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Copyright Office Fees By Craig George
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The 1976 Copright Act established statutory fees for certain services provided by the Copyright Office.
Confessions of a Customer Service Agent: Consumer Fee Credits By Hope Bowens
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The very same companies that were bailed out by the government are still making killer profits from charging consumers frivolous fees. Written through the eyes of a customer relations veteran, this... More > eBook contains tips and secrets of not so typical ways to get refunds and credits from credit card, banks, local and long distance telephone and even cellular phone companies given to you. “Confessions” provides resources and verbiage to use once you make the next phone call to the customer service center of the very company that is charging you unnecessary charges. *Fees that are told to be mandatory, are not always mandatory*< Less
The Lifestyle Fee-Setting Formula Final By Tom Buford
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You are about to discover 7 simple steps to begin charging what you deserve for your products and services. The Lifestyle Fee-Setting Formula Revealed contains within it a step-by-step process for... More > determining to the dollar what to charge and how to get it. This is a "must-have" tool for any self-employed service professional.< Less
NO-NONSENSE GUIDE: RETAINING YOUR CLIENTS AND INCREASING FEE INCOME By Johan Jordaan
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This guide lists 6 critical steps in detail how to retain your existing clients and increase your fee income. It is a step by step guide with clear actionable steps and your firm / business would... More > benefit with at least the following: 1) Successful and effective actions to retain / increase clients and fee income 2) Focused effective low / no cost marketing actions 3) Be aware of how clients experience your service.< Less
Retailer's Guide to Merchant Services By Gail Cavanaugh
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For retailers who are seeking a better understanding of credit card processing, this e-book is a guide to accepting credit cards on the Internet and at the retail storefront, as well as marketing the... More > business online. It is important to choose the right credit card terminal for your business, to be aware of the fees that are charged, and how to avoid charge backs. With all of the banks competing for your business, and the different different fees and rates that they charge, this e-Book will help you make better decisions about choosing your merchant services. Included is a step-by-step guide to writing quality content as well as a list of places where you can market your business online.< Less
Auto Body and Repair Industry: IRS Audit Techniques Guide By Internal Revenue Service
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This guide was developed by members of the Market Segment Speciality Program in Los Angeles to familiarize agents with some of the practices prevalent within the auto body and repair industry and... More > share information on issues encountered during the study of this business segment. All of the examinations included in this study were conducted in the Los Angeles basin and commentary reflects this location. State laws and local ordinances in other areas will differ, particularly in the areas of emissions and certification controls, sales tax applicability, and state tax reporting. Bird dog fees, towing, and dealer incentive payments may also be regulated. It is, therefore, important for the examiner to become familiar with local restrictions and compare them to those in the Los Angeles area when evaluating the material presented.< Less
Constructing & Understanding Hedge Funds By J. Joubert, D. Maciel, A. Procopos
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A guide to understanding hedge funds and their legal structures. This ebook provides the reader with holistic knowledge of hedge fund’s operations and the requirements to create... More > one. Additionally, the history of hedge funds is explored and supplemented with historical failures of hedge funds to give the reader an understanding of where this industry now finds itself. Also we examine the risks associated within hedge funds and when investing with one. The knowledge within will allow the reader to understand this exciting investment vehicle and what is needed to successfully construct one.< Less
Production Possibility Frontier and Opportunity Cost By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. Cable television service is an example of a natural monopoly…true or false, and why? 2. Provide an example of government applying the beneficiary principle. Do not use a toll road as... More > an example."< Less
Explaining the Beneficiary Principle of Tax By Homework Help Classof1
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"1. Cable television service is an example of a natural monopoly…true or false, and why? 2. Provide an example of government applying the beneficiary principle. Do not use a toll road as... More > an example."< Less
Credit Cards - An Introduction By Homework Help Classof1
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The credit cards enable the card holders to pay for purchases made over a period of time and to carry the balance from one billing cycle to the next. The payment for these purchases in general... More > becomes due after a free credit period allowed for the card during the course of which no interest or finance charge is imposed. Interest is charged on the unpaid balance after the payment is due.< Less