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New Year’s Resolution

Today I want to share my New Year’s resolution with you, which is to strive harder for improvement. Being in sales, my main focus has been to increase market share and help our clients grow. Here at Trusted Translations, Inc., we try our best to make sure that the transactions flow through a well-managed relationship, [&h

Tracking Santa

As children we made sure to be on our best behavior as our parents informed us that Santa Claus did not bring gifts to the naughty children, instead they received a lump of coal. On December 24th we would set out cookies and milk to receive Santa in our home and make sure he left […]

Squanto and Thanksgiving Day

The first American Thanksgiving dates back to the year 1621. This is when the pilgrims arrived in the New World at Plymouth Plantation. Thanks to the Native Americans, who taught them how to fish and grow corn, they were able to celebrate their first harvest. Together they prayed for a fruitful and abundant harvest.   [&he

Planning to do Business in India?

In India, Independence Day is observed annually on 15th August. It is a national holiday commemorating the nation’s freedom from British rule on 15th August 1947. This day also marks the partition of India into two countries divided along religious lines. India is considered a country of villages and essentially is a melt

The Challenges and Rewards of Becoming a Translator

Translating a text is undoubtedly not an easy task. Upon deciding how best to render it in another language, so that it is both understandable and faithful to the original, increases the complexity of the process. Many times, depending on the context, words may mean many different things. When translating, choosing one word

Let me hold a Dollar!

I was on the phone the other day contacting a client regarding a pending invoice. The company representative asked me this question, accounts payable or receivable? I was stumped, who exactly was I looking for? Do I need to get in touch with my contact and ask this question? Will I sound dim-witted? I pretended […]