Research and Cost Effectiveness
April 10, 2014

Research and Cost Effectiveness

The concepts of cost-effectiveness and research are frequently intertwined because of the growing importance of both disciplines. The value of research has expanded to cover areas as diverse as investment analysis, business studies and pharmaceutical processes. However, budgetary cutbacks are a constant threat to government and business expenditures. With this mindset, finding a better way to make financial decisions is a practical goal for managers, business owners, politicians and investors. A

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Investing for Retirement
April 3, 2014

Investing for Retirement

The practical need to invest for retirement is based on several important facts. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, individuals will need as much as 90 percent of their working income during a retirement period that will last an average of 20 years. Recent Census Bureau statistics show that 80 percent of current workers think they will not have enough money saved for their retirement. The nature of investing for retirement has also changed during the

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Understanding Your Business
March 27, 2014

Understanding Your Business

Business owners and managers should always be searching for a competitive edge to make their company more effective. In the commercial version of Darwin's findings regarding survival of the fittest, business survival is at stake in more cases than generally realized. According to the Wall Street Journal, three of every four business startups fail. This is not an isolated finding. Entrepreneur Weekly recently reported research covering 11 different industries

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