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Make A Donation -- Get Income Tax Relief Under 80G

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 Aliza Elly (September 18, 2017)  Today there are several well-known secular, non-government organisations in India which are non-profitable and raise money for the philanthropic activities they carry out. There are events that they organise the proceeds of which are given for a good cause or corporate funding that they are able to get etc. Yet one of the most lucrative avenues is generally left untapped because of lack . (Economics)

About Us-Hendren Global Group: Top Facts

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 Hugh Hendren (February 16, 2013)  Hendren Global Group: Top Facts provides effective, efficient and two-way information services, solutions and strategies in a timely and helpful manner that assists people in achieving strategic goals. Hendren Global Group: Top Facts aims to be a part of individuals, colleagues, and or firm’s accomplishment and well as to the continuous growth in the course of this visionary .. (Economics)

Apply For Offshore Oil Rig Jobs

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 Abigail Isaiah (January 28, 2013)  Apply for offshore oil rig jobs - The high cost of oil has driven the wages of the average drilling rig jobs to the point where the number of applicants far outnumbers the number of jobs. This does not mean that there are no jobs available; it just means that you are going to have to work that much harder if you want to get hired. There are some tactics that you can use to get hired .. (Economics)

What Can Be Done To Become An Impressive SEO Professional?

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 Georgia Parks (October 25, 2012)  With the growth of technology and the shifting trends in the industry world, it is very regular to see numerous changes when it comes to selecting new graduate students and professionals. There are lots of areas to consider and one could be the experience a person gathered from the years he worked for a specific corporation. Of course, it's a huge minus for fresh graduates who just .. (Economics)

Employees - Upside Of Employment Overview

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 Abigail Isaiah (August 06, 2012)  Big and small companies alike hire temporary employees. Among economic reasons and work availability, there are others like time and space. Temporary employees sometimes seem like the perfect solution. But temporary hire services might not always prove more efficient than direct hire services. Though temporary hires are cheaper, permanent hires will prove better in the long run. There .. (Economics)

Evolution within the wealthy people China’s from purchasing LV to buying lands in Iceland

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 Jia Le (June 29, 2012)  There's unquestionably that during this era, China is wealthy in tycoons. Using the statistics produced by Hu Run, the “wealthy list” produced in China, the amount of Chinese multimillionaires is .96 million, meaning in China, for each 1400 people there's one multimillionaires. Compared to large and growing amount of these kinds, the wealthy in China today clearly haven't .. (Economics)

Research is very first stage in Essay Writing

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 Matilda Davison (May 23, 2012)  Step 1: Thorough Research Suppose you have been granted a topic, or have limited it adequate, for that reason, your original work will be to extensively examine the topic given, while you isn't going to be capable to recognize tips on how to write on the issue about which you've no clue in the least. Therefore, in order to make your essay value studying you'll have to go and research .. (Economics)

The way to Be able to write an Essay: ten Simple Steps

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 Matilda Davison (May 18, 2012)  What may make creating an essay so depressing? To understand the best way to create an essay is definitely an bothersome and aggravating system, while it isn't supposed for being therefore if you keep to the techniques and understand what needs to be accomplished, that's why you are going to recognize that crafting is absolutely a thing amusing instead of complicated by any means. The .. (Economics)

GMAT is a game - learn the tips & tricks of the sport to outsmart your competitors!

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 Vikas Jain (February 27, 2012)  The entrance exams for a management or business school tests the person's analytical and verbal skills; both are necessary to perform well in a management program and later, after completion of the course, to cope with real life business situations. The tests also require the candidate to write on topics varying from social, political issues to sports and other current affairs. The .. (Economics)

Mobile Application And Its Future Trends

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 Rajesh Kumar (February 23, 2012)  Mobile applications are in great stipulate today. Most operating systems have come up with their possess app stores and have revved up competition too. Research giant Gartner available in the recent report that in the coming trends for portable mobile applications, money transfer would top the list of priorities while others were Mobile Payment, Near Field message and Location based .. (Economics)

Books or Ebooks Which one is Best

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 Tarun Kumar (December 22, 2011)  Books or e-books, both formats are almost similar. You read a book both ways. The text is the important thing, not the medium. Books or e-books doesn’t enhance our understanding of the subject matter just our experience. Let us consider the pros and cons of both of them. Classic paper books are cheap, easily portable and do not strain our eyes. Moreover, they don’t used .. (Economics)

Health Care Reform and Medical Malpractice Insurance

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 Maria Palma (December 21, 2010)  The President of the United States recently signed into law a new health care system which will give many Americans access to the health care that they need. This new law provides health care to millions of people, but does it help reduce the high cost of medical malpractice insurance? Malpractice insurance covers a medical professional in the case of a lawsuit by a patient due to .. (Economics)

Fishing Tourism Puts Millions into Costa Rica Economy

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 Hailey York (November 01, 2010)  Few industries in Costa Rica are as lucrative or as attractive as the fishing tourism industry, according to recent studies, and the popularity of sport fishing in this attractive tropical region continues to grow. Statistics generated in a 2009 study of the Costa Rican fishing tourism industry indicate that over 283,000 anglers visited the country this past year, spending millions on .. (Economics)

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 Jane Simi (October 21, 2010)  You can easily point of sale or the company’s Web site, where it is offered to you at huge discounts easily werden. Sie quality Moncler outelt for you and your family by paying a very small amount. This type of clothing Moncler give you the opportunity to stay in the world Moncler luxury, comfort and Mode. Wir save you more than 49%, Moncler Moncler jackets, Moncler jackets, .. (Economics)

Singapore’s expats earn highest income: Survey

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 Roger Lee (October 18, 2010)  A survey conducted by HSBC unveils that Singapore’s expatriate population earns the highest income in the world as compared to their counterparts in other countries. The Expat Explorer survey commissioned by HSBC bank shows that Singapore is the ideal destination for expats who aspire to earn the highest income. 45% of the Singapore-based expats included in the survey earned over .. (Economics)

How to Improve the US Economy - A Political Perspective

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 Thomas Sullivan (October 04, 2009)  Many people like to talk about the US economy and the direction our country is heading under the Obama administration. This article provides a more pragmatic examination from a political perspective, of how an improvement of the US economy can be achieved. The information presented here is based on the premise that in the end, it is the American people who know what is best for .. (Economics)

The Safety Nets Are in Place - Sleep Well Tonight

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 Bill Broich (January 26, 2009)  The stock market is out of control.  The CEOs salaries are out of control.  The hedge funds are losing money. What options does that leave for the safety investors? Where can we invest our money to insure it will not lose value? A bigger question is this: Who can you trust? If safety and security are your goals I think you have three choices.         US Treasuries .. (Economics)

Fair Trade Fortnight - Changing the World With Your Shopping Basket

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 Nicholas Watson (January 25, 2009)  Did you know that in February you're more likely to bump into someone in a banana costume than at any other time of year? This isn't because there's an annual banana man conference held in February, but because of something called Fair Trade Fortnight. Perhaps you've never bumped into a banana on legs. But chances are you've heard of two confusing things called Free Trade and Fair .. (Economics)

Amazing Christian Stimulus Plan!

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 Michael Tummillo (January 23, 2009)  I must confess that, these days, I haven't been able to get a certain woman out of my mind. No, it's not what you think. You may have heard of her. She's known as the Widow of Zarephath and she can be found in 1 Kings chapter 17. I can't stop thinking about the way that God prospered this woman in the midst of a great famine - a famine to which she had resigned herself that she and her . (Economics)

Hyper Inflationary Dollars - Chasing A Shrinking Gold Supply

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 Kevin A. Demeritt (January 22, 2009)  To get this disturbing concept into your brain, think of a shark frenzy. At first, there's this one shark chewing on a freshly killed tuna. Smelling the blood, a bunch of other sharks immediately join the feast. In no time, fifty, maybe a hundred crazed sharks show up, each having an increasingly tough time getting their snouts in there enough to take a bite of this rapidly shrinking .. (Economics)

What Can America Do to Get Past Our Current Credit Crisis?

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 Bob Randooke (January 21, 2009)  Now that we have gotten past all of the hoopla about the inauguration and we have our new president, will he let our economy keep declining rapidly or will he institute the biggest fix in the history of the United States? I don't know if any president has ever come into office with the daunting tasks that Obama has in front of it but let's hope he can rise to the occasion during the .. (Economics)

Gold - The Key to Financial Freedom and Security

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 David I MacGregor (January 21, 2009)  There are two levers of power that governments never consider giving up - and these are: 1. The state controls education. It is compulsory. It teaches what the state mandates (whether delivered by public or private schools). It is a means of ensuring all citizens grow up with the right mindset - i. e. predisposed towards the very idea of big government, social welfare, taxation, war. In . (Economics)

It is Different This Time - Not!

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 Lawrence D Roberts (January 21, 2009)  Each time the general public creates an asset bubble, they believe the rally in prices is justifiable by fundamentals. When proven methods of valuation demonstrate otherwise, people invent new ones with the caveat, “it is different this time. " It never is. In every asset bubble people will claim the prices are supported by fundamentals even at the peak of the mania. Stock .. (Economics)

Credit Crunch - Why Did We Have It?

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 Lawrence D Roberts (January 21, 2009)  In 2007, the financial markets were abuzz with talk of a “credit crunch. " It was portrayed as some unusual and unpredictable outside force like an asteroid impact or a cold winter storm. However, it was not unexpected, and it was not caused by any outside force. The credit crunch began because borrowers were unable to make payments on the loans they were given. When lenders .. (Economics)

Unemployment and Residential Real Estate Markets

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 Lawrence D Roberts (January 21, 2009)  Prior to the Great Housing Bubble, house price declines had only been associated with economic downturns and increases in unemployment. As people lost jobs, they lost their ability to make house payments, and many lost their homes in foreclosure. Unemployment is devastating to housing markets. When the economy softens, wage growth slows down as employers are less able to pay higher .. (Economics)

Rescue the Market

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 Alvin Santos (January 21, 2009)  The financial crisis of 2008 swept through the global markets like a raging wildfire. In its wake the economic upheaval left millions unemployed, thousands of companies bankrupt or failing, banks in disarray and the global economy on the brink of total collapse. The economic crisis has forever changed the landscape of Wall Street - once the mighty titans of the stock market - investment . (Economics)

Economic Stimulus - A Garden Hose on a Forest Fire

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 Dennis Tubbergen (January 21, 2009)  While some may consider it in appropriate to write an article like this shortly after Inauguration Day while the ‘warm fuzzies’ still abound - the headlines relating to the world economy continue to tell a story of a system overloaded with debt and politicians trying to solve the problem by getting banks to lend more money. Although to be fair, it's not just US politicians - . (Economics)

The View From Outside the Box - Economic Stimulus

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 Tim Langley (January 21, 2009)  In the midst of our current “economic crisis", we've elected a new President and an activist Congress. The question on everyone's mind is “What will the Government do to stimulate the economy?" The premise with the prevailing angst over the recession is that Government can help us out of this (or any) recession by extending jobless benefits, jobs programs and financial .. (Economics)

Economic Recession Calls For Change

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 Frances Van Den Berg (January 20, 2009)  Whenever there is a crisis people change and evolve in many ways. Consider the effects that the end of the Second World War had on the world's superpowers. Technology improved in leaps and bounds, man went to the moon, and eventually computers were introduced worldwide. Germany and Ireland built themselves from the ground up, moving from devastation to among the richest countries in the . (Economics)

FMEA and the Credit Crunch!

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 Roger Thorpe (January 20, 2009)  Do you or your company experience any of the following? Costly customer complaints. Recurring customer complaints. Processes that are unreliable. A loss of control of your processes periodically. Avoidable rework. Scrap. Slow running process. If you have answered yes to any of these then you should read on! In the past businesses have managed with what was considered an .. (Economics)

UK Businesses Feeling the Credit Pinch

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 Daniel Goodwin (January 20, 2009)  One in five UK accountants have confirmed that their clients have been refused credit or had funding restrictions imposed in the light of the credit crunch. The findings, from a survey conducted by Invoice and Asset Based Lender, Venture Finance, provide the first real evidence that UK SMEs are starting to feel the effects of the well-documented economic downturn. Venture's research .. (Economics)

Can President Obama Turn Around the Economy?

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 Stephan Teak (January 20, 2009)  January 20, 2009 represented a fundamental historical moment of significance by any measure. The first African-American President was sworn into office. He faces a staggering number of expectations. The question is whether he can meet them, particularly when it comes to the economy. Has a President every entered office facing more hurdles, yet been expected to solve them all with the .. (Economics)

The Fed Plays a Dangerous Game With Deflation

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 Stephan Teak (January 20, 2009)  For years, the Federal Reserve Bank has given its all to keep inflation under control by moderating the economic growth of the United States through the control of money lending rates. For the first time in a long time, deflation is an issue and the “Fed" is playing a dangerous game with it. Inflation is the increase in prices on products and things we purchase in our daily .. (Economics)

Keeping Hope Alive

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 Cherryl Hanson-Simpson (January 19, 2009)  Since the start of 2009, we have been focusing on the importance of having a positive outlook despite the negative economic forecasts. Some may argue that positivity can't change reality, and that the global financial crisis will present serious challenges no matter what we say or believe. Making a determined effort to concentrate on what you want to achieve in your life, instead of .. (Economics)

The Economy is a Who, Not a What

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 Joyce Shafer (January 19, 2009)  My opinion is that the reason the economy appears as it does right now is because some forgot something basic: Many of us allowed ourselves to be led away from seeking and creating what wealth, success, and fulfillment is for each of us and focused on doing what will make others perceive that we have these, as though anyone's opinion about us and our life experience but our own has more . (Economics)

I Must Be an Idiot

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 Terry L Miller (January 19, 2009)  Ok, I must be stupid! I have been looking at the bailout for awhile now and come to one conclusion. I am either and idiot or I am clearly looking at things the wrong way. I post a tax plan that would raise 7 Trillion a year and eliminate all income taxes, yet no one bit. Now the bailout number of 700 billion is out there and I am confused again. Here is the way I see it. Population of .. (Economics)

Looking Ahead to Q1 of 2009

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 Jose Roncal (January 19, 2009)  We've all heard the old adage, “it's always darkest before the dawn. " But exactly when can we expect things to lighten up? There's so much paranoia and mistrust with a stock market in the tank and so many businesses already filing, or preparing to file, for bankruptcy, that while peering into the darkness, we see less than promising news for the first quarter of 2009. Retailers .. (Economics)

An Economic Plan to Generate Employment

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 Ashok Malhotra (January 19, 2009)  The rising rates of unemployment have become a major concern of the developed economies this year. Different economists and political leaders are proposing several plans ranging from tax cuts for small business to large infrastructure spending by governments. A new plan is suggested here. A grass roots approach is to encourage viable small businesses to grow and increase the number of .. (Economics)

The International Monetary Fund Since 1970 - From Bad to Worse

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 David Jon Young (January 16, 2009)  Between the Bretton Fields agreement in 1944 and the 1960's the International Monetary Fund used a gold standard pegged to the United States dollar as the basis for international trade. Britain got itself into all sorts of financial trouble that caused havoc with the official price of gold. Speculation in gold pushed unofficial prices upwards to the extent that official where too low .. (Economics)

Which Pin Will Burst the Treasury Bond Bubble?

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 Simit R. Patel (January 16, 2009)  According to the Ka-Poom Theory, bubbles always find black swan events - “pins" to pop them and cause a market panic. And as John Mills, a historian of market panics, said, “Panics do not destroy capital; they merely reveal the extent to which it has been destroyed by its betrayal into hopelessly unproductive works. " So what will be the pin that pops the Treasury bubble, .. (Economics)

US Economy and Low Interest Rates

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 A. Pens (January 16, 2009)  Low interest rates can be very helpful when you are in the market for a home or an auto loan. An overwhelming number of houses on the market combined with a lack of home buyers along with low interest rates are making this a home buyer's market. Low interest rates are sweeping the market and some home buyers are taking advantage of these low interest rates to refinance their mortgages. .. (Economics)

A Historical Perspective on the Credit Crunch

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 Carolyn Sheppard (January 15, 2009)  I was reading the BBC History magazine the other day and, in particular, an article on the credit crunch of the 13th century. Yes, we had a credit crunch then! King Edward had loans from Italy to finance wars and. . . well, it's complicated, but the end result was a credit crunch in England. Then, as today, there was international finance, politics and intrigue and consequences of dire .. (Economics)

Hundred of Thousands Won't Survive Financially in 2009

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 Jennifer Quirk (January 15, 2009)  As the new year arrives, and many of us a promising ourselves we're going to succeed in our resolutions and make 2009 the best year yet, we still have a dark financial reality to face up to. The latest news from the mortgage representative companies is hardly the shining news we had hoped for with the new year. Experts are expressing a deep concern because an estimated 500,000 people .. (Economics)

Your Bank is Broke and Needs a Bailout, Here's What You Need to Do

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 Jimmy Wilson (January 15, 2009)  Do not take all of your money out of the bank. A run on the big banks has already happened, of sorts. You see contrary to 5 months ago, August 2008, when the president and congress tried to assure us that the economy was fine and progressing, we've all heard differently since that time. So, what happened in such a short period of time? Well, the previous news that the economy was good, .. (Economics)

Back to the Future - Citigroup

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 Hans Bool (January 15, 2009)  Understanding the future of the financial industry is understanding what is going on now. And where we are coming from. In 1998 one of the largest mergers in the financial history took place between Citibank and Travelers group. From a distance that merger looked quite simple between a bank and an insurance company, but both companies were much more complex already at that time. The .. (Economics)

Want Not, Waste Not - Back to the Basics

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 Angela M. Johnson (January 15, 2009)  We live in the age of technology.  We (our generation) have gotten so technologically savvy as we have mastered shortcuts, efficiency and convenience to an art form, we have also mastered to undo generations of genius and tradition. What brought on this sudden epiphany you ask? I was grocery shopping today at the local Albertsons and I stumbled across inflation. A loaf of bread has .. (Economics)

Your Recession Survival Tactics Explained

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 Bill Roth (January 15, 2009)  Economic recession may be a new term in your ears but in essence, it is actually a common economic term used to refer to the slowing down of economy. You see, a country's economy follows a natural cycle. Sometimes it's up and sometimes it's down. You just don't realize that it's happening because it has not gone this bad since the wall street crash decades before. Now, the United States . (Economics)

What's in $700,000,000,000?

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 Nick Tart (January 15, 2009)  WOW! Seven-hundred billion dollars. Enough money to cover every square inch of the 102 floors of the Empire State Building with $100 bills, 280 times. Enough money to buy every person in America over the age of one a brand new iPhone G3, 5 times. Enough money to provide every single person in Africa with two meals a day for 140 days. Did America really make 700 billion dollars worth of .. (Economics)

Gov Bailout

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 Steve McAloon (January 15, 2009)  Today the Senate gave the OK to release the bailout funds as requested by Barrack Obama two days ago. Looks like the Senate is on Barracks side already. But the question remains the same; even after a $350 Billion dollar pay out nothing has changed in the housing market, so where is the money going? Banks are being told repeatedly to ‘ start lending’ but up until now still . (Economics)

Global Recession and Its Impact on Your Moving Abroad Plans

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 Paul M Allen (January 14, 2009)  For many people Spain epitomizes the moving abroad dream: a country that offers the prospect of year-round sunshine, lower living costs and a more relaxed pace of life. Not surprising then that year after year Spain has proven to be one of the most popular destinations for expatriates from around the world, with 10% of its 45 million population now made up of foreign nationals. Yet .. (Economics)




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