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Consult the Expert – Business First Louisville – CUB: A Kentucky Community Bank #business #taxes

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Consult the Expert Business First Louisville

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The Era of Smart Technology

Nearly all of us today have a Smart Phone, but what is a Smart Safe?
A Smart Safe is key to managing the challenges of cash in a retail environment. A Smart Safe automatically accepts, validates and stores notes while recording each transaction.

Smart Safe features include:
• Note Validation – tracks and records each note while checking for counterfeits
• Cash Tracking – deposits tracked by each user of the safe by Login ID
• Reporting – various reports can be generated to streamline reconcilement
• Connectivity – stores can provide online access to an armored car carrier and the bank

Benefits of this technology:
• Eliminates the employee risk of taking cash to a bank branch.
• Can lower expenses associated with armored car services as frequency of pickups may be reduced.
• If your bank has online access to the cash deposits they may be willing to provide you advanced availability even though the cash may still be sitting in the safe. If your business consists of managing large amounts of cash, get safe smart.

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Department of Family and Community Services – NSW Businesslink – now FACS Business Services #business #brokers

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NSW Businesslink – now FACS Business Services

Businesslink was merged in to the Department of Family and Community Services as Corporate Services, Business Services on 1 July 2014.

The Business Services Unit primarily provides internal services to Family and Community Services, but also continues to provide services to a range of clients external to FACS including NSW Department of Education and Communities, Aboriginal Affairs, State Property Authority, Office of State Revenue, Juvenile Justice, NSW Mental Health Commission, Treasury Corporation and a range of non government organisations.

Services include a broad range of core, transactional and value-added services, specialising in areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Projects, Property, Workforce and Business services.

To find previous Annual Reports from NSW Businesslink, visit the opengov website .

Contact Details

Business Services Client Support Contact Details

Recruitment Enquiries

For all recruitment enquiries, please phone 1800 203 966.

National Criminal History Record Check Enquiries

Businesslink is accredited to undertake National Criminal History Record Checks. Should your organisation wish to utilise this service, the contact details appear below.

Regional Service Centres

Hunter

Suite 1B, 239 King St, NEWCASTLE 2300
PO Box 2160 Dangar 2309
Phone: (02) 4925 0000
Fax: (02) 4925 0040

Northern

Suite 1, 120 Dalley St, LISMORE 2480
PO Box 1140 Lismore 2480
Phone: (02) 6623 1900
Fax: (02) 6623 1911

Southern

Suite 1.04, 7-9 Morisset St, QUEANBEYAN 2620
PO Box 1629 Queanbeyan 2620
Phone: (02) 6122 3500
Fax: (02) 6122 3511

Western

Suites 5 6, 234-236 Summer St, ORANGE 2800
PO Box 2552 Orange 2800
Phone: (02) 6363 6150
Fax: (02) 6363 6166

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Department of Family and Community Services – NSW Businesslink – now FACS Business Services #small #business #resources

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NSW Businesslink – now FACS Business Services

Businesslink was merged in to the Department of Family and Community Services as Corporate Services, Business Services on 1 July 2014.

The Business Services Unit primarily provides internal services to Family and Community Services, but also continues to provide services to a range of clients external to FACS including NSW Department of Education and Communities, Aboriginal Affairs, State Property Authority, Office of State Revenue, Juvenile Justice, NSW Mental Health Commission, Treasury Corporation and a range of non government organisations.

Services include a broad range of core, transactional and value-added services, specialising in areas such as Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Projects, Property, Workforce and Business services.

To find previous Annual Reports from NSW Businesslink, visit the opengov website .

Contact Details

Business Services Client Support Contact Details

Recruitment Enquiries

For all recruitment enquiries, please phone 1800 203 966.

National Criminal History Record Check Enquiries

Businesslink is accredited to undertake National Criminal History Record Checks. Should your organisation wish to utilise this service, the contact details appear below.

Regional Service Centres

Hunter

Suite 1B, 239 King St, NEWCASTLE 2300
PO Box 2160 Dangar 2309
Phone: (02) 4925 0000
Fax: (02) 4925 0040

Northern

Suite 1, 120 Dalley St, LISMORE 2480
PO Box 1140 Lismore 2480
Phone: (02) 6623 1900
Fax: (02) 6623 1911

Southern

Suite 1.04, 7-9 Morisset St, QUEANBEYAN 2620
PO Box 1629 Queanbeyan 2620
Phone: (02) 6122 3500
Fax: (02) 6122 3511

Western

Suites 5 6, 234-236 Summer St, ORANGE 2800
PO Box 2552 Orange 2800
Phone: (02) 6363 6150
Fax: (02) 6363 6166

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Business Technology – Houston Community College #business #catalyst

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Business Technology

Program Information

General Requirements

  • The Business Technology curricula are designed to provide students an opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for assuming administrative assistant and other office positions in today s competitive workplace. The curricula are competency-based and organized to teach industry-driven educational outcomes.
  • All courses in the Business Technology programs apply toward the AAS in Business Technology. The Business Technology program offers courses that qualify students for the (MOS) Microsoft Office Specialist certification. Please visit the MOS website: www.certiport.com/officespecialist for more information.
  • Students who hold Certified Administrative Professional or Certified Professional Secretary credentials are granted 15 semester credit hours for the following courses: POFT 1370, (Introduction to Office Technology); POFT 2301, Intermediate Keyboarding; ACNT 1303, Introduction to Accounting I; POFT 1325, Business Math and Machine Applications; POFT 2331, Administrative Systems.
  • To be granted the 15 semester credit hours, the applicant must request that the certifying agency provide the College with proof that the applicant has passed all sections of the certification exam.
  • The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) allows students to earn only one AAS in Business Technology. Students may choose from one of the following four specializations: General Office Administration, Microsoft Office Technology, Legal Office Assistant, or Medical Office Specialist.
  • Likewise, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) allows students to earn only one Certificate in Business Technology. Students may choose from one of the following six specializations: Bilingual Business Technology, Human Resources/PeopleSoft, General Office Administration, Microsoft Office Technology, Legal Office Assistant, or Medical Coding/Transcription Specialist.
  • Business Technology also offers the following Marketable Skills Achievement Awards (MSA): Financial PeopleSoft and Medical Management.

In addition, please note that a student may only earn one Marketable Skills Achievement Award (MSA) per academic year.

TSI testingrequired prior to first enrollment for all AAS degrees and Level II certificates.

Program Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  • Read, listen, speak, and write proficiently.
  • Apply keyboarding and document processing skills to specific office applications.
  • Use appropriate tools and processes such as records management, accounting fundamentals, and software applications in word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentations to manage information.
  • Apply organizational skills to the management of projects, daily schedules, multiple tasks, and unexpected interruptions.

Employment

There are 18,645 Executive Secretaries and Executive Administrative Assistants are employed in the Greater Houston Area. This number is expected to increase by 4.0% over the next four years.

  • The estimated annual job openings is 500 jobs a year.
  • Median Wages – $26.24 hourly, $55,000 annually

Accreditation

The Business Technology Program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). ACBSP is a leading specialized business accreditation association committed to advancing excellence in business education worldwide. Our member institutions share the common belief that an excellent business education is defined by professors who are committed to teaching, students who come from a diversity of backgrounds, and courses that provide relevant skills for real-world opportunities.

Continuing Education

Continuing Education certificates offer contact hours, not academic credit. One Continuing Education Unit, or CEU, is 10 contact hours of successful participation/completion in an organized continuing education experience under responsible sponsorship, capable direction and qualified instruction. CEUs are not substituted for college credit hours, but rather are a means of reporting continuing education activities. Transcripts listing CEU credits satisfactorily completed are available on request. CEUs are recognized internationally as a measure of substantial professional education and training.

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ATM machine business- Good idea or Bad idea? The eBay Community #short #term #business #loans

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I used to work part time security for the Atlanta Beat Women’s Professional Soccer team. They would sell mayber 13 – 15,000 seats to a home soccer game that played at a local college stadium.

No ATM the first season and the concessionaires were complaining.

So the second season some guy shows up with a portable ATM machine and had it running at the front gates.

I would work the front gate for every home game and don’t think I saw more than 3 people a game use the machine.

If he charged $2.00 per transaction, he grossed $6 per game.

I get a kick out of watching the police video shows on TV where the convenience store cameras shows the pick up trucks driving through the plate glass window at night, four of five youths jump and and throw a chain around the ATM and then drive off with the whole thing! If you got $5k of your own money inside one of those when it disappears, you’d have a tough time making that up on service charges.

Unless you got one inside a casino, I’d pass on this opportunity.

I run into this article recently. It’s about a black man wrongly convicted for murder. Got himself free after 18 years in prison. it’s not an ad for ATM business so I believe it’s true.Read it and evaluate it yourself

This article make me curious about the ATM business.So i do some investigation myself

Also I search in internet:

Look at the Franklinatm site. They list the monthly data recorded directly at some of their ATM machine. You may want to ask the seller for the printout.

I appreciate if you share any information that you get about this transaction.

I believe ATM business is a good business. I see people using this service a lot.It carts to the people that craving for conveniences disregarding the cost. And there is a lots of these people in this country.

My concern is the timming. Would it be too late already to get into this business. May be that the reason the seller want to get out.





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Introduction to Business – Oakton Community College #small #business #funding

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Introduction to Business

Credits: 3 (3 lecture; 0 lab)

Placement in EGL 101 recommended. Hands-on experience using word processing, the Internet, and e-mail recommended.

III. Course (Catalog) Description

Course introduces students to the study of business. Content includes issues and topics related to business and economics in the United States and globally; business careers; key components of a business plan; and the ethical, legal, and social responsibilities of business.

IV. Learning Objectives

After successful completion of this course, students should be able to:

1. Describe the relationship between business and economics in the United States and globally, and be able to demonstrate a global perspective regarding the opportunities and challenges of conducting businesses in the global marketplace.
2. Discuss how issues of social responsibility and ethics affect business as well as apply ethical, legal, and societal perspectives to business decisions and situations.
3. Use basic information technology (including word processing and electronic mail) when communicating in writing and orally, and demonstrate the ability to find, locate and utilize appropriate business information resources
4. Use resources to effectively explore career opportunities, and create a resume
5. Describe various types of legal ownership; define what a small business and entrepreneurship are and their importance to the U. S. economy; discuss the advantages and disadvantages of operating a small business and explain how the Small Business Administration helps small businesses; and explain the various types of franchising opportunities as well as their advantages and disadvantages.
6. Develop key components of a business plan.
7. Summarize basic principles of management and the role of a manager; and recognize the differences between managers and leaders.
8. Discuss current human resources management issues including employee-management issues, and motivation.
9. Explain how to create value through product development, marketing, operations, quality improvement, supply chain management, the use of information, and the Internet.
10. Explain the role of accountants, the purpose of various financial statements, and how financial management is used to obtain money and insure that it is used effectively.

V. Academic Integrity

Students and employees at Oakton Community College are required to demonstrate academic integrity and follow Oakton’s Code of Academic Conduct. This code prohibits:

• cheating,
• plagiarism (turning in work not written by you, or lacking proper citation),
• falsification and fabrication (lying or distorting the truth),
• helping others to cheat,
• unauthorized changes on official documents,
• pretending to be someone else or having someone else pretend to be you,
• making or accepting bribes, special favors, or threats, and
• any other behavior that violates academic integrity.

There are serious consequences to violations of the academic integrity policy. Oakton’s policies and procedures provide students a fair hearing if a complaint is made against you. If you are found to have violated the policy, the minimum penalty is failure on the assignment and, a disciplinary record will be established and kept on file in the office of the Vice President for Student Affairs for a period of 3 years.
Details of the Code of Academic Conduct can be found in the Student Handbook.

VI. Sequence of Topics

1. How economics affects business
2. Competing in global markets
3. Ethical behavior, social responsibility, and the impact of legal, ethical, and societal perspectives on decision making
4. Forms of business ownership
5. Entrepreneurship, starting a small business including help provided by the Small Business Administration, and franchising
6. Business plans
7. Management principles, the role of management, and leadership
8. Human resource management
9. Motivation
10. Employee-management issues and relationships
11. Creation of value by developing customer relationships through marketing including promotional techniques
12. Developing and pricing products and services
13. Creating value by supply chain management, and quality improvement
14. Financial management, and accounting
15. Securities markets
16. Information technology (including word processing and electronic mail) including the use of electronic mail and word processing
17. Locating and utilizing appropriate business information resources
18. Career opportunities and creation of a resume

VII. Methods of Instruction

Instructors will utilize a variety of learning activities such as group work, oral presentations, quizzes/tests, assignments, discussion, and lecture. Course content and assignments will encourage critical thinking and the use of information resources and technology.
Course may be taught as face-to-face, media-based, hybrid or online course.

VIII. Course Practices Required

Students will be expected to read and write English at the college level.

Course content and assignments encourage critical thinking and use of information resources and technology. Students will be expected to work in groups as well as complete assignments requiring the use of e-mail, word processing, the World Wide Web, and information resources.

IX. Instructional Materials

Note: Current textbook information for each course and section is available on Oakton’s Schedule of Classes.

X. Methods of Evaluating Student Progress

Course grades will be determined by the student’s demonstration of proficiency regarding course objectives and understanding of the course material based on the following as determined by the instructor: Class discussion, in- and out-of-class individual and group assignments and activities, attendance and participation, Internet-based activities, quizzes and/or tests.

XI. Other Course Information

If you have a documented learning, psychological, or physical disability you may be entitled to reasonable academic accommodations or services. To request accommodations or services, contact the Access and Disability Resource Center at the Des Plaines or Skokie campus. All students are expected to fulfill essential course requirements. The College will not waive any essential skill or requirement of a course or degree program.





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ATM machine business- Good idea or Bad idea? The eBay Community #business #plan #pdf

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I used to work part time security for the Atlanta Beat Women’s Professional Soccer team. They would sell mayber 13 – 15,000 seats to a home soccer game that played at a local college stadium.

No ATM the first season and the concessionaires were complaining.

So the second season some guy shows up with a portable ATM machine and had it running at the front gates.

I would work the front gate for every home game and don’t think I saw more than 3 people a game use the machine.

If he charged $2.00 per transaction, he grossed $6 per game.

I get a kick out of watching the police video shows on TV where the convenience store cameras shows the pick up trucks driving through the plate glass window at night, four of five youths jump and and throw a chain around the ATM and then drive off with the whole thing! If you got $5k of your own money inside one of those when it disappears, you’d have a tough time making that up on service charges.

Unless you got one inside a casino, I’d pass on this opportunity.

I run into this article recently. It’s about a black man wrongly convicted for murder. Got himself free after 18 years in prison. it’s not an ad for ATM business so I believe it’s true.Read it and evaluate it yourself

This article make me curious about the ATM business.So i do some investigation myself

Also I search in internet:

Look at the Franklinatm site. They list the monthly data recorded directly at some of their ATM machine. You may want to ask the seller for the printout.

I appreciate if you share any information that you get about this transaction.

I believe ATM business is a good business. I see people using this service a lot.It carts to the people that craving for conveniences disregarding the cost. And there is a lots of these people in this country.

My concern is the timming. Would it be too late already to get into this business. May be that the reason the seller want to get out.





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