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Describe Long-Term, Medium-Term and Short-Term Goals
by Jesper in Business
If you want to arrive at your destination, it helps to know what that destination is before you begin to consult a road map to find your way there. This is true with goal setting as well. Defining exactly what you want is the first step to achieving it, if it is a business objective, or a personal wish. Goals can be broken down into three different categories: short-term goals, medium-term goals a

Short-Term, Medium-Term & Long-Term Planning in Business
by Imaginer in Business
Making business plans is an important step in growing and expanding your business. Rather than making the plan to earn millions within the next five years, make solid and detailed plans that are realistic with various goals as milestones. These plans should include short-term, medium-term and long-term plans to keep your business growing and advancing on the market. Short-Term PlanningShort-ter

Autoselect the parent term when child is selected when using Term Reference Tree in drupal 7
by el-Capitan in Web Design

I have a vocabulary in the following manner


Parent 1
Child1.1
Child1.2
Parent 2
Child2.1
Child2.2
Child2.3

I am using term reference tree to tag the content to these terms. My requirement is to autoselect the parent term when the child term is clicked. The discussion in How to automatically select the taxonomy


Can Short-Term Losses Carry Forward to Offset Long-Term Gains?
by Barry in Personal Finance
When you invest or own property that loses value, the Internal Revenue Service allows you to take a capital loss when you sell the property. These capital losses can be used to offset capital gains and can even be carried forward to future years. If some of your losses are considered short-term losses while others are long-term, the process of carrying forward losses can be a bit more confusing.

How to automatically select the taxonomy parent term if child term is selected in Drupal 7?
by FrankSaucedo in Web Design

I have a vocabulary displayed as checklist that has both parent and child terms like:


Parent 1
Child1.1
Child1.2
Parent 2
Child2.1
Child2.2
Child2.3

My requirement is to have the parent term disabled by default. In case user selects any of the child term, the parent gets automatically selected.


Suggestions?


IRS Rules on Netting Long-Term Gains by Short Term Loss
by DJ-phYre in Personal Finance
The income tax rules allow investors to use losses from investments as write offs against profits. In the tax code profits and losses from investing are called capital gains and capital losses. These gains and losses are further divided into short and long term. Each type must be used in a certain order for tax purposes. Long and ShortTax rules divide investment gains and losses into short- and

Long-Term Vs. Short-Term Capital Gains in Real Estate
by neosephiroth86 in Personal Finance
In the U.S., capital gains result when a U.S. resident sells property for more than they paid. The Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, considers the difference between the purchase price and the sale price as a taxable amount. The federal government divides capital gains into both short-term and long-term categories, and rewards taxpayers who hold onto real estate for a longer time with a lower tax

Are Taxes Higher on Short-Term or Long-Term Capital Gains?
by gamefreakgcb in Personal Finance
Gains on investments are taxed differently than gains from income. Capital gains are the profit made from selling an asset at a higher price than it was purchased. The tax rate for short-term capital gains is higher than the rate for long-term gains. How a gain is classified depends on how long an asset is owned and what type of account it is held in. Short-Term Capital GainsShort-term capital

Annual Guaranteed Renewable Term Insurance Vs. Level Term Life
by DevTim in Personal Finance
Term life insurance might be your best option if you can't afford the high cost of permanent life insurance. However, there are two types of term life insurance. Term insurance may be purchased on a one-year, renewable, basis, or it may be purchased on a level-term basis. Make sure you understand the difference between the two options before you pick up a policy. Annual Renewable TermAnnual Ren

What Is the Difference Between Short-Term & Long-Term Capital Gains and Losses?
by Tommy in Personal Finance
Capital gains and losses are classified as "long-term" or "short-term" for income tax purposes. If an individual holds property for more than one year before selling it, the gain or loss on the sale is long-term. If the property is held for one year or less, the gain or loss is short-term. These classifications help determine how much income tax is owed on a gain or how much of a loss may be de

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