Thursday, November 27, 2014 Kislev 5, 5775
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
By:
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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Industry about to create a new buzz in U.S.
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
The making, drinking and sharing of wine is an ancient Jewish tradition, a familiar family custom. As one of the world's oldest sources of wine, and with very good to excellent world-class products to promote, Israeli vintners may be getting closer to bringing more of their delicious appellations to U.S. markets. But, first, they must overcome several well-intentioned but limiting...
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By:
Lauren Pound Somers, JE Feature
When a local woman needing some job-search assistance mentioned to Jerry Schneider that she had not filed her taxes for several years, he knew exactly the right tool to help her: The Benefit Bank. "This client told me she had filed her taxes in 2002, but not in 2000, 2001 or 2003," said Schneider, a job developer for the Jewish...
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Investing
By:
Fred D. Snitzer
In the overheated rhetoric that now passes for debate in our nation's capital, the oil companies of the United States have been accused by some members of Congress of committing the unpardonable sin of being too successful. Charges of "excess" profits have rained down on the heads of oil-company CEOs, who were dramatically and publicly summoned to Washington to explain...
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