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Ive got 2 essay questions from principles of economics and 3 essay questions from political science. and some multiple choice but will need you to be online with me. You will receive a great bonus.

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Alex :

Sorry, here now.

Alex :

Let me know what you need first.

Customer:

ok one second.

Customer:

Define the four basic types of trade barriers. b) Who gains and who loses from a protective tariff? Explain.

Customer:

Explain the tools used to pursue expansionary and contractionary fiscal policy. During which phases of the business cycle would each be appropriate? b) Explain what is meant by a built-in stabilizer and give two examples.

Customer:

the above 2 from economics

Customer:

and the nest 3 from political science

Customer:

next*

Customer:

What is legal reasoning? How is it different from other kinds of reasoning? What are advantages and disadvantages to this kind of reasoning?

Customer:

Describe two advantages and two disadvantages for international political institutions. In your answer include at least two examples of these institutions.

Customer:

Explain and analyze two differences between the governmental system of the United States and England. Why are they different? In what ways are they the same?

Alex :

Ok, any idea which four on the first? There are several and I don't have the text book.

Customer:

you can do them in order given.

Customer:

I believe we have 3 hurs to do this and other multiple choice that I will be working on

Customer:

3 hours and 20 mins to be exact.

Alex :

Ok, I've got 1.5 hours from right now. Should be able to get them. May have some questions for you though.

Customer:

you will work only for 1.5 hrs from now?

Alex :

That's all I can then I will have to do at least one other question that's promised for tonight.

Alex :

I may have some more time after that.

Customer:

so, now you see the 5 essay questions, whats the fair price you have in mind? might need some help on multiple choice which I am going to start now!

Alex :

It looks like you've paid $60 and based on a commission it would have to be a $25 bonus. Does that sound fair? Of course assuming I answer them all completely.

Customer:

That is what I had in mind, I will always top you good :)

Alex :

Also, just realized these are listed in essays and that's really intended for longer questions. You should probably list in general homework next time as the list price is cheaper as these are really short answers.

Alex :

Short answer questions, not short answers..... :)

Alex :

These categories are new so I'm figuring it out as well, always just used to be a general homework category.

Alex :

I'm going to disappear for at least an hour and then join back to give you an update.

Customer:

Gotcha, use cheaper category and more bonus :0

Customer:

I do have multiple choices too :)

Alex :

Correct, this category is really for a single problem 3 pages or less I believe.

Alex :

Anyway, I'm going to get on this.

Alex :

Back in a bit.

Customer:

Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX

Alex :

Progressing pretty well through these. Two more to go.

Customer:

great!

Alex :

Done in about 5 minutes.

Alex :

Ok, all set: http://wikisend.com/download/295870/DiscussionQuestions.doc

Alex :

There's a few minutes to spare. Look over it and let me know if you have questions or any other questions you want me to look over here in the next 10 minutes or so.

Customer:

ok

Customer:

do you have to go in 5 minutes?

Customer:

any more input for the last 2?

Alex :

I can maybe go a few minutes over. Have another one due in 30 minutes. Do the last two need to be longer?

Customer:

no but i may need help with multiple choice, are you available now or later?

Alex :

Now would be best. What do you have?

Customer:

ok so we have ~30mins

Alex :

I can do 15 more.

Customer:

havent looked at political science, since im working on economics, i tell you what

Customer:

do whatever you can do from political multiple choice as you can

Alex :

Ok, sounds good. Send them over.

Customer:

1. (TCO 1) When can social interaction be considered political? (Points : 5)
Whenever people get on each other's nerves
Whenever people try to harm each other
When there is difference and compromise
When people love each other








2. (TCO 4) What is the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (the jurisdiction given in the Constitution)? (Points : 5)
Judicial review
Impeach the president
Act as the trial court for the government
Tell lower courts what to do

 








3. ((TCO 8) What does the European Union do? (Points : 5)
Defend England from France
Defend Europe from Russia
Create an environment for common economic problem solving
Nothing because it never succeeded

 








4. (TCO 1) To be human, according to Aristotle, is also to be (Points : 5)
war-like
in a family
political
anti-political

 








5. (TCO 4) In what sense has the Supreme Court helped to promote democracy? (Points : 5)
It members are elected democratically
It has fought Communism throughout the world
It has served as a check and balance to other branches of government
It can impeach the President

 








6. (TCO 10) What is the primary reason for treaties between countries? (Points : 5)
Start a war
Create security alliances
Stop the Soviet Union
Form a new country

 








7. (TCO 1) Which of the following serves as the best definition of politics? (Points : 5)
Distributing unlimited resources
Finding resources and keeping them for ourselves
Negotiation over how to allocate limited resources
All of the above

 








8. (TCO 4) What are the 2 components of a Supreme Court decision? (Points : 5)
The judges and the lawyers
The opinions and the facts
The vote and the opinion
The congress and the president

 








9. (TCO 10) How effective are treaties between countries? (Points : 5)
They are always effective
They are hardly ever effective
They are only as effective as their enforcement mechanisms
They are only as effective when they allow countries to break them without consequences

 








10. (TCO 2) What form of politics gives at least some power to those being effected by decisions? (Points : 5)
Aristotle's politics
oligarchy
theocracy
democracy

 








11. (TCO 4) What is precedent when used to refer to legal decisions? (Points : 5)
Using moral thinking instead of legal thinking
Using prior decisions to determine current ones
The non-democratic method of appointing judges
The idea that the court is infallible

 








12. (TCO 8) Which of the following is more powerful? (Points : 5)
the UN General Assembly
the UN Security Council
the World Court
they are all equal

 








13. (TCO 2) How would we characterize ancient Athenian democracy? (Points : 5)
Representative
Liberal
Communist
Direct

 








14. (TCO 3) Why have third parties been unsuccessful in the United States? (Points : 5)
They are disadvantaged by the plurality system of elections
They are forbidden in the Constitution
They are against state law
XXXXX XXXXX declared them undemocratic

 








15. (TCO 5) What usually prevents countries from allowing any group from within a country to have independence? (Points : 5)
international pressure
economic concerns
freedom of choice
ethnic identity
Alex :

Ok, working on them.

Customer:

thanks Alex

Customer:

I can give you a 50% even bonus ($30)

Customer:

if you help me with another ~20 more multiple choices

Customer:

I have about 1.5hrs left

Alex :

I can go 10 more minutes then I have to work on others. I'm at almost two hours tonight on this and have to make enough to justify the time. Assuming you are going to accept and pay $30 bonus? Not sure what you meant above.

Customer:

a total of $100 but you do not have enough time, so we are at $85, but will give you $90 for those 15 questions.

Alex :

Yes, that's fine. One more to go. Assume the others can't wait till tomorrow?

Alex :

1C

Alex :

2A

Alex :

3C

Alex :

4C

Alex :

5C

Alex :

6B

Alex :

7C

Alex :

8C

Alex :

9C

Alex :

10D

Alex :

11B

Alex :

12B?

Alex :

13D

Alex :

14A

Alex :

15B

Alex :

Unsure on 12 but feel good about the rest. Not sure why so many C answers. Had to read them again to make sure.

Customer:

thanks! haha i see

Customer:

are you coming back tonight?

Alex :

No, I've got some other longer ones to work on so won't be back on tonight.

Alex :

Remember to do homework next time for these and I can hopefully save you some money.

Customer:

I have 15 more from political science

Alex :

15 more and that's it?

Customer:

yup

Alex :

Ok, you pay well I've got to help. Send them my way. Will have to work late tonight :)

Customer:

haha that was funny, you want to save me money :)

Customer:

1. (TCO 7) How is social democracy different from a liberal democracy? (Points : 5)
Social democracy is communism
Social democracy is more concerned about individual freedom
Taxes are lower in a social democracy
Social democracy includes a powerful government that try to serve all of the people's needs








2. (TCO 3) What is proportional representation? (Points : 5)
Having only one branch of government that does everything
Electing a president from only part of the population
Dividing representation among all parties according to the percentage of the vote each won
Requiring that only one party win all of the votes

 








(Points : 5)
political and economic differences
territorial and cultural differences
representative and democratic issues
war and terrorism

 








4. (TCO 1) Which of the following is/are central in analyzing politics? (Points : 5)
the recognition that politics is a world of change
the recognition that politics involves rules over common life
both a and b
neither a nor b

 








5. (TCO 6) In the U.S. system, overriding a president’s veto is done (Points : 5)
by means of a pocket veto cast by Congress
by means of a 2/3 vote of Congress
by means of judicial review used by Congress
by means of a discharge petition

 








6. (TCO 11) What is the word that defines the sharing of power between different levels of government? (Points : 5)
federalism
nationalism
ethnicity
democracy

 








7. (TCO 2) A state which concentrates power at the central, or national, level is known as which type of state (Points : 5)
unitary
federal
confederal
all of the above

 








8. (TCO 6) In which system is the head of government completely independent from the legislature? (Points : 5)
Parliamentary
Presidential
Liberal
Conservative

 








9. (TCO 11) Why are ethnicities more visible in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was
overthrown?
(Points : 5)
more ethnicities exist there than before the war
more ethnic groups have acquired a political voice
political secession has occurred
Iraq now covers more territory

 








10. (TCO 7) Expansive liberty is supported by (Points : 5)
classical liberals
modern liberals
traditional conservatives
none of the above

 








11. (TCO 6) How does the election process of a president differ from a prime minister? (Points : 5)
a prime minister is elected by the people
a president is elected by the legislature
a prime minister is elected by the legislature
none of the above

 








12. (TCO 9) Laissez-faire economies are (Points : 5)
countries in which the government owns many social services and heavily regulates
private industry.

those that remain most closely tied to the free market.
have strong centralized governments attempting to balance income distribution and market concerns between the democratic population and the private sector.
none of the above.

 








13. (TCO 7) To believe that the individual is rational and capable of making his or her own decisions makes you a supporter of (Points : 5)
classical liberalism
traditional conservatism
the divine right of kings
both a and b

 








14. (TCO 6) In the US, which of the following is more powerful? (Points : 5)
the Senate
the House of Representatives
these all have equal power
none of the above


15. (TCO 9) Which of the following is an example of a safety net in the United States that is not a part of the free market economy? (Points : 5)
stock exchange
Wal-Mart
social security

Alex :

Question 3 missing.

Customer:

1. (TCO 1) When can social interaction be considered political? (Points : 5)
Whenever people get on each other's nerves
Whenever people try to harm each other
When there is difference and compromise
When people love each other








2. (TCO 4) What is the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (the jurisdiction given in the Constitution)? (Points : 5)
Judicial review
Impeach the president
Act as the trial court for the government
Tell lower courts what to do

 








3. ((TCO 8) What does the European Union do? (Points : 5)
Defend England from France
Defend Europe from Russia
Create an environment for common economic problem solving
Nothing because it never succeeded

 








4. (TCO 1) To be human, according to Aristotle, is also to be (Points : 5)
war-like
in a family
political
anti-political

 








5. (TCO 4) In what sense has the Supreme Court helped to promote democracy? (Points : 5)
It members are elected democratically
It has fought Communism throughout the world
It has served as a check and balance to other branches of government
It can impeach the President

 








6. (TCO 10) What is the primary reason for treaties between countries? (Points : 5)
Start a war
Create security alliances
Stop the Soviet Union
Form a new country

 








7. (TCO 1) Which of the following serves as the best definition of politics? (Points : 5)
Distributing unlimited resources
Finding resources and keeping them for ourselves
Negotiation over how to allocate limited resources
All of the above

 








8. (TCO 4) What are the 2 components of a Supreme Court decision? (Points : 5)
The judges and the lawyers
The opinions and the facts
The vote and the opinion
The congress and the president

 








9. (TCO 10) How effective are treaties between countries? (Points : 5)
They are always effective
They are hardly ever effective
They are only as effective as their enforcement mechanisms
They are only as effective when they allow countries to break them without consequences

 








10. (TCO 2) What form of politics gives at least some power to those being effected by decisions? (Points : 5)
Aristotle's politics
oligarchy
theocracy
democracy

 








11. (TCO 4) What is precedent when used to refer to legal decisions? (Points : 5)
Using moral thinking instead of legal thinking
Using prior decisions to determine current ones
The non-democratic method of appointing judges
The idea that the court is infallible

 








12. (TCO 8) Which of the following is more powerful? (Points : 5)
the UN General Assembly
the UN Security Council
the World Court
they are all equal

 








13. (TCO 2) How would we characterize ancient Athenian democracy? (Points : 5)
Representative
Liberal
Communist
Direct

 








14. (TCO 3) Why have third parties been unsuccessful in the United States? (Points : 5)
They are disadvantaged by the plurality system of elections
They are forbidden in the Constitution
They are against state law
XXXXX XXXXX declared them undemocratic


15. (TCO 5) What usually prevents countries from allowing any group from within a country to have independence? (Points : 5)
international pressure
economic concerns
freedom of choice
ethnic identity

Customer:

crap hold on

Customer:

thats not it

Customer:

1. (TCO 7) How is social democracy different from a liberal democracy? (Points : 5)


Social democracy is communism


Social democracy is more concerned about individual freedom


Taxes are lower in a social democracy


Social democracy includes a powerful government that try to serve all of the people's needs


 


2. (TCO 3) What is proportional representation? (Points : 5)


Having only one branch of government that does everything


Electing a president from only part of the population


Dividing representation among all parties according to the percentage of the vote each won


Requiring that only one party win all of the votes


 


3. (TCO 5) Which conditions are usually required for successful cases of independence from a national government?


 


(Points : 5)


political and economic differences


territorial and cultural differences


representative and democratic issues


war and terrorism


 


4. (TCO 1) Which of the following is/are central in analyzing politics? (Points : 5)


the recognition that politics is a world of change


the recognition that politics involves rules over common life


both a and b


neither a nor b


 


5. (TCO 6) In the U.S. system, overriding a president’s veto is done (Points : 5)


by means of a pocket veto cast by Congress


by means of a 2/3 vote of Congress


by means of judicial review used by Congress


by means of a discharge petition


 


6. (TCO 11) What is the word that defines the sharing of power between different levels of government? (Points : 5)


federalism


nationalism


ethnicity


democracy


 


7. (TCO 2) A state which concentrates power at the central, or national, level is known as which type of state (Points : 5)


unitary


federal


confederal


all of the above


 


8. (TCO 6) In which system is the head of government completely independent from the legislature? (Points : 5)


Parliamentary


Presidential


Liberal


Conservative


 


9. (TCO 11) Why are ethnicities more visible in Iraq after Saddam Hussein was


overthrown? (Points : 5)


more ethnicities exist there than before the war


more ethnic groups have acquired a political voice


political secession has occurred


Iraq now covers more territory


 


10. (TCO 7) Expansive liberty is supported by (Points : 5)


classical liberals


modern liberals


traditional conservatives


none of the above


 


11. (TCO 6) How does the election process of a president differ from a prime minister? (Points : 5)


a prime minister is elected by the people


a president is elected by the legislature


a prime minister is elected by the legislature


none of the above


 


12. (TCO 9) Laissez-faire economies are (Points : 5)


countries in which the government owns many social services and heavily regulates


private industry.


those that remain most closely tied to the free market.


have strong centralized governments attempting to balance income distribution and market concerns between the democratic population and the private sector.


none of the above.


 


13. (TCO 7) To believe that the individual is rational and capable of making his or her own decisions makes you a supporter of (Points : 5)


classical liberalism


traditional conservatism


the divine right of kings


both a and b


 


14. (TCO 6) In the US, which of the following is more powerful? (Points : 5)


the Senate


the House of Representatives


these all have equal power


none of the above


 


15. (TCO 9) Which of the following is an example of a safety net in the United States that is not a part of the free market economy? (Points : 5)


stock exchange


Wal-Mart


social security


none of the above

Alex :

Ok, all set:

Alex :

1D

Alex :

2C

Alex :

3? No idea here

Alex :

4D

Alex :

5B

Alex :

6A

Alex :

7A

Alex :

8A

Alex :

9B

Alex :

10A

Alex :

11D

Alex :

12B

Alex :

13D

Alex :

14C

Alex :

15C

Alex :

Would guess A on question 3 if I had to guess.

Customer:

Great, now I am all left with economics longer exam with ~15 questions.

Customer:

once second

Customer:

one second

Alex :

Well at least I could help with most of it.

Alex :

Sure.

Customer:

ok so times up?

Customer:

and how much is total?

Customer:

brb

Alex :

I thought $40 bonus but make sure we both agree.

Alex :

Yes, have to quit now :)

Customer:

for political second essay you did not talk more about G8 as second example

Alex :

Let me look.

Customer:

thanks!

Alex :

http://wikisend.com/download/956064/DiscussionQuestions.doc

Customer:

how much you want for economics questions now? ~20

Alex :

Sorry, just can't do it tonight. Totally out of time.

Customer:

no problem

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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Thanks again for all the help!
Expert:  Alex replied 2 years ago.
Sure, thank you!
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
let me know if you have time for these. i have 15 minutes.



13. (TCO 4) A recession is a decline in (Points : 4)
the inflation rate that lasts six months or longer.
the unemployment rate that lasts six months or longer.
real GDP that lasts six months or longer.
potential GDP that lasts six months or longer.


16. (TCO 4) GDP tends to overstate economic well-being because it takes into account (Points : 4)
improvements in product quality over time.
expenditures undertaken to correct pollution.
illegal activities of individuals and businesses.
nonmarket activities, such as the productive work of homemakers.



18. (TCO 6) Refer to the graph. What combination would most likely cause a shift from AD1 to AD3?

Graph Description (Points : 4)
Increases in taxes and government spending
Decrease in taxes and increase in government spending
Increase in taxes and decrease in government spending
Decreases in taxes and government spending

19. (TCO 6) The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 included mostly (Points : 4)
increases in taxes and government spending.
decreases in taxes and government spending.
increases in government spending and decreases in taxes.
decreases in government spending and increases in taxes.2. (TCO 5) The upward slope of the short-run aggregate supply curve is based on the assumption that (Points : 4)
wages and other resource prices do not respond to price level changes.
wages and other resource prices do respond to price level changes.
prices of output do not respond to price level changes.
prices of inputs are flexible while prices of outputs are fixed.

3. (TCO 5) If the price of crude oil decreases, then this event would most likely (Points : 4)
decrease aggregate supply in the U.S.
increase aggregate supply in the U.S.
increase aggregate demand in the U.S.
decrease aggregate demand in the U.S.

10. (TCO 7) Money is "created" when (Points : 4)
a depositor gets cash from the bank's ATM.
a bank accepts deposits from its customers.
people receive loans from their banks.
people spend the incomes that they receive.



17. (TCO 8) A key difference between import quotas and voluntary export restraints (VERs) is that the (Points : 4)
domestic government administers the former, whereas the foreign government administers the latter.
foreign government administers the former, whereas the domestic government administers the latter.
one is a tax, whereas the other is a quantity limit.
one raises the price of the imported product involved, whereas the other one does not.

18. (TCO 8) When tariffs on imported products are removed by a nation, it will result in (Points : 4)
higher prices and lower quantities consumed.
higher prices and quantities consumed.
lower prices and quantities consumed.
lower prices and higher quantities consumed.

19. (TCO 8) A major goal of the World Trade Organization is to (Points : 4)
increase the protection of producers against foreign trade competition.
encourage bilateral trade agreements between nations.
liberalize international trade among nations.
maximize tariff revenue for governments.

20. (TCO 9) French and German farmers wanting to buy equipment from an American manufacturer based in the U.S. will be (Points : 4)
supplying dollars and also supplying euros in the foreign exchange market.
demanding dollars and also demanding euros in the foreign exchange market.
supplying dollars and demanding euros in the foreign exchange market.
supplying euros and demanding dollars in the foreign exchange market.


1. (TCO 9) Remittances of Mexican workers in the U.S. to their families in Mexico are included in the U.S. balance of payments as a debit in the section on (Points : 4)
trade in services.
net international transfers.
financial accounts.
capital accounts.

2. (TCO 9) If the United States wants to regain ownership of domestic assets sold to foreigners, it will have to (Points : 4)
increase domestic consumption.
increase its national debt.
export more than it imports.
import more than it exports.


5. (TCO 9) Proponents of the managed floating exchange rate system argue that it has (Points : 4)
added the volatility needed by the exchange rate market.
been effective because it is a "nonsystem" without fixed rules.
been sufficiently flexible to weather major economic turbulence.
resolved major problems in balance of payments surpluses and deficits.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
let me know if you have time for these. i have 6 minutes.



13. (TCO 4) A recession is a decline in (Points : 4)
the inflation rate that lasts six months or longer.
the unemployment rate that lasts six months or longer.
real GDP that lasts six months or longer.
potential GDP that lasts six months or longer.


16. (TCO 4) GDP tends to overstate economic well-being because it takes into account (Points : 4)
improvements in product quality over time.
expenditures undertaken to correct pollution.
illegal activities of individuals and businesses.
nonmarket activities, such as the productive work of homemakers.



18. (TCO 6) Refer to the graph. What combination would most likely cause a shift from AD1 to AD3?

Graph Description (Points : 4)
Increases in taxes and government spending
Decrease in taxes and increase in government spending
Increase in taxes and decrease in government spending
Decreases in taxes and government spending

19. (TCO 6) The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 included mostly (Points : 4)
increases in taxes and government spending.
decreases in taxes and government spending.
increases in government spending and decreases in taxes.
decreases in government spending and increases in taxes.

2. (TCO 5) The upward slope of the short-run aggregate supply curve is based on the assumption that (Points : 4)
wages and other resource prices do not respond to price level changes.
wages and other resource prices do respond to price level changes.
prices of output do not respond to price level changes.
prices of inputs are flexible while prices of outputs are fixed.

3. (TCO 5) If the price of crude oil decreases, then this event would most likely (Points : 4)
decrease aggregate supply in the U.S.
increase aggregate supply in the U.S.
increase aggregate demand in the U.S.
decrease aggregate demand in the U.S.

10. (TCO 7) Money is "created" when (Points : 4)
a depositor gets cash from the bank's ATM.
a bank accepts deposits from its customers.
people receive loans from their banks.
people spend the incomes that they receive.



17. (TCO 8) A key difference between import quotas and voluntary export restraints (VERs) is that the (Points : 4)
domestic government administers the former, whereas the foreign government administers the latter.
foreign government administers the former, whereas the domestic government administers the latter.
one is a tax, whereas the other is a quantity limit.
one raises the price of the imported product involved, whereas the other one does not.

18. (TCO 8) When tariffs on imported products are removed by a nation, it will result in (Points : 4)
higher prices and lower quantities consumed.
higher prices and quantities consumed.
lower prices and quantities consumed.
lower prices and higher quantities consumed.

19. (TCO 8) A major goal of the World Trade Organization is to (Points : 4)
increase the protection of producers against foreign trade competition.
encourage bilateral trade agreements between nations.
liberalize international trade among nations.
maximize tariff revenue for governments.

20. (TCO 9) French and German farmers wanting to buy equipment from an American manufacturer based in the U.S. will be (Points : 4)
supplying dollars and also supplying euros in the foreign exchange market.
demanding dollars and also demanding euros in the foreign exchange market.
supplying dollars and demanding euros in the foreign exchange market.
supplying euros and demanding dollars in the foreign exchange market.


1. (TCO 9) Remittances of Mexican workers in the U.S. to their families in Mexico are included in the U.S. balance of payments as a debit in the section on (Points : 4)
trade in services.
net international transfers.
financial accounts.
capital accounts.

2. (TCO 9) If the United States wants to regain ownership of domestic assets sold to foreigners, it will have to (Points : 4)
increase domestic consumption.
increase its national debt.
export more than it imports.
import more than it exports.


5. (TCO 9) Proponents of the managed floating exchange rate system argue that it has (Points : 4)
added the volatility needed by the exchange rate market.
been effective because it is a "nonsystem" without fixed rules.
been sufficiently flexible to weather major economic turbulence.
resolved major problems in balance of payments surpluses and deficits.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Managed to answer them.

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Tory Johnson, GMA Workplace Contributor, discusses work-from-home jobs, such as JustAnswer in which verified Experts answer people’s questions.
I will tell you that...the things you have to go through to be an Expert are quite rigorous.
 
 
 

What Customers are Saying:

 
 
 
  • Wonderful service, prompt, efficient, and accurate. Couldn't have asked for more. I cannot thank you enough for your help. Mary C. Freshfield, Liverpool, UK
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  • Wonderful service, prompt, efficient, and accurate. Couldn't have asked for more. I cannot thank you enough for your help. Mary C. Freshfield, Liverpool, UK
  • This expert is wonderful. They truly know what they are talking about, and they actually care about you. They really helped put my nerves at ease. Thank you so much!!!! Alex Los Angeles, CA
  • Thank you for all your help. It is nice to know that this service is here for people like myself, who need answers fast and are not sure who to consult. GP Hesperia, CA
  • I couldn't be more satisfied! This is the site I will always come to when I need a second opinion. Justin Kernersville, NC
  • Just let me say that this encounter has been entirely professional and most helpful. I liked that I could ask additional questions and get answered in a very short turn around. Esther Woodstock, NY
  • Thank you so much for taking your time and knowledge to support my concerns. Not only did you answer my questions, you even took it a step further with replying with more pertinent information I needed to know. Robin Elkton, Maryland
  • He answered my question promptly and gave me accurate, detailed information. If all of your experts are half as good, you have a great thing going here. Diane Dallas, TX
 
 
 

Meet The Experts:

 
 
 
  • Mr. Gregory White

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    412
    M.A., M.S. Education / Educational Administration
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    Mr. Gregory White

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    412
    M.A., M.S. Education / Educational Administration
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    Alex

    Bachelor's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    352
    BS in Business Administration with honors. Able to assist in various business related questions.
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    MyVirtualCPA

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    242
    I have a Master's Degree in accounting, and always enjoyed writing articles and papers.
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    Eric M.

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    169
    BS and MS in computing, pursuing MBA, founder of a half-dozen start up businesses.
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    Brittany

    Professional

    Satisfied Customers:

    135
    AA/Accounting BS/Business
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    DXJWriter

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    132
    20+ years of writing, research, problem-solving & training
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    linda_us

    Master's Degree

    Satisfied Customers:

    81
    Business Analyst and Solution Consultant over 9 years of experience.