Friday, December 19, 2014 Kislev 27, 5775

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Cantor David F. Tilman, JE Feature
Boyer College of Music and Dance at Temple University, long considered a major national school for training artists, is a proper home for the esteemed Eduard Schmieder, who just assumed the position of the Laura H. Carnell Professor of Violin. Schmieder comes to Boyer after occupying academic chairs at numerous universities in Texas and Los Angeles. He is also the...
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A key decision taxpayers face when filing is whether to take the standard deduction or to itemize on their tax returns. Here are some answers: The standard deduction is a flat amount established by the IRS that you deduct from your adjusted gross income. When you itemize, you deduct your actual qualified deductions. The best method depends on how much...
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Andrew Lasner, JE Feature
Prior to actual closing day -- whether you're seller or buyer -- there are several things you should do to be certain that your real estate transaction will close on time, and that everything will go smoothly. A day or two before closing, you should review your final closing statement, commonly called the HUD-1 Statement. The HUD-1 is a form...
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Rita Bryan, JE Feature
You may decide that you're going to start exercising for a number of reasons, many of which may be "cosmetic" in nature. You may want to lose weight quickly, look better in your clothes and improve your overall appearance. Most of us know that we "should" exercise, so if it's something "we have to do," we may as well get...
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A gene variation that helps people live into their 90s and beyond also protects their memories, and the ability to think and learn new information, according to a study published recently in Neurology, the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The gene variant alters the cholesterol particles in the blood, making them bigger than normal. Researchers believe that...
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