Naperville Public Library Blog
Most customers respond well to sincere attempts to address their concerns, but there are a few types of customers who are notoriously difficult for even the most accommodating service person.
Starting up a business is not as easy as turning on the “open” sign hanging in the center of a newly shined front window.
Small Business owners may be interested in Google’s new social networking community and its Helpouts page.
In April we wrote about financial literacy being a term used to denote individual capabilities to make informed personal financial decisions.
According to a recent article by Catherine Rampell, a New York Times online blogger, the average length of the interview process has nearly doubled from 12 days in 2009 to 23 days in 2013.
Writing a business plan can be a nerve-racking activity for most would-be entrepreneurs. It certainly involves a considerable amount of thought, analysis, effort and time! Perhaps upon
This term, Financial Literacy, is used quite frequently by government agencies that seek to improve the general welfare of our citizens. It is also a common ter
Is the housing market really set for a recovery? There is at least some reason for optimism.
It is not uncommon during divorce to discover that one of the spouses has been relatively uninvolved in the family’s finances. This may have been due to a lack of interest in financial matter
The increased unemployment rates of the past six years or so caused a significant spike in activities at public libraries across the United States supporting the unemployed in their efforts to find