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3 Crucial Situations That Call for Securing Temporary Office Space

Written by Teresa Te on July 23, 2017

Working at home is wonderful most of the time, but there are situations that require being in a more traditional office setting. When those events are pending, it’s nice to know that you can secure temporary office space for as long as it’s needed. Here are three of the more common situations that call for renting space and making sure your business continues to move forward.

Arranging a Meeting With Potential Investors

You are in a good position to expand your business operation but that means finding investors who can supply the capital. Having them come to your home and meet in the back room you converted into an office is not the best approach. You need a setting where it’s possible for everyone to be comfortable and you have access to all sorts of presentation tools. (more…)

3 Excellent Reasons to Start Looking for a Second Mortgage

Written by Teresa Te on July 23, 2017

If you are under the impression that getting a second mortgage is not for you, think again. Many people just like you have chosen to secure this type of financing and used it to better their financial situations. Here are some of the practical reasons why you should talk with a broker and look into the idea of taking out a second mortgage today.

You’d Like to Pay Off Some Bills

While it’s true that you are managing well enough, it does take a bit of time and effort ensuring all of your financial obligations are met each month. One approach is to keep plodding along and paying off each of those debts a little at a time. Another strategy is to secure a second mortgage and exchange several debts for one easy to manage obligation each month. (more…)

4 Tips for Nailing the GRE

Written by Teresa Te on July 20, 2017

Each year, hundreds of thousands of people take the Graduate Record Exam, also known as the GRE, so that graduate schools around the country can grade applications on their knowledge and preparedness for rigorous programs. If you’re one of the people taking the test this year, you need to make sure you’re as prepared as you can possibly be.

4 Tips for Acing the GRE

Everyone who has attended an undergraduate college or university remembers taking the SAT when they were in high school. The best way to think about the GRE is as the SAT 2.0, or the SAT’s closely related cousin. It’s simply the standardized test that graduate schools use to evaluate applicants. Your GRE score is something graduate colleges and universities will look at in addition to your college GPA, resume, references, and application. (more…)

DeVos Enacts Cuts on Education Spending: Will Congress Approve?

Written by David Jones on July 18, 2017

There’s a lot of controversy regarding the U.S. Secretary of Education’s decisions, and a new item of business has hit the table. DeVos has recently proposed cuts on educational spending, but there’s some debate as to whether or not Congress will approve the proposed legislation.

DeVos Proposed Cuts

In a heated meeting on Capital Hill, DeVos stood before legislatures and requested a series of spending reductions for public schools. She, along with other members of Trump’s administration, want to take away more than $10.6 billion from federal education funds. (more…)

The 4 Top Benefits of Regular Home Repair and Maintenance

Written by David Jones on July 16, 2017

You won’t own a home long before realizing that regular repair and maintenance is important. While it may not always be convenient or inexpensive, the investment in regular upkeep of your home is important. Here are a few of the ways you will benefit from setting up a proper maintenance and repair schedule and making sure nothing is left undone.

Resolving Small Issues Before They Become Major Problems

Most problems with your home’s major features don’t start out as huge issues. A more likely scenario is that some small matter develops and is not resolved in a timely manner. The result is something that was originally simple and inexpensive to deal with will now require a great deal of time, effort, and money. (more…)