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  • The number comes from the APA's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), a periodically revised guidebook containing all of the mental health issues recognized by the APA.
  • Bill Hardekoph, CEO of, a credit card consumer education website, and author of The Credit Card Guidebook, gives us the highlights of how the legislation will help cardholders.
  • You should also be aware of state laws surrounding pregnancy leave and discrimination and know your rights and maternity benefits as noted in your company procedure guidebook.
  • The Premium Membership provides all of the free and gold member benefits plus a copy of the senior discounts guidebook, which is a downloadable version of their database.
  • First, if you visit NADA online, keep in mind you will not receive the same value as the NADA "orange' guidebook that is offered to dealers upon membership to the NADA.