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Quarters add up fast

by Allison Cutler | February 24, 2014 | No Comments

CanadianCurrencyThe rate of inflation has held at steady near one percent over the past year. But that doesn’t mean the costs incurred by your business have stayed the same.

Higher fuel costs, a boost in payroll, or a modest price increase by one of your key suppliers can cut into your profits. That’s why every business owner must become an expert in managing expenses.

Recently, Canada Post announced that businesses can save up to 25 cents on each and every piece mailed if they use a postage meter. That’s a quarter in your pocket on every letter, invoice, statement, payment, and notice you send to customers and prospects—every day.

With so many business owners cutting corners to save pennies, the chance to save hundreds of dollars on postage each year is an opportunity that’s too good to miss. In addition to Lettermail discounts, you can also use a postage meter to pay for parcels, which can save you 5% or more compared to retail rates. Plus, a postage meter can help you save time as well. You’ll make fewer trips to the post office, and can prepare your mail faster and more efficiently.

Remember this business mail discount is not available at any post office, so if you want to start counting quarters, learn more about affordable desktop postage meters today.

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