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Check your tax forms for errors and avoid fines for 2013

Check your tax forms for errors and avoid fines for 2013

Tax season will be here before you know it and businesses everywhere want to handle their reporting quickly, efficiently and on time in order to avoid the penalties and fines…

Making a smooth transition to a post-military career

Making a smooth transition to a post-military career

Leaving the military is like leaving home for the first time. Upon discharge, service members are faced with the question of: “What’s next?” Some service members obtain their degree while…

The energy efficient, safe and warm solution to evening fireplace challenges

The energy efficient, safe and warm solution to evening fireplace challenges

When the weather is cold, few experiences warm your soul – or your home – as effectively as sitting in front of a crackling fire. But if you’ve ever avoided…

Preparing for the holiday rush: small business pre-holiday planning tips

Preparing for the holiday rush: small business pre-holiday planning tips

Financial optimism is on the rise, but data shows that many small business owners are still trying to turn the corner.  In fact, according to Capital One’s Spark Small Business…

Avoid the flu this season: Tips for keeping your employees and business healthy

Avoid the flu this season: Tips for keeping your employees and business healthy

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), last year’s flu season began four weeks earlier than expected, resulting in the earliest flu season in a decade. While…

How to mentally prepare for a crisis in the workplace

How to mentally prepare for a crisis in the workplace

Recent events in the news have reminded us that unexpected, dangerous and stressful situations can happen anywhere: on the street corner, at the grocery store, and in the workplace. While…

Six ways studying abroad can change your life

Six ways studying abroad can change your life

Many students study abroad each year for only a few months, or even weeks. But the experiences and lessons learned go on to impact them well past that brief time,…

Drones – coming to a neighborhood near you

Drones – coming to a neighborhood near you

Worried about the security of your home or business? Wondering how safe your neighborhood is? Curious about how well your crops or livestock are doing? The answer may be drone…

How to make working at home work

How to make working at home work

Working at home is a growing popular trend. The 2010 U.S. Census reports 9.5 percent of the population spends at least one day a week working at home – an…

How to ace your next job interview

How to ace your next job interview

Making it to the job interview stage means your skill set and resume have caught the interest of a potential employer, who now wants to determine if you’ll be a…