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    6 Renovation Tips to Give Your Restaurant a Facelift

    People visit restaurants to get a break from cooking, hang out with friends and family, eat delicious food, and enjoy some time away from everyday life. Renovation projects encompass a wide range of building activities from smaller projects such as painting and changing the flooring to gutting out and starting from scratch. To ensure that […] More

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    [Infographic] Getting Out Of The Phish Net

    Hackers using email to get into a user’s system has existed for nearly as long as email has existed. But since its inception, phishing emails and attacks have become much more common – in 2018 alone, more than 80% of people received phishing emails and over 60% if businesses went through phishing attacks. Phishing is […] More

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    The Best States for Investing in a Tax Lien


    Homeowners who fall behind on paying their taxes often find themselves with a tax lien—a legal claim against the homeowner’s assets—on their property. A tax lien is a considerable burden as it prevents the house from being sold or refinanced. The only way to remove a lien is to pay the taxes in full and […] More

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    A Brief History of Steam Power

    If you were asked to picture one of the earliest examples of steam power, you might imagine a steamboat or steam locomotive. But humans harnessed the energy potential of steam much earlier than you’d think. Let’s take a brief look at the history of steam power, from early experimentation to how steam is used today. […] More

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    Five Ways College Students Can Save on Travel

    Your time in college is perfect for exploring your plans and passions, other cultures, and even the world. But if you’d like to spend time traveling during school breaks before you’re saddled with a 9-to-5 job, that travel can get pricey. Fortunately, you also have some things going for you—namely your freedom and flexibility. Here […] More

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    Five Ways to DIY Your Way to Savings as a College Student

    If your budget is tight as a college student, you can find significant savings by doing more things yourself. Even simple services can get pricey when you don’t have much money. And fending for yourself will not only help you save money, but it also teaches you life skills and might even spark a new […] More

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    Are You Eligible for Savings as a Member of These Groups?

    If you love saving money you’re probably used to shopping sales and clipping coupons. But if you’re a member of certain groups, you might have access to even more special discounts you weren’t previously aware of. Let’s look at four groups that get access to special savings, and the kinds of things you can save […] More

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