How to Ditch Your Home Phone for Google Voice

Do you really need to keep your telephone landline? This seems to be a question that is on many people’s minds these days, especially with the prevalence of cell phones. More and more households are choosing to shift from a traditional telephone landline to wireless service only. For most, it is simply more cost-effective to […]

13 Alternatives to Paychex and ADP

As a small business owner, your primary focus is selling your passion and building your business. Since many small business owners simply do not have the necessary time to dedicate to HR and payroll management, they utilize outsourcing services. ADP and Paychex are the industry leaders in this arena. They provide comprehensive business solutions to […]

How to Budget for Family Travel and Vacations

The work-life balance is a constant struggle for Americans. In fact, according to a Glassdoor survey in 2014, the average employee “only takes half of his or her eligible vacation time/paid time off.” Why is that, do you suppose? Vacations have been linked to reducing employees’ stress, improving productivity, and other health benefits. However, 63% […]

How to Turn Your Vehicle Into a Smart Car and Save Money

Everyone wants to save money, especially on the things that we use daily. Our cars are a big part of that, and often take up a notable portion of our budgets. But did you know that you could turn your vehicle into an internet-connected smart car for around $60, which could then save you money? […]

How to Back Up Your Important Files with VeraCrypt and iDrive

In this digital age, how strongly do you rely on technology to keep your personal files safe? Now, imagine that the computer holding all of your important financial documents was stolen, destroyed in a fire, or fried after your child spills water on the desk? Are you confident that your sensitive files are secured and […]

How to Reach Inbox Zero With These Gmail Hacks

I have over 3,000 unread emails in my inbox. Admittedly, I intentionally allowed my inbox to accumulate these emails in order to write this article. Within two hours, I went from 3,000 to just close to 400 using the method I will outline below. I still have a while to go before reaching “inbox zero.” […]