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Archive for January 13th, 2016

How to Appropriate Spending on Office Supplies

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Cheaper products are made that way for a reason; they don’t last — or do they? The old saying, “you get what you pay for” has lead to many people developing an uncanny skepticism towards cheaper products and services as though they are naturally deficient and inferior. While this can certainly be the case, it is not necessarily the rule: here are a few tips and pointers to help Americans determine when to buy cheap and when to buy quality office supplies.

Personal Use

School and personal home offices alike rely on the same kinds of products more often than not. As a general rule of thumb, the amount of use you’ll have for something should correlate to a budget. Case in point: cheap spiral notebook graph paper has a more frequent tendency to rip easier (and not where you want), bleed

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Gold As Timeless as it is Beautiful

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Gold has long been used as a status symbol in human history. The practice of smelting gold began no less than 5,000 years ago in Ancient Mesopotamia and spread to historic world powers like the Egyptians and Greeks. The first historical use of gold as a currency dates back to around the 550 BC and was attributed to the reign of King Croesus of Lydia; a Roman province that now takes up most of modern-day Turkey. Following suit, as a modern-day empire, America too adopted gold as a currency.

American Gold

Since the California Gold Rush of the 1840s and 50s, Americans have been in love with the yellow metal. The Gold Standard Act of 1900 guaranteed that every U.S. dollar was equa

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