Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774
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Michael Trantas, JE Feature
As most of you probably know, Microsoft will be launching its next version of the Windows operating system, called Vista, in January. The new operating system contains a large number of security and visual improvements that are guaranteed to make you say WOW! Business- and home-users will find the brand-new interface extremely helpful with the use of its integrated search...
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If you're like most people, you spend more time organizing the closet than your financial records. After all, knowing when to get rid of clothes is a lot easier than knowing the rules for how long to keep tax returns or, better yet, whether or not you should be keeping receipts and credit-card statements. Unfortunately, as identity-theft crimes continue to...
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Drew Miller, JE Feature
Many college students and new graduates leave school with more than an education. Besides their student loans, many young people graduate with thousands of dollars in credit-card debt. In fact, according to Nellie Mae, the nation’s largest student-loan provider, the average undergraduate racks up $2,200 — and the average graduate student $5,800 — in credit-card debt. Runaway credit-card debt is...
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Think about one central place where shoppers can find all the ingredients for a gourmet dinner, pick up a fresh floral centerpiece to adorn the table, and even purchase cookware and dishes to prepare and serve the meal. This possibility comes a little closer to reality with the openings of two Wegmans stores in the South Jersey area. The supermarket...
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For those of us who have experienced the stress of starting a new job, the recent experience of Ben Bernanke, the new Fed chairman, should help put that stress in perspective. Like Atlas of Greek mythology, Bernanke is balancing the short-run fluctuations of the global economy on his modest human frame. To the phrase - "You look like you have...
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