Small business

How to Program Sharp Electronic Cash Registers

by Andrew Tennyson 1. Insert the manager key into the Mode switch on the cash register and turn the switch to the Z/PGM position to enter programming mode. 2. Enter the current date in the following format: MMDDYY. If the date is January 1, 2013, for example, you will enter 010113. 3. Press the "#/SBTL" key once to save your new date settings and continue programming. Press the "#/SBTL" key a second time to exit programming mode. 1. Insert the manager key into the Mode switch and turn the switch to the Z/PGM position to enter programming mode.

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CommBank Small Business - Android Apps on Google Play

Great app, some work neededFirstly, this service is pretty awesome for small business. Being able to do everything through a smartphone is such a great tool. On the downside, there's still a few bugs. I can't seem to send attachments via Gmail (I get a "permission denied for attachment error" - using Android 6. 0. 1). I also can't seem to easily view or export a list of receipts or add notes to receipts. Either way look forward to future versions. 3 Emmy Machines still doesnt workWaste of my time probably spent 3 hours plus on the phone with technical.

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Text - S.2225 - 114th Congress (2015-2016): Save Our Small and Seasonal Businesses Act of 2015

114th CONGRESS 1st Session To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to establish an H–2B temporary non-agricultural work visa program and for other purposes. IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES Mr. Tillis(for himself, Ms. Mikulski , Mr. Cassidy , and Mr. Warner ) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to establish an H–2B temporary non-agricultural work visa program and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1.

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Small businesses and ICT

A discussion on why micro and small businesses might not be fully capitalising on ICT/technology though they might benefit considerably from doing so. To establish almost any business takes, among other things, hard work, dedication and sacrifice. Globally, well over 90% of businesses are classified as micro-enterprises, that is having less 10 employees, and in many instances, they comprise just the business owner. A recent survey conducted by the Jamaica Business Development Corporation (JBDC) revealed that the incorporation of ICT/technology was “an area of major need” for Jamaica’s micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) (Source: Jamaica Gleaner).

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Grand-Opening Ideas: How to Host a Killer Event

How do you host a killer grand-opening event that doesn’t kill your business? Forget the balloons and focus on conversions. Cue the balloons, sound the trumpets, and roll out the red carpet. After months of slaving away to make your dream a reality, the time has finally come to welcome your throngs of new customers. Let the celebration planning begin. But wait. You do understand the undeniably sticky power of first impressions? The devastating effects a less-than-stellar public reception can make on your business. (You’ve heard of Yelp, right)? And the often exorbitant expense associated with those balloons, trumpets, and red carpets? I’m not here to rain on your grand-opening parade.

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Three Programs, Two Ways: Test-Driving the Tax Software

TAX preparation is moving to the cloud. The makers of the better-known tax prep programs — TurboTax, H&R Block at Home and TaxAct — say that many customers, particularly younger ones, prefer Web-based programs to old-fashioned, desktop versions. Web-based programs — techies call this cloud computing — reside on remote servers that customers access via their browsers. They offer the convenience of working on a return from any Internet-connected computer and having that return stored on the software makers’ secure servers. After spending several days running my family’s tax information through Web and desktop offerings, I learned that I’m old-school.

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Small-Business Checking Primer: Answers to 5 Key Questions

A small-business checking account is crucial if you’re thinking of expanding your small business or starting a new one. It helps you manage legal, tax and practical money issues, and having one shows you’re serious about your company’s finances. Business checking accounts and personal accounts are similar in some ways. They often have monthly fees that are waived if the account holder meets certain minimum balance requirements. And both levy overdraft fees for negative balances. But there are important differences.  Here are answers to five key questions about these accounts.

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How to Manage Social Media for Business in Only 18 Minutes a Day

Spending under half an hour a day managing social media may sound like a tall order, especially considering that an average user spends approximately two hours per day on social. But if you’re in charge of multiple marketing activities for your company, you may not have that much time on your hands to dedicate to social. Let’s say you’ve only got a measly 18 minutes—it’s going to be tight, but we’ve got a plan we think can work for you. In this guide we will go over how to maximize your time on social using Hootsuite and stay laser focused on your daily objectives.

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Small Business Break: Get a Refund of Taxes Paid in Previous Years

Under the general rule, you can carry a net operating loss (NOL) back for two tax years and deduct it against taxable income in those years. Depending on the NOL’s size, you would then get a refund for some or all of the taxes paid for those earlier years. The new law allows you to do much better, because you can carry back a 2009 NOL for as many as five years (with a twist for that fifth year). The new extended NOL carryback deal is allowed for large and small businesses alike. However for smaller businesses, the new deal is layered on top of a similar extended NOL carryback deal that was included in the 2009 Stimulus Act.

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Strategies for Managing Change

Business is constantly changing. What are the best strategies for managing change and the best change management models? What is change management? A key business activity for most organizations is to effectively managing necessary change. What is Change Management?Change is a common element in most businesses because our markets are evolving rapidly and we need to keep pace (and even be ahead) of that rapid development. Running your small business in a dynamic and active market will require you to learn and use management skills to adapt and change.

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