A-1 Auto Transport of California is inviting International and U.S.A students to come out and try their luck at a scholarship to help pay their college tuition. Helping with the costs of college, students have a chance to earn $1,000, $500 or $250. All awards are made directly to the student’s schools financial office to help offset the costs of their education.
If you are a part time or full-time student, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher and are currently enrolled in an educational program, trade school, driving school or college then you are eligible for entry.
All you must do to be entered to win is send your name, contact info, including the name of your school to email@example.com along with an originally written essay on a topic from the auto transport industry.
The essays must be at least 1,000 words and be on any topic if it pertains to the auto shipping industry. Students are advised to use their imaginations and information found online to come up with something interesting to write about.
All accepted essays will be posted to the company website where the public can vote on them, therefore, students are encouraged to share their essay once published to help get their votes up.
The Scholarship Committee then uses the votes the essays get, along with their own votes to determine the winners. They do so at the end of March 2019. The winners will be notified via email.
Deadline is March 10, 2019 to get your applications in! Good luck to all!
Press release A-1 Auto Transport
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We all know one fact that Singapore education system is the best education system in the world. With so many countries students of Singapore have shown that they have the spark to achieve something new and the hunger to achieve more. Due to an increasing population, the organizations and institutions for studies have increased drastically. This has increased and also introduced a lot of new categories of job opportunities in the society and one of them which is growing a lot these days is the Tuition centers which are also known as coaching centers. In this article, we are going to discuss about the need and importance of tuition centers and what should be the tuition rates that one should have in their centers.
The need of tuition centers is best explained by those who fail to cope up with the class and also by those who want to get the answers to each question before anyone else in the class. Irrespective of the fact that a child is brilliant or dull these centers are filled with students of all calibers. These centers are used in basically and broadly in 2 ways. First is used by those people who have a good IQ and they want to either learn more or get better in what they want and secondly is used by those who have the scope to improve a lot.
The rates of tuition center depend upon many small factors inclusive of the strength of each class, reputation that the teacher holds, liking of students and ease of flexible timing. One who provides all these things will charge more. Moreover, there are 2 types of tuitions that are basically known. One is the home or private tuitions and the second is the public or class tuitions. In the first category, the tuition teacher comes to the house of its student and teaches them there.
Now going to the second category of the tuition centers, it is the general one where students of different institutions come and study together. There is a complete class of a few students ranging from 10 to 100 students at once.
The number of classes per month, duration of study, the category of tuition and a few other factors clubbed together can tell the amount which is charged by the teacher. Apart from this sometimes the standard in which the child studies also makes a difference. It is hard to teach a tiny taught than an elder student.
Now when it comes to the 1-to-1 which means private home tuitions then we have the best teachers that you could ever get. We are proficient in our work and the teachers are expert and are thorough with what they are teaching. We provide these teachers at the best time according to you and at the best rates that you prefer. We have male and female teachers which will erase all the problems of having a teacher at your home. Everything is at your ease with just one click from you. Get your child the best home tuitions so that he/she outshines everybody in the class. To get the best out of them you can hire experts from our institution. We are having a fat chart from which you can choose the best offer for you and your child. We are ready to help your child get the best coaching in all of the Singapore. If you still doubt on the experts of our coaching center you can call us at the given number to arrange a demo class. We will give you complete satisfaction and your child a complete ambiance of study at your doorsteps. The private classes have their own advantages in which the prominent ones are the full of attention devoted to just one student and that is your child. We would produce sample papers, test sheets, and the results will be in front of you without any tampering or delay.
It is easy and you have all the power, it would be easy to keep a check on your child on what he/she is studying and it will give us the leverage of telling you the progress report of your child each day or every couple of days. There is an ease where our teachers can undergo the process of evaluating your child in front of you. We have a complete panel of teachers including experienced teachers of almost all the subjects which are having a good reputation and degrees of their expertise. Investing in us will give you the best output and trust us when we tell you this, your child will be in good hands.
The rising tuition fees have made attending university a very daunting prospect for many students. When this sharp increase in fees is combined with a high cost of living, it means that managing your finances and ensuring that you can live comfortably can be difficult. Fortunately, today’s students have found a few fantastic way to manage their finances each month and ensure that it does not impact their studies and lifestyle.
The most important tip is to create a budget and stick to it for each week. To establish a budget, you first need to add up your total income. This could include student loan, savings, income from a job, grants or bursaries and money from parents/guardians. Next, you subtract essential outgoings. These include tuition fees, rent, household bills, insurance, phone bill, travel and food. The figure you are left with is what you can then spend on other items such as socialising, household supplies, books for your course and clothes. There are many great online tools or apps that can help with sticking to your budget.
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- Part-Time Work
Another way that students have combated the increase in tuition fees is to take on part-time work. This can give a great boost to your income and give you cash to use on yourself, plus it will it may also give you transferable skills and experience that will help in the future. However, it is crucial that this work does not interfere with your studies, so you must be ruthless at organising your time. Ideally, the work will be flexible and you can communicate openly with your employer about your studies.
- Short-Term Loans
If you find yourself in need of some fast cash to cover part of your income, you should consider a short-term loan which is what many students are now doing. There are companies that are created solely to help students, including Smart Pig. Companies like this provide same day loans of up to around £350 until your next student finance payment. Student payday loan businesses typically have improved pricing, loan terms and procedures than regular payday loan companies.
These three methods are all great ways for students to manage their finances and handle the rise of tuition fees. With careful planning and regularly checking your finances each week, you should be able to stay on top of your bills and not have your studies or social life impacted by fees and cost of living.
US Congress last night finally passed a deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff, as critics attacked the Republican party for giving in and allowing tax hikes on wealthy Americans in return for minimal spending cuts.
President Barack Obama was in a triumphant mood as he addressed the nation after the vote on Capitol Hill, even winking at photographers before flying back to Hawaii to resume his vacation.
- Income tax rates: Extends decade-old tax cuts on incomes up to $400,000 for individuals, $450,000 for couples. Earnings above those amounts would be taxed at a rate of 39.6%, up from the current 35%. Extends Bill Clinton-era caps on itemized deductions and the phase-out of the personal exemption for individuals making more than $250,000 andcouples earning more than $300,000.
- Estate tax: Estates would be taxed at a top rate of 40%, with the first $5 million in value exempted for individual estates and $10 million for family estates. In 2012, such estates were subject to a top rate of 35%.
- Capital gains, dividends: Taxes on capital gains and dividend income exceeding $400,000 for individuals and $450,000 for families would increase from 15% to 20%.
US Congress finally passed a deal to avoid the so-called fiscal cliff
- Alternative minimum tax: Permanently addresses the alternative minimum tax and indexes it for inflation to prevent nearly 30 million middle- and upper-middle income taxpayers from being hit with higher tax bills averaging almost $3,000. The tax was originally designed to ensure that the wealthy did not avoid owing taxes by using loopholes.
- Other tax changes: Extends for five years Obama-sought expansions of the child tax credit, earned income tax credit, and an up to $2,500 tax credit for college tuition. Also extends for one year accelerated “bonus” depreciation of business investments in new property and equipment, a tax credit for research and development costs and a tax credit for renewable energy such as wind-generated electricity.
- Unemployment benefits: Extends jobless benefits for the long-term unemployed for one year.
- Cuts in Medicare reimbursements to doctors: Blocks a 27% cut in Medicare payments to doctors for one year. The cut is the product of an obsolete 1997 budget formula.
- Social Security payroll tax cut: Allows a 2 percentage point cut in the payroll tax first enacted two years ago to lapse, which restores the payroll tax to 6.2%.
- Across-the-board cuts: Delays for two months $109 billion worth of across-the-board spending cuts set to start striking the Pentagon and domestic agencies this week. Cost of $24 billion is divided between spending cuts and new revenues from rules changes on converting traditional individual retirement accounts into Roth IRAs.