Its recommended to send the letter at least 30 days before the expiration date. The landlord may send the letter themselves or use websites like MailaLetter.com ($1.99 for 1-page). A landlord could be in a financial position to give the tenant a percentage discount on the rental for a period of time. This is a write-off of a… Read More »
As a lease agreement comes to an end, the landlord has to decide whether he wants to renew the contract or not. If the tenant pays the rent on time, takes care of the property, and has been a good renter, the landlord may decide to offer him a lease renewal letter. Issuing this letter to a tenant… Read More »
Millennials just can’t catch a break when it comes to studies. It seems like everyone from my generation on up want to study, predict, and mold behaviors based on what the millennial generation is currently involved in.
More and more companies are aiming to try and succeed online by creating high-quality content that can benefit their search rankings and improve their online performance.
Intellectual property rights, for many people, don’t ring as true as tangible property rights. But those people don’t know just how influential and important intellectual property rights can be. Many famous entertainers make a lot of money simply because they own the rights to the artistic property they’ve created – in many cases, they make enough to live… Read More »
International Recruitment – Managing H-1B and OPT Workforce As most HR professionals who hire internationally know, the H-1B visa category is one of the most useful nonimmigrant options for individuals who will be employed temporarily in the US. HR professionals are also aware of the annual cap placed on the H-1B visa, and how this cap can close… Read More »