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How Your Business Can Save Money By Renting A Truck

Posted by on Dec 15, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When it comes to transporting things for your business, a large box truck is probably the best solution for your company. To get one of these, you have two options to choose from. The first option is to purchase one, and the second option is to rent one. Depending on your exact needs for the truck, renting a truck is often the better route to take, and here are three reasons why. Requires Less Money Upfront According to Kudzu, you can rent a 20-foot moving truck for approximately $40 to $50 per day, but some companies may offer cheaper rates...

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From Churchyards To Suburbs: The History And Growth Of Cemeteries

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Even though Halloween and horror stories both give graveyards a reputation for being creepy, in reality, they are rich representations of the past. You can learn a lot about a city by the names and dates you find on headstones in graveyards. Graveyards are a representation of history, just waiting to be discovered. But, cemeteries themselves have a history in their own right.  Humble Beginnings The idea of a community gravesite began with churches. Prior to the 1800’s, the preferred place of burial was actually within the churches,...

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The Top Four Ways To Save Money When Moving

Posted by on Dec 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are preparing to move, you likely already know that moving can be expensive. However, that doesn’t mean that there are not ways to save money. If you are moving soon, these four tips can help you save money during the course of your move. Get Rid of Anything You Don’t Need or Use The amount of stuff that you are moving directly affects the amount of money you will spend moving. If you have more stuff, you will need more boxes and will need a larger moving truck. As such, one of the best ways to save some money before you...

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3 Ways To Keep Your Printer On Point

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Don’t you hate troubleshooting electronics at work? Nothing is quite as frustrating as trying to print a page, and then being confronted with a fussy, uncooperative printer. However, you might be able to avoid trouble by paying attention to these three ways to keep your printer on point.     1: Use It Frequently To keep their printer in top condition, many people figure that the less they use it, the better. Instead of printing materials at your own desk, you might decide to use the communal printer down the hall....

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4 Essential Functions Your Business Should Be Outsourcing

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Outsourcing has become quite the buzzword in corporate America over the past few years. That’s because more and more businesses are moving away from in-house structures, with their massive overhead and HR burdens, toward leaner, more nimble means of operating. Many of a business’s critical time-consuming tasks can be assumed by third-party providers. If you’d like to pare your business down into a leaner, more cost-efficient model, here are four functions you should think about outsourcing. 1. Information Technology IT, or...

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How Women Can Feel More Confident Taking Taxis

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Taxis are meant to be a safe mode of transportation for both men and women. Unfortunately, there have been instances of people being assaulted by taxi drivers, people posing as taxi drivers, and drivers of alternative car hire services, and women tend to be targeted more often for this type of assault than men. While the weight of eradicating this behavior rests on all of society and the U.S. government, until then it is still important that women take steps to protect themselves. Whether you have been the victim of assault, heard about a...

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Book Publishing Basics For Small Businesses

Posted by on Dec 9, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

If you are a small business with plans to print a special edition publication for the first time, preparing a manuscript can be a challenge. Nevertheless, technological advances in printing equipment over the couple of decades make it possible to have complete power over the production of your book, from the size to book cover design. However, in order to make sure the printer produces a product that satisfies your needs, you should have a grasp of the basics of book publishing and essential steps you need to complete. Create Perfect Copy...

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