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    • 1.

      Investing In Bonds For A Secured Future

      by Joseph Kenny - 2006-11-29
      There may have been more than one occasion when you might have had to borrow money from a friend: at the coffee shop, in the office, or even for the cab service. When you run out of money, borrowing i...
    • 2.

      The Sarbanes-Oxley Act Has Forced Many Companies To Review Email Retention Policies.

      by Mike Colesante - 2006-11-30
      Four years have passed since President Bush signed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and most analysts agree the law is working as larger companies are finally getting their accounting books in order.The act was...
    • 3.

      Auto Insurance - Cut Costs - Not Cover

      by Steve John Cowan - 2006-12-01
      Auto insurance is a minimum requirement for a car owner or driver in every US state, Canadian province and pretty much every country in the world. If you have a car, then auto insurance is something t...
    • 4.

      Life Insurance - The Two Types Of Whole Life Insurance Explained

      by Joe Stewart - 2006-12-04
      Life insurance is a topic that's incredibly confusing for many people. There are many terms and provisions to learn and understand before purchasing a policy and most people aren't certain what type o...
    • 5.

      Drug Abuse Keeps Emergency Rooms Hopping

      by Thomas Bay - 2006-12-07
      According to the 2004 DAWN (Drug Abuse Warning Network) report, out of nearly two million drug-related emergency room visits in 2004, almost 1.3 million were associated with drug misuse or abuse (http...
    • 6.

      Understanding Social Care Policy and Law for Nvq and Svq Candidates and Assessors

      by Chris Towland - 2006-12-11
      When staff are just starting out on their NVQ and SVQ in Health and Social Care, or when new staff who have qualified from abroad start working in the UK they can be uncertain and confused by the diff...
    • 7.

      Making Sense of the Iraq Conflict

      by John Dir - 2006-12-18
      In the media blitz to raise anti-war sentiment against the Bush Administration over the conflict in Iraq, there are some facts that are being pushed under the table which bear consideration by people ...
    • 8.

      Nuclear Power Becomes Popular Again

      by Davinos Greeno - 2006-12-21
      Construction of nuclear power plants declined following the 1986 disaster at Chernobyl. Lately, there has been renewed interest in nuclear energy from national governments, the public, and some notabl...
    • 9.

      Develop Your Organization's Power Distance Index to Attract and Retain Employees

      by Jidé Odubiyi - 2006-12-27
      Before relocating to a foreign country or culture, it is customary for the professional or executive to go through some orientation to learn how to behave and what to expect (i.e., the dos and don'ts ...
    • 10.

      Reading A Disability Insurance Policy

      by Steven Crawford - 2007-01-02
      People often make the mistake of shopping for an individual disability insurance policy the same way they would for a term life, or car insurance policy. The concept seems simply enough, "If I get dis...