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Save Money on Tax Credits - Because our world moves at an extremely high rate of speed these days with many changes taking place quickly it is hard to know...

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    Investment being a very commonly heard term nowadays, every one knows some thing or the other about the basic points of investment. But what we all get to hear frequently is the investment in the trading market, or investing in stocks, mutual funds or bonds. But to the folks who never heard of it before, here is a shocker. All investments need not be limited to stocks, bonds and mutual funds. There are investment options beyond this trinity too. You just need to know about them that is all. The...

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    Heavy Industry – Heavy industry refers to businesses that manufacture and/or distribute “heavy” in weight commodities such as steel, iron, oil, railways, and machinery.  Heavy industry can also mean products that are “heavy” in production processes such as chemicals.  In more recent times, the term has had a much more negative connotation because of how detrimental the industry’s products are to the environment.  A majority of the products in the heavy industry contribute a great deal to the earth’s pollution.  Generally, the heavy industry is very capital and resource intensive...

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    Credit card processing fees are the fees charged by credit card companies and the card processors every time a transaction is made. These fees are not paid by the consumer, but by the business accepting the credit card as part of the arrangement to use their services. Credit card processing fees are established as part of a contract between the business and the credit card company when it is decided that the business will allow customers to use credit cards. Since consumers with credit cards tend to spend more than those...

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    City college courses can simply mean taking courses in a city but it is often referred to certain colleges in the United States and elsewhere which call themselves City College. For example, there is City College Norwich, in the UK that offers city college courses, there is a City College in Australia and a few City Colleges all over the United States. It can get confusing if all you know is that you want to take city college courses but you don't necessarily want to take them in your own...

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    Green mutual funds is an investment in domestic small, and medium-cap companies that believe they are reasonably priced and offer potential for future growth. Green mutual funds are a no-load, open-end fund with a capped expense ratio of 1.45%. While green mutual funds are technically a recent fund, it converts from a common trust fund. Green mutual funds are allowable to give performance statistics from their 1994 start date. Potential financiers should understand that common trust funds are not subject to certain investment limitations, diversification requirements and other restrictions. It...

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Letter Of Intent – This is also known and abbreviated as an LOI. It contains the very confirmation of motivations, intentions, aims, goals, objectives, meaning and purpose, in writing. Fixed, focused and direct, they can be used to great success in things like abeyance, corporate actions, mergers, hostile takeovers, or...

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