• Nest Thermostats are Simple Energy Efficient Upgrades For Every Home

    Nest Thermostats are Simple Energy Efficient Upgrades For Every Home

    Both the Nest Thermostat and Nest Thermostat E have some pretty impressive equipment under the hood. They don’t just measure the temperature in the room. They can also measure room humidity, sense...

  • What to Expect on Your First Commercial Job

    What to Expect on Your First Commercial Job

    Moving into commercial construction can be a very profitable career change for a contractor. There’s rarely any downtime, the payoff is usually better and you’ll never have to deal with difficult homeowners.

  • Liquidate Your Assets for a Retirement Bonus

    Liquidate Your Assets for a Retirement Bonus

    Financially, liquidating assets is a pretty typical accounting function. All the ledgers will be updated to reflect that all assets have been converted to cash and that all liabilities have been paid. You will file your tax return as you normally would. It will just be the last one with business income.

  • Handling Sexual Harassment on the Jobsite

    Handling Sexual Harassment on the Jobsite

    Even if the actions never become physical, if a pattern of harassment is established, any woman who feels harassed can file a complaint with human resources, and if she feels she is being ignored, can then file a claim with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

  • Is It Time to Bid Farewell to the Tiny House Trend?

    Is It Time to Bid Farewell to the Tiny House Trend?

    One of the most enticing hooks behind the tiny house trend is to help buyers save money. But this isn’t necessarily the case when paying $78,000 for an elaborate 300-square-foot house that needs towing, land and utility hookups.

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