Accounting For Every Sheet Of Paper And Every Ink Cartridge: When Your Printing Expenses Must Count

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The smaller the business, the greater the need to keep a tight control on office supplies. You absolutely have to know where every sheet of copier paper and every cartridge went. For most business owners, the purpose of said activity is to keep an accurate tally for tax season. Office supply expenses are a write-off, but only if you can submit proof of exact amounts (rounded to the nearest dollar, of course).

7 December 2018

Skipping Bail - When The Defendant Becomes The Hunted

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When a person on TV or in the movies gets arrested they typically sit in jail for a few hours and then someone comes  and pays a few hundred dollars to bail them out. In reality, bail, which is basically a deposit that is placed with the court guaranteeing the defendant will not run from justice, is much higher. Bail is determined based on both the severity of the crime and the risk that the defendant may flee.

4 September 2018

Tee Time Is Over: How To Prepare Your Golf Course Irrigation System For Winter

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When you're the grounds keeper for a golf course, you know how important it is to keep things green during the active season. That means you need to keep the irrigation system up and running. After all, a broken irrigation system can spell disaster for your greens. However, once winter arrives, your golf course sprinkler system will need to be shut down properly. This is particularly important if your golf course is located in a region that experiences freezing temperatures.

1 March 2018

How To Properly Pack Your Home Office Into A Moving Truck Rental

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Are you moving your office from the home and into a dedicated space? Maybe you're just moving altogether and need to make sure your home office arrives at your new location intact. Here's how you should pack your home office supplies and equipment into your moving truck rental. Take Inventory and Plan Ahead Before you start carrying things out to the truck haphazardly, make sure you know exactly what you're going to take with you.

16 May 2017

3 Reasons To Use A Labor-For-Hire Agency For Construction Work

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When you have a construction project underway, you are going to need workers, especially skilled workers who can provide the labor you need quickly and efficiently. Finding these skilled workers is challenging. Here are three reasons you should use a labor-for-hire agency to do your searching: Get Connected Immediately:  Skilled construction workers that go through a labor-for-hire agency are usually ready for work. When you go to a labor-for-hire agency, you are connected immediately with these skilled workers looking for work.

28 March 2017

Buying Concession Trailer Equipment: Keep These Considerations In Mind

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Running a concession trailer can be a smart way to take your restaurant on the road. However, it can be difficult to adjust to the small size of the trailer, especially when you're thinking about the equipment you'll need. Consider the following as you think about concession trailer equipment so you can get what you need to be successful. Know What You Can Pre-Cook Because you don't have much space inside the concession trailer, it is vital that you are smart about what equipment you can do without.

19 August 2016

Is Your Business Affected By The New Overtime Regulations? How Can You Cut Costs?

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If your small business is set to give out some raises (or cut hours) after the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL)'s overtime rule changes take effect in December 2016, you may be investigating other ways you can cut costs and remain competitive without having to eat into profits or downsize valuable employees. In many cases, the majority of your cost-cutting measures may involve employee benefits like health insurance, paid time off, and retirement contributions.

19 July 2016