Whether you are new to the rental business or you have been renting out homes for years, you always want to follow some steps before allowing new tenants to move in. Your rental property should be a place that you would want to move into yourself if you needed to. Be sure to take good care to insure that your tenants will be safe and happy in their new home.
With back to school in full swing across the Garden State, all the toddlers and preschoolers will have free rein over the local playgrounds. Parents will be taking advantage of the cooler weather and lack of older kids to enjoy some swing and slide time with their little ones. But before you pack up the juice boxes and snacks for your adventure to the playground with your youngster, think about playground safety.
Even the smallest business will find that it has to deal with HR issues as soon as the first employee is hired. Managing employees entails a wide variety of legally sensitive matters that can cause lawsuits if not properly handled. Small business owners often find the most cost-effective way of dealing with these issues is to outsource them to a company with experience in all facets of HR.
Road trips are the quintessential vacation for people. They are less expensive than flying to a destination and allow for a better chance to see the country as you drive from destination to destination. It’s a chance for bonding, laughing, and making of memories. With a little bit of planning, many of the pitfalls of road trips can be avoided. Follow these suggestions to help make your trip go smoothly…
When it comes to deductibles on your homeowner’s insurance policy, you can basically set them to the amount that suits you and your family. Some people choose a larger deductible to lower their premium each year. The amount you set is completely up to you as long as it falls within the policy parameters. However, there is one occurrence that could change your policy deductible regardless of what limits you set: A hurricane.
You may not want to hear this (especially if you are currently on vacation or enjoying some sort of summer-y activity) but it is almost Back to School time. Yes, September is only a couple weeks away and New Jersey kids will be heading back to spend some time with their teachers once again. It also means school buses will be out in full force again, too. It’s time to brush up on some school bus safety.
Did you know that the first week of August is ALWAYS National Simplify Your Life Week? Let’s face it: Life is hectic! Between work life, home life, family time, and “you” time, there doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day. This week, it is time to simplify it all, once and for all. But how?
For some, the summertime is a very relaxing time full of beach days and smiling kids eating ice cream cones. For others, the summer brings on a lot of stress due to changes in work or school schedules. Plus, it feels extra hard to balance work, finances, health and other aspects of life when the heat of our New Jersey summers takes over, doesn’t it? There are a few things you can do to help with summertime stress reduction. Here are a couple easy remedies you can try right now.
August is around the corner and that can only mean one thing: It’s time to get an eye test! Yes, you heard correctly. August is National Eye Exam Month so why not celebrate?
The northeast has so many awesome amusement parks. From Six Flags to Dorney Park to Knoebel’s to Storybook Land, there is an amusement park out there for just about anyone. If you are planning a trip to an amusement park in the near future here are some tips to help keep you and your family safe.