It was an offer too good to pass up. Southern New Hampshire University would team up with Salesforce to create a program that offers college credit for coursework completed on the company’s Trailhead platform.
DEAR ABBY: My fiance, “Bradley,” is the man of my dreams. We have been together three years, live together and have a dog. Brad is in his early 30s, and I’m turning 30 this year.
DEAR DOCS: I’m worried about my grandmother, who lives alone. The heat has been so dreadful that I’m afraid she will get sick if she goes out to run errands or see friends. How can I help keep her safe?
Leaving the mid-summer forest to the hungry, biting deerflies, I spend more time mowing fields or watering and weeding the vegetable garden. Like the forest, the garden provides a miniature ecosystem to study, tend and from which to learn.
We all have things we are good at. And we all have things we are not so good at.
Question: With the recent reports of workplace violence and shootings in the news, as an employer, are there things that I can do to try to keep guns and violence out of my workplace?
IF YOU HAVE an individual retirement account, do you recall filling out a beneficiary designation form? That’s the document that allows you to direct the IRA custodian to transfer your IRA to people you name in the form. The custodian is the institution that holds your IRA assets for you.
ARE YOU LOOKING for new investment opportunities? Have you considered investing in companies abroad? There could be interesting investment opportunities outside the United States. After all, roughly half of the global equity market is comprised of foreign equity.
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