Business & Economics

Finding Lost Money in Your Books before and after the Pandemic

Author: Vanessa Ann Bates

Publisher: Page Publishing Inc

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 50

View: 599

This book tells how to find lost money in your accounting books before and after a crippling economy. It explains if business closes how it would have a devastating effect on mankind from diaper to depends. The book explains how a simple accounting error can ruin the economy and may have contributed to stores or businesses closing before and after the pandemic. Read this book and find your lost MONEY!
Business & Economics

THE COVID PARADOX

Author: NAPOLEON GLADWELL

Publisher: NAPOLEON GLADWELL , MALCOM HILL

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 169

View: 577

Do you think the pandemic brought by COVID-19 was a curse? In THE COVID PARADOX©, you will be provided with the strategies to truly succeed in life by taking advantage of the changes that the coronavirus has brought to the world. ★★★With this book, you will learn★★★: ✓ HOW TO ADD VALUE TO YOURSELF. ✓ HOW TO WORK ON YOUR MIND. ✓ HOW TO MAINTAIN A POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE. ✓ PRODUCTIVE HOBBIES AND SKILLS. ✓ THE ESSENTIAL JOB SKILLS TO SUCCEED IN A CHANGED WORLD POST PANDEMIC. ✓ HOW TO PUT YOUR MENTAL HEALTH FIRST. ✓ THE STRATEGIES TO BE SUCCESSFUL. Where others see the end, resilient people always find an opportunity to evolve and reach new heights. These are the people to whom THE COVID PARADOX© is dedicated. If you are also a person who wants to have a NEW START and you wish to change your life, scroll up and press the "BUY NOW" button TO GET STARTED YOUR NEW LIFE!
Economics

Regenerative Oikonomics

Author: Andri Werner Stahel

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Economics

Page: 301

View: 642

This book presents a unique real-world-centred approach to economic life from a phenomenological approach. It offers a much-needed alternative to conventional economic thinking, giving a transdisciplinary depiction of the economic process's social, cultural, technological, political, and ecological dimensions. Doing so appeals to students and researchers in economics aiming to get an alternative to the reductionist model-based approach. Written in a jargon-free and non-technical way, it appeals to non-economists alike and those seeking a more profound and living understanding of the economic process. What is the role of nature in the economic process? Is there more to economics than we have been told? Do we have infinite needs? What are these needs? Can we keep on growing forever? Does economic growth improve our wellbeing? Why is the income gap widening? What is the role of financial capital in our current world? Are there other forms of producing, distributing, and consuming wealth beyond markets? What are the functions of markets, and how do they work in the real world? These and many other aspects are discussed in living and holistic ways in this book. It is a must-read for all those interested in gaining a more profound and genuine understanding of our current reality and those looking for ways out of our current crises.
Social Science

Why You Won't Get Rich

Author: Robert Verkaik

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 320

View: 794

From the bottom to the top of our economy, capitalism is too blunt an instrument to tackle Britain's epidemic of inequality. Soaring rents, unfair taxation and a growing gig economy have brought about unprecedented economic shame: Amazon warehouse workers living in tents, nurses turning to foodbanks, London firemen commuting hundreds of miles to work. Even those higher up the ladder are losing their grip on the life they were promised. Barristers take home less than the minimum wage and doctors are starting out with £100,000 student debts on salaries lower than the national average. We’re all facing a new economic phenomenon – in-work poverty. At the same time a generation of young professionals is coming to terms with never being able to own even the cheapest home in their area. From the bottom to the top of our economy, capitalism is too blunt an instrument to tackle Britain's epidemic of inequality. Soaring rents, unfair taxation and a growing gig economy have brought about unprecedented economic shame: Amazon warehouse workers living in tents, nurses turning to foodbanks, London firemen commuting hundreds of miles to work. Even those higher up the ladder are losing their grip on the life they were promised. Barristers take home less than the minimum wage and doctors are starting out with £100,000 student debts on salaries lower than the national average. We’re all facing a new economic phenomenon – in-work poverty. At the same time a generation of young professionals is coming to terms with never being able to own even the cheapest home in their area. Hard work no longer pays off. But there is hope for a better, fairer future.

Personal Finance for Musicians

Author: Bobby Borg

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 263

View: 166

Personal Finance for Musicians is a no-nonsense, easy-to-read guide chock full of tips, advice, real world examples, step-by-step plans, and templates. Written by a music industry expert and finance expert, this book coaches you on a variety of financial topics relevant to musicians without intimidating or even worse--boring you.
Business & Economics

Investing Online For Beginners 2021: The Definitive Guide to Achieve Super Performance After the Pandemic

Author: Alfredo Torres

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 254

View: 444

Do you want to get started making serious passive income with time-tested, evergreen passive income methods in 2021 without burning a hole in your wallet? Income that comes from your passive income-generating assets is simply one of the most powerful ways to escape the nine-to-five. Live a life of financial freedom and independence, free from the shackles of the office cubicle. But it's far from easy, and the furthest thing from a get-rich-quick scheme. The good news is that once it's set up, it generates income year after year with little maintenance from your end. You get to literally watch the money fall into your lap with you barely lifting a finger. If you want to learn how to crack the code of passive income and finally make some money online but are swamped by too many options and don't know where to begin, then this book is for you. If you're tired of paying for overpriced courses, worthless software, and turn-key solutions that only seem to make your wallet lighter and would finally discover proven passive income models that really work, then keep reading... In this book, Alfredo Torres demystifies the technique behind some of the world's most profitable passive income generating methods and shows you everything you need to know to get started making passive income. From e-commerce to kindle publishing and options trading, you're going to discover the passive income channel that is best suited to your personality type and handed all the tools you need to succeed with it. Here's a snippet of what you're going to discover in this book: Everything you need to know about passive income - myths, pros, cons, and what to expect Thirteen proven ways to make money passively online and how to choose the one best suitable for your personality What dropshipping is, how it works, and ways to open a profitable dropshipping store in as little time as possible The ultimate guide to making money online with the Amazon FBA program Powerful ways to generate a full-time income with affiliate marketing Step-by-step instructions to help you get started making scads of cash in with real estate investments Methods to make money by being a wildly popular social media influencer and choose the best platform for your unique abilities The subtle differences between affiliate marketing and influencer marketing Steps to make consistent monthly income flipping websites and domains How to spot a bear market on the horizon The best way to make money using put options How to trade a bear market using stock index futures An automated trading system (never before revealed) that profits from the high volatility of a bear market 3 ways to know that a bear market is almost over How to load up on undervalued stocks at the end of a bear market And tons more! Even if you're a complete newbie to the world of passive income and have never made a dime online or offline but looking for new ways to take your income to the next level, there is something in this book for you. Scroll up and click the "buy now" button to get started today
Computers

Social Simulation for a Crisis

Author: Frank Dignum

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 453

View: 355

Simulating for a crisis is far more than creating a simulation of a crisis situation. In order for a simulation to be useful during a crisis, it should be created within the space of a few days to allow decision makers to use it as quickly as possible. Furthermore, during a crisis the aim is not to optimize just one factor, but to balance various, interdependent aspects of life. In the COVID-19 crisis, decisions had to be made concerning e.g. whether to close schools and restaurants, and the (economic) consequences of a 3 or 4-week lock-down had to be considered. As such, rather than one simulation focusing on a very limited aspect, a framework allowing the simulation of several different scenarios focusing on different aspects of the crisis was required. Moreover, the results of the simulations needed to be easily understandable and explainable: if a simulation indicates that closing schools has no effect, this can only be used if the decision makers can explain why this is the case. This book describes how a simulation framework was created for the COVID-19 crisis, and demonstrates how it was used to simulate a wide range of scenarios that were relevant for decision makers at the time. It also discusses the usefulness of the approach, and explains the decisions that had to be made along the way as well as the trade-offs. Lastly, the book examines the lessons learned and the directions for the further development of social simulation frameworks to make them better suited to crisis situations, and to foster a more resilient society.
Business & Economics

How to Get Rich, by Understanding the Economy

Author: Kyle C.

Publisher: Kyle C.

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page:

View: 738

There are more lives being destroyed in recent years due to mismanagement of their financials. This is due to the fact that there is an imbalance in money flow in the economy, resulting in a massive wealth gap among the people in society. Most people have no idea how an economy works, and how they can use it to their advantage to get more money
History

After the Black Death

Author: Susan L. Einbinder

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN:

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 999

In After the Black Death, Susan L. Einbinder uncovers Jewish responses to plague and violence in fourteenth-century Provence and Iberia, discovering a fundamental continuity in Jewish worldview and means of expression.
Education

American Education

Author: Joel Spring

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 280

View: 144

Featuring current information and challenging perspectives on the latest issues and forces shaping the American educational system—with scholarship that is often cited as a primary source—Joel Spring introduces readers to the historical, political, social and legal foundations of education and to the profession of teaching in the United States. In his signature straightforward, concise approach to describing complex issues, he illuminates events and topics that are often overlooked or whitewashed, giving students the opportunity to engage in critical thinking about education. Students come away informed on the latest topics, issues and data and with a strong knowledge of the forces shaping the American educational system. Thoroughly updated throughout, the 20th edition of this clear, authoritative text remains fresh and up to date, reflecting the many changes in education that have occurred since the publication of the previous edition, such as: The effects of the pandemic on schools, teachers, students, learning and social goals The latest U.S. Department of Education guidelines for school prayer, regulations on sexual harassment and Title IX and guidelines for writing IEPs Expanded discussion of institutional racism Coverage relating to transgender youth and athletics