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Your Crash Course on Immigration and Social Work

by edralyn April 20, 2013 Legal Careers

Your Crash Course on Immigration and Social Work The image of America as a “melting pot” has persisted for decades, and in many cities, seems more prevalent than ever. An article written by George Borjas on the Center for Immigration Studies website notes that as many as one million immigrants come to the United States […]

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Join in on the History of Go-Karting

by edralyn April 18, 2013 Renewable Energy

Go-karting began very simply with tracks and dedicated racing fans in towns all across the U.S. Initially, karting began as a fad, which most believed would blow over in several months, once kids moved onto the next big thing. Karting tracks often weren’t much more than a rutted path on the edge of town, where […]

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Is a Roth IRA the Best Savings Vehicle for you?

by edralyn April 5, 2013 Business

Is a Roth IRA the Best Savings Vehicle for you? If you have a bit of cash saved up and are looking to invest it to start preparing for your future, you’ve probably heard about Roth IRAs. They’ve become very common, and for many people, they’re a great choice when it comes to saving up […]

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Questions That Need to Be Asked Before You or a Loved One Moves into an Assisted Living Facility

by edralyn April 5, 2013 Estate Planning

When it comes to deciding if you or a loved one would be better off in an assisted living facility, there are various points of view and important questions that need to be asked. The family member may decide themselves, but if they don’t the family may need to intervene. Here are some questions to […]

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The 15-Year vs. 30-Year Mortgage Debate

by edralyn March 28, 2013 Banking

The 15-Year vs. 30-Year Mortgage Debate Its so hard to have a long term perspective when working with a checkbook balance that is burdened by more goings than comings. In fact, for many home owners maintaining a budget is one of the biggest challenges one can face in the fight for financial freedom. Did you […]

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The Credit Bureaus and Your Rights: Do You Know Them?

by edralyn March 16, 2013 Banking

The Credit Bureaus and Your Rights: Do You Know Them? In today’s economy, everyone is looking for ways to save money. From shopping in bulk to cutting out the extra little expenses, every little bit counts. However, if you are looking for major ways to save money each month, your credit will play a large […]

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5 Mistakes Landlords Make

by edralyn March 16, 2013 Employment Law

Whether you haven’t been able to unload your house or you’re just looking for a good investment, you may be considering becoming a landlord. While controlling other people’s housing can be a good investment choice for some, it can be disastrous for others. Do things differently by learning from these five common mistakes: 1.Background Checks […]

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5 Things to Look for in Breakdown Coverage

by edralyn March 13, 2013 Accident Claims Law

Shopping for auto coverage needn’t be difficult. Knowing what type of coverage is best suited to you, your family and your lifestyle will make finding the right insurance quick and efficient. If you’re going to pay for breakdown coverage, there are five things that you should look for. Here’s what you’re money should buy you: […]

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Stay Clean, Stay Safe: STD Prevention

by edralyn March 11, 2013 Criminal Law

If you are sexually active, then you need be aware of and take precautions against sexually transmitted diseases. Currently, one in five people in the United States has an STD. If you haven’t thought much about protecting yourself against STDs, now’s the time to make decisions that will help you guard against contracting or spreading […]

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Choosing between public admin employers- Government versus NGO organization

by edralyn March 8, 2013 Administrative Law

Public administration is a rewarding field regardless of where someone finds work, but the kinds of work that administrators have to take on is vastly different depending on the organization that offers it. Government employees generally focus on helping local populations within a given district whereas non-governmental entities reach out to the underprivileged across the […]

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