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Magazine "Be Richer" - monthly magazine for private investors. Issued November 2005. The publication is a synthesis of popular media and consulting projects for private investment for a wide range of readers.

The mission of the magazine - the financial education of the population, increase its financial culture:

1) Promoting important economic aspects - the active involvement of public money "in stocking" in the financial sector.

2) Promoting social objectives - improving the welfare of the population, by explaining how this can be done using all the investment instruments.

Zip-archive, 4.2 MB capacity, containing pdf-file - full analogue print version: A4, full color, 40 pages.
The content of 8 rooms:

From the Editor

10 jobs for your money - Where to put money on the holidays

Category "Financial parable"

Nicholas and "Enron" - On the reliability of the "most reliable" shares

Category "Banks from the inside"

Learn to learn! The credit! - Who and on what conditions will be given an educational loan

Deposit for rest and study - Skopje himself

Topic "Insurance Club"

Tourist pays twice - If he is insured properly

Category "A gray beard"

SP retired - Should I invest all the money in their own business

The heading "Corporation" My Life "

It's time to start working for yourself - Personal Financial Statement

Topic 'Adult game in the stock market "

Adventures of my portfolio. Part 5 - Interrupted Flight

UIF: how the fund will enter, so it will earn and - experience for yourself

Category "Real Estate. Wealth in the squares "

Rural investments: birds, air, and income - Map of cottage settlements of Yekaterinburg and the surrounding area

Mortgages for the cottage - Ural tale of bank loans for the purchase of the suburban real estate

Topic "With the knowledge of the case"

Fiscal arithmetic: 1 house = 2 tax - Taxation for the landlord

Category "His work"

Training from the word "trendet" or the word "training"? - How to choose business courses
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