From the monthly archives: April, 2013

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Apple’s tax ethics

Apple, Inc. recently “took a bite” out of its corporate tax liabilities and caused a public outcry. But the ethical issues raised by such a move do not begin or end with them alone, observed Crown CEO Chuck Bentley in the Washington Post, in a piece titled “Apple’s tax ethics: Unpatriotic or Shrewdness in Action.”

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Long-range investing goals

Goal setting is a chief prerequisite to effective investing. As people consider what to do with their money, they need to think about where they want to end up financially. 

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Managing time with a home business

According to several recent surveys, more women than ever are seeking to leave full-time jobs and return home to become stay-at-home moms or to operate home-based businesses.

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Writing a résumé

A résumé provides a well-thought-out, concise picture of you - the job seeker. It needs to communicate quickly, clearly, and accurately your objective, qualifications, experience, creden ...

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Employment

Correct vocational direction is related to basic abilities, and God endows every Christian with unique abilities, desires, and gifts to accomplish His will through them (see 1 Corinthians 12). Choo ...

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Job Loss

It is never pleasant to be laid off, but the experience can be a good opportunity to make important progress. Don’t withdraw and lose hope in God’s leadership and guidance. Admit, a ...

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Job stress

Although we are all aware of stress caused by finances and relationships, you'd be amazed at how many people are really stressed and discouraged over issues that relate to their jobs. Career counselin ...

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Reshaping of the work world

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) paraphrased an ancient Persian proverb in his Conduct of Life: Behavior, when he wrote, "The world possesses three types of people: those who make things happen, t ...

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Searching for a new job

One of the primary tragedies of a slowdown in our economy is that as money becomes tight companies have to "tighten their belts" financially in order to remain competitive, and in some cases it is nec ...

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Business priorities

Good business planning must involve setting priorities and working on the most important ones first. In the area of money, that is called budgeting.

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