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Three Ways to Make Buying Second-Hand Work Out in Your Favor

Although consumers today may feel pressured to buy the latest goods and buy brand-new for quality, the internet has enabled the second-hand market to thrive. Buying used items can not only help you save money but also reduce the demand for further production; thus, it’s both cost-effective and sustainable for the consumer. Yet the saying

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Recession vs. Depression: What’s the Difference?

The ongoing global pandemic has severely impacted the economy of the U.S. and the rest of the world. Non-essential businesses, such as salons and theme parks, temporarily ceased their operations. Millions of Americans are out of work and are worried about paying off their living expenses. On the investment front, investors are flocking to safe-haven

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4 Things You Need to Know about Buying Used Equipment

If you want to expand your company’s operations, you might need to buy manufacturing equipment. Instead of buying new equipment, you stand to save more by buying used ones instead. Brand new equipment often has a considerable markup, and you also help the environment by repurposing existing equipment by keeping perfectly good machines in use

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The Truth Behind 4 Common Home Buying Myths

As a first-time home buyer, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed. After all, purchasing your first home is a huge investment. Arming yourself with the right information is the first step to putting your mind at ease. Below, we dispel some first-time home buying myths to help you land the best property for you and your family. Myth

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Modern Inventions That Can Boost Productivity From Home

2020 has seen the entire world facing a pandemic. We are forced to lock ourselves in the confines of our own homes, not only for our safety but also for others’. That has resulted in the outside world becoming a near barren wasteland empty streets, shops, classrooms, and halted businesses. It’s only a matter of

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Optimizing Your Startup Business to Achieve Your Goals

Many owners of businesses are dealing with limited resources and are still testing out the strategies and work policies they’ve implemented. Their business processes may be all over the place, affecting their efficiency and potentially costing them money and precious time. To be fair, you cannot set your expectations too high on a startup. However,

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Recruitment Marketing Strategies Every HR Manager Should Know

Talent acquisition is not just about hiring the best people; it’s also about letting them know why your organization is worth working for.  Unless you’ve invented, or are offering something completely new, chances are the number of businesses like yours is constantly growing. This means that you have competition not just for customers but for

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What You Should Outsource When Hosting a Corporate Event

Corporate events and meetings are a necessity. About 1.9 million of them take place in any given year. Yours could be one of them. To ensure that your corporate events are a success, you need to stay in control. But that does not mean that you should do everything on your own. There are items

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Increase Your eCommerce Sales Through Surveys

Surveys are the heroes of political reforms and businesses. How so? It started back in 1824 when surveys were first commissioned to weigh the public’s interest for the upcoming presidential elections. Since then, surveys have become a staple in our lives, measuring the efficacy of government policies and customer satisfaction. Simply put, there is no better way

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How to Use Credit Wisely During the COVID-19 Scare

The rapid spread of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, in the United States can be frightening and confusing. In Texas alone, at least 50 cases of infection have been reported by mid-March. During these trying times, acting irrational is human nature. However, you can’t afford to make too many financial mistakes. When this pandemic

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