Kid, The Investor
By Paul Barr
It's a great
way to teach your child about money - and the world. Here's
how to get started.
Should I invest
on the Net? How do I do it?
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Civil War: A Dad's Guide to
By Joseph E Cordell.
Cordell's book hits
harder than a three-hundred-pound linebacker. Level-headed and
no-nonsense, Civil War is based on the premise that the modern-day
court system continues to operate on the assumption that, in
the event of divorce, women are-and always should be-the primary
custodial parent; and that, furthermore, men are frequently
perceived as liars and abusers who can't be trusted with kids.
Consequently, says the author, custody battles aren't the time
to lose your head, but rather, to screw them on straight. This
isn't pleasure reading-it's a playbook.
who swore off procreation after number three are entitled to
change their minds. Here's how the numbers break down:
-Cost: $5,000 to $15,000 (medical insurance generally won't
cover the expenses)
-Demand: two men per thousand desire reversals
-Time: reversals can require microsurgery, as opposed to the
20-minute vasectomy procedure
-Success rate: Dr. Sherman J. Silber, reverse vasectomy pioneer
and author of the book How Not to Get Pregnant claims 98 percent
of his 6,000 reversals have been a success, with an 88 percent
pregnancy rate among his patients
-Signs of failure: if a man registers no sperm present after
six to 12 months, the reversal is considered a failure.