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Work productivity can grind to a halt when you experience personal or family emergencies. Taking “vacation” time to cope isn’t always possible for freelancers who get paid by their work output. Ultimately, your best bet is preparing for the unexpected in advance. While work is important, taking time to deal with what’s going on in
In August 2011, as news of the famine in Somalia unfolded, a nonprofit group that delivers medical and humanitarian aid to people in crisis sprung into action. Ted Davis, the Web Development Director for the organization, hoped to reach lots of new donors so they could raise enough to mobilize an immediate and sustainable relief
In business, we sometimes have this chicken or egg situation where it takes money to make money. More specifically, every small business needs to make investments in order to keep growing. This requires putting money down in hopes of a return. While there are several ways to get funding, many small business owners are bootstrapping.
Well, thinking that credit cards are a convenient way of spending, you make a habit of carrying them whenever you travel. But wait! It’s not always that easy to use a credit card especially when you are away from home. So, before you catch your flight, make sure you avoid these 7 credit card travel
Sure, I acknowledge this may seem like a pretty silly question. After all, why in the world would you send your 18-year-old off to school with the massive buying power associated with a credit card? I mean, certainly it’s better for them to not learn how to use plastic properly and, instead, carry around a