Hey Dallas Bank Delivery blog readers, you know why I love grocery shopping? Because it’s a true sign of who is in control when it comes to running a household. I get to say what people eat, drink, nosh, and enjoy (or don’t enjoy). One thing that totally stinks about grocery shopping, though, is how expensive your food can be. Every time I go, I have just a few things in mind, and I come home with $100 worth of impulse buys and junk food. Sure, I can save money by becoming an extreme couponer. But that would require that the newspaper actually make it’s way inside the house instead of rotting on my driveway, being run over 25 times before some merciful soul throws it in my trash for me on dump day.
Phew! America, rejoice! A weight has been lifted off our shoulders! (Especially if you’re an accountant.) The 2013 tax season is over. If you’re like me, you may have been up all night April 14th getting the paperwork prepared, filed, stamped, and in the mail box. There are still some stragglers out there who may have applied for an extension, but for most of us, we can rest easy for a year. Except for our Dallas Bank Delivery team- tax season may be over, but they’re still out there racing across town to take care of your money matters. That includes taking that big fat tax refund check to the bank for you.
The phrase “going green” has gotten a lot of buzz in just the last ten years. Before the new millennium, no one had recycle bins out with their garbage cans, it wasn’t a sin to toss your aluminum cans in the trash, and you wouldn’t be caught dead with a compost pile in your backyard. I’m not going to lie; I wasn’t exactly on the band wagon. It seemed a little too “hug a tree” for me. Then, I realized that going green has more benefits than just saving the environment (which, of course, is important too!). Dallas Courier’s Bank Delivery Dallas folks taught me that going green can save a little green, as well. Did your ears perk up at that thought? Mine sure did. Here are some ideas on how to conserve energy and conserve your savings:
Ok- I couldn’t help myself with the pun. Making financial sense, cents, and dollars is incredibly important to most Americans these days. Our Bank Delivery Dallas team understands you work hard for your money, and we work hard to make sure your money is transported properly. But in good conscience, we also want to make sure your money stays in the bank! That being said, Bank Delivery Dallas has a list of four financial “don’ts” that will help keep you in financial sense and at the same time, keep those dollars in the bank.
We know that America is the land of opportunity, especially when it comes to the business world. Starting your own business in our country is by no means easy, but it is a popular choice according to the US Census Bureau. Our country has 3.6 million firms with 1-4 employees and another 1 million with 5-9 employees. Firms with 500 employees or more only account for less than 1 million of the registered businesses in America. Those numbers were somewhat startling to me. We all are well aware of the big, Fortune 500 type organizations, but, in reality, these businesses are few and far between.