Financial Planners by Dan Noyes
... Mind you, financial planning is necessary for each and every one of us – we often make the mistake of thinking that only big spenders or the super-rich need financial planners! The truth of the matter is, financial planning is a way of life, something you acquire as a lifelong habit. Financial planners can make this easy for you, as quite often, money management becomes arduous and complicated if your know-how on finance is weak. What’s more, financial planners are adept at tailoring ...
History of the Computer - Computers and Technology by Michael Cooper
... Mainframe computers were extremely large sized modules and had the capabilities of processing and storing massive amounts of data in the form of numbers and words. Mainframes were the first types of computers developed in the 1940's. Users of these types of computers ranged from banking firms, large corporations and government agencies. They usually were very expensive in cost but designed to last at least five to ten years. They also required well educated and experienced manpower to be ...
Retirement Calculators - Before and After Retirement by John V. W. Howe
... If you plan to work after retirement and the calculator does not allow for income from a retirement job, your retirement financial projections will be off by a mile. Income from a retirement job can have a very positive impact on your retirement finances. While researching retirement calculators on the Internet, we found three (there may be more) that include income from work after retirement. These are listed at the end of the article so keep reading.
How Do I Know If I've Been Bugged? by Monty Henry
... How would you like the plans for the corporate takeovers you're planning to become public knowledge? Would copies of your product designs be of any use to your competitors? Would it be beneficial for your competitors to know how much you're quoting for the same project? 4. People seem to know your activities when they shouldn't. 5. You have noticed strange sounds or volume changes on your phone lines. This is commonly caused by an amateur eavesdropper when they attach a wiretap, or activate ...
How to Set (and Get) the Right Prices by Jay Lipe
... Sensing this, buyers will negotiate harder and the resulting price reductions will cut into your margins. Instead, think about coupling price discounts to the buyer with equivalent reductions in your offering. For example, you could say “OK I can lower my price to $15, but I’ll have to reduce our warranty period from five years to two.” Sure, pricing is a financial decision. But it has wide ranging impact on your positioning, your selling efforts and your product offering.
History of World / Regional Search Engines and Directories by Julie Wartes
... The company is a strategic alliance between American Online, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Time Warner and RBC Royal Bank, the personal and commercial banking division of RBC Financial, one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies. This alliance took place on July, 1999. The company operates three interactive online services tailored to the Canadian marketplace, AOL English and French services, CompuServe and Netscape Online as well as several leading ...
Maximize Your Priorities by Brian Tracy
... Maintain your balance in life by setting priorities in the areas of your health, your personal relationships, and your financial goals. 3. Make the commitment to improve those aspects of your life that are most important to you. If you're in sales, learn how to be an excellent salesperson. If you're a parent, learn how to be an outstanding mother or father. The power is always on the side of the person with the best practical knowledge. 4. Be sure to take the time to do your work right the ...