YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR: In the push to market during a recession, sometimes reverse psychology works best. We came across a blog, not sure exactly whose, that lists seven consequences of renting a cheap limousine or chauffeured service. Operators may want to borrow from this list and remind both steady and prospective clients why pinching pennies on chauffeured transportation leads to costly hassles. -- M.R.
PENNY PINCH TIP: Want to save money for both yourself and clients? Cancel all newspaper subscriptions, except to the Wall Street Journal. Most newspaper print content is available online for free.
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