Backhoe Vs. Skid-Steer: Which One Do You Need?

Posted on: 8 May 2015

Doing a major home improvement project by yourself can save you a lot of money if you can do it right. Renting tools and equipment and working by yourself with instructions or with a friend or neighbor who is familiar with construction work can cost a lot less than hiring a contractor. However, it can also be confusing, especially if this is your first time working with large equipment. For the inexperienced, it may be hard to even tell which of two similar machines you need.
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Tired Of Paying For Printer Ink? 2 Ways To Make Your Next Cartridge Last Longer

Posted on: 7 April 2015

When most people think of the most expensive liquids in the world, they might imagine lavish bottles of rare champagne, custom-made perfumes, or premium fuel. However, with an average cost of around $9,600 a gallon, or up to $75 per ounce, printer ink is the most expensive fluid out there by far. However, you don't have to let your need for printed materials run your finances into the ground. Here are two ways to make your next cartridge last a little longer:
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4 Tips For Making A Smooth Move When Relocating Your Small Business Office To Another State

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Relocating your small business office to another state can be an enormous undertaking. Besides knowing licensing requirements and individual state business tax laws, you also need to worry about retaining and getting customers, hiring employees, and setting up shop in the new location. Below are four tips for helping keep the move smooth and seamless. Get The Word Out About Your Move Beforehand Even before you pack the first box, get the word out about your move at least a month before it happens.
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Should You Sell Your Furniture Before Moving Out Of State? Five Questions To Help You Decide

Posted on: 5 March 2015

Rather than throwing everything they own into a moving truck, some people sell everything and start over with a new style at their new destination. While selling everything may be cumbersome and unrealistic, you should think about strategically getting rid of some of your biggest items – your furniture. To see if getting rid of your furniture is right for your situation, work through the following five questions: 1. Is the cost of moving the item worth more than the item itself?
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