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The Real Cost of Owning a Home

By: Hal Bundrick – Money Magazine Don’t forget about closing costs, property taxes and other expenses. Owning a home means you can blow out a wall to create a more spacious kitchen or paint your bedroom a flaming fuchsia — things that are certainly deposit-forfeiting and likely eviction-motivating offenses in …

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Trafficking, pimping and prostitution

By: Elias Flores Gallegos, Attorney In recent days we heard a very socially relevant case in which a girl of just 18 years old, was recruiting other young women to provide sexual services, apparently since she was a minor. This person was the intermediary between the customer and the provider …

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Driving Business Results through Project Management

Project management can produce a series of benefits for organizations which in turn become measurable results that positively influence a business. Before we explain this, let’s define project management so we can all be in the same mind-set. According to the Project Management Institute (www.pmi.org), the world’s leading not-for-profit professional …

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Healthy relationships lead to better lives

By: Teddi Dineley Johnson Unless you’re shipwrecked on a deserted island, you probably enjoy a handful of close relationships. From spouses to children to friends, parents, siblings and significant others, healthy relationships build self-esteem, improve mental and emotional health and help you live a fuller life. “Relationships are — not …

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Historic Race for The White House

By: Mario Conde The Republican and Democratic Conventions are now behind us and the two major parties now have their respective candidates campaigning towards the November elections. This is historic election for many reasons. One of them is that for the first time in American political history, a woman is …

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