Read Chapter fifteen in our textbook on Keeping books and other records. In two pages or less look on the internet or by checking with your accountant or with governmental offices by phone, ascertain what taxes are required to be paid by a business in your state and municipality, and what records the state and/or municipality require you to keep (e.g. sales tax record front of Paramount Party supplies located at 52 West 29th near Sixth St). Next Weds April 26th is our Buying Day Trip. We will meet in Avenue at 10AM SHARP! Many trains stop at Herald Square a few blocks from where we are meeting. This will be a great experience for those of you interested in retail. The trip will be a critical buying experience and should be attended by all. We will be through with our buying trip by noon! On May 3rd and May 10th we will be selling on campus. I encourage everyone that wishes to sell his or her own merchandise on campus to let me know what you are selling. All other students will help sell the jewelry that we will be buying on our trip on April 26rd. On those selling days the students selling jewelry will show up at their allotted times either the 10AM-1PM or 1PM-4PM shifts on campus. We meet in front of Whitehead Hall breezeway on those days.
Final Exam on May 17, 2017In two pages or less write a paper on: What Did You Most Get Out of The Liebowitz Entrepreneur Program and Why Should I Invest In Your Business? All papers are due by May 16th a day before our graduation ceremony in The Georgian Room, which is the professor’s dining room in basement of Boylan Hall. At the graduation ceremony all students will make an oral presentation (3 minutes or less) to the class and guests what they learned from this program and why I should invest in your business. You can get an idea of what we are looking for from last year’s presentations: https://youtu.be/1KmK_7RhXYo
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