Friday, July 31, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Reviews Senior Retirement Living Options



Many people dream of a retirement where the days are filled with friends, family and leisurely activities. Some choose to stay in their own homes, some downsize to smaller homes, and some opt for senior living communities where the amenities are good. The Enterprises TV show reviews some of the senior living options available.

Where do you want to live when it is time to retire? There are many choices. It all depends on the kind of lifestyle you want. Retirees who choose to stay in their own homes have the reassurance of knowing they are home. They already know the creaks and moans of the house, condo or apartment. Family and friends know where to go on holidays. 

Downsizing to a smaller home or a condo in another state gives the retired single or couple the ability to manage the abode in a more cost-efficient manner. Many condo associations provide landscaping services so retired people don’t have to worry about mowing the lawn or weeding gardens.  The inside space is smaller, easier to clean and maintain, and comes with lower utility bills than a house.

Retirement communities can come with a few amenities like movie nights, senior fitness classes, social gatherings, and other get-togethers. Others offer three meals a day made by chefs and served in main dining halls. No cooking, no cleaning up, no fuss.  Housekeeping services are also available for some retirement communities.  Enterprises TV notes this can be a welcome relief from years spent cleaning larger homes.

Where we choose to live when we retire is a matter of personal choice and preference. Explore all the options before finding a permanent residence to enjoy the golden years.


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Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Reviews How Small Businesses Can Save Money

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Business operations are expensive. From utility bills, office rent, employee payroll and printing costs, it is not cheap to run a small business. The Enterprises TV show reviews how to cut costs and save some money.

Reducing costs and saving money are objectives which most business owners desire. Small business owners have the same goals. While it is nearly impossible to reduce the cost of office rent, there are some ways to cut the costs of utilities and printing.

If the business is less than 20 people and most of the work can be done from home, institute a telecommute policy. Workers who work from home are happier, work harder and are loyal. They see the opportunity as a favor and like knowing they can pay it back. Less people in the office also means less to spend on office furniture, utilities, and employee-related expenses.
Utility costs can be cut by raising the temperature to one which won’t force the air conditioner to work harder. Disconnect hot water from all faucets. Install motion sensing lights. Turn computers off at night, or at least put them on an energy-saving mode.

Enterprises TV knows the costs of printing can be quite high. Printer maintenance, paper and ink prices can be high. The most effective way to reduce this cost is to lease a printer. Also, try to set up printing options for the office such as printing only when necessary, using email folders and Cloud-based drives to store shared documents.

Find more creative and efficient ways to reduce costs in the office.



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Monday, July 27, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Reviews the Five Top Smaller Cities for Businesses


Big cities can be great places for any business. But sometimes, the smaller cities are even better. The Enterprises TV show reviews the top five smaller cities for businesses.

Small cities have big advantages over larger metro areas. The cost of living is more affordable, real estate if more affordable, there are fewer businesses to compete with, and the services catering to businesses are able to take care of the customers better. Alpharetta, Georgia is a great smaller city outside of big sister Atlanta. It has lovely affordable homes and a thriving business community. On the other side of the country, Redmond, Washington is a good north western city to consider to opening up shop. It is not as populated as Seattle and has enough tech companies in town to take care of any possible need. Unemployment is low there also. Wilmington, Delaware is a mighty, powerful small city that brims with energy and success. Troy, Michigan and Minnetonka, Minnesota also make the top five.

The Enterprises TV show realizes what makes these cities great for business is their strong local economies, easy access to larger cities and its resources, and more affluent customers. Small cities are towns are perfect locations for new businesses. There are more customers in suburbia than in the big city.


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Thursday, July 23, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Highlights Four Summer Tax Credits



Tax season may be months away, but that doesn’t mean we can’t share some tax credit information with readers. Why not get a head start now so future refunds are better in 2016?

The Enterprises TV show learns that summer child care can be claimed. Daycare and day camps count for kids under the age of 13. Overnight camp and school tutoring don’t count. Child care expenses count if the parents or parent are working. Keep in mind though that the maximum one can claim is $3,000 for one child and $6,000 for two or more children.

Moving expenses can also be claimed later. More people move in the summer than any other month. Credit the weather. There are conditions for this credit though: expenses allowed are for moving vans, storage units, tolls, gas, and shipping for belongings and pets. Meals are not deductible. One can claim moving expenses if they took a new full-time job and have been in the position for 39 weeks in the first year following the move. The new office has to be at least 50 miles from the old home and job.

Home efficiency improvements are also tax deductible. Enterprises TV reminds readers this is the perfect time to add solar energy systems, geothermal heat pumps, and others energy saving home fixes. The tax credit only works for home owners and not renters though.

Take advantage of these summer tax credits and some April, there may be more money to stash in retirement accounts.

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Monday, July 20, 2015

Enterprises TV Show Features Landsvirkjun Renewable Energy



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Enterprises TV on the Resurgence of Walkable Neighborhoods



There could be many reasons why people want to build or buy home in a smaller, walkable community. Enterprises TV takes a look at the resurgence of the walkable neighborhood.

Ideally, the perfect place to live would have nice weather year-round, grocery and other stores nearby and all be within walking distance. But in reality, we live a few miles from the business establishments we patronize.  The love consumers had with their cars is waning – thanks to higher maintenance costs, gas prices and longer commutes to work. The re-entry of neighborhoods where getting to and from regular establishments is experiencing a resurgence across America. A survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors found that more than half of the respondents prefer homes withy smaller yard and shorter commutes, and would buy a smaller home if it meant an easy walk to schools, stores, and restaurants.

The Enterprises TV show also notes that economic uncertainty makes life troublesome. People want to believe they can get a good job, keep the good job, and be able to get to and from that job without spending too long in a vehicle. If we can find affordable homes which are within easy walking distances to the places we visit often, we will strongly consider those areas desirable. Walkable neighborhoods are making a comeback.

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