Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774
By:
Craig G. Langweiler- JE Feature
With the start of a new year, now's a good time to look at some of the numbers, weigh some of the statistics, and understand where the gains and losses came from during the past fiscal year. The S&P 500 stock index was up 4.9 percent in 2005, less than half of the 10.4 percent average return achieved over the...
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Imagine losing your computer or PDA, and not having any of the information backed up. How long would it take you to reconstruct that information? What would you do in the meantime? Losing your personal information is devastating enough, but now imagine that you're a businessperson whose company has been hit by a natural or human-made disaster, destroying all your...
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Andrew Lasner, JE Feature
Buying a home without getting a CLUE can land you in deep trouble. CLUE stands for the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange. A CLUE report contains consumer claim information provided by the insurance companies. It includes policy information such as name, date of birth and policy number; claim information, such as date of loss, type of loss and amounts paid; and...
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As 2005 wraps up, why these kinds of funds may suit your needs
If market uncertainty makes you skeptical about investing, consider mutual funds, explains the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. In mutual funds, your money is pooled with money from many other investors with similar or mutual goals. Professional money managers invest the money in stocks, bonds and a number of other securities. Each investor owns shares in the fund, and...
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Wired
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Michael Trantas, JE Feature
In today's ever-growing IT industry, business computer systems are growing by leaps and bounds. Very soon, enterprises will find themselves out of space and their IT budgets out of money unless they proactively implement server consolidation. Sure, the words "server consolidation" sound simple enough, but the actual act of completing a project like this is more laborious than most think...
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