While browsing Pinterest the other day, I came across this photo of a phone operator from 1911. It made me stop and think about the technology we use to interact with customers today and how those lines of communication have evolved over the years. So I did a little research…
March is already upon us, which marks the start of one my favorite seasons, SPRING! Warmer weather, blooming flowers, and especially, no more snow! I’m not sure about the rest of you, but after the winter we’ve had, I’ve never been more ready for spring. It’s also that time of year when many of us start planning vacations and spring break trips! To help prepare you for your next vacation, I’ve put together a small list that will ease some of the unfortunate headaches that go along with traveling and may have even helped the Griswold’s.
For many people, knowing a tax refund is on the way can be a big relief, an exciting treat, or both. And the sooner the refund arrives the better. For victims of tax identity theft, however, the wait can drag on for almost a year. Not to mention they may have to deal with a lot of red tape to get what’s rightfully theirs. That’s why it’s critical to understand:
It’s next to impossible to watch any type of TV programming without seeing a commercial advertising how you can save money on auto insurance. But should you really purchase your auto coverage based upon the cheapest price? Read More
I discovered my fascination for computers and technology at a very young age. I was the go-to family member for fixing all of the tech problems; from hooking up the VCR to reviving the ancient laptop that suddenly stopped working. The fascination turned into an occupation after I attended Bluffton University and received my degree in information technology. I started working for a manufacturing facility for several years where I honed in on my skills as a developer. Read More
I spent my entire childhood dreaming of one day becoming an attorney. I worked towards this goal all through high school and even entered college with the same dream. It wasn’t until my junior year in college when I took my first law class and realized I absolutely hated it. I panicked not knowing what I was going to do with my life anymore and called my mom. She told me I needed to first calm down, and then decide what parts of my classes I did like, and what parts I did not like. Read More
When you apply for a job, your resume is the first thing employers see. A well-written resume will help you get selected for an interview. Here are some tips to keep in mind when creating your resume and cover letter: Read More