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Beware: Coronavirus scams are out there

With the concern surrounding the coronavirus, scammers are been busy finding ways to trick unsuspecting victims into revealing personal or payment information. The best way… more...
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Abbreviate 2020? Experts say no

News outlets have been warning against using the abbreviated version of the year 2020 when signing financial and legal papers, due to the potential for… more...
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Small Business Hack: Automate your invoicing

Automating parts of your business is a great way to increase business efficiency, cut costs, time, and save money in the long run. As a small business owner, you might be thinking - that sounds good, what parts of my business can I automate?
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What is symmetrical speed, and why should you (and your business) care?

While both asymmetrical and symmetrical speeds have their benefits, symmetrical is taking off as the future of internet connection with business demands continue to grow. Find out how TDS Fiber will make your business and home life so much smoother and wait-free.
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HR Insider: Resume pitfalls to avoid

Writing a resume can be difficult -- how do you sum up your career in just a few bullet points and sentences? We’ve compiled a list of the top 5 things NOT to do on your resume so you don’t stand out for the wrong reason!
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Corporate Social Responsibility: Five easy tips

Giving back is good business practice, no matter your size, location, or industry. Even small efforts resonate well with your consumers, and the sooner you get involved, the better.
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Quality over quantity when picking social media for your business

It’s better to do a few things really well than to do a lot of things mediocrely. The same is true for your business’ social media presence.
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Sustainability in your lunch box

Single-use plastics are all the buzz right now. Starbucks just announced its plan to be rid of straws by 2020. Seattle is the first city to ban plastic utensils and straws in the United States. Many other companies, such as McDonald’s, American Airlines, and Hyatt have announced similar plans globally.
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Go Big – Shop Small

Whether you’ve spent hours in line on Thanksgiving night – or you avoid holiday shopping like the plague – you’ve certainly heard of Black Friday. Every year, countless news stories, TV advertisements, and newspaper inserts find their way into your home, touting the deep discounts at major retailers. More recently, the creation of Cyber Monday – the first Monday to follow Thanksgiving – has created even more opportunity for holiday shoppers to hand over their hard-earned money in exchange for great deals.
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