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Homebuyer Blues: How to Afford a House on a Living Wage

There will come a time in your life when you start to wonder about the future. You might ask yourself questions about where you’re going to be living, how much you’re earning in your career, or if you’re going to have a family in the next few years or decades. When you finally snap out

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Important Points to Consider When Starting a Business

Efficiency is one of the qualities employers value in an employee. Working in a company and pursuing the same goals as your colleagues are nice and even fulfilling, but if you can muster that much passion and drive, look at the great possibilities and opportunities you can explore if you have your own business and

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Business Growth: What Can You Do for Its Development?

The first few years of starting your business are known for being one of the roughest years of managing your organisation. Although many large companies are focused on increasing their revenues, many startups are focused on surviving in this scenario. This is why businesses should start prioritising their growth since this can lead towards a

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Health and Safety Maintenance Checks for the Office

The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970 mandates business owners to ensure the health and safety of their employees, that their place of work is not hazardous to their health, and that their team is not exposed to anything that might cause them physical harm. This is why if you are a business owner or

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Keeping Vehicle Maintenance Costs Low for Your Business

Running and maintaining a business is expensive, especially when you’re managing a company fleet. With high fuel prices and vehicle costs, it’s easy to see why many companies invest millions in vehicle maintenance alone — and required expenses are continually growing. Here are seven ways to keep your company vehicle maintenance costs low and keep

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Guide to Starting a Bottled Water Business

Many people say there’s no scarcity of anything. We have too many of all the things we need. That results in a surplus that needs to be repackaged into something new and interesting. Something consumers will want to buy. Consider water. If you think about it, bottled water sounds like a product that has no

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Can Advertisements Help Your Business? Here’s What to Know

One of the most challenging yet most crucial parts that can make or break a business is gathering customers. Without people loving, or at the very least, knowing about your product, your business will never take flight. That’s why entrepreneurs spend a considerable amount of money on marketing strategies. If you’ve ever seen videos, images,

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Why the Pandemic Is the Best Time to Start a Business

On one end, it’s tough to set up a business when everything’s topsy-turvy. In fact, many industries are reeling right now. Every entrepreneur worth his name in salt will have to adjust to the call of the times. Not following protocols in your manufacturing plant can mean the government could close down your operations if

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Beating the Startup Staffing Curse: How to Make Employees Stay

High turnover rate is a common problem in startup businesses. In 2019, the failure rate of startups was 90 percent. And this may be a reason why employees leave startups often. The uncertainty may scare employees away. The problem with startup turnover may even be worse in 2021 since an influx of turnover is expected.

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