December 4, 2020

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I am ambitious and hopeful for a better tomorrow. Recent demographic studies in our area reveal a total year-round population of approximately 13,000, which rises in the summer to approximately 25,000. We have a relatively high number of seniors and many younger, newly-formed families dependent on government assistance living mostly in a rural, unserviced, thinly populated area. This makes it costly to service our clients. Long distance phone bills represent our second largest expense (our two offices each have their own toll free phone numbers) and the cost of visiting our insureds to do home inspections is time consuming due to the large area we service. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, WE, ALONG WITH OUR PARENT COMPANIES, SUBSIDIARIES, AFFILIATES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES, CONTRACTORS, AGENTS, PARTNERS, LICENSORS AND DISTRIBUTORS (COLLECTIVELY VERIZON MEDIA ENTITIES) DO NOT MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS, PROMISES, OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, ABOUT THE SERVICES. WE … Read the rest

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When you are new in the business and you have not yet built a good credit history, issuers of business credit cards will most likely require you to personally guarantee your application for business credit cards. Harvest time is a comin’. Do our work assignments. You have a great attitude. I sure enjoy reading your comments and your Hubs. You will incur charges if you make a late payment or go over your business credit card limit. Predecessors to credit cards were charge coins or plates. Coins were issued in the mid-1800s and made of copper, aluminum, steel or other types of metal. Credit coins were most often issued by department stores of hotels with the customer’s number and an image of the business displayed on the coin. Charge plates, used into the early 1960s, were made of aluminum or white metal and were inscribed with a customer’s name and … Read the rest

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When you are going to open a new business, there are several things that you need to consider. Well stated James, with ObamaCare now passed, we seem to be dangerously close to socialism in this country. I have always felt that people that are for wealth redistribution don’t understand that if everyone was given 10 million dollars, that 10 million dollars would lose all it’s value. When people look for dream scenarios where everyone is well off, they seem to forget basic economics. Thanks. It came from Eric Griffith, a Denver-based surgical assistant. He went on to write that he had submitted a claim to her health plan requesting payment for his services, but that it was too early to know whether the plan would cover his fee. It didn’t talk dollars and cents. It is very important to understand that economic profit and accounting profit are two completely different … Read the rest

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