the tacked-on fees have made your balance higher than ever—even though there’s no room on your cards to even […]

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MSRP and Dealer Invoice: Know the Difference Between Suggested Price Tags and the Actual Value

June 12, 2018

When you’re ready to buy a new car, the key to negotiating a great deal is knowing the invoice price. Unfortunately, this is easier said than done. Often finding the right invoice price to base your negotiations on can get confusing. When it comes to car prices, there are generally two: the factory invoice and […]

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5 Problems Homeowners Tend to Overlook When Buying a Home

June 6, 2018

Buying a house for the first time can be an emotional, exciting and daunting experience at the same time. You are probably making one of the biggest investments of your life, and constantly praying for everything to go as planned. At this point, it is best that you learn from the mistakes of others so […]

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