Oct 06

Using Motive and Motivation. Part 2

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Meeting individual needs. Include specific criteria to enhance your employees’ attitudes in your plan. What effectively motivates one person to excel may not be the same for another. However, individual motivational needs are not as important to the plan as overall staff motivational requirements. Read the rest of this entry »

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Oct 05

Using Motive and Motivation. Part 1

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“Reaching the summit” means achieving success — in the case of your employees, successful performance. Ensuring that all of your staff members become successful performers requires the right motive, motivation and plan. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 18

IRA rollover taxes

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I converted my rollover IRA into a Roth IRA in 1998. I’m confused about how to record this on the 1040 Form. I know that I can spread the taxes due out over four years. I didn’t see anything in the IRS tax booklet about how to do this or where. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 03

Foreign Stock Exchange. Part 2

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UNDERRATED: Silknet Software (SILK)
Give or take a few dollars, Silknet Software’s stock trades at similar levels as when it first opened last May: $35. This gives it a stagnating market value of only $525 million — a fraction of what it deserves. With virtually no direct competition, Silknet’s software is a Web-based platform for deploying ebusiness applications. Read the rest of this entry »

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Jul 03

Foreign Stock Exchange. Part 1

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OVERSTATED: London Stock Exchange
Now more than two centuries old, the august but sleepy London Stock Exchange is finally feeling some serious millennial heat-exerted by the explosion of Internet stock trading, competition from other exchanges, and the demand for round-the-clock, round-the-world market liquidity. Read the rest of this entry »

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