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10 Easy Tips for Digging Out Your Desk Today by Eve Abbott
... In the second "bureau" drawer, keep a calculator, a tray for expenses, business cards, or stamps; all the things you use frequently. My Action Drawer Categories: Business, Finances, Clients, Networks, Product, and Personal. Your categories are for the files that you're into on a daily basis. Keeping Your Desk Clear 1. Don't let it land on your desk unless it's an action item. Keep an inbox for mail and a 'to be filed' sorter away from your desktop.

5 Ways to Buy Cheaper Books by Morgan James
... I’m not advising that you break any copyright laws here, but sometimes if you can photocopy books, (entire out-of-copyright books, courseware packs, or relevant chapters) you will be saving yourself a ton of money. And the cheapest places to photocopy books are often not on campus. And it’s often cheaper to do it yourself rather than take it to a service. Ask a classmate to borrow the books for one day: and always return them the next day. These five hints to buy cheaper books can more than ...

Top 10 Tips When Buying Pre-paid Calling Cards by Candice Pimentel
... Be wise and use the calculator. Add the taxes and the fees that come with the card. Watch out for the very expensive international calls. Heaven forbid if you decide to dial international number and call your parents or loved ones overseas, you will realize that your talk time is speedy talk time so that you can finish your conversation. Mind boggling plans and more plans: As soon as a pre-paid calling card is chosen, the next dilemma will be, which plan to choose.

Three Key Reasons Why Your Business Needs A Dashboard by Dan Light
... No more spending days in the file room sift through pages of confusing or complicated numbers to find the needed figures, collating them and then sitting down with a calculator to create actionable information. If you’re using one of the out of the box alternatives the information is immediately available. If you’re relying on an automated spreadsheet, the information is never any older than the last time you entered the data. 3. Dashboards eliminate guesswork.

The Newest Thing in Lighting - LED Lighting and What It Can Do by Paul Forte
... have that ability though the energy savings will be on a huge scale. The traffic lights I mentioned earlier use a 10 watt LED bulb to replace a 150 watt bulb used in the past. To give you an idea how much this saves at 12.5 cents a KWH, the savings for a single bulb in one year is about $75. Pretty amazing, especially when you consider some 150,000 traffic lights across the country have been retrofitted with these new LED light bulbs. That is an energy savings of over 11 million dollars.

A Retirement Job - A Great Way to Stretch Your Retirement Savings by John Howe
... Three retirement calculators on the Net that include income from work after retirement in the calculations are the AARP Calculator , the Employee Benefit Research Institute Calculator , and the MSN Calculator . The MSN calculator is especially easy to use and is very visual so you can see the results as you change the variables. These calculators have a weakness since they ask for the amount of annual income from a job after retirement, but they do not ask for the age when that income ...

Your Way out of the Obesity Epidemic by Dave Pal
... The formula for the body fat calculator is BMI = kg/m2. The weight in kilograms is divided by the square of the height (in meters). If you have your height in inches, then multiply it with 0.00254. Similarly weight in pounds if multiplied by 0.45 is converted to kilograms. • A BMI of 19 to 24.9 is considered normal weight • A BMI of 25 to 29.9 is consideredover weight• A BMI of 30 and above is considered obese Factors that influence obesity are many and can include genetic, environmental, ...

The Stock Exchange - A Beginners Guide by Stuart Langridge
... Investing is graphs, moving averages, annual reports, company statements, calculators and work. Not so sexy. It's kind of like being an accountant but with marginally more life and a few graphs. But the great thing about investment is that in the long run, you decide whether you'll be successful or not. The harder you work at it, the luckier you will be. If you are just starting out, think about YOU first, not the market or companies. Decide on what you want to specialise on, whether the ...

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