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How to improve cash flow for small businesses

July 6, 2022

BPT The last few years have been rocky times for the 32.5 million U.S. small businesses, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). They have faced big challenges such as the COVID-19 pandemic, labor shortages and rising inflation. These firms, which account for 43.5% of gross domestic product, are also facing a lending crunch….

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Grocery store savings hacks

June 17, 2022

FAMILY FEATURES As people continue to eat more meals at home, shoppers everywhere are feeling the pinch of increasing prices on nearly every item at the grocery store. With almost one-third of Americans spending at least $100 per week on groceries, many are now looking for ways to cut costs without sacrificing quality. In fact,…

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Moved and bought a home? Here’s what you should know

May 27, 2022

BPT Much of the country is still in the middle of a red-hot real estate market. Home values are rising due to high demand and first-time homebuyers should be aware of how the value of their home impacts the way their premiums are calculated. Location and structure type are two examples of considerations that can…

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How to save on your internet or smartphone bill

May 20, 2022

BPT The pandemic proved the importance of connectivity – to your family, friends, work, school and doctor. Wireless service, in particular, has been a lifeline for many: In fact, 15% of Americans use it as their only broadband connection. And now we have 5G for home broadband, which is another great option for home connectivity….

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The hidden cost of debt on your mental health and tips to overcome

May 13, 2022

BPT May is Mental Health Awareness Month and one of the biggest factors impacting mental health is the burden of debt. The Hidden Cost of Debt survey by National Debt Relief revealed that 70% of people believe that debt makes them feel like a black cloud hangs over them, in addition to one-in-three people reporting…

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Equal pay: How women can benefit from a career in construction

April 29, 2022

BPT The disruptions of the pandemic led to not only job losses but also the Great Resignation, with many Americans reevaluating their careers and searching for better opportunities. While some areas are recovering, studies from the Pew Research Center, the National Bureau of Economic Research and others suggest that more women have lost their jobs…

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How IT teams can make the most of networking, and why it’s important

April 21, 2022

BPT If you’re an IT professional, you’ve probably experienced times when you feel isolated in your own information bubble. Your daily tasks, on top of your short- and long-term professional goals, are usually more than enough to demand your full attention. But if you haven’t had the opportunity to get outside of that bubble and…

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