Archive for February, 2012

Tips for Increasing Home Office Productivity

Tips for Increasing Home Office Productivity

| February 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Operating a home-based business can be more exhausting than commuting to a job. Using a few of the readily available tools and services will increase productivity. Home-based Business Running a home-based business has its advantages and its drawbacks. It’s something akin to parenting. It’s fulfilling and rewarding, but also very difficult to take time off. […]

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Florida Unclaimed Funds

Florida Unclaimed Funds

| February 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

Did you ever live in Florida? Did you rent an apartment, buy a house, open a bank account or possibly been named as a beneficiary to an insurance policy in Florida. If you answer yes to any of the above (and there are a host of other questions I could have asked), you might have […]

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Honda Accord & Honda Crosstour Recall

Honda Accord & Honda Crosstour Recall

| February 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you drive a 2012 Honda Accord, you might want to get your vehicle checked. Effective 1/31/12, Honda issued a recall for certain 2012 Accords and Crosstour vehicles. Reason for the Honda Recall There appears to be a problem with either the driver or passenger side airbags. These are the airbags that come from the […]

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Claiming Unclaimed Funds in Illinois

Claiming Unclaimed Funds in Illinois

| February 2, 2012 | 0 Comments

Whether you are a current or past resident of the state of Illinois, you should take a few minutes to investigate whether or not there is an unclaimed check or two with your name on them. Ask Yourself These Questions Did I open a bank account? Did I buy or sell a house? Am I […]

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Claiming Unclaimed Funds in New York

Claiming Unclaimed Funds in New York

| February 1, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you currently live in New York, or have lived in New York in the past, you might have unclaimed funds sitting in an account waiting for you to claim them. As New Yorkers engage in business transactions, whether it’s the purchase or sale of a house or becoming a beneficiary on an insurance policy, […]

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