Sixty-one percent of Canadians between the ages of 45 and 64 don’t have a formal financial strategy. In The BAPKIN Plan, author and financial planner Gerard Hass provides simple yet effective guidance for creating a financial plan to help you save, invest, and plan for retirement.
While investing theories introduced decades ago have been repeatedly validated and have stood the test of time, our understanding of the financial markets has made huge advances in recent years. To benefit from these advances, however, most investors will need to unlearn much of what they think they know about investing. They will also need to learn to ignore most of the “wisdom” that spews from the hallowed halls of Wall Street, its salesmen posing as “advisors”, and its agents in the…
Competition for management jobs intensifies each year. If you are betting your financial welfare on your next management position and subsequent promotions, you will need to be better prepared to capture these increasingly scarce opportunities. In Empower Your Inner Manager, author Ian R. Mackintosh presents a quick guide to help you assess your management skills and create a personalized plan to improve those skills.
Study to determine, detect, investigate, and prevent financial fraud with the latest version of this intriguing text. FRAUD EXAMINATION, Third Edition, makes it simple to study and perceive the character of fraud investigation at this time with memorable enterprise examples and quite a few actual fraud instances drawn from the first-hand experiences of recognized fraud investigator and forensic accounting expert W. Steve Albrecht and the entire authorship team
Look at organizational transformation in a revolutionary new way that can help you promote a higher level of sustained performance. Author John L. Lee, a veteran business consultant and the president of Alpha Training and Consulting, provides inspiring and informative techniques that help you improve business operations. You can learn how to understand and modify bad behaviors, formulate a true definition of leadership, and create a model that leads to cultural change.
TEXT FOR AUTHOR BIO: B. Robert Anderson is a Professional Salesperson who revels in the work. Toward that end he has incorporated 50 years of experience and knowledge into eminently usable form. Among other things he has served as editor of a trade publication, owner of a distribution company, head of ANDERSON ASSOCIATES, a management consulting firm, and author of over 800 articles and books.
The conventional wisdom that only large corporations can do business in China is a thing of the past. Small- and medium-sized businesses today enjoy the same opportunities in China once granted only to large, multinational conglomerates. In Selling to China, author Stanley Chao helps all businesses