In recent years, webinars, video conferencing, and online collaboration tools have lessened the need for business travel, but there are still some instances when meeting face to face is best. Here are some tips to make your next business trip run smoothly.
While you should definitely relax and recharge before you head back to school in the fall, consider taking advantage of the extra time on your hands to get a jump on your career. You can use the summer months to build your professional brand, gain work experience, take an extra course, or travel.
Just because you own a home, it doesn’t mean you’ll never need a temporary place to stay. Take a look at this post to see what kinds of short-term housing are available to you for trips, business, and more.
Between low demand and cold weather damage, see what challenges you might encounter as a landlord during the winter, and what you can do to avoid (or overcome) these common rental property woes.
Planning a summer vacation with your family? Here are some low-cost trip options as well as ways to save when you are traveling.