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Scholarships For College Tuition: Click here for a list of scholarships that are offered in your state.

Finance Topic of the Month: Tithe to your own financial health: The first check you write each month should be to your.......

Investing Wisely: A Keogh Plan is a retirement plan that you may be set up if you are self employed with net earnings after gross income is........

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Getting a college education has become very expensive. Click here for a list of grants that can help you pay your tuition costs.

Social Security: Start padding your Social Security income as early as possible. It will make a big difference when........

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Real Estate (Drug Houses)

Your home may have been used as a drug house in the past?

When you sell a home, or other property, it is your responsibility to disclose material facts about it. One very important fact that many people neglect to disclose is that their home was once used as a drug house to grow marijuana plants, manufacture illicit methamphetamines (meth), or for the sale of cocaine and/or other illegal narcotics.

Most people think of drug houses as run down, dilapidated old structures with broken windows, caved in roofs and floors and in need of major repairs. They conjure up images eye sores that are run down and neglected with gang bangers and drug addicts hanging around. But that isn't always the case.

You may live in what you think is a safe and sound neighborhood with the most pleasant and peaceful neighbors you could ever want. If you only knew what is really going on in some of those homes, you would probably not feel so good about your surroundings.

Your next door neighbor may be a major drug dealer who is going out of his way to keep a low profile and is doing a good job of blending in. Drug dealers and other criminals are finding that it is prudent for them to move into quiet middle class and upscale neighborhoods and not bring attention to themselves or their illegal businesses.

You may be surprised at what drug houses really look like today and where they are located. Many are operated in the most beautiful, well kept neighborhoods around........

 

"Business is a good game--lots of competition and a minimum of rules. You keep score with money."
~Nolan Bushnell~

 

Is Social Security Still A Good Idea?

Although some people criticize it, Social Security is a very important source of income for many senior citizens and disabled people.

Without a doubt, Social Security has had a positive impact on the lifestyles of millions of Americans since President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law in 1935. Without the income and other services that Social Security provides, many seniors and disabled people would be destitute and have to live their lives in poverty. Although the program is far from being perfect, it provides a much needed life line to those who are elderly or are no longer able to work.

Over the years, though, some have said that Social Security is no more than a massive government run operation that doesn't live up to the ideals that it was created for. They say that Social Security is running out of money, that it doesn't benefit those who pay the most into it, and the people who get the majority of the benefits are low income wage earners.

Headlines scream that Social Security will soon go broke and our children and grandchildren will be stuck with paying off the massive debt that it is creating. For many people, this doesn't make sense and is highly unacceptable. What has happened is that in years past, workers at every........

 

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The Carolina Panthers

The dream of having a pro football franchise in Charlotte started on July 16, 1987, when businessman Jerry Richardson, a former professional football player with the Baltimore Colts, met in Charlotte with a group of interested parties to talk about how much money it would cost to enter a multi-city competition for two NFL franchises.

After a year of planning, Carolinas' bid was bolstered by the addition of Hall of Fame and former Seattle Seahawks general manager/head coach Mike McCormack to........

 

 

"Behold the turtle: He only makes progress when he sticks his neck out."
~William E. Lecky~


 

BUSINESS ADVENTURES

This business classic is an insightful and engaging look into corporate and financial life in America
by John Brooks

What do the $350 million Ford Motor Company disaster known as the Edsel, the fast and incredible rise of Xerox, and the unbelievable scandals at General Electric and Texas Gulf Sulphur have in common? Each is an example of how an iconic company was defined by a particular moment of fame or notoriety.

These notable and fascinating accounts are as relevant today to understanding the intricacies of corporate life as they were when the events happened.

Stories about Wall Street are infused with drama and adventure and reveal the machinations and volatile nature of the world of finance.

John Brooks’s insightful reportage is so full of personality and critical detail that whether he is looking at the astounding market crash of 1962, the collapse of a well-known brokerage firm, or the bold attempt by American bankers to save the........




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