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Want your closing argument to impactful, memorable, and successful? This article provides recommendations and tactics for a successful closing argument.
Closing a real estate transaction can be exciting, but stressful. These seven steps will put you on the path toward a successful real estate closing.
Communicating your choices, wishes and desires to your family and friends, while you are still living, will alleviate problems after your death. By creating a Will and an estate plan, you can choose how the world will deal with your estate.
A well-designed evaluation process for a Texas superintendent creates ongoing opportunities for the superintendent and school board to discuss student performance and clarify goals and expectations for the district. The superintendent evaluation is unique in comparison to how other professional educators are evaluated. The superintendent’s evaluation can only be effective if board members and the superintendent have the knowledge and understanding of the legal, practical and political implications of the evaluation process.
This article will provide some legal insight regarding two bills that have a direct impact on Texas superintendents: (1) S.B. 1669, which relates to the resumption of service by retirees under the Texas Retirement System of Texas; and (2) S.B. 8, which relates to a school district’s board of trustees “flexibility” in the management and operation of a school district during a fiscal crisis.
It is important to employ some useful techniques when monitoring and collecting your accounts receivable. Regulating cash flow is paramount. This article will provide you with eight questions to help your business.