Texas Holiday Travel Tips

Holidays and other special occasions often mean long-distance trips to visit family and friends. The holidays can be especially hectic times and getting from one end of Texas to the other can be a real challenge. Unfortunately, many holiday travelers dread rather than joyfully anticipate such treks.

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Stop Missing Payment By Using A Charge Cycle Solution

The health care industry can be pretty complicated with all of the medical codes, procedures, and paperwork that is involved in the process. Due to all of these moving parts, it’s easy for many practices to have an inaccurate view of how many patients have outstanding bills, as well as having little transparency into patient disputes due to bad medical code entry.  Like any business, you can’t stay in business unless you are being paid regularly and on time, so here are a few tips on how to improve that situation.

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Surprisingly Logical Gifts for Guys

Sometimes the hardest person to shop for during the holidays is dear old dad. Not just because the tool shed is already bursting at the seams or last year’s set of golf clubs are still untouched, but the man doesn’t show any noticeable excitement concerning presents. Whether it’s your dad, a father-in-law, an uncle, grandpa, or any other guy in your life, here are a few gift ideas that are worth a try.

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Find a Quality Mechanic for You and Your Vehicle

People may spend hours a day in your car, and for many, it’s almost a second home. It provides transportation, shelter, and oftentimes a place to eat and be with family while sprinting from one appointment or game to the next. Taking care of your vehicle is critical not only to the safety of you and your family but also for general peace of mind. Having a good working relationship with your mechanic can save you stress, time and money. So, be proactive and find a good mechanic before you need one. Here are three things to look for when finding a quality mechanic.

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