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To Expand or not to Expand

by Cyndi Morin,

One of the hardest decisions to make in business is whether one should consider expanding his or her company at some point. When a company is thriving, the temptation to grow seems to linger in the mind of many entrepreneurs. As profits accumulate in the business account, the question becomes “should I reinvest the profits into the company and expand?” Every business is unique. For some, expansion can be great, for others it can be a burden that only increases work and expenses instead of profits. Because of this, it is important to consider a few factors when deciding if business growth is right for you. The three most important factors to consider are:

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Why is My A/C Running Constantly?

by Stewart Unsdorfer

I think you'll agree with me when I say:

Being hot and sticky in the summer months is bothersome and when your A/C runs constantly it can become costly and annoying.  As we approach the summer months, it is a great time to troubleshoot the common causes of your A/C running all day before you get hot under the collar.

It turns out, if your air conditioner seems to be running constantly, there are a few quick troubleshooting tips you can follow to either fix the problem or at least find the source of your problem...

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And in today's post I'm going to show you exactly what to look for (many of the issues can be taken care of) and ways you can prevent them from happening.

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Why a 65-Degree Day Feels Cold in Fall but Warm in Spring

By Kevin Joy

When seasons change, our bodies know to react. But we can perceive the same thermometer reading differently at various times throughout the year.

With temperatures set to drop in the coming weeks, you might be surprised to perceive a moderate, 65-degree day as chilly, whereas the same scenario in the spring would feel positively tropical.

There’s a reason for that.

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