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When it comes to business, there is no standard lease! Ready to haggle for the best deal possible? Turn to Negotiate the Best Lease for Your Business - you’ll find the information, advice and strategies you need when negotiating with an experienced landlord. This practical handbook explains how to analyze space needs, find the ideal location and then get the best possible terms. Learn how to: determine the real cost of renting keep future rent at manageable levels get the most out of your broker and attorney suggest alternatives to hefty security deposits allocate responsibility and cost of fixing up your space negotiate flexibility to expand, renew or leave early ensure costs are shared fairly among tenants avoid dealing with costly code compliance and clean-ups save your lease if you can't live up to it now and then The 2nd edition provides new strategies and advice throughout, plus new checklists that will help you at every step of your negotiation. Comprehensive and written in plain English, Negotiate the Best Lease for Your Business is essential for entrepreneurs on the hunt for a fair and workable lease.
ISBN: 1-4133-0216-5
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is often asked to provide written interpretations of their statutes as they relate to specific transactions proposed by corporations, investors, broker/dealers, mutual funds, insurance companies, banks and attorneys. These responses are called no-action or interpretative letters. CCH has collected over 60,000 of these letters dating back to 1971 in its SEC No-Action Letters reporter, making them instantly available in electronic form. SEC No-Action Letters provides an unmatched resource for securities and management professionals preparing SEC filings and conducting research pertaining to securities regulations and compliance. Especially if your situation has not been tried in the Co
Every spring thousands of middle-class and lower-income high-school seniors learn that they have been rejected by America's most exclusive colleges. What they may never learn is how many candidates like themselves have been passed over in favor of wealthy white students with lesser credentials-children of alumni, big donors, or celebrities. In this explosive book, the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Daniel Golden argues that America, the so-called land of opportunity, is rapidly becoming an aristocracy in which America's richest families receive special access to elite higher education-enabling them to give their children even more of a head start. Based on two years of investigative reporting and hundreds of interviews with students, parents, school administrators, and admissions personnel-some of whom risked their jobs to speak to the author-"The Price of Admission" exposes the corrupt admissions practices that favor the wealthy, the powerful, and the famous. In "The Price of Admission," Golden names names, along with grades and test scores. He reveals how the sons of former vice president Al Gore, one-time Hollywood power broker Michael Ovitz, and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist leapt ahead of more deserving applicants at Harvard, Brown, and Princeton. He explores favoritism at the Ivy Leagues, Duke, the University of Virginia, and Notre Dame, among other institutions. He reveals that colleges hold Asian American students to a higher standard than whites; comply with Title IX by giving scholarships to rich women in "patrician sports" like horseback riding, squash, and crew; and repay congressmen for favors by admitting their children. He also reveals that Harvard maintains a "Z-list" for well-connected but underqualified students, who are quietly admitted on the condition that they wait a year to enroll. "The Price of Admission" explodes the myth of an American meritocracy-the belief that no matter what your background, if you are smart and diligent enough, you will have access to the nation's most elite universities. It is must reading not only for parents and students with a personnel stake in college admissions, but also for those disturbed by the growing divide between ordinary and privilegedd Americans. "From the Hardcover edition."
ISBN: 1-4000-9797-5
Size: 11" x 17" HUD equal housing opportunity poster warns against discrimination in real estate Any business, real estate broker, agent or person in the real estate business must post the HUD equal housing opportunity poster in accordance with the Federal fair housing Act
This magical ball may actually change your life! Just ask it a question then turn it over to reveal the answer. Ask it about matters of the heart- will she be willing to go dutch? Ask it about stock and bond choices- did I see my broker on America's Most Wanted? Probe about the deep, dark secrets of friends and associates- is that a toupee? Use for entertainment purposes only. (Please don't use it to bet junior's college money on a horse race. That would be a misuse of the ball.) Measures 4 in diameter.
UPC: 085633070996
Get Ready For A Giant-Sized Adventure! Welcome to the world of Goliath, an action-adventure about crafting giant robots and punching monsters in the face! After stumbling through a mysterious rift, you find yourself in a mysterious world consisting of the jumbled fragments of a hundred dead civilizations. Ruined buildings from 1930s America share space with wrecked pirate ships and the overgrown remains of spaceships from a far-flung future. Several powerful factions battle for control of this strange and broken land, but even the strongest among them tremble in fear of the monstrous giants that roam the land. Fortunately, you can build giants of your own! Search the world for the items you need to craft tools and weapons, including giant robotic suits called Goliaths that will help you even the odd against the enormous creatures you confront! To survive among the giant creatures in this dangerous and mysterious world, you must scavenge for resources and create Goliaths to battle your life. Starting with simple wooden versions, you will learn to create dozens of Goliaths from a variety of materials: wood, stone, metal and other more unique materials found in the world. Your Goliath can be customized and outfitted with weapons to create options that are perfect for every situation and players’ preferences. But robots won’t solve every problem. You’ll also need to craft items and tools, build shelters and fortresses, and choose which factions to side with in the war that’s sweeping across the land. Features Build A ‘Bot: Learn how to create dozens of robotic Goliath suits from a variety of materials, including wood, stone, metal and more. Each Goliath can be customized and equipped with a variety of weapons and add-ons that grant new abilities. Survive A Savage Land: Gather materials to build the tools needed to survive, including healing salves, protective fortresses and more. As players explore the world, they’ll learn more complex recipes for better tools and weapons. A Living World: Explore rolling prairies, dense forests, eerie swamps, frozen tundras and more, all with a complete day/night cycle and dynamic weather. Weather and terrain will affect how each Goliath type performs, so make sure you have the right machine for the job! Choose A Side: Several factions vie for control of resources and territory in the world of Goliath. Each faction can offer different strategic advantages in unique weapon and robot plans, so you must carefully choose which factions to align with. Broker a peace deal or rally your faction to accelerate the war! Procedurally Generated World: With procedurally generated environments and quests, the world of Goliath is full of surprises!
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Complete your Jedi costume with this awesome cloak, worn by the Jedi on important missions, be it to appear before the Jedi Council or to broker peace in the Galaxy. You wouldn't want to be seen outside Coruscant without yours; 3-4 Years. Hooded Robe (Accessory not included). For ages 3 years and over. Polyester.
UPC: 883028202454
Rubies P/N: 3141674
UPC: 741952664598
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