Archive for May, 2011

What’s in a Name: Your New Business

Perhaps you are ready to establish yourself as an entrepreneur and need to make your new business official. If you are acting as an individual, you have the opportunity to View More...
 

Banking Basics 101: Transaction Tickets

Tellers and front line staff are trained to help you conduct your banking business. While they should know their branch cut-off time and can tell you your available vs. collected View More...
 

Mind Your Own Business: Teen Edition III

Ahh, summer. I can feel it. The sun is out longer, the windows are open all day and everyone is looking for pool owners to befriend. I love it. Summer View More...
 

Banking Basics 101: Check Endorsements

Checks are negotiable instruments that permit the transfer of money from remitter to payee. Checks are considered a promise to pay; meaning, they are not guaranteed forms of payment like View More...
 

Cheap, Easy Meals 101 (Chapter 5)

Cream Cheese Quesadillas Thanks to my 7th grade home economics class, I have enjoyed this easy recipe over and over again. This works as a side dish or main meal. View More...
 

Banking Basics 101: Money Orders

Money Orders are monetary instruments that order a specified amount of money to be paid to someone else. Given that Money Orders are paid for in full at the time View More...