Tips For Relocating Your Law Office Locally To A New Building

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If your law practice has been growing and you have outgrown your current office space, then moving to a new building is a good business move. While moving your business is never a quick and simple task, there are many things you should do to make the process a lot easier for both you and your employees, including each of the following tips: Tip: Notify Your Employees of the Move ASAP…

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Insects And Mice: Keeping Your RV Damage-Free During Storage

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If you are planning to store your RV during the off-season, one of the challenges you can face is keeping pests out of the comfortable environment of your vehicle. Nothing is worse than opening your vehicle up for the camping season only to find nests of mice in the cushions and a wasp nest in the bathroom. Here are some steps you can take to help make your RV pest-proof before storing.…

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3 Mistakes People Make When Moving

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There are so many things involved with relocating from one home to another, that it is easy to make mistakes. Here are three that many people make and what you can do to avoid them. Relocating During Peak Times Possibly the most common mistake people make is moving at the wrong time. Moving companies are busiest in the spring and summer and for a few reasons. People just prefer to move when the weather is warm.…

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3 Tips For Negotiating A Corporate Relocation

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Being asked to relocate for a job can be a mixed blessing. On the one hand, if you’re considering the relocation at all, it may be because you’re being offered a promotion with your current company or a job that you really want with a new company, so being asked to move to take the position will be a step up. On the other hand, moving to a new location means uprooting your family and your current life and heading into unknown territory – not an easy or cheap thing to do.…

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Merchandise Overflow: 5 Ways To Protect Clothing From Water Damage

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The typical American spent approximately $1,700 on clothes and related services in 2010. This number was cut back due to the stagnant economy, but has since risen. It may now be a good time to stock up on seasonal clothes to cater to the growing market. If you have found a great deal, you may have more merchandise than room available for storage. In these situations, renting a self-storage unit may be necessary.…

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2 Questions You Should Ask Storage Unit Managers Before Renting A Space

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By the time you have finished cleaning out your basement or packing up those holiday decorations, you might be ready to head to the nearest storage facility, fill out a little paperwork, and unload your car. Unfortunately, renting a unit without taking the time to do you research can cause problems later. Here are two questions you should ask storage unit managers before renting a space:  1: “How many burglaries have you had this year?…

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