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Registered Nurses

Education

In all nursing education programs, students take courses in anatomy, physiology, microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, psychology, and other social and behavioral sciences, as well as in liberal arts. BSN programs typically take 4 years to complete; ADN and diploma programs usually take 2 to 3 years to complete. All programs include supervised clinical experience.

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Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse – More About This Major

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Nursing Science – More About This Major

Registered Nursing, Nursing Administration, Nursing Research and Clinical Nursing, Other – More About This Major

Adult Health Nurse/Nursing – More About This Major

Military Training

Job training consists of classroom instruction. Training length varies depending on specialty. Course content typically includes:

  • Practices and principles of military nursing
  • Care of emotionally disturbed patients
  • Health care for children
  • Nursing techniques
  • Anesthesia, respiratory therapy, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation

Certifications or Licenses

In all states, the District of Columbia, and U. S. territories, registered nurses must have a nursing license. To become licensed, nurses must graduate from an approved nursing program and pass the.

General Qualifications

Critical-thinking skills. Registered nurses must be able to assess changes in the health status of patients, including determining when to take corrective action and when to make referrals.

Knowledge

  • Medicine and Dentistry
  • Customer and Personal Service
  • Psychology
  • English Language
  • Therapy and Counseling

Most Common Education Levels

The level of education attained by people currently working in this career.

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Registered Nurse (RN) (AS)

The Associate of Science in Nursing program is designed to prepare students for entry-level clinical practice as a registered nurse. Students who successfully complete the first year of the Associate degree Nursing program are eligible to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing exam (NCLEX-PN), to be licensed as a Practical Nurse. Graduates of the Associate Degree Nursing program are eligible to take the National Council of State Boards of Nursing exam (NCLEX-RN) to be licensed as a Registered Nurse.

*Students who are currently enrolled in or have successfully completed a Practical Nurse (PN) program will be interested in thePN to RNprogram.

*Students who are currently enrolled in or have successfully completed a Registered Nurse (RN) program will be interested in theRN to BSNprogram.

A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course is required of all accepted RN applicants. A copy of the certificate of achievement or CNA recertification letter must be provided by the first day of the semester applicants were accepted to. For information concerning how to recertify as a CNA, contact the Utah Nursing Assistant Registry at 801-547-9947 or www.utahcna.com.

At this time, WSU does not offer a CNA course. Please contact or visit the following links for information regarding CNA courses taught at surrounding locations:

Pre-Admission Information

**Before scheduling an appointment with a Pre-Nursing advisor, please print the RN Applicant Checklist and watch the RN Applicant Checklist Advising Video, as many frequently asked questions will be answered.

RN Applicant Checklist
(Application eligibility requirements, prerequisite/support courses, and other helpful information)

Video on applicant checklist

(Applications are available online during the months of October thru January for the Fall deadline, and April thru September for the Spring deadline)

Deadlines to apply for the WSU-Ogden RN program are February 1 for a Fall semester start date, and September 15 for a Spring semester start date.
Deadline to apply for the Logan RN program is February 1 for a Fall semester start date (there is no Spring start available for Logan).

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Jay Tobias Bend, Oregon

Jay S. Tobias is a financial advisor employed by LPL Financial in Bend, Oregon. With over 23 years of experience and 4 exams passed, Jay Tobias maintains the following registrations:

Investment Advisor
Jay Tobias is registered with the SEC as an Investment Advisor, which is defined as someone who is paid to provide advice about securities. Investment advisors can also be paid to manage investment portfolios or offer financial planning services. Other terms commonly used for investment advisors include Investment Advisor Representative (IAR) and Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).

Broker
Mr. Tobias is also registered with FINRA as a Broker (sometimes referred to as a broker-dealer registered rep. or RR ). Brokers are the sales personnel who work for larger brokerage firms. These firms (also known as broker-dealers ) are in the business of buying and selling securities such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other investment-related products. These firms are also registered with FINRA and can engage in securities transactions on behalf of its customers (as broker) or for its own account (as dealer).

Advisor data current as of May 15, 2017

Fees and Services

Types of fees charged:

  • Percentage of Assets
  • Hourly Charges
  • Commissions
  • Fee Only

Advisory services offered:

  • Financial Planning
  • Portfolio Management for Individuals
  • Portfolio Management for Businesses/Institutional
  • Educational Seminars
  • Securities Portfolio Management
  • Selection of Other Advisors
  • Wrap Fee Program
  • Other Advisory Services

State Registrations

Financial advisors must register with each state in which they conduct business. Below is a record of each state where Jay Tobias maintains an active registration.

For those interested in managing some of your investments on your own we have more research tools that may be of assistance. Below is a sample list of funds from our Mutual Funds Research Topic. where you can sort and filter mutual funds based on annual performance, ratings, fees and much more. We also publish an up-to-date Online Brokers Research Topic which lists current promotions and a Smart Rating Score for each firm.

Mutual Funds Research Topic

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Data updated on May 15, 2017 via the following sources:
SEC Investment Advisor Public Dislcosure: adviserinfo.sec.gov
FINRA BrokerCheck: brokercheck.finra.org


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Nursing Programs, LPN and RN

Earn a Degree in Nursing that Offers Great Career Potential.
Northland Pioneer College’s high quality, accredited Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) and Registered Nurse (RN) programs prepare you to excel in the demanding field of professional nursing. Through hands-on experiences working in the classroom, clinicals and the community, you will receive the education you need to achieve your career goals in the healing profession. Our holistically-oriented faculty members are careful to provide you with planned experiences and individualized up-to-date evidence-based instruction. Best of all, your nursing education costs a fraction of what you would pay for comparable nursing programs available elsewhere in Arizona.

  • Be a part of nursing classes small enough that you can take advantage of personal tutoring and help from our highly experienced instructors.
  • Enter a nursing program so strong it achieves a retention rate of 80-95 percent annually.
  • Choose a nursing program that has one of the highest employment rates in Arizona: nearly 100 percent of our nursing graduates find employment within six months of graduation.
  • Pursue a nursing degree that provides both hands-on labs and clinical experience every semester so you gain the practical real world skills you need to succeed as a nurse.

The nursing program is offered in two locations in Navajo County :

  • The White Mountain Campus in Show Low, Arizona
  • The Little Colorado Campus in Winslow, Arizona

BEFORE you can be accepted into the nursing program, you will need to complete certain nursing program prerequisitecourses . These courses, as well as required general education courses are offered at many of our conveniently located campuses and centers. Admission to NPC does not guarantee admission to the Nursing Program.

About Our Program

Over the past seven years, 90-94 percent of NPC’s nursing graduates have successfully passed the NCLEX. The NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a test that must be passed by anyone who wishes to be licensed as a nurse in the United States.

How the NPC Nursing Programs Work:

Professional Qualification
Earned with Exam Passage

Certificate of Applied Science (CAS)
in Practical Nursing

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
You may exit the program and work as a LPN or continue in the program and work toward your RN degree.

Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree

Already have your LPN Certification?

If you have already earned your LPN either from NPC or from another institution and you wish to return to college to gain your RN credential. you first need to complete an LPN-RN Transition Application . Additional details are available by contacting the NPC nursing department.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics . employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26 percent until 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for registered nurses is projected to generate 711,900 new jobs over the next eight years. with Arizona RN salaries averaging $71,300 per year and LPN’s averaging $50,760. (BLS, May 2015)

How to Apply to the Programs

Gainful Employment

The U.S. Department of Education requires all colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. Gainful employment disclosure information can be found for specific programs regarding tuition and fees and median loan debt, completion and job placement rates, and jobs related to the program on the web page for each program area.

We hope this information is helpful to our current and prospective students as you make your career and educational choices. For more information on Gainful Employment requirements, please read this letter from the U.S. Department of Education (7-page PDF) .

Information on all eligible NPC programs can be found in the Gainful Employment Data Archives .

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  • Which RN program (full-time) to choose in the East Bay area #bachelor, #college, #degree,

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    Which RN program (full-time) to choose in the East Bay area

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    I’m an East Bay local also looking into RN programs. I’m looking at your list as well as Ohlone and Modesto. Chabot has expanded their program to allow for ten more students at the Las Positas campus. Also, the south bay programs are accessible via the ACE train. I’m volunteering at Valleycare to get a feel for nursing. Any idea what the wages are like?

    Hi Lizz and turbohound !

    Thanks for your messages.

    You mention Ohlone college, which I visited. It’s a beautiful campus, but a little far away for me. I don’t know Modesto. Chabot college I heard is a very good college. I don’t know what the wages are like unfortunately, but you may want to post a new thread asking that question.

    I’ve just been admitted to San Francisco State University, so I’ve decided that’s where I’m going to go. I’m excited! I was not sure whether to get a BSN or an ADN, because I’m already 46; but I think SFSU is a very attractive place, although a little far away. CAL-State Hayward is closer to my home, but they’re only going to give their answers in mid-June or July, and students at my colleges (Peralta) mentioned that SFSU is a very neat place and that this is what I should choose.

    I was thinking earlier that CAL-State Hayward might be better, because they have a higher passing rate at the NCLEX exam, but someone told me that the reason is that they require their students to have an exam at their university first, before trying the Board State exam. I think CAL-State Hayward is a very good university nevertheless. Contra Costa College seems to be pretty high on the list of success at NCLEX exam too. They did not admit me, because they had some prerequisites I did not meet like two courses in physical education and child development. I was admitted at Merritt college, but heard that their present ADN program is too tough. A student told me that only 17 students are now left in the second year of their ADN program.

    Thanks for responding

    I got my MBA at Hayward, so I don’t want to do another long program. I’m looking at ADN programs due to my age (38). That’s so cool that you’ve been accepted. I’m so jealous. Maybe I’ll see you at Valleycare in Livermore sometime.

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    Hi Lizz and turbohound !

    Thanks for your messages.

    You mention Ohlone college, which I visited. It’s a beautiful campus, but a little far away for me. I don’t know Modesto. Chabot college I heard is a very good college. I don’t know what the wages are like unfortunately, but you may want to post a new thread asking that question.

    I’ve just been admitted to San Francisco State University, so I’ve decided that’s where I’m going to go. I’m excited! I was not sure whether to get a BSN or an ADN, because I’m already 46; but I think SFSU is a very attractive place, although a little far away. CAL-State Hayward is closer to my home, but they’re only going to give their answers in mid-June or July, and students at my colleges (Peralta) mentioned that SFSU is a very neat place and that this is what I should choose.

    I was thinking earlier that CAL-State Hayward might be better, because they have a higher passing rate at the NCLEX exam, but someone told me that the reason is that they require their students to have an exam at their university first, before trying the Board State exam. I think CAL-State Hayward is a very good university nevertheless. Contra Costa College seems to be pretty high on the list of success at NCLEX exam too. They did not admit me, because they had some prerequisites I did not meet like two courses in physical education and child development. I was admitted at Merritt college, but heard that their present ADN program is too tough. A student told me that only 17 students are now left in the second year of their ADN program.

    Thanks for responding

    Quote from turbohound

    I got my MBA at Hayward, so I don’t want to do another long program. I’m looking at ADN programs due to my age (38). That’s so cool that you’ve been accepted. I’m so jealous. Maybe I’ll see you at Valleycare in Livermore sometime.

    An MBA, that’s pretty good! If I had one, I think I would go for the nurse practitioner program directly, which is two years like the ADN program. Because you already have a masters degree, I am afraid that SFSU or CAL-State Hayward (?) would not let you apply for another masters degree in nursing. You could always ask if you thought that was a good idea for you. You could apply to Samuel Merritt though. They are expensive, but I was told they’re a very good school, and Kaiser and West Catholic Hospital (I’m not sure what the name is) would reimburse students for their loans.

    If you’re unsure, you could apply for both ADN and Master programs (have you thought of physician’s assistant at Stanford/Foothill college, and Samuel Merritt). It’s also a 2 years program.

    I forgot to mention in my previous e-mail that Chabot college (ADN program) selects students through a lottery at the end of April (need to apply in January).

    All the best to you in your endeavors!

    Apr 17, ’04 by suzanne4

    Quote from Vivi

    An MBA, that’s pretty good! If I had one, I think I would go for the nurse practitioner program directly, which is two years like the ADN program. Because you already have a masters degree, I am afraid that SFSU or CAL-State Hayward (?) would not let you apply for another masters degree in nursing. You could always ask if you thought that was a good idea for you. You could apply to Samuel Merritt though. They are expensive, but I was told they’re a very good school, and Kaiser and West Catholic Hospital (I’m not sure what the name is) would reimburse students for their loans.

    If you’re unsure, you could apply for both ADN and Master programs (have you thought of physician’s assistant at Stanford/Foothill college, and Samuel Merritt). It’s also a 2 years program.

    I forgot to mention in my previous e-mail that Chabot college (ADN program) selects students through a lottery at the end of April (need to apply in January).

    All the best to you in your endeavors!

    An MBA is not a Master’s degree in nursing, so you would be able to get an MSN. They are not related to each other in any way. Hope that this helps.

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    sorry about resurecting this old thread but i’m considering moving to the sf area, i am an lpn wanting to fastrack. are there long waiting list for the various fastrack or just general asn/adn programs in sf?

    the next rn adn program that starts the soonest for which you could apply is at the city college in san francisco. www.ccsf.edu/
    you have to go there on the first day that you are allowed to apply (sometimes in august) – you could go now and get all the info. their 2 year program starts in january 2005. you most likely won’t be able to get any info by phone or to register for nursing by mail either.

    for other adn programs, i heard that college of marin is good www.marin .cc.ca.us/
    . as well as chabot college in hayward chabot web.clpccd.cc.ca.us/
    chabot does a lottery however to select qualified applicants, and they rejected me, because i was not a in-district resident (i think they made a mistake); but they accepted someone else who leaves in alameda.

    and contra costa college in san pablo www.contracosta .cc.ca.us

    from all the things i heard, and their results at the nclex exams, i do not recommend merritt college in oakland (not to confuse with samuel merritt in oakland, which is a good program).

    these may not be the fastest program in your situation, because you say you’re already an lpn; so i don’t know what programs are available in your situation. i believe that for bachelor degrees in nursing, there are faster programs for lpn, so it may be worth it to apply to bachelor programs.

    samuel merritt in oakland www.samuelmerritt .edu may still accept applications for the fall 2004, and may have a special program for lpn, i don’t know. samuel merritt is associated with holy names college in oakland, or st mary’s college in moraga where you’d have to take some general education classes (you don’t have to be catholic.) they’re expensive, but good, and i heard that several employers, incl. kaiser and a hospital with a catholic name (catholic west or something like that) offer to reimburse education loans when they hire.

    you may also want to check what kind of programs ucsf in san francisco has for lpns at nurseweb.ucsf .edu they’re also expensive, but apparently very good.

    the other bachelor in nursing programs that i know are at san francisco state university, where i have been accepted. www.sfsu.edu
    and csu hayward www.csuhayward.edu (there is a pre-entrance nln exam to take).

    when you apply, make sure to fill out two applications one for the school, and one for the nursing program.

    if anyone studied nursing at hayward university or san francisco state university, i’d be interested to know if they liked it or not, and why.

    for more info on nursing programs in california, you can go to:


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    “Business” Required to be Registered and Application for Business Registration

    “Business” Required to be Registered

    • any form of trade, commerce, craftsmanship, profession, calling or other activity carried on for the purpose of gain;
    • any club which provides facilities, services and exclusive club premises to its members for social intercourse or recreation; and
    • every company incorporated in Hong Kong under the Companies Ordinance or non-Hong Kong company that has established a place of business in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it is actually carrying on any business in Hong Kong.
    • every non-Hong Kong company that has a representative or liaison office in Hong Kong, or has let out its property situated in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it has established a place of business in Hong Kong.

    However, a person who is only holding an office or employment is not regarded as carrying on any business and is not required to apply for business registration.

    • Business carried on by Sole-proprietorship, Partnership and Unincorporated body of persons, Non-Hong Kong company, and Branch business
      • Within one month from its date of commencement of business.
    • A company incorporated/registered under the Companies Ordinance
      • Please refer to One-stop Company and Business Registration .

    Applications for Registration of Business which has not commenced business will not be accepted

    Business Registration Ordinance (Cap. 310) provides that any person carrying on sole proprietorship or partnership business shall apply for business registration within one month of the commencement of such business. The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will not accept any applications for registration of businesses which have never existed or have yet to commence operation.

    Recently, IRD has received a large number of new applications for registration of businesses of which non-residents are sole proprietors or partners. However, many of them fail to prove that they did commence their businesses in Hong Kong. Such applications are not accepted.

    Given that persons who land in Hong Kong as visitors are normally not allowed to establish or join in any business during their stay in Hong Kong, IRD will require businesses with non-resident sole proprietor or partners to provide further information (see Sample Questions ) with a view to ensuring that the particulars, including the date of commencement, stated in the relevant application form are correct. Please note that any person who submits false information shall be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $5,000 and to imprisonment for 1 year under the Business Registration Ordinance.

    As a related measure, upon receipt of Notification of Change of Partners (Form IRBR64) for admission of non-resident(s) as partner(s), IRD will ask the business concerned to provide further information (see questions (1) and (2) of Sample Questions) in support of the admission.

    • To register a business, you have to:
      • complete a prescribed application form ;
      • pay the business registration fee levy ; and
      • produce your proof of identity.
    • Levy is collected for the Protection of Wages on Insolvency Fund. For details, please visit the website of Labour Department .
    • Please refer to the following table for the application form to be completed and the proof of identity required:

    Business carried on by

    Proof of Identity

    If the owner/all partners/the principal officer is/are not residing in Hong Kong, he/she has/they have to appoint a resident individual as his/her/their agent for the purposes of business registration. In that case, please complete and submit the form IRBR177 or submit an appointment letter stating the full particulars of the agent including his/her name, Hong Kong identity card number and residential address. A copy of his/her Hong Kong identity card must also be attached to the application.

    This application form is applicable to all non-Hong Kong companies irrespective of whether they are required to be registered under Part 16 of the Companies Ordinance, and body corporates formed under other legislations in Hong Kong.

    • For specimen of the application forms, please click here .
    • When you register your business, you may register a business name. You should take one of the following three choices:

    (a) register a Chinese name only;

    (b) register an English name only; or

    (c) register both a Chinese name and an English name.

    • For a Chinese name, you may include English alphabets, but not English words. If you wish to include symbols in either a Chinese name or an English name, only the following symbols can be used:
      1. For Chinese Name
    • Please note that you may not use the following names as your business name:

      (a) a name which suggests that the business is incorporated with limited liability when it is not,

      (b) where the business is incorporated with limited liability, a name which suggests that the business is incorporated under a different name, e.g. a corporation “ABC Ltd.” cannot use a business name “XYZ Ltd.” or

      (c) a name which suggests a connection with the Government or any public body when no such connection exists or has existed.

    • Sometimes, for the same business, you may wish to register more than one business name. This is permissible. However, each registered additional business name will be treated as a branch of the business. The additional business name must also follow the rules mentioned above.
    • If you carry on more than one business, you should register each business separately. Each business may have its own business name.

    How to Submit Your Application

    • Submit in person to the Business Registration Office at 4/F Revenue Tower, 5 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
    • By post to P.O. Box 29015, Gloucester Road Post Office, Hong Kong. Underpaid mail will be rejected. Please pay sufficient postage.
    • Submit online via eTAX (for sole-proprietorship, partnership and branch registration only). Please refer to How to Authenticate Electronic Application For Business Registration and the Freqently Asked Questions .
      If you wish to know more about the “Online Application for Business or Branch Registration” service, please click here to view Online Demo.

    How to Authenticate Electronic Application for Business Registration

    • With effect from 21 February 2011, apart from digital certificate, an applicant may use his eTAX Password or MyGovHK Password (already linked up with eTAX account) to sign the prescribed application form (Form 1(a), 1(c) or 1(d)) in making an application for business registration. Please refer to Apply for eTAX Password and the Frequently Asked Questions .
    • A person who makes the application for business registration by using his/her password or digital signature will be treated as having signed the application form and is accountable for the accuracy of the information submitted.

    How to Obtain Business Registration Application Forms

    Specimen of Application Forms

    • You may download a specimen of the following application forms for reference. The specimen forms are saved in pdf format which can be viewed and printed by using the Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or above and Adobe Asian Fonts Packs which are available free at the Adobe Systems Incorporated website .
    • Download copy MUST NOT be used for submission of application. Only forms that are printed by and according to the specifications of the Department are acceptable for application purposes.
    • Application forms are available for collection at the Business Registration Office. You may also complete the form IRBR194 or write to us to obtain the application forms. Please state your name, your correspondence address and the type of application form you required in the letter. and return it either by post or fax (2824 1482). The application forms will be sent to you afterwards.

    (1) Form 1(a) (PDF:1,069KB) – Application by an individual for registration of business carried on by him in Hong Kong.
    (2) Form 1(b) (PDF:1,268KB) – Application by a body corporate for registration.
    (3) Form 1(c) (PDF:1,290KB) – Application by partnership or by other body unincorporate for registration of business carried on by such body in Hong Kong.
    (4) Form 1(d) (PDF:890KB) – Application for registration of branch business carried on in Hong Kong.

    When to Collect Business Registration Certificate


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    “Business” Required to be Registered and Application for Business Registration

    “Business” Required to be Registered

    • any form of trade, commerce, craftsmanship, profession, calling or other activity carried on for the purpose of gain;
    • any club which provides facilities, services and exclusive club premises to its members for social intercourse or recreation; and
    • every company incorporated in Hong Kong under the Companies Ordinance or non-Hong Kong company that has established a place of business in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it is actually carrying on any business in Hong Kong.
    • every non-Hong Kong company that has a representative or liaison office in Hong Kong, or has let out its property situated in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it has established a place of business in Hong Kong.

    However, a person who is only holding an office or employment is not regarded as carrying on any business and is not required to apply for business registration.

    • Business carried on by Sole-proprietorship, Partnership and Unincorporated body of persons, Non-Hong Kong company, and Branch business
      • Within one month from its date of commencement of business.
    • A company incorporated/registered under the Companies Ordinance
      • Please refer to One-stop Company and Business Registration .

    Applications for Registration of Business which has not commenced business will not be accepted

    Business Registration Ordinance (Cap. 310) provides that any person carrying on sole proprietorship or partnership business shall apply for business registration within one month of the commencement of such business. The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will not accept any applications for registration of businesses which have never existed or have yet to commence operation.

    Recently, IRD has received a large number of new applications for registration of businesses of which non-residents are sole proprietors or partners. However, many of them fail to prove that they did commence their businesses in Hong Kong. Such applications are not accepted.

    Given that persons who land in Hong Kong as visitors are normally not allowed to establish or join in any business during their stay in Hong Kong, IRD will require businesses with non-resident sole proprietor or partners to provide further information (see Sample Questions ) with a view to ensuring that the particulars, including the date of commencement, stated in the relevant application form are correct. Please note that any person who submits false information shall be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $5,000 and to imprisonment for 1 year under the Business Registration Ordinance.

    As a related measure, upon receipt of Notification of Change of Partners (Form IRBR64) for admission of non-resident(s) as partner(s), IRD will ask the business concerned to provide further information (see questions (1) and (2) of Sample Questions) in support of the admission.

    • To register a business, you have to:
      • complete a prescribed application form ;
      • pay the business registration fee levy ; and
      • produce your proof of identity.
    • Levy is collected for the Protection of Wages on Insolvency Fund. For details, please visit the website of Labour Department .
    • Please refer to the following table for the application form to be completed and the proof of identity required:

    Business carried on by

    Proof of Identity

    If the owner/all partners/the principal officer is/are not residing in Hong Kong, he/she has/they have to appoint a resident individual as his/her/their agent for the purposes of business registration. In that case, please complete and submit the form IRBR177 or submit an appointment letter stating the full particulars of the agent including his/her name, Hong Kong identity card number and residential address. A copy of his/her Hong Kong identity card must also be attached to the application.

    This application form is applicable to all non-Hong Kong companies irrespective of whether they are required to be registered under Part 16 of the Companies Ordinance, and body corporates formed under other legislations in Hong Kong.

    • For specimen of the application forms, please click here .
    • When you register your business, you may register a business name. You should take one of the following three choices:

    (a) register a Chinese name only;

    (b) register an English name only; or

    (c) register both a Chinese name and an English name.

    • For a Chinese name, you may include English alphabets, but not English words. If you wish to include symbols in either a Chinese name or an English name, only the following symbols can be used:
      1. For Chinese Name
    • Please note that you may not use the following names as your business name:

      (a) a name which suggests that the business is incorporated with limited liability when it is not,

      (b) where the business is incorporated with limited liability, a name which suggests that the business is incorporated under a different name, e.g. a corporation “ABC Ltd.” cannot use a business name “XYZ Ltd.” or

      (c) a name which suggests a connection with the Government or any public body when no such connection exists or has existed.

    • Sometimes, for the same business, you may wish to register more than one business name. This is permissible. However, each registered additional business name will be treated as a branch of the business. The additional business name must also follow the rules mentioned above.
    • If you carry on more than one business, you should register each business separately. Each business may have its own business name.

    How to Submit Your Application

    • Submit in person to the Business Registration Office at 4/F Revenue Tower, 5 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
    • By post to P.O. Box 29015, Gloucester Road Post Office, Hong Kong. Underpaid mail will be rejected. Please pay sufficient postage.
    • Submit online via eTAX (for sole-proprietorship, partnership and branch registration only). Please refer to How to Authenticate Electronic Application For Business Registration and the Freqently Asked Questions .
      If you wish to know more about the “Online Application for Business or Branch Registration” service, please click here to view Online Demo.

    How to Authenticate Electronic Application for Business Registration

    • With effect from 21 February 2011, apart from digital certificate, an applicant may use his eTAX Password or MyGovHK Password (already linked up with eTAX account) to sign the prescribed application form (Form 1(a), 1(c) or 1(d)) in making an application for business registration. Please refer to Apply for eTAX Password and the Frequently Asked Questions .
    • A person who makes the application for business registration by using his/her password or digital signature will be treated as having signed the application form and is accountable for the accuracy of the information submitted.

    How to Obtain Business Registration Application Forms

    Specimen of Application Forms

    • You may download a specimen of the following application forms for reference. The specimen forms are saved in pdf format which can be viewed and printed by using the Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or above and Adobe Asian Fonts Packs which are available free at the Adobe Systems Incorporated website .
    • Download copy MUST NOT be used for submission of application. Only forms that are printed by and according to the specifications of the Department are acceptable for application purposes.
    • Application forms are available for collection at the Business Registration Office. You may also complete the form IRBR194 or write to us to obtain the application forms. Please state your name, your correspondence address and the type of application form you required in the letter. and return it either by post or fax (2824 1482). The application forms will be sent to you afterwards.

    (1) Form 1(a) (PDF:1,069KB) – Application by an individual for registration of business carried on by him in Hong Kong.
    (2) Form 1(b) (PDF:1,268KB) – Application by a body corporate for registration.
    (3) Form 1(c) (PDF:1,290KB) – Application by partnership or by other body unincorporate for registration of business carried on by such body in Hong Kong.
    (4) Form 1(d) (PDF:890KB) – Application for registration of branch business carried on in Hong Kong.

    When to Collect Business Registration Certificate


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    “Business” Required to be Registered and Application for Business Registration

    “Business” Required to be Registered

    • any form of trade, commerce, craftsmanship, profession, calling or other activity carried on for the purpose of gain;
    • any club which provides facilities, services and exclusive club premises to its members for social intercourse or recreation; and
    • every company incorporated in Hong Kong under the Companies Ordinance or non-Hong Kong company that has established a place of business in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it is actually carrying on any business in Hong Kong.
    • every non-Hong Kong company that has a representative or liaison office in Hong Kong, or has let out its property situated in Hong Kong, regardless of whether it has established a place of business in Hong Kong.

    However, a person who is only holding an office or employment is not regarded as carrying on any business and is not required to apply for business registration.

    • Business carried on by Sole-proprietorship, Partnership and Unincorporated body of persons, Non-Hong Kong company, and Branch business
      • Within one month from its date of commencement of business.
    • A company incorporated/registered under the Companies Ordinance
      • Please refer to One-stop Company and Business Registration .

    Applications for Registration of Business which has not commenced business will not be accepted

    Business Registration Ordinance (Cap. 310) provides that any person carrying on sole proprietorship or partnership business shall apply for business registration within one month of the commencement of such business. The Inland Revenue Department (IRD) will not accept any applications for registration of businesses which have never existed or have yet to commence operation.

    Recently, IRD has received a large number of new applications for registration of businesses of which non-residents are sole proprietors or partners. However, many of them fail to prove that they did commence their businesses in Hong Kong. Such applications are not accepted.

    Given that persons who land in Hong Kong as visitors are normally not allowed to establish or join in any business during their stay in Hong Kong, IRD will require businesses with non-resident sole proprietor or partners to provide further information (see Sample Questions ) with a view to ensuring that the particulars, including the date of commencement, stated in the relevant application form are correct. Please note that any person who submits false information shall be guilty of an offence and liable to a fine of $5,000 and to imprisonment for 1 year under the Business Registration Ordinance.

    As a related measure, upon receipt of Notification of Change of Partners (Form IRBR64) for admission of non-resident(s) as partner(s), IRD will ask the business concerned to provide further information (see questions (1) and (2) of Sample Questions) in support of the admission.

    • To register a business, you have to:
      • complete a prescribed application form ;
      • pay the business registration fee levy ; and
      • produce your proof of identity.
    • Levy is collected for the Protection of Wages on Insolvency Fund. For details, please visit the website of Labour Department .
    • Please refer to the following table for the application form to be completed and the proof of identity required:

    Business carried on by

    Proof of Identity

    If the owner/all partners/the principal officer is/are not residing in Hong Kong, he/she has/they have to appoint a resident individual as his/her/their agent for the purposes of business registration. In that case, please complete and submit the form IRBR177 or submit an appointment letter stating the full particulars of the agent including his/her name, Hong Kong identity card number and residential address. A copy of his/her Hong Kong identity card must also be attached to the application.

    This application form is applicable to all non-Hong Kong companies irrespective of whether they are required to be registered under Part 16 of the Companies Ordinance, and body corporates formed under other legislations in Hong Kong.

    • For specimen of the application forms, please click here .
    • When you register your business, you may register a business name. You should take one of the following three choices:

    (a) register a Chinese name only;

    (b) register an English name only; or

    (c) register both a Chinese name and an English name.

    • For a Chinese name, you may include English alphabets, but not English words. If you wish to include symbols in either a Chinese name or an English name, only the following symbols can be used:
      1. For Chinese Name
    • Please note that you may not use the following names as your business name:

      (a) a name which suggests that the business is incorporated with limited liability when it is not,

      (b) where the business is incorporated with limited liability, a name which suggests that the business is incorporated under a different name, e.g. a corporation “ABC Ltd.” cannot use a business name “XYZ Ltd.” or

      (c) a name which suggests a connection with the Government or any public body when no such connection exists or has existed.

    • Sometimes, for the same business, you may wish to register more than one business name. This is permissible. However, each registered additional business name will be treated as a branch of the business. The additional business name must also follow the rules mentioned above.
    • If you carry on more than one business, you should register each business separately. Each business may have its own business name.

    How to Submit Your Application

    • Submit in person to the Business Registration Office at 4/F Revenue Tower, 5 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
    • By post to P.O. Box 29015, Gloucester Road Post Office, Hong Kong. Underpaid mail will be rejected. Please pay sufficient postage.
    • Submit online via eTAX (for sole-proprietorship, partnership and branch registration only). Please refer to How to Authenticate Electronic Application For Business Registration and the Freqently Asked Questions .
      If you wish to know more about the “Online Application for Business or Branch Registration” service, please click here to view Online Demo.

    How to Authenticate Electronic Application for Business Registration

    • With effect from 21 February 2011, apart from digital certificate, an applicant may use his eTAX Password or MyGovHK Password (already linked up with eTAX account) to sign the prescribed application form (Form 1(a), 1(c) or 1(d)) in making an application for business registration. Please refer to Apply for eTAX Password and the Frequently Asked Questions .
    • A person who makes the application for business registration by using his/her password or digital signature will be treated as having signed the application form and is accountable for the accuracy of the information submitted.

    How to Obtain Business Registration Application Forms

    Specimen of Application Forms

    • You may download a specimen of the following application forms for reference. The specimen forms are saved in pdf format which can be viewed and printed by using the Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or above and Adobe Asian Fonts Packs which are available free at the Adobe Systems Incorporated website .
    • Download copy MUST NOT be used for submission of application. Only forms that are printed by and according to the specifications of the Department are acceptable for application purposes.
    • Application forms are available for collection at the Business Registration Office. You may also complete the form IRBR194 or write to us to obtain the application forms. Please state your name, your correspondence address and the type of application form you required in the letter. and return it either by post or fax (2824 1482). The application forms will be sent to you afterwards.

    (1) Form 1(a) (PDF:1,069KB) – Application by an individual for registration of business carried on by him in Hong Kong.
    (2) Form 1(b) (PDF:1,268KB) – Application by a body corporate for registration.
    (3) Form 1(c) (PDF:1,290KB) – Application by partnership or by other body unincorporate for registration of business carried on by such body in Hong Kong.
    (4) Form 1(d) (PDF:890KB) – Application for registration of branch business carried on in Hong Kong.

    When to Collect Business Registration Certificate


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