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Chizoba Morah With the holiday crunch on the way, people are looking to get their finances together, before spending for Christmas. Sometimes, we often consider closing down cards and opening others, in an effort to reduce interest rates and get more credit. Is closing your credit card beenficial to you?
  • Nov 09, 2017
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    Chizoba Morah FREE DEPRECIATION INFORMATION TRACKER: Whether you are an individual or a company, there may be some items that need depreciatiing on your tax return. Before the whirl of holiday busyness starts, start gathering the information you need:
  • Nov 02, 2017
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    Chizoba Morah The end of the year is coming near and you need to make sure your books are in order before it closes. One way to do that is to get everything reconciled. Here are details:
  • Oct 19, 2017
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    Tanya Grim Good Afternoon Ladies! My name is Tanya Grim and I am a Lighting Specification Saleswoman for a manufacturers rep agency called Lighting Environments. We specialize in helping you design or retrofit your space with quality manufacturers and their lighting projects. From lamps & ballasts to new fixtures and even controls, I will be more than happy to help you. If you have a commercial space that you would like to discuss, please fee free to email me at tgrim@lightingenvironments.com
  • Oct 17, 2017
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    Chizoba Morah Unfortunately, there are fake charities popping up everywhere, especially in light of recent events. Here are some IRS approved tips on searching and researching charities and seeing if they are legitimate.
  • Sep 26, 2017
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    Linda Hanson Hi, my name is Linda Hanson and I am a VIP Member of NAPW, I own a unique company and although I am based in KC I have friends in your area so flying me up for a seminar would not include accommodation! Join the Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders, The United Steel Workers Union and Remax Realty, who are just a few of the organizations who have benefitted from our R.E.A.C.T. Seminars R.E.A.C.T. - Respond. Evade. Anticipate. Corporate Training The well-being of employees should be the top priority for any company large or small. Ensuring the people who work for you are safe at work, at home and going back and forth from both is the first step to increasing morale and productivity. We see a remarkable difference in participants who attend our seminars. Their feelings of confidence are evident in the way they walk and carry themselves. When participants feel confident it translates directly to feeling safe in the work place, at home and during times when commuting to and from work. Having employees who feel safe at work decreases the occurrences of absenteeism and tardiness, brings about a more stress-free environment at work and therefore the general well-being and camaraderie of the company increases, directly affecting your bottom line. R.E.A.C.T. has created a unique approach to self-defense. We begin by teaching awareness of surroundings and situations that a person can take to greatly reduce the probability that violence will occur. Second, it teaches alertness skills which allow a person to spot potential trouble before it can fully develop. Third, it teaches negotiation skills that can be used to defuse a possible assault. Fourth, it teaches how to evade an attacker, and finally, it teaches a unique multi-level conceptual approach to self-defense, which enables a person to respond effectively, and with a minimum of force, when an assault can't be avoided. Again, the emphasis is always upon avoidance because this offers the safest and most sure way of dealing with any threat. While it is true that there are many narratives in the media about mass shooting in the work place, and intruder alert drills are required by most companies, the reality is that with over 45,413,092 companies in the US the probability of that type of violence coming to your business is unlikely. However according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence 2012 Survey, 40,645 incidents of domestic violence were reported in Missouri alone - over 10 Million reports nationwide. It is not just the threat of violence against your employees in the work place that is a concern but also their mental attitude and welfare. When an employee feels insecure in the work place their productivity is directly affected. You should make a decision today that will positively affect the lives of your employees. Giving your personnel an opportunity to learn self-defense tactics that will build camaraderie, develop confidence, enhance productivity and increase moral. Sincerely, Linda Hanson President / CEO R.E.A.C.T. Contact R.E.A.C.T. Phone: (816) 607-9180 Email: l.hanson@react-now.net Website:
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