Warning Signs To Look For When Purchasing Previously-Owned Wooden Furniture From Estate Liquidation Sales

If you frequently go to sales put on by estate liquidators, you probably know that many of these sales include used wooden furniture. Very valuable pieces (especially antiques) will often come with an appraisal of the piece and a description of its condition. However, not all pieces will have this kind of evaluation. Without a professional evaluation, it may be difficult to judge the condition of the wood furniture you find.

Three Uses For Self-Storage As A Business Owner

Whether you own a small business or a medium-sized business, you might occasionally find that your available storage space is at a minimum. While it might be convenient to pack products, supplies and other goods to the ceiling in each of your rooms, the reality is that doing so can lead to a cluttered, cramped working environment. This can not only be detrimental to your staff, but it also doesn't project a professional image when you're dealing with customers.

Three Types Of Point Of Sale Systems You Can Use When You First Open Your New Store

If you are opening a new store and this is your first business, you may be wondering what types of currency you should accept and how to take payments. Your point of sale system is an integral part of your business because it processes the payments for the sale of goods. Here are three types  of point of sale systems that can help you get your business off the ground and see it into the future.

Things To Consider When Buying A Commercial Ice Machine

Your commercial ice machine is a great investment for your business. If you make the right choices when you purchase and when it comes to maintaining the machine, you will have that one machine provide you with all of the ice you need for many years. So, what do you need to look for in a quality machine and how do you maintain it? Below, you will find the answers to those questions.

How To PASS Discussing Previous Employment During Your Interview

As you are being interviewed for your next job, there will be a few questions you can guarantee your potential employer will ask. For example, you can guarantee your potential employer will want to know about your previous place of employment. Fortunately, if you can remember the acronym PASS, you will have no trouble discussing your previous employment during the interview. P is for Prepared It is vital for you to take time to plan and prepare for the interview.