Carol Bashington's Blog (23)

Start Saving Early for Your Child’s College Education

The word college is synonymous with costs because if it’s not all the textbooks you require, it’s a laptop and the actual college fees. The increasing cost for higher education is beyond many people’s reach, so just how are you going to pay for your tuition fees, whether you opt for on-line tuition or whether you opt to attend a regular college? 


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Added by Carol Bashington on December 13, 2020 at 4:36pm — No Comments

Does Medicare for All Include an Education Bonus?

The concept of universal Medicare is one that’s divisive at best. Some say it’s a good thing because it would give even the country’s most disadvantaged citizens access to good healthcare. 

However, there’s also concern about how the government would be able to pay for it and whether or not it would enable access to decent health care.

The Financial Cost of Medicare for…


Added by Carol Bashington on December 12, 2020 at 9:35pm — No Comments

5 Tips on How to Train New Employees to Handle Customers with Care

They say that good help is hard to find, and when it comes to call centers the saying does hold some water, but that does not have to be the norm. As a business owner, you have a particular vision and standard that you want to uphold.

The problem is that not all of your employees share the same vision. Training the people who work on the front lines and deal directly with customers is extremely important. That is…


Added by Carol Bashington on December 9, 2020 at 11:00pm — No Comments

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