PayPal Privacy Statement

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Effective March 12, 2020

  1. Overview
  2. Your privacy rights and choices
    1. Understanding your rights
    2. Understanding your choices
  3. The personal data we collect
  4. Where personal data comes from
    1. How we use tracking technologies like cookies
  5. Why we collect personal data
  6. How and why we share personal data
  7. How we protect your personal data
  8. How this statement changes over time
  9. Contact Us

 

Overview

This privacy statement explains how and why PayPal collects, stores, uses, and shares personal data when you visit our websites or use our services. Reading it will help you understand your privacy rights and choices.

“Personal data” in this statement means information about you, including your identity, finances, and online behavior.

“PayPal” in this statement means PayPal, Inc. This privacy statement only applies to the PayPal and Xoom services offered by PayPal. To learn about our privacy practices for our other products or services, like

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Nationally Accredited Personal Trainer Certification

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Okay, so you’ve done your research, that’s great! You practically live for working out, even better! And, now, you may be exploring the possibilities of in-home virtual training, awesome! People need you now more than ever!

Accountability. Motivation. Encouragement. These are things that you can provide, whether in-person or on a video chat. A software program or a YouTube video can’t replace YOU! As trainers, we use tools to make our jobs more effective and efficient, but those tools can’t give the interaction that is needed by your presence and your skill!

Now, are you ready to make your passion your life purpose? Here’s how…

First, you need to get your personal trainer certification through a trusted institution with an accredited certification. Fortunately, we are just that! We have what you need to put your lifestyle to work in a meaningful way. The NFPT Certification is accredited by the National

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Saving Money Tips to Save Money on Everyday Expenses

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You probably already know some of the basics—like how making your own coffee or bringing your lunch to work can save you hundreds of dollars a year. If you are doing that, definitely keep it up!

But let’s look at a few other ways you can save on everyday expenses, and how some simple decisions that you make every day can help you save money.

The supermarket is a great place to start because there are a lot of easy ways to cut down on your shopping bill. You may already be doing things like: making a list to cut back on impulse buying, clipping coupons or using apps to find deals, and even looking at the price-per-unit to help you get the most for your money…

But there are even more ways you can save.

For example, when you see a sale or discount, be strategic.

Sales and discounts

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Personal Settings | Blackboard Help

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Edit your personal information

Doesn’t seem familiar? Jump to the “Ultra” help about editing your info and preferences.

You can edit the information that appears in your user account on the Edit Personal Information page. Changes you make appear throughout Blackboard Learn. For example, if you change your last name, the new last name appears in all the courses you’re enrolled in or teaching. Most of the personal information is optional.

Your institution may not allow you to change your personal information, password, or settings through Blackboard Learn. Blackboard Learn often shares data with other systems on campus, such as the registrar’s office. Your institution may need to ensure that your information is the same everywhere. In this case, your institution will have a different way to change your information. Contact your institution for more information.

  1. Open the menu next to your name in the page header > Settings >
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Counting Money Lesson Plans, Coin Counting Worksheets, Teaching Cents Lessons

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COUNT COINS

   


Counting Money – Count Coins

Our basic worksheet for practice counting coins and money. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters. Also, you may use coins with amounts written on the coin, coin names, the back of coins, Canadian coins (including Loonies), Euros, and British Currency. Also mix coin fronts and coin backs – heads and tails. 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents.

HOW MUCH?

   


Counting Coins - How Much?

How Much?

Practice counting coins and writing the respective amounts. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters. Available with faces (younger students) and without face pictures.

 

COUNTING MONEY LESSON PLAN

   

Counting Money Practice – Lesson Plan

Includes hands-on instruction and classroom exercises for teaching counting money. Students practice counting money.  For improving counting and identification skills with coins.

 

WHAT IS MONEY LESSON PLAN

   


What is Money? – Lesson Plan

Students become acquainted with money.  Lesson includes learning about money as an exchange tool to purchase goods, and

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Personal Branding 101

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(Photo: Microsoft Free Clip Art)

In my last blog I discussed how to conduct a personal S.W.O.T. analysis, an exercise businesses use to assess themselves and competitors to formulate strategies. This week’s topic is about another process companies use that you can apply to yourself and your career…branding.

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The Basics of Employee Benefits

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Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.


Once you have great employees on board, how do you keep them from jumping ship? One way is by offering a good benefits package.

Many small-business owners mistakenly believe they cannot afford to offer benefits. But while going without benefits may boost your bottom line in the short run, than penny-wise philosophy could strangle your business’s chances for long-term prosperity. “There are certain benefits good employees feel they must have,” says Ray Silverstein, founder of PRO, President’s Resource Organization, a small-business advisory network.

Heading the list of must-have benefits is medical insurance, but many job applicants also demand a retirement plan, disability insurance and more. Tell these applicants no benefits are offered, and often top-flight candidates will head for the door.

The positive side to this coin: Offer the right benefit, and your business may just jump-start its growth. “Give employees the

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What is currency? definition and meaning

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Tokens used as money in a country. In addition to the metal coins and paper bank notes, modern currency also includes checks drawn on bank accounts, money orders, travelers checks, and will soon include electronic money or digital cash.

Types of Currency

What gives currency its value? Depending on the type of money, there are many different ways that value is assigned and handled. These are the types of currency.

Fiat Currency

Fiat currency is, at its core, money that is worth what the government and free market determine it is worth.

It gets its value through fiat. Every developed nation uses fiat currency, because the value can be controlled through monetary policies. Some examples of fiat currency include the American dollar, British pound, and Euro.
Asset Backed Currency

Sometimes, assets like gold and silver are used to guarantee the value of currency. Often, asset backed currencies are made out

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Personal services legal definition of personal services

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Their groping efforts to better their condition received strong stimulus also from the ravages of the terrible Black Death, a pestilence which, sweeping off at its first visitation, in 1348, at least half the population, and on two later recurrences only smaller proportions, led to a scarcity of laborers and added strength to their demand for commutation of personal services by money-payments and for higher wages.
A commodity which is a more or less adulterated condition the State sells to the citizen as a reward for his allegiance, taxes and personal service.
Where, for the first time in many revolving years, the overwhelming pressure of pecuniary liabilities was not proclaimed, from day to day, by importune voices declining to vacate the passage; where there was no knocker on the door for any creditor to appeal to; where personal service of process was not required, and detainees were merely lodged
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The personal is political – Wikipedia

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Political rallying slogan and argument derived from second-wave feminism movements

The personal is political, also termed The private is political, is a political argument used as a rallying slogan of student movement and second-wave feminism from the late 1960s. It underscored the connections between personal experience and larger social and political structures. In the context of the feminist movement of the 1960s and 1970s, it was a challenge to the nuclear family and family values.[1] The phrase has been repeatedly described as a defining characterization of second-wave feminism, radical feminism, women’s studies, or feminism in general.[2][3]

The phrase was popularized by the publication of a 1969 essay by feminist Carol Hanisch under the title “The Personal is Political” in 1970,[4] but she disavows authorship of the phrase, as she says that “As far as I know, that was done by Notes from the Second

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