B2B - "Business to Business"

Managing Your Business Finances
If you want to succeed in business, you need to know about financial management. No matter how skilled you are at creating a product, providing a service, or marketing your wares, the money you earn will slip between your fingers if you don't know how to efficiently collect it, keep track of it, save it, and spend or invest it wisely. Poor financial management is one of the leading reasons that businesses fail. In many cases, failure could have been avoided if the owners had applied sound financial principles to all their dealings and decisions. Financial management is not something that you can leave to your banker, financial planner, or accountant you need to understand the basic principles yourself and use them on a daily basis, even if you plan to leave the more complicated work to hired professionals.  read more..
Teaching Money
Up until they start earning a living, and sometimes well beyond that, kids are apt to spend money like it grows on trees. This lesson will help you put your children on the road to handling money responsibly. Long before most children can add or subtract, they become aware of the concept of money. Any 4-year-old knows where their parents get money - the ATM, of course. Understanding that parents must work for their money requires a more mature mind, and even then, the learning process has its wrinkles. For example, once he came to understand that his father worked for a living, a 5-year-old asked, "How was work today?" "Fine," the father replied. The child then asked, "Did you get the money?"  read more..
10 Questions to Ask When Working With an Accountant
Solely relying on free or inexpensive online small-business accounting tools instead of investing the services of a trained professional accountant can be a costly mistake that entrepreneurs make all too often. Don’t be one of them.  read more..
7 Marketing Alternatives to SEO (Infographic)
There's more to building your brand's awareness than SEO. Allocating a budget for these ideas can help PR and marketing pros produce better results.  read more..
World Bank cuts China’s growth forecast
The ​World Bank has cut its growth forecast for China for the next two years as world’s second largest economy faces tighter global monetary conditions.  read more..
Holiday sales seen rising 4.1 percent
FILE - In this Nov. 28, 2013 file photo, Ripan Bhowmik looks at cameras while shopping at Best Buy in Overland Park, Kan. Americans are expected to spend at the highest rate in three years during what's traditionally the busiest shopping season of the year, the National Retail Federation said Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014.  read more..
8 Tips for Effectively Getting Through Job Loss
How to Deal With Unemployment & Get Hired Again Soon  read more..
Wall Street little changed after selloff
U.S. stocks see-sawed around the unchanged mark in early trade on Monday after the S&P 500 suffered its worst weekly drop since May 2012 and the Dow moved into negative territory for the year on global growth concerns.  read more..
The Secret of How Ordinary People Can Give Millions to Their Communities
Americans are known around the world for their generosity. During 2013, U.S. households gave an average of about $3,000 to charity, adding up to a total of more than $335 billion nationwide. For many charities, every contribution -- no matter how small -- is important to achieving their missions.  read more..
AP analysis: Top donors in gubernatorial campaign
Donors to the campaigns of Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and his Democratic challenger, Tom Wolf, have given $48.2 million so far in 2013 and 2014, according to campaign finance reports submitted to the state by the two campaigns. Corbett has received about $20.5 million; Wolf has received about $27.6 million. The figures are current through Sept. 15, the latest data the campaigns were required to make available.  read more..
About the Purchasing Division The City of Pearland Purchasing Division is responsible for procurement of the materials, equipment, supplies and services necessary for City departments to perform their respective functions. The City strives to obtain quality goods and services at competitive prices, while maintaining a fair and open environment for participating vendors.  read more..
City Awarded Certificate Of Achievement For Excellence In Financial Reporting
Each year, the City of Pearland Finance Department produces a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30. This year, just as in the past 38 years, the City's CAFR has received annual recognition from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) of the United States and Canada.  read more..
9 Holiday Savings Tips
During the holiday gift buying frenzy, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and stressed about not having enough money to spend on your loved ones. You do not have to go into debt to show how much you care. With some careful planning and creative gift giving, you can enjoy some holiday cheer without the financial fear.  read more..
Rush Insurance Group is an insurance agency in Houston dedicated to providing insurance services to protect thousands of individuals' and businesses' assets. The agency covers a wide range of insurance services and products, with rates that are extremely competitive on top of impeccable service. With more than 20 years in the insurance business, the company stresses quality and consistency as it works to provide a higher standard of customer satisfaction.  read more..
Parkway link to Dixie Farm Road set for spring
A project to link Pearland Parkway to Dixie Farm Road is under way, the next step in a long-range goal to extend the road into League City. To make the link, the parkway is being extended approximately 4,500 feet from just east of Oiler Drive near Pearland High School. Work to build the four-lane extension began in July. The road will include raised medians and sidewalks, and a small bridge will cross a segment of Cowarts Creek. The project also will provide installation of an underground storm sewer, median landscaping, and street and signal lights.  read more..
Financial planning gets a dose of virtual reality
Fidelity Investments aims to change that equation with an experiment in 3-D technology designed to make money management seem more like a mesmerizing video game than mundane number crunching. Welcome to "StockCity," a virtual-reality landscape dotted with skyscrapers representing the stocks in a person's investment portfolio. A Web version is being released Wednesday at http://www.fidelitylabs.com , but StockCity ultimately is meant to be viewed on the Oculus Rift, a virtual-reality headset that still hasn't been released on the mass market.  read more..
Palais Royal opens new Pearland store
Pearland Mayor Tom Reid checks out a "Bears That Care" as Bria Lundy (PR Director Stage Stores Inc) looks on. Stage Stores, Inc. is made a $100,000 donation to Toys for Tots at the grand opening of the newly relocated Palais Royal Department Store in Pearland, to kick off the holiday season and the 2014 "Bears That Care" program.  read more..
US economy posts even stronger growth in Q3
In this Nov. 11, 2014 photo, 2015 Ford F-150s move along the production line at the Dearborn Truck Plant in Dearborn, Mich. The Commerce Department releases third-quarter gross domestic product on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014.  read more..
Office-space slump a distant memory
Rendering of the Ivy District, planned for a Pearland site at Texas 288 and Beltway 8. It will include residential, office and retail, as well as a hotel, conference center and community building.  read more..
Update: Patrick: I can push property tax relief through
Lt. Gov-elect Dan Patrick expressed confidence Sunday morning that he could accomplish one of his main legislative priorites, property tax relief, in the next legislative session. In an interview on KPRC Newsmakers, Patrick said he has always supported lower taxes but now as the conservative leader in the Senate, tax cuts is something well within his power to accomplish. Now, as lieutenant governor, I have a little bit more clout to push some issues through, Patrick said. Patrick, the departing chair of the Senate's powerful Education Committee, will be succeeded by longtime ally Paul Bettencourt in Senate District 7. An earlier version of this post misstated that Bettencourt would succeed Patrick as the chair of the education committee, which Patrick's spokesman and consultant called to correct. I'm still actually chair of education, at least until next Tuesday when Paul Bettencourt, who is taking my position at District 7 for west Harris County, takes over, but I was chair of education, Patrick told KPRC. Bettencourt, a newly-elected legislator from northwest Harris County, has maintained a long personal friendship with Patrick. The pair serve as conservative talk radio hosts together on KSEV 700. Patrick will be inaugurated on Jan. 20 at the Texas Capitol. He said Sunday that Inauguration Day, which will feature a barbecue with four tons of brisket, a concert featuring Lady Antebellum and an oath of office ceremony, required a fair bit of planning. I married off a daughter a few years ago, Patrick recalled. It's like doing a thousand weddings at once.  read more..
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