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Ditch Your Car - If you live in a community where everything is within a reasonable distance, you need to ask yourself why you are driving a car, which when...

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Piggyback Registration Rights - When a Company wishes to make an offering of new securities of stock on the markets the shares are registered in the name of the exact owner with his or her address. When these are sold the new owner must register with name and address. Registered shares allow the issuers to always know who their shareholders are. This avoids the likelihood of unexpected surprises with active investors. In the event that a company that has previously offered share desires to make a new offering, the existing stockholders have the right to register and sell his or her unregistered stock at the same time.

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Definition: A short-term debt obligation issued by the government to finance government activities.  These are commonly referred to as "T-Bills."  They are usually issued in maturities of one, three, or six months.Advice: T-bills are zero-coupon bonds, which mean that they don't pay out interest.  Instead, an investor buys them at...

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