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  • Tips to Improve Safety in the Workplace

    As an employer, it is your responsibility to do what you can to make the workplace as safe as possible, and with strict safety regulations in place, it can be a struggle to ensure compliance. Of course, there are aspects where you have no choice to comply, but there are other things that you can

  • How You Can Get More Bang for Your Buck Out of Your Investment Properties

    Entrepreneurs that have delved into a variety of industries always seem to try their luck with investment properties. Building up a portfolio of investment properties can allow you to retire years in advance as you can rely on the consistent monthly income. Maximizing income from each property should be priority as renters are willing to

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    Five Ways To Make Money in 2020

    Making a bit of extra money on the side is always welcome. But starting a side hustle, and more importantly, starting the right side hustle is sometimes hard.  You have to take into consideration so many different aspects. From making sure that you’re keeping your sanity and staying motivated enough to keep doing this on

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    Sean Tissue, Centureon Investments, and the Beauty Off-Peak Real Estate

    Many home buyers, real estate agents, and industry professionals recognize that spring is the proverbial bread and butter month for the real estate industry. While the sentiment can vary slightly based on location and seasonality, April showers tend to bring May open houses. With warmer temperatures bringing potential buyers out from hibernation to explore newly

  • There is More to the Internet Than Cat Videos: Come Out to the LA BookFest

    If you’re a book purist, there is no substitute for the feel and smell of an actual book in your hand. But if there was ever a time to take a step forward into the digital world, it is now. Your favorite bookstore might be closed, but the LA BookFest proves that literature is still

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    7 Tips For Co-Parenting During The Coronavirus Quarantine

    Co-Parenting is difficult enough on its own. As Dorie Rogers, an experienced divorce attorney in Orange County points out, there’s a long list of do’s and don’ts to follow if you want to pull it off right and provide the best environment possible for your child. Now, with the added stress of the coronavirus pandemic

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    Motorcycle Crash Awareness Refresher for Spring

    Spring is officially here, which means it’s time to enjoy some much-needed warm weather. It also means that motorcyclists will be hitting the road again, but doing so at their own peril. Each spring, the number of motorcycle accidents in the U.S. rises dramatically as other drivers are unprepared to share the road with these

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    Pre-existing medical conditions and car accidents

    Despite the country’s best efforts to spread awareness about and enforce safe driving practices, there are still hundred of thousands of car accidents each year. The reasons behind them range from drinking to texting and road hazards, but did you know that pre-existing medical conditions are a factor? The term “impaired driving” makes most people

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    5 Tips From James River Capital to Stay Accountable While Working from Home

    More people are working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic than ever before. While many workers are happy to cut out their morning commute and wear sweatpants to work, some employees are struggling to stay motivated. Between the temptation of Netflix, the distraction of kids and pets, and anxiety about the state of the world, it