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Using other people’s money

Sometimes we need to expand our business to make our lives easier, but this can be costly. Sometimes it’s necessary to borrow money to buy a new machine or remodel a kitchen. But do you qualify for a loan? Here, Gary Cerasi, CPA, owner of Creative Business Strategies, discusses how to improve your chances—and get the best...

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Here’s how Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa can create gorgeous wedding looks, without the stress

You could definitely say love is in the air at Cory’s Hair Studio & Day Spa.If you stop in on any given Saturday, the salon is swept up in wedding day excitement. “Every Saturday in our salon, we have brides getting ready for the big day, especially right now in the fall,” says salon owner and stylist Corinne Calabro. “And when you add...

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With golf course or lake views and homes starting in the $300,000s, there’s never been a better time to start over—in Mallards Edge

The hardest decision when building a home in Mallards Edge is choosing between a lake or golf course view. It’s like picking between an Audi and a Mercedes. There is no wrong choice. They both are highly coveted. A planned community of freestanding single-family homes skirting Mallard Creek Golf Club, Mallards Edge’s new phase consisting...

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Here’s why Roofsmith Restoration is one of the top-ranked contractors—in America

When Roofsmith Restoration founder Mike Farist isn’t crawling around on a roof inspecting shingles, you might find him on the phone helping with an insurance adjuster or at the post office mailing another damaged shingle to another industry laboratory. When it comes to getting his clients’ new roofs covered by insurance, this man is...

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Here’s how to get your sweat on—for free at the Fitness Center at University Hospitals Avon Health Center

There is no denying that sweat gets a bad rap, but it actually is a good thing. Working up a sweat means you are physically purging toxins from your body and regulating your body temperature. On average, humans sweat almost 300 gallons each year, with the feet excreting as much as half a pint of moisture a day. With more than two million...

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