4 Signs Your Customer Service Strategy is Failing

How do you treat people who want to support your business? Do you put them on hold? Do you wait to...

Data Age Welcomes Onboard Check City, Full-Service 31-Store Chain

Data Age Business Systems, developer of PawnMaster, the industry-leading pawn management software...

Pawnbrokers 20/20 : If you fail to plan, you plan to fail

I once had a boss who used to say “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.” I never forgot that and...

Mark Your Calendar: Windows 7 Support Ends January 14, 2020

You will no longer be able to get support for your Windows 7 system post from the mid-January 2020.

The Value of Customer Relations

Relationships are built from the heart. You have to want to help others and make the world a...

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5 Things You Need For Your Small Business Infrastructure

5 Things You Need For Your Small Business Infrastructure

When you first start a business, you have your work cut out for you. Not only do you have to figure out if you have a viable product that people will actually pay you for, but you have to also find your customers, manage administrative tasks and deal with your staff,...

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10 Accounting Interview Questions to Ask Every Time

10 Accounting Interview Questions to Ask Every Time

Knowing the right accounting interview questions to ask job candidates can mean the difference between hiring a superstar and bringing the wrong person on board at your small business. We’ve identified 10 good queries to pose to job candidates the next time you have...

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Stolen games and more returned to boy

Stolen games and more returned to boy

DELAND, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - A six-year-old boy has his PlayStation games back after deputies tracked the items as well as the alleged thief. Nichole Ashley was stunned when she realized someone stole all of her son's PlayStation 4 games. Little Jordan had more than a...

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One of the oldest rules about passwords is totally wrong

One of the oldest rules about passwords is totally wrong

Your school or workplace may require you to change your password every couple months or so to keep your account safe. It's a widely-implemented security recommendation. Except it's totally wrong. The Federal Trade Commission's chief technologist, Lorrie Cranor, busted...

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