Office supplies, from printer cartridges to pens and paper clips, are an expense that church administrators often take for granted and seldom keep under control. Industry estimates show that the average church office consumes at least $500 worth of office products each year. Even in today’s economic environment, gaining control of these expenses is not difficult. (more…)
Compared to office furniture and equipment, office supplies seem like a minor expense. But billions of dollars are spent by U.S. business every year on office supplies. If you do not manage and control your office supply expenditures, these lesser purchases can start to add up very quickly.
Not so long ago your only option to purchase office supplies was at a locally owned and operated office supply store. With the advent of the internet and big box retail stores the game has changed. Here are several strategies to help you save money on office supplies. (more…)
Whether you have a small home office or a huge corporate firm, the expense of running an office can be huge. Here are sixteen ways to trim your costs.
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With everything else you spend money on for your business, the purchase of office supplies may seem like small change. It’s not. Every year, businesses spend billions of dollars on office products. Left unchecked, these expenses—on items ranging from pens and paper clips to staples and print cartridges—can significantly cut into your annual profit margin.
Here are tips for keeping these costs under control: (more…)
Office supplies are indispensible things that must be acquired to guarantee that an office runs easily and effectively. Nonetheless, that doesn’t imply that those supplies must cost a fortune. (more…)