Archive for December, 2013
There are myriad challenges associated with owning a small business. Even for the more than half that are home-based, there is sill plenty to consider, not the least of which is how to improve cash flow. Improving cash flow is about creating stasis between dozens of facets including accounts receivable, credit extension, and inventory management. Sometimes, business cash flow loans are absolutely necessary. In fact, about 63% of businesses have taken out business loans for cash flow purposes. Still, these loans ca
As the 2013 holiday shopping season is now in full-force, American retailers are focusing on internet shopping more than ever. For the past several years, they are actually encouraging it. If you need any proof of that just take a look a look around and you will see and hear more hype about “Cyber Monday” deals since Shop.org introduced the phrase in a November 2005 press release.
The potential of internet sales to give retailers a considerable push during the holiday season has become so crucial to their annual revenue, that many retailers are “Cyber Monday” in “Cyber Week.” This mirrors the history of “extended Black Friday” sales American retailers have been hyping for years. When you consider the fact that the total revenue generated via online retail sales surpassed $200 billion during
Is your family facing the challenge of limited mobility? One of the most common signs of aging is the loss of the ability to move as once was possible. Providing systems to ensure independence and freedom of mobility to elderly family members can take some of the stress away from this process of aging. One such system is that of walk in bathtubs. This small accommodation can go a long way in maintaining a sense of independence and a healthy quality of life. As a result, you may be wondering how best to go about purchasing walk in baths for the elderly. As you further consider walk in bath tubs, here is just a little about walk in bathtubs and the solutions they may provide for your home.
As more and more baby boomers age, walk in bath tubs ar
Did you know that, according to CBS, an electrical fire burned down 50 businesses on a New Jersey boardwalk just a few months ago? Damaged wires and unfettered electricity can result in fire, serious accidents, injuries, and sometimes even fatalities. Workers, and even people at home, can use simple tools and equipment to keep electrical wiring in check and as safe as possible. What are these tools?
Conduit and Rubber Grommets
Keeping wiring and cables safe depends on proper insulation. Conduit, for example, wraps around wires and protects them from elements (including snow, ice, and rain), small animals’ teeth, and even harmful electromagnetism. Conduit is available in rigid and flexible forms, and metal forms, referred to as electrical metal tubing (EMT), are often used with conduit bushing