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It’s perfect time to start saying goodbye to paper bills and records

15 August, 2014 Lifestyle No comments
It’s perfect time to start saying goodbye to paper bills and records

We’ve been talking about the paperless office for years, yet for many (most?) individuals and small businesses, the dream of readily available digitised financial and business records that are easily found, accurate and secure, remains just that – a distant dream.

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Is Renting or Leasing Household Appliances a Good Option?

6 August, 2014 Lifestyle No comments
Is Renting or Leasing Household Appliances a Good Option?

If you are in need of a new household appliance like a new stove, refrigerator, or washing machine, or you want a new computer, household furniture or large TV, but do not have the funds, you may be tempted to consider leasing or renting these goods.

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How to Prepare for a Redundancy

How to Prepare for a Redundancy

As more and more companies seem to be downsizing, or closing down altogether, as is the case with Toyota and General Motors, more people than ever are concerned about their own job security. The truth is that the unemployment rate is resting steady at around 6 percent, with many experts not expecting it to get better any time soon.

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