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Holly Kaplansky

Avoid Delays and Additional Costs – What to Look For in Your Proof

There’s nothing more disappointing than seeing errors in material you just had printed, especially if it has already been distributed. The key to avoiding spelling errors and other problems with printed material is to very carefully review the proof that the printer supplies. When you sign-off on a proof it means that you are responsible for the outcome. A quick glance can lead to an oversight or error, reprinting and additional cost. Read More

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djohnson@montclairymca.org

Preventing & Treating Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes can be prevented and treated in most cases through diet and exercise. A good exercise routine and diet not only will improve your overall health, it will also help you save money in medications and doctor’s co-payments. Read More

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pfetherston@balancepointpayroll.com

What to do When an Employee Leaves

Losing an employee, regardless of the reason, is never pleasant. But these steps can help minimize the negative impact and even help your organization mature and grow. Read More

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Donna Miller

Top 5 Technical Tips to Take Back Your Time

How much of your week do you feel has been productive? If you don't have a positive answer to this question, here are our 5 favorite tech tips and tools for leveraging your time and boosting your productivity. You can’t control time, but you can become an expert at leveraging time to boost your productivity. Read More

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Daniel.Haurey@exigent.net

Three Network Security Measures To Keep Your Non-profit Secure

As a nonprofit, sensitive data such as customer records and donor information are a target for hackers.  To address the menace of cyber-attacks and other forms of security breaches, you must adopt IT best practices to keep your nonprofit secure. Read More

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jtsoy@smolin.com

The Importance of Substantiation and Documentation

Over the past few years there have been a number of prominent cases in which taxpayers have been denied deductions because of inadequate documentation which supported their deduction claims on their income tax returns. In other cases substantiation was missing through inadequate reporting on the return itself. Sloppy or incomplete tax return preparation can result in lost deductions where the amount is challenged, through audit, by the IRS. Read More

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Holly Kaplansky

Before You Press the Print Button, Read This

Many businesses, are often unsure whether to outsource their printing needs or try to take care of them in-house. Often the only aspect considered is cost but there are several factors to consider. When you look at all the areas that are involved in the execution of a professional, quality print job, it is easy to see how outsourcing is often the best way to go. Submitted by Holly Kaplansky, owner, Minuteman Press Newark Read More

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djohnson@montclairymca.org

September is Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

The fact that 1 in 3 kids is overweight or obese is alarming since studies show that overweight kids are likely to become obese adults and obesity is the main cause of many serious illnesses such as diabetes, coronary heart disease and many inflammatory related diseases. It is important to help kids lead healthy lifestyles so they can avoid lifelong health issues. Read More

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pfetherston@balancepointpayroll.com

Why Your Job Interviews Should Be Job Conversations

You don’t want to find out if the person you’re interviewing is good at job interviews. You want to get to know everyone interested in the position. Then you can make an informed, confident decision that this candidate is the candidate. Read More

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