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Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Development Accra: Jobs for Finance Officer By Uliana Korovina
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About the Job A Human Resource company is seeking to hire a Finance officer to assist in the proper administration and management of the company’s finances and day-to-day operations, with a... More > focus on reducing the cost of doing business and increasing profit margins. The key focus of this role will be administration and finance, and will grow into a core finance role.< Less
Job Cards By Dave Jenkins
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Job Cards gives parents the tools they need to develop tomorrow’s leaders. Job Cards can be used for rewards and discipline. Stop giving away money to your kids. Giving your children an... More > allowance makes them dependent and develop a sense of entitlement. Put them on commission and teaching your children respect, responsibility, and the value of hard work and money. Each card has a common house hold chore. The cards are assigned one of three colors and a dollar value according to its level of difficulty. The green card is the minimum, the yellow is moderate, and the red card is the highest. Each card also has a dollar value of $1, $2, or $3 that corresponds to its color.< Less
Empower Your Personal Finance By JUI MING CHANG
eBook (PDF): $4.35
When the individual is well aware of his or her financial situation, then there are always areas where this knowledge will help to create better opportunities and investment platforms. This knowledge... More > and periodical assessment can also help to change any current financial rut into a booming opportunity investment. With the use of the information on the finances, the individual can also make decisions that will ensure a healthy financial condition.< Less
Finances For Young Adults By Roger Doodlebaum
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This book is aimed at informing the average young adult between the age of 18 and 30, how to handle their finances today, so they can live a comfortable lifestyle when they become middle aged adults.... More > And this is where the problem begins. The average young adult has been bombarded with advertisements to buy products that are supposed to make their life better. The idea of this book is to inform you that if you will not blow all your income on stuff you think you need now, then in a few years you can have everthing you need, some of the stuff you want, and have your finances under control. With 375 pages covering everything from employment, saving money, real estate, and investing. To insurance, banks, transportation, and taxes, I have covered all the basics the average person must learn how to deal with, if they want to get ahead financially. For those of you over thirty, this book will offer a good attitude adjustment. There will be home work!< Less
Finances For Young Adults By Roger Doodlebaum
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This book is aimed at informing the average young adult between the age of 18 and 30, how to handle their finances today, so they can live a comfortable lifestyle when they become middle aged adults.... More > And this is where the problem begins. The average young adult has been bombarded with advertisements to buy products that are supposed to make their life better. The idea of this book is to inform you that if you will not blow all your income on stuff you think you need now, then in a few years you can have everthing you need, some of the stuff you want, and have your finances under control. With 375 pages covering everything from employment, saving money, real estate, and investing. To insurance, banks, transportation, and taxes, I have covered all the basics the average person must learn how to deal with, if they want to get ahead financially. For those of you over thirty, this book will offer a good attitude adjustment. There will be home work!< Less
Finance and Accounting for Energy Engineers By S. Bobby Rauf, P.E., C.E.M.
eBook (ePub): $99.99
The purpose of this book is to provide an overview of important principles in the fields of finance and accounting relevant to energy engineering projects, bridging the gap between the typical... More > business school "MBA" knowledge and its application in project management responsibilities. It is written to serve as a self study guide for energy engineers, technicians and technical managers who either lack formal training the finance, account and engineering economics or simply need a means to refresh their knowledge in these subjects. Many technical managers feel inadequately equipped to understand certain important finance and accounting principles, yet these principles are important in interfacing and conducting business with accountants, financial analysts and upper management. This book provides a resource to fill this gap, and to equip energy engineering professionals with the ability to employ decision making skills founded on financial calculations and quantitative analysis.< Less
Your Handbook of Personal Finance By James Wiley
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In this road map to long-term financial success, Wiley and Riley guide the reader through each phase of an investor's life. Whether you are fresh out of college, and starting a new job, approaching... More > retirement and beyond or anywhere in between, Your Handbook of Personal Finance can help you make informed decisions about not only where you are going, but also a way to get there.< Less
Finance For Youth: The Book By W. Stanton
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After almost 20 years of working with young people and finance both in banking and as a teacher, I found that teenagers aren't getting useful financial education. This book is the first step on the... More > path of teaching teens and young adults the skills that they will need throughout their lives. Not a get-rich-quick book, this isn't even about getting rich. Instead, Finance For Youth: This Book covers basic, time-tested strategies like: -Getting and keeping a job -Choices in financial institutions -Making a budget based on priorities -Getting a car -Living on your own for the first time, and much more! Since our schools either cannot or will not teach financial literacy, Finance For Youth has stepped in to give parents, teens, young adults, and those who might need a little nudge in the right direction an alternative based on experience and authority in the subject.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 27. Business & Finance Job Guide (Executive, Manager, Finance, Hrm, Accounting, Consulting, Insurance, Taxes, Banking, Advertising - Marketing) By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $5.00
The main ways executives get new jobs is through the grapevine from people they know, networking with others in the business, asking about jobs, executive recruiters, sending out your resume to... More > websites and direct mail, etc. You have to get out there, talk to people, say you've gone as far as you can with your company, say you're looking for a change and ask if they know of any opportunities. A far as networking goes, if there's someone in particular you want to meet, find somebody that can introduce you to him, a friend, business colleague, etc. This is why golf, country clubs, local chambers of commerce, church and social groups are good, to meet people who can help you get where you wanna go. People who drink alcohol and do drugs together have a way of bonding. It's a great way to network, to catch a buzz with superiors in the biz. Even look in the Who's Who books, magazine articles, do an internet search of your target people, etc.< Less
A Trillion Reasons Financing Others Wealth By Keith Thompson
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Black Americans spend over one trillion dollars buying goods and services from all businesses small and large. It is a fact they only spend 2%, or $200 million among black owned businesses.In the... More > past 40 years the number of black owned businesses or self employed has dropped dramatically. Other ethnic groups benefit from Their own buying as well as Black Americans buying from their establishments while we consume and not produce goods or services, thus increasing others net worth and ability to provide jobs for other ethnic groups. As a group we are spending ourselves into a permanent underclass.< Less