You Won’t Believe How Much Money Is Wasted On Unused Gift Cards

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Even though most people are loath to admit it, though some do willingly, we waste things as a sign or status. Or, pride. It may be due to utter obliviousness as well. Or worse, just because we can. When I was a child, it was popular for people to complain about gifts they didn’t want and then throw them away — like Christmas fruit cakes or sweaters. I quite like fruit cakes, so I never understood...

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Small Business Ideas with Minimal Startup Costs

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One of the biggest misconceptions about starting a business is that you can launch one for free. That is, without incurring any startup related expenses. The average American business requires anywhere from $10,000 to $125,000 in initial startup costs. Starting a business costs so much because of the expenses related to office space, salaries, insurance, inventories, utility payments, and so on. Small...

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Using SEO Optimization for Online Business Marketing

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Marketing your business online is a necessary evil of business if you run a home-based business or small business. It doesn’t matter if you are struggling to make a name for a small business or run a global conglomerate, your consumer base needs to know you care about their needs and where to find your product. Understanding Marketing Your Business Online You need to know who your consumer base...

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Budget Friendly Dinners: Simple Chicken Curry Recipe

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If you are looking for an easy and budget-friendly meal for your family, then this simple chicken curry recipe is for you. The recipe is an Indian-inspired meal. Coconut cream is just the perfect sauce to bring out the warm spices of the yellow curry to the chicken. You can serve this easy to cook curry dish with lots of steamed white rice for a satisfying and filling meal.  The level of spiciness...

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