Heating costs with heat pump in Britain

Potential air source heat pump running cost issue written by Mars 8 February 2021 7 When we installed our air source heat pump two years ago, all our running costs and calculations were based on electricity being sold at around 15p/kWh. We’ve changed electricity providers a few times to ensure that we stay under thatContinue reading “Heating costs with heat pump in Britain”

How to Protect your Personal Information on the Internet

Published 29.06.2021 by Schmitt Trading Ltd Original published June 2021 Author: Merrill Warkentin, Mississippi State University Ransomware, data breach, cyberattack: What do they have to do with your personal information, and how worried should you be? Credit bureau Equifax announced in 2017 that the personal information of 143 million Americans – about three-quarters of all adultsContinue reading “How to Protect your Personal Information on the Internet”

Electric heat pumps to heat and cool houses

Published 28.06.2021 by Schmitt Trading Ltd Original published June 14, 2021 8.26am EDT Author: Robert Brecha Professor of Sustainability, University of Dayton Electric heat pumps use much less energy than furnaces and can cool houses too – here’s how they work Heating or cooling? I do both.FanFan61618/Flickr, CC BY-SA Robert Brecha, University of Dayton ToContinue reading “Electric heat pumps to heat and cool houses”

The Quality of Progress is in the Quantity (Number of Attempts You Make)

Even though you will certainly make some mistakes on the path to success, never forget that mistakes are part of progress, and progress will always progress, regardless of whether the outcomes of your decisions or actions are positive or negative. In the long run, the quality of progress you will make is in the quantityContinue reading “The Quality of Progress is in the Quantity (Number of Attempts You Make)”

7 tips on how to handle news

Published 23.06.2021 by Schmitt Trading Ltd How to consume news while maintaining your sanity Original published June 21, 2021 1.19pm BST Author Aly Colón, Washington and Lee University Too much news can overwhelm consumers and promote anxiety. The Washington Post / Contributor/ Getty Images Aly Colón, Washington and Lee University The amount and variety of newsContinue reading “7 tips on how to handle news”

Google’s history of differentiating good content from bad content

This article briefly discusses Google’s history of differentiating good (high-quality) content from bad content (low-quality) content since its inception several years ago. Initially, when Google started out, its algorithm was developed as the basis for SEO on its platform; since then it has been used to create a noticeable gap between high-quality and low-quality content.Continue reading “Google’s history of differentiating good content from bad content”

6 simple steps to increase your wealth

Interview with Philipp J. Müller “Anyone can do it”: Self-made millionaire explains the steps to more wealth There’s hardly anyone who doesn’t want to make more of their money. Self-made millionaire and stock market trader Philipp J. Müller has done it. In an interview with FOCUS Online, he gives tips on how anyone can getContinue reading “6 simple steps to increase your wealth”

Legal tender

Legal tender is a form of money that courts of law are required to recognize as satisfactory payment for any monetary debt.[1] Each jurisdiction determines what is legal tender, but essentially it is anything which when offered (“tendered”) in payment of a debt extinguishes the debt. There is no obligation on the creditor to acceptContinue reading “Legal tender”

VAT identification number

A value added tax identification number or VAT identification number (VATIN) is an identifier used in many countries, including the countries of the European Union, for value added tax purposes. In the EU, a VAT identification number can be verified online at the EU’s official VIES[1] website. It confirms that the number is currently allocatedContinue reading “VAT identification number”

Financial analyst

A financial analyst, securities analyst, research analyst, equity analyst, investment analyst, or rating analyst is a person who performs financial analysis for external or internal financial clients as a core part of the job. Analysts are generally divided into ‘buy-side’ and ‘sell-side’. A buy-side analyst, such as a fund manager, works for a company whichContinue reading “Financial analyst”

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