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CLINTON'S IMPACT ON BUSINESS AND INVESTMENTS -- TWO GROUND-BREAKING REPORTS

 CLINTON'S IMPACT ON BUSINESS AND INVESTMENTS --
 TWO GROUND-BREAKING REPORTS
 ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Institute of Business Management issued the following:
 Two ground breaking reports -- "The Business Survival Guide to Clintonomics" and "Survive, Invest and Profit in the Clinton Economy" -- address issues affecting small and mid-sized businesses and the changing investment climate under the Clinton administration.
 "The Business Survival Guide ..." describes steps companies can implement immediately to protect themselves from a Clinton regulatory and tax bombardment. Recommendations cover:
 -- Clinton's employer-mandated health insurance program.
 -- Costly regulations likely to be pushed by the EEOC, OSHA, FTC,
 FDA, EPA, and other agencies.
 -- What to deduct in '92 and what to defer until '93 to optimize
 business and personal wealth.
 -- Strategies for securing low-interest bank credit and extending
 loans.
 -- Instituting mandated employee-training programs cost
 -effectively.
 -- Taking full advantage of new federal R&D expansion programs.
 "Survive, Invest and Profit ..." examines Clinton's economic agenda and recommends immediate "Clinton-proof" investment strategies, including the hottest information on Clinton growth areas as well as early warning on the new danger zones. Tips include:
 -- Which sector funds are sure bets to grow.
 -- How to avoid huge losses in maturities, bonds and bond funds.
 -- The biggest profit centers during the Clinton years -- pop
 culture and books.
 -- Stocks -- terrific bets and absolute losers.
 Call the National Institute of Business Management at 800-762-4924 for credit card orders. Reports are $29.95 each.
 -0- 11/5/92
 /NOTE: For media copies, call the contacts below./
 /CONTACT: Neil Griffin, 703-706-5914, or Barbara Young, 703-706-5912, both of the National Institute of Business Management/ CO: National Institute of Business Management ST: Virginia IN: FIN SU:


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