Month: August 2021

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Smart Business Spending Can Also Lead To More Long-term Savings

Given the current state of the global economy and the dominant market circumstances governed by uncertainty and volatility, the notion of risk-aversion and cutting down costs is the expected response any smart business would choose. Furthermore, once we take into account the growing fears of a market correction and inflation not being “transitionary” as many …

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New U.S. Permanent Residents: Financial Pointers to Remember

If you have just been granted permanent resident status in the United States, you’ve hit a milestone. Living in the U.S. is an exciting and daunting task, especially where your financial life is concerned, but there are many ways to navigate these waters much easier. Here are some financial pointers you want to take note of …

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Ensuring Quality, Hygiene, and Sanitation in Your Ghost Kitchen

First thing’s first: what is a ghost kitchen? The ghost kitchen is not a new concept. Also called a cloud kitchen, virtual kitchen, commissary kitchen, or dark kitchen, the ghost kitchen is a professional food preparation facility for delivery-only food businesses. The idea boomed during the pandemic because customers cannot dine-in in restaurants. Since they …

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From Homemade to Commercial: What to Consider Before Mass-producing Your Baked Goods

Since the COVID-19 pandemic was hard for everyone, people turned to different kinds of comfort, including baked goods. It’s normal for people to seek comfort food when they’re stressed. And in the time of COVID-19, cookies, cakes, and pastries became the pick-me-up of many. As such, a lot of people also started their own baked …

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