Social media is one of the best tools out there for digital marketing and growing your business. From free to paid options, it’s the perfect way to increase visibility, gain a loyal fan base, increase awareness, and share information.Continue reading “How to Choose the Right Social Media Platform for Your Small Business”
This past year has taken its toll on a lot of people and businesses. One industry that’s suffered a lot is the restaurant industry. With hundreds of restaurant businesses closing their doors, it’s important to help support your favorite local eateries so that they can continue to serve their delicious meals and treats to the community.Continue reading “How to Support Local Restaurants without Blowing Your Budget”
If you are buying a new home, a home inspection is your first line of defense in making sure you are making a good investment and buying a solid home. Your home inspector is there on your behalf and they are a wealth of knowledge. In fact, there are questions you should be asking your inspector before, during, and after they conduct their tour of the home.Continue reading “Questions to Ask a Home Inspector Before, During, and After the Inspection”
When it comes to financial or money advice, it seems like everyone has an opinion – some of it can be great and definitely worth looking into, and some of it, well, it’s just really, really bad and should be avoided.
If your resolution for 2021 is to save more money or get your finances in order, here are a few pieces of BAD advice you should steer clear of.Continue reading “Financial Advice to Avoid in the New Year”
Just because you are a small business, doesn’t mean you can’t make a big impact on local charities. In fact, about 75% of small businesses donate to charities every year. Small businesses play an important role in building their communities and serving those in need. As an owner, you are probably approached a few times a year by several non-profits in your area looking for some donation dollars to help them continue to do their good work. Of course, you can’t donate to everyone, so it’s important to donate to those charities that make the most sense for you and your business.Continue reading “How to Decide Which Charity Your Small Business Will Support”
If you are a homeowner, you know all too well how frustrating big utility bills can be, so when you invest in your home to lower your bills, those pennies really start to add up! Ready to start saving? Here are a few home improvement tips to help you save money.Continue reading “Easy Ways to Make Your Home More Efficient AND Save you Money!”
It’s officially SAT season, and for many students, that can mean full on panic mode. BUT it doesn’t have to be. With dedication and practice students can work through every question on the SAT but add in time management and it could be the difference between a mediocre score and an outstanding one.Continue reading “Students: How to Avoid Running Out of Time on the SATs”
No one wants their college application to end up in the rejection pile, and while having perfect grades and a robust resume of volunteering and extracurricular activities will help you get accepted, it won’t guarantee you a spot on next year’s roster. One way to increase your odds of acceptance is by submitting a pristine application that shows a clear understanding of your identity and goals.Continue reading “Common College Application Mistakes that Can Put You in the Rejection Pile”
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2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for many people’s finances. During mandatory shutdowns, most Americans cut back on what were once normal activities and found that they were able to save some money. But now what? As communities slowly reopen, it seems like there are deals and sales everywhere vying for your dollars. So how do you avoid post-quarantine overspending?Continue reading “Tips to Avoid Post-Quarantine Over-Spending”
Here in Connecticut, the housing market is currently a seller’s market – meaning the sellers are the ones with more leverage. But just because the inventory is low and buyers can’t be as picky, it doesn’t mean you should neglect your home. Keeping your property in tiptop shape is a must and doing routine maintenance is still required – plus buyers will notice and potentially not give you the asking price you are looking for!
You should fix small issues before they snowball into larger problems that could cost you big bucks and kill a potential sale down the road.Continue reading “Five things to do BEFORE you put your home on the market!”