Buying a House With Financing

Buyers love seeing and hearing those words. And why wouldn’t they? First-time buyers make up 40 percent of the home buying market. This is nearly half of all homes sold. Consider this. There were just over seven million homes sold in 2005, not including new construction homes. This means that nearly THREE MILLION buyers bought... more →
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Behavioural Finance: Focus on Intrinsic Value

INTRODUCTION The volume of research in the field of Behavioural Finance has grown over the recent years. The field merges the concepts of finance, economics, and psychology to understand the human behavior in the financial markets, to form winning investment strategies. THE CONCEPT OF BEHAVIOURAL FINANCE Behavioral finance is the... more →
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Best in Class Finance Functions For Police Forces

Police funding has risen by £4.8 billion and 77 per cent (39 per cent in real terms) since 1997. However, the days where forces have enjoyed such levels of funding are over. Chief Constables and senior management recognize that the annual cycle of looking for efficiencies year-on-year is not sustainable, and will not address the... more →
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Finance, Credit, Investments – Economical Categories

Scientific works in the theories of finances and credit, according to the specification of the research object, are characterized to be many-sided and many-leveled. The definition of the totality of the economic relations formed in the process of formation, distribution, and usage of finances, as money sources are widely spread.... more →
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Educational Problem Solving

Abstract This article introduces the educational solutions module of the world’s most recent personal and professional problem-solving site, describing competitive offerings, the customer profile, problem-oriented solutions, target markets, product offerings, and usability features. It concludes that the module is a major contribution... more →
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India’s Education Sector – Back to School

India’s US$40b education market is experiencing a surge in investment. Capital, both local and international, and innovative legal structures are changing the face of this once-staid sector. The liberalization of India’s industrial policy in 1991 was the catalyst for a wave of investment in IT and infrastructure projects.... more →
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Millennium Education Development – Ways To Achieve

Dr. Tooley: His conclusions on Private Education and Entrepreneurship Professor James Tooley criticized the United Nations’ proposals to eliminate all fees in state primary schools globally to meet its goal of universal education by 2015. Dr. Tooley says the UN, which is placing particular emphasis on those regions doing worse... more →
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