31 January 2021

Does The Government Owe You (Or Your Clients) Money?

2021-02-01T02:53:03-05:00January 31st, 2021|Reduce Expenses|0 Comments

You may have unclaimed money from a state or the federal government due you.  So may your family members, relatives and/or clients True! It never ceases to amaze me which state or government might owe me my own money!  The amazing part is that 95% of the time that I've found this money, I'm still living at the same address as stated on the unclaimed property file. Go figure. So, if you haven't checked your own name, it's time. Personally, I usually do it myself, yearly, much closer to the New Year than now, but, you know, Covid has had a way to keep us off our mark.  start the year off checking for your "found

25 September 2019

Great Cost-cutting Tips for Entrepreneurs

2021-07-11T08:56:13-04:00September 25th, 2019|Reduce Expenses|0 Comments

72. Teach & Implement It Online A live event is costly and time consuming for the owner and the attendee. In 2005, I held my first 1-day strategic planning day for a group online. Gone was the cost of the venue, renting technology, food, refreshments, airplane, etc. The cost was the use of a webinar system. I can charge attendees less, too! I taught part 1 and answered questions. Attendees got offline and did the work. I was available by phone/email during breaks. We got back online, provided feedback, and then started part 2. Thanks to: Coach Maria Marsala of Elevating Your BusinessCoach Maria Marsala of Elevating Your BusinessCoach Maria Marsala of Elevating Your Business (that's

9 November 2018

Can HP Instant-Ink Program Save You Some of Your Hard Earned Cash?

2018-11-09T02:45:24-05:00November 9th, 2018|Reduce Expenses|0 Comments

If you're a small business owner and print 15 or more pages a month, you might want to look at HP's new Instant Ink plans for small business owners. Their advertisement says you can possibly save as much as 50% on ink. Rather than buying ink as you run out, this program is similar to the programs that large businesses have with printer companies.  You pay for ink by the page. You pay for the pages you use, not necessarily the ink.  For example: As a rule, printing something with color costs more than printing in black/white.  Yet with Instant Ink, the monthly fee stays the same no matter what’s on the page. There is an "overage" fee

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