Starting a Business on a BudgetStarting a Business on a Budget

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Starting a Business on a Budget

From the time I was a young boy, I always knew I wanted to be my own business owner. Later in life, I ended up working in an office and barely making ends meet. I kept telling myself that I couldn't start my own business until I saved up a certain amount of money or finally cleaned up my credit and got approved for a loan. Eventually, I realized that if I wanted to start a business, I just could not wait any longer and had to do it on a tight budget. I made things work, and I am now a successful business owner. I learned a lot while building my business and still learn every day, so I decided to start a blog to help other new business owners. I plan to post many tips, so come back often for new tips.


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3 Reasons You Should Update Your Office In 2016

If you have not completed a full re-design of your office in the past few years, the new year provides the perfect opportunity to start planning an update for your office space. Beyond expanding your employees' work space and replacing old, damaged furniture, there are several reasons why you should consider a re-design in 2016.  New Office Furniture Styles Can Create Higher Productivity  Most current trends in office design focus on flexibility and communication in the work place. Read More 

Should You Choose A Gravestone Or A Grave Marker?

If you have recently lost a loved one, you may soon be faced with the reality of selecting a permanent resting place for their earthly body. If you choose a traditional burial, you will likely bury them in a public or private cemetery. But there are more things to consider than the location of the cemetery. How you will mark the grave is one of them. You may choose to use a simple grave marker or a more elaborate gravestone, depending on your loved one's and your wishes. Read More 

5 Facts You Must Know When Offering Relocation Benefits To Employees

You don't have to only hire local employees for your business, but if you do want to seek candidates who live out of state or even across the country, it's a good idea to start offering relocation benefits. Relocation benefits make moving and starting a new job easier for both you and the new employee. Check out these five facts you should know about offering relocation benefits to employees. Relocation Services Widen Your Pool of Potential Employees Read More 

New Fridge Making More Noise Than Ice? Clean The Condenser Fan Motor With These 3 Tips

Sometimes, older refrigerators make small noises when their fans can't cool off the appliances properly. But when your new refrigerator shakes, rattles and rolls erratically after a few weeks of service, check the condenser fan motor for buildup. The fan sits in the back of the refrigerator and near the compressor. Manufacturers design the fan to turn off and on when the condenser motor heats up and needs to cool off the fridge. Read More 

How To Fund Your Own Assisted Living With Real Estate

When you grow elderly, you may decide you are no longer able to live on your own, so it will be time to consider moving into an assisted living home. As the cost of living increases, so will the cost of assisted living care. Depending on where you live, the cost of assisted living can range from $28,800 to $66,000 per year. When you plan early, you can make sure your assisted living costs are going to be covered when you need them. Read More