6 Interesting Ways to get a Better Auto Rate

Posted on Monday, November 28, 2011

By Kyla Goure (Kyla Goure Farmers Insurance)

There are many factors that can affect your automobile insurance rates. Some of them can be controlled easily with a little planning. Here, Farmers Insurance agent Kyla Goure lays out a few tips that you should keep in mind to minimize your premiums. 

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Ideal Business Gifts Arrive All Year Long

Posted on Tuesday, November 15, 2011

By Joanna Johnson (E2 Business Gifts)

The end of year often seems like the best time to thank your clients for their business and your employees for their hard work. Savvy professionals however, know that gift giving isn’t limited to the 4th quarter holiday season. Sending small presents throughout the year is an excellent way to solidify relationships with clients as well as business prospects. For freelancers, off-season gift giving can be an especially valuable tactic, as it’s an opportunity to stand apart from the crowd, announce your skills, recent accomplishments and generate recognition from potential clients and employers. 

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Considerations for Your Business

Posted on Sunday, October 02, 2011

By Marianna Moss (Moss Law Practice)

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission plans to sue Western Energy Services of Durango in federal court for age discrimination. The EEOC’s Complaint alleges that WESD failed to hire two electricians, 72 and 61 years of age, for electrical line work and to lay fiber-optic cable. The company allegedly wasn’t sure if the electricians could keep up with the work. 

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Why You Should Pay as Much as Possible for Your Website

Posted on Monday, September 19, 2011

Phil LockwoodBy Phil Lockwood (Distill Agency)

Everyone loves a good deal. Groupon, Black Friday, yard sales and a flatlined housing market. But when is a great price not a good deal? When you're paying for a service that has yet to be performed. 

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