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Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements

04th July 2012
To finance the welfare and the administrative expenditure, governments around the world impose certain taxes on their subjects. The taxation system helps in collecting revenue besides it also provides direction to the economic growth and also brings econo... Read >
Author: CA A. K. JAIN

Creative Ideas For Writing Your First Novel

06th July 2010
If you've always wanted to write a novel, but found the traditional structured process too frightening or overwhelming, maybe your imagination works in a more organic fashion like mine. In that case, start with your main character and the idea the charact... Read >
Author: Douglas Mullins

Best Approach to Summarize an Article

28th April 2010
Like an abstract in a published research article, the purpose of an article summary is to give the reader a brief, structured overview of the study. To write a good summary, identify what information is important and condense that information for your rea... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Free Eulogy Speeches for All to Learn From

15th October 2009
For people who are going to write eulogies the first time, it'll be easier for them if they'd a sample that could serve as a foundation for their funeral speech. Free eulogy samples can be gotten from books and the Web. They have to be used as guides for ... Read >
Author: Gregory Scott

Suggested Outline From A Eulogy Sample

14th October 2009
For people who are going to write eulogies the first time, it will be easier for them if they had a sample that could serve as a basis for their funeral speech. Free eulogy samples can be gotten from books and the Web. They must be used as guides for writ... Read >
Author: Gregory Scott

Let Your Movie Script Flow. Scene By Scene

15th May 2009
Trust the treatment you wrote before starting to write a script and let your story flow. Let your story spill out onto the page. I've heard of people that tried to make their first draft perfect. I was one of those. I was making little to no progress on m... Read >
Author: Sid Kali

Funny Wedding Speech - 4 Tips to Write a Funny Wedding Toast

30th April 2009
How can I make a funny wedding speech? Is this the question that is nagging your mind right now? Don't worry about, I have some speech writing tips and guides that I will share with you in this article. It is not that hard to write a funny wedding speech.... Read >
Author: John W Dixon

Prewriting Benefits and a Warning

24th July 2008
PREWRITING BENEFITS AND A WARNINGBy Katherine Ploeger, M.A., M.F.A.Prewriting is one of the most important stages of the writing process, in addition to revision. Unfortunately, most beginning (and some advanced) writers don't spend enough time on these a... Read >
Author: Katherine Ploeger, MA, MFA

The Basic Elements Found in Every Good Father of the Bride speech

06th June 2008
If you want to learn how to take the elements in my previous article and put them together to form the perfect outline Father of the Bride speech then this article was written for you. Specifically we'll discuss the introduction and welcome, the dedicatio... Read >
Author: Ted Davidsen

Article Writing: How To Use Your Chakra Energy To Write

29th November 2005
Copyright 2005 Ron Passfield The seven Chakras are the hidden energy centres in your body through which you receive, process and transmit life energies. They act as "energy transformers" and influencers of change. Your thoughts, emotions or actions ... Read >
Author: Ron Passfield
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