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Best Money Tips: Want to be a landlord?

Today, we give you tips for buying a rental property, organizing your home for the holidays, and using your credit cards — the smart way.

Turkey Dinner for Two

Recently we've grown tired of traveling to big, traditional Thanksgiving gatherings, so we decided to create new traditions for just the two of us.

Best Money Tips: Resume Buzzwords to Avoid

Today, we share the too-common terms to avoid on your job search, sincere ways to apologize, yummy stand-ins for dairy or mean, and more!

17 Resources to Improve Your Small Business

Improving your business is critical to staying afloat and growing. Here are some resources out there that will sharpen your skills, improve your offerings and allow you to grow you

When Is Lunch Deductible?

There are many situations in which your lunch isn't deductible, even if you're eating it at your desk. Knowing the difference can make a big difference in your tax burden.

Cultural Considerations in Negotiations

It's crucial for small business owners to have an idea of the cultural factors affecting a negotiation going in, whether or not you're doing business internationally.

40 Tips to Accelerate Your Cash Flow

40 ways to improve your cash flow in the following five areas: Expedite Cash In, Optimize Cash Out, Increase Revenue, Decrease Expenses, and Save Taxes.

10 Packed Lunch Ideas You'll Want to Steal From Your Kids

Getting everybody's lunch ready weekday mornings can be a real chore. Save time and money with these lunches enjoyed by kids and parents alike.

The Credit Crunch Myth: You Can't Fix What Ain't Broke

In an effort to fix the credit crunch, the American Recovery Reinvestment Act authorized $730 million in funding for the SBA. Only one problem: There may not be a small business

Doing Due Diligence on Contractors: Where to Start

A good contractor can make all the difference in the world. Unfortunately, so can a bad one. You need to choose your contractor with due diligence.

Beat the Clock with Frugal and Simple Valentine's Day Ideas

Americans will shell out more than $15 billion for Valentine's Day gifts this year, but you don't have to empty your pockets to have a romantic day.

The 5 Best Rechargeable Batteries

Dislike having to constantly buy new batteries? These rechargeable batteries can keep the power flowing longer and save you a bit of cash as well.

Cyber Security on the Road

We'll look at how to protect your identity and electronic data while traveling, so you — and your business — return home safely every time.

Best Money Tips: Slash Your Wedding Budget

Today we found some awesome articles on ways to slash your wedding budget, finding winter fun in the great indoors, and saving money on groceries.

Best Money Tips: Inexpensive Gifts for New Mums

Today we found some amazing articles on inexpensive gifts for new mums, ways to boost your social security benefits, and common mistakes people make when trying to get out of debt.

Best Money Tips: Tips for a Successful Yard Sale

Today we found some great articles on how to have a successful yard sale, uses for plastic grocery bags, and making money online doing simple tasks.

5 Site Metrics Every Small Business Should Track

If you're not paying attention to your site analytics, your business is leaving money on the table. Here are the most important metrics that you'll want to track.

Best Money Tips: The Ultimate In-N-Out Secret Menu

Today we found some great articles on In-N-Out's secret menu, how to find your unclaimed money, and ways to save on your next trip to the gas station.

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Topic: Saving on spring cleaning projects. Join our conversation for chance to win Amazon gift certificates! Use #WBChat to participate.

The Lifetime Value of a Customer

The lifetime value of a customer is a valuable tool for measuring the contribution a customer makes to the bottom line and a useful basis for developing marketing strategies.