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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