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Credit cards going green

Eco-Office Gals

With environmentally friendly products becoming more mainstream and readily available, credit card issuers have begun to roll out products, services, and rewards that have a focus on going green. Credit card companies and banks have long come under scrutiny for not doing enough to battle the effects on the climate. Credit card comparison sites, such as www.creditcard.com.au , offer extensive insight into the offers and green reward plans available.

E-Receipts vs. Paper Receipts

Eco-Office Gals

The process of making a transaction at a retail store and receiving a thermally printed receipt is so familiar that customers may think it is the only way to get a record of their purchase of products or services. E-receipts are easy to generate through an effective credit card processing solution that issues the e-receipt to the customer’s email address at their request. Costs associated with issuing and filing paper receipts is driving the conversion to e-receipts.

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13 Ways You Should be Using Your Smartphone for Business

Tips From T. Marie

With more of us enjoying job flexibility today, and with the probability of up to 58% of workers expected to be independent contractors by 2027 , if you’re not using your smartphone for more than texting, calls and email you should be. We all know about texting, calling and emailing from our phones, but are you collaborating from it as well? Yet another reason to ditch the file cabinet and move your files to the cloud; file access on your smartphone.

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The 'Bcc'- Friend or Foe

The Office Professionals Place

Thursday, March 4, 2010 The ‘Bcc’- Friend or Foe On average, we receive over 100 emails per day. The daily inbox is comprised of spam, junk mail, solicitations, marketing advertisements, greeting cards, friendly ‘hellos’, newsletters, and of course, business correspondence. Friendly Uses • If your email has a large recipient list, you can use the Bcc to hide email addresses and protect recipients privacy.

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Cost Effective Ways to Greenify Your Business

Eco-Office Gals

You can communicate via email; you can use things like Google Docs, Adobe and e-Signature to send documents and contracts; even faxes can be sent and received online thanks to companies like FaxZero and MyFax. They are two companies that assist with mobile credit card processing. Purchase Energy Star products. Whether it’s appliances, electronics, fax or mailing machines, Energy Star is a label that you should look for when purchasing things for your office.

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10 Free Productivity Apps for the iPhone

Ian's Messy Desk

If you pay for the premium service ($45 per year) you can sync your files too. You can take the note in a number of formats ( Drawing, Audio, Text, Photo,… ) You can add criteria ( tags, a color, the geolocation,… ) which simplifies the filing and finding of the notes. It lets you access personal information—for example, the status of your utility bills, recent online purchases, and credit-card transactions.

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Snail Mail 101

Clutter Coach

This category includes bills, medical forms to file, an insurance or telephone plan to compare with what you have now, information about a product you intend to buy and a list of activities put on by a group you belong to. Be careful about filing too much. Most people’s file cabinets are neglected paper graveyards. Things you are keeping that you don’t need to: receipts that are not for tax purposes or under-warranty purchases.

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Tips to Go Almost Paperless - Productive & Organized

Productive & Organized

  I have so many piles and I don't want to file it all."   If your computer files are organized, you will be able to do a search and find what you are looking for quickly. 4 -- Contact Your Credit Card Companies and Utility Companies for Paperless Statements Almost all credit card companies and many utilities have the ability to sign up for paperless billing now.    I have so many piles and I don't want to file it all."

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Beyond Books: Building Multiple Streams of Income

Andrea Kalli

Informational teleseminars, in-depth interviews, or live presentations can also be recorded and sold as a CD or downloadable MP3 file. Package prices should reflect a discount of 20% to 30% of the price of the products purchased separately. If you expect to generate more than $2,000 a month in online sales, consider getting your own merchant credit card account and setting up a shopping cart system.

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Beyond Books: Building Multiple Streams of Income | Internet.

Andrea Kalli

Informational teleseminars, in-depth interviews, or live presentations can also be recorded and sold as a CD or downloadable MP3 file. Package prices should reflect a discount of 20% to 30% of the price of the products purchased separately. If you expect to generate more than $2,000 a month in online sales, consider getting your own merchant credit card account and setting up a shopping cart system.

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106 Thoughts on Overcoming Overwhelm in a Freaked-Out World

Productive & Organized

The Spiral Notebook Purchase (and then use!) Tame Your Email 1. Turn off email alerts when emails arrive in your inbox. If you know that you will never answer an email, delete it right away. Create email folders same as you would for word doc and paper files. Then create rules so emails automatically go into the folders and you review these folders when needed, once a day, a few times a week. Productive & Organized Home Contribute to P&O!

2010 219

How To Make This Recession Work For Your Small Home Business.

The Small Business Blog

Given the fact that small business can’t get credit, while the big boys can, let them play bank for you for a while. « Small Business World News Round-up – 2009/11/17 WinWeb Launches WinWeb TV – Free Small & Home Business Videos » « Previous Entries This entry was posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2009 at 6:08 pm and is filed under plan cash-flow. Obviously not paying a bank would be a bad move but a less used credit card…maybe?

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Work-Life Balance 2.0 and Small Business | THE SMALL BUSINESS BLOG

The Small Business Blog

» « Previous Entries This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007 at 9:09 pm and is filed under Work/Life Balance. Having looked into the options we have decided to purchase the Interwatch Security system. Should our camera pick up motion we are sent an email, SMS and phone call – which is great for us. Carnival of Money, Growth and Happiness #21 | Credit Card Lowdown Said on October 29th, 2007 at 8:17 pm [.] E-Mail me or follow me.

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