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Eking out the last 10% is still possible without causing major changes to how individual departments or work groups interact with each other.
If you're a savvy shopper with a smart phone, you're in luck. Instead of running from store to store comparing prices, you can do so right from your phone.
It pays to be judicious about how you spend your money on business trips. Here are some hotel and car rental tips that will keep your team happy.
Tell us whether or not you have a landline and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
In the age of social networking, if you need money for an art project or for a new business, friending could also mean funding.
Today we found some great articles on encouraging entrepreneur children, how to fly for free, and passive income ideas that work.
As a small business owner, you'll eventually need to seek the services of an accountant. But how do you find one who's is a good match for your business?
Sure, Charlie Sheen appears erratic. But he has things to teach all of us about how to live a frugal lifestyle. Here are 7 ways he can make you a winner in a down economy.
Zero percent financing may not be as good a deal as it sounds. Many such deals are simply a bait-and-switch ruse. Even when they're legit, they can wreak havoc with your credit.
Not sure whether or not you should report certain types of income? The answers might surprise you.
Is debt or equity better for your business?
Frugal living does not involve drastic changes. A few small changes can lead you down the right path.
The idea of a "paperless" office has been around a long time. The right system can streamline an office into a more efficient and green business.
Adopting a dog is exciting, but it can also be stressful. To make it easier, discover which essential dog supplies doting parents should own.
Employees in other countries have fewer working hours and longer vacations than Americans while being just as productive. Here's what we can learn.
Buying local is a big trend right now. But as noble as supporting other local businesses might be, it also could be the wrong decision for your company.
Today we found some great articles on ideas for an exciting staycation, things you should always buy generic, and emergency preparedness on a shoestring.
The short answer: Yes. The longer answer: It's very unlikely. Here's why.
You've just scored your first big sale — hurray! But that new sale might be less lucrative than you expected, or even put you deeper in the hole. Learn why.
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