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Small business owners buried in paperwork seek relief; Reduce the clutter and lower the costs with help from Cartridge World

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With autumn
underway, now is the time for small business owners to review costly
operational expenses and adjust year-end plans.

Some of the most successful entrepreneurs are buried in a mountain of
paperwork. While meticulous record-keeping is essential, it doesn’t need
to be costly or overbearing.  Norman Sobin, owner of Cartridge World - New
Providence, says that there are ways to reduce costs and simplify the
process, allowing more time and money to be spent growing the business.

Cartridge World, the largest specialty retailer of printer ink and toner
cartridges, can help reduce costs and frustrations caused by cumbersome
record-keeping procedures.

1. Don’t spend time or money creating forms. Websites such as
www.entrepreneur.com/formnet have free downloadable business form
templates, including but not limited to job applications and performance
review forms.
2. Shred unnecessary documents. As you prepare to file 2013 taxes, empty
those overstuffed filing folders and discard old and unnecessary documents
in a safe, secure manner.
3. Don’t pay the price of new, name-brand products. Buying ink and toner
cartridges from Cartridge World - New Providence saves as much as 30
percent over new name-brand products. Each cartridge is backed by a
100-percent guarantee and delivery to qualified businesses is free.
4. Print “green.” Use both sides of a page, saving money on paper and
reducing storage space needed. To further reduce pages, use free PrintEco
software. Download it at www.cartridgeworld.com/printeco.
5. Ask for help. The printing pros at Cartridge World - New Providence are
always happy to assist in troubleshooting printer issues, and can even
discuss a printing plan to help save your business hundreds. Try our
online savings calculator here: http://cartridgeworld.com/calculator.aspx.

“Small business owners juggle multiple priorities in order to operate
successful businesses. Printing should be among the easiest tasks, but
that isn’t always the reality,” said Sobin. “At Cartridge World - New
Providence, we ‘get’ small business. Like all Cartridge World stores, our
store is locally owned and operated by a small business owner, and we’re
happy to share our knowledge and expertise. Our unbiased printing
knowledge provides value beyond the typical superstore experience.”

For information about Cartridge World’s eco-friendly products or recycling
empty printer cartridges, or to learn how much a business can save on
office printing costs, visit Cartridge World - New Providence, located at
1253 Springfield Ave. in New Providence, contact owner Norman Sobin at
(908) 771-9696 or cartridgeworldnp@yahoo.com, or visit
www.CartridgeWorld.com..

Cartridge World is the world’s largest specialty ink and toner retailer in
the $80 billion printer cartridge industry. The company refills and
remanufactures printer cartridges using state-of-the-art technology, all
backed by a 100-percent satisfaction guarantee. Cartridge World stores
offer customers a cost-saving alternative, offering up to a 30-percent
discount over full-priced OEM cartridges. Voted No.1 in the category by
Entrepreneur Magazine, Cartridge World has more than 1,400 franchise
locations in 50 countries. For information, call (888) 99-REFILL or visit
www.CartridgeWorld.com.

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