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Summer Financial Housekeeping

As we weather the summer heat wave and 100 degrees plus temps, it’s a good time to do a little housekeeping before business heats up in the fall.  Here are 3 action steps you can take right now to set yourself up for success. Be Aware of Mileage Rate Changes According to the IRS website, the […]

Celebrating With Pride

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month in the United States. The history of Pride celebrations began fifty-three years ago on June 28, 1969 in New York City during the Stonewall Uprising. The Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street in the Greenich Village neighborhood of lower Manhattan was one of the most popular gay bars in the city […]

Memorial Day 2022

Monday, May 30th marks the 154th Memorial Day observation in the United States. Observed on the last Monday of every May, this federal holiday honors military personnel who died while serving in the Armed Services. Memorial Day weekend has also become known as the unofficial start of summer and a huge retail shopping event. But […]

The Story of My New Book: Motherhood, Apple Pie, and All That Happy Horseshit

My new book, Motherhood, Apple Pie, and All That Happy Horseshit launches on May 4th, and while I can’t give too much away about the title since this story opens up the book, I can tell you that it is a personal story from my corporate job. I can also say that the title is derogatory […]

Repricers – Are They Right For Your Business?

If you’re an Amazon seller you’re always looking for ways to run your business better, smarter, and more efficiently. Repricing software can be a real game changer and could potentially help you boost profits and save time and money. What is a Repricer Anyway? Repricer software does the heavy lifting for you when it comes […]

Are You Ready to Pay the Taxman?

Everything is so expensive right now. This week alone I got notifications from two software companies and my business insurance agency that their prices were going up. Not to mention the extra costs for gas and groceries. As if that’s not enough to manage, we have to be ready to pay our tax bill in […]

Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month. Much like Black History Month, Women’s History Month began as a localized week-long event which evolved over time into a national month-long celebration. Women’s History Month recognizes and honors American women’s achievements and contributions. It began in 1978 in Santa Rosa, California as a local celebration headed by the Education […]

Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month in the United States, a time when we recognize, celebrate, and honor the achievements, contributions, legacy, and past and current struggles of all Black Americans. Officially recognized for the first time in 1976, every sitting president since then has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a theme.  This […]
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