Save for Retirement by Martin Lukac
... The longer you invest your money in CD's the more interest you will receive and than the interest can be rolled back into the money to receive interest on the interest money you've already earned. Set up an IRA plan with your bank investing your money to it for retirement as well. You can have a portion or all of your income tax rolled over to your IRA plan each year. Your interest that you earn can be rolled over here as well to earn more interest.
10 Quick Steps To Becoming A Google Power-User by Judith Brandy
... There’s even a language called “Bork, bork, bork!” Go find out what it is. It’s all quite interesting and will greatly expand your Google mindset. There is a lot more you can do with Google than the tips I’ve outlined. Check out my website link to their features page for a complete look at Google features. And even though they have a lot of features listed, I keep finding other ways to use Google. I think of this search engine as a creative entity constantly growing.
Buying New Car Blues by Ken Jacobsen
... You sit down in the booth…no calculator…no computers…no TV to pacify the kids…no newspaper…no nothing…and “Gus” begins asking your life story. Name, Rank and Serial Number please. 87 references…. “And no…we will never call them…it's just for the bank” is his reply. He then whips out his “4 square”…you know the one…the one by the end of the battle that has 18 different colors of “Sharpie” on it…telling you that you don't know a thing about automobiles…what they cost…and what you should pay.
The Fortune Is In the Follow Up by Mikael Karlsson
... stats, hits, visitor profiles and tracking into a monthly statistical report that will help guide you in the direction you want your website to go. SEARCH ENGINE. Visitors will want to search for specific subjects. You can offer a search engine. BULLETIN BOARD. Establish a moderated chat group where clients and photographers can discuss their specialized interest areas. GUESTBOOK. Keep a record of your visitors by offering a guest book where they can register and make comments.
How to Count Calories With Your Eyes by Marc David
... And you'll be able to see this displayed in a graph so you know if your ratios are correct (assuming you are into or have any interested in ratios). I personally don't carry around a cup or any type of measuring devices. But I know if I go out to eat that the chicken on my place is about the size of the palm of my hand.. times two .. the palm of my hand is roughly 3 ounces. I can eye ball that chicken breast and guess it's about 6 maybe 7 ounces of chicken.
23 Games to Play in the Car (or Anywhere!) by Brook Noel
... (No calculators allowed.) Games that Require a Bit of Preparation Travel Bingo:Make a bingo board with color names in the squares. Print out several on your home computer. As you drive, players place an X when they see a car of the specific color. You can add to the excitement by letting each car only be used by the first person to "call it." Try 4 corners, blackout (filing up the whole card) making an X on the card, etc. Variation: Make a "mixed" car board and include different types of ...
Mathematics - We’re Counting on Help from Parents by Barbara Snyder
... Students in advanced math classes will use calculators on a more frequent basis to save time in some of the computations. Sure they could do the computations by hand, but they can get to the heart of matter more quickly with a shortcut. The bottom line is that teachers don’t want students to take that shortcut until they have an understanding of how to do the mathematical operation (the long way) without the calculator. 5) Consider the two subjects in which student most often have homework ...
Teach Your Kids Arithmetic - The Quick-Add - Part I by Joe Pagano
... How much faster would a child come up with the answer 17, if I said “What is 10 + 7?” Now the careful analysis of the difference between 8 + 9 and 10 + 7 reveals some very interesting things, and shows how the circuitry of the brain capitalizes on some very important mathematical facts. Let us examine these. It is indeed true that 0 and 1 are two very special numbers, but for addition, 0 is the number whose special property applies here. The number 0 has the “Additive Identity Property.” ...