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 Tips to Keep Your Tax Records Secure; Protect Yourself from Identity Theft If you’re still keeping old tax returns and receipts stuffed in a shoe box stuck in the back of the closet, you might want to rethink that approach. The IRS has teamed up with state revenue departments and the tax industry to make […]

Thursday, April 23, 2015 Maple Shade Library (New Jersey) Does this sound familiar: I know I need help organizing but who do I ask and what questions should I ask? It’s all such a mess, I am embarrassed to have people visit me (even a Professional Organizer)! I’m not a hoarder but what do I […]

February is National Time Management Month – NAPO Helps Put Time on Your Side Excerpted from an article at www.napo.net. If the hustle and bustle of work, family, friends — and life in general — is bogging you down, let the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) help to better manage your time. During the […]

“Help! I can’t stand it anymore! My office is a disaster. Papers are piled everywhere. I don’t know where things are. I don’t know what supplies I have until I run out. My bulletin boards have announcements for events that happened two years ago attached to them. I’m behind on my work and I hate […]

According to Natalie Kostelni – Reporter-Philadelphia Business Journal, “King of Prussia is undergoing a building boom. A dozen projects in a range of sizes are in the works along the Route 202 Corridor and other parts of Upper Merion, according to a tally by the King of Prussia District. “ Why is this exciting news for […]

We all have too much paper in our lives. Diane, who is the business manager at RieOrganize! tells the following story: “I have always had a fairly high tolerance for paper clutter before I reach my limit and, even then, it’s often not a conscious decision to sort through everything –

Before opening my Professional Organizing business, RieOrganize! I worked for 11 years in a synagogue school.  At the end of each school year, each child was supposed to bring all of their school supplies home with them.  Guess how many actually did?  Do you want to make a friend of your child’s next year’s teacher?

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