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Tax Appointments at Sunnyvale Public Library

Tax Appointments at Sunnyvale Public Library
Event on 2019-04-03 16:00:00
Did you know that — besides being a legal requirement, it is often to your advantage to file a tax return. Some of your tax withholdings may be refunded! STEP #1: SCREENING TOOL – Please use United Way Bay Area's online screening tool to determine if you’re eligible for free tax help through our program. STEP #2: MAKE AN APPOINTMENT ONLINE – If the tool results in you likely being eligible, go ahead and register here through EventBrite to make an appointment with us! STEP #3: GATHER YOUR DOCUMENTS AND COMPLETE THE APPROPRIATE INTAKE FORM – Students and community members that are citizens or permanent residents should go to http://earnitkeepitsaveit.org/what-to-bring which details the documents to bring to your appointment AND the form to fill out . However, If you are an international or foreign student, go to http://www.earnitkeepitsaveit.org/foreign-student which details a separate set of documents you will need for your appointment AND a different form to fill out (NOTE: completing the Foreign Residence Address field is unnecessary) prior to your appointment. STEP #4. GO TO DEANZA ON YOUR APPOINTMENT DAY! DeAnza free tax preparation services are provided by IRS certified volunteers located in the Sunnyvale Public Library (to the left of the computer lab). Sunnyvale Public Library is one of hundreds of Bay Area VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) sites that provide free tax help to low-to-moderate income families. We are part of the greater tax movement called Earn It! Keep It! Save It! (EKS), organized by United Way Bay Area (UWBA). You can read more about EKS at http://www.EarnitKeepitSaveit.org/about Thanks, and see you soon!

at Sunnyvale Public Library
, 665 W. Olive Ave.
Sunnyvale, United StatesSunnyvale Public Library

Texas Notary Public Training Workshop – RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER

Texas Notary Public Training Workshop – RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER
Event on 2017-09-30 09:00:00
THIS TRAINING IS BEING RESCHEDULED DUE TO ANTICIPATED SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY AUGUST 26, 2017 – TROPICAL STORM. NEW TRAINING DATE IS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2017. This three hour course sponsored by My San Antonio Mobile Notary, a BBB A+ Certified, veteran-owned business, is designed to educate current Texas Notaries Public, and those interested in the laws, rules and regulations governing the Texas Notary Public. Who should take this workshop? Current Texas Notaries Public (as a refresher), and those interested in becoming a Texas Notary Public. Why should you attend this workshop? A Texas Notary Public is personally liable for negligence or fraud in the performance of the duties of the office. The Notary Public assumes personal liability for the full extent of damages caused by a breach of his or hers’ official duty. In addition to civil liability, Texas Notaries Public may be subject to criminal prosecution and the revocation or suspension of their notary public commission by the Texas Secretary of State's office. There are currently no requirements for any type of “Formal Training” for Texas Notaries Public. However, as you will learn in this course, Texas Gov't. Code Ann. § 406.009 gives the Texas Secretary of State the authority to reject an application, or suspend or revoke the commission of any Notary Public for "good cause". "Good Cause" includes: •   – the failure to comply with Section 406.017; •   – a final conviction for a violation of law concerning the regulation of the conduct of notaries public in this or another state; •   – the imposition on the notary public of an administrative, criminal, or civil penalty for a violation of a law or rule prescribing the duties of a notary public; This means that even though there are no requirements for formal training, a Texas Notary Public is still expected to know and more importantly follow the laws and regulations governing his or her commission. By the way, what is not mentioned above are the monetary fines that can also be imposed if any of the laws are violated. So, not only can a Texas Notary Public loose his or her commission, the individual could be looking at some pretty hefty fines depending on the severity of the violation committed (and believe me, this does happen). Unfortunately, the excuse “I didn’t know” does not come into play. Before you start notarizing documents, it is your responsibility to learn the rules and regulations governing your Texas Notary Public commission. There will be two sessions making it easy for you to choose one that works best with your schedule and training needs: Morning Workshop (9:00am – 12pm) is Afternoon Advanced Course (1pm to 4:00 pm) is 5 Purchase Workshop and Advanced Course together for 0.00 Save .00 DISCLAIMER:  Completion of this course does not award you a Texas Notary Public Commission. Payment Options: Register online then mail in payment (payable to My San Antonio Mobile Notary) to:  17460 IH 35 N, Suite #430, PMB 421, Schertz, TX 78154 – Payment must be received prior to the date of the event. Seat/registration is not confirmed until payment is received. Register and Pay online: https://txnotarypublicworkshopaug2017.eventbrite.com Call (210) 343-5007, register and make a credit card payment by phone. Register online then request an invoice. Registration must be completed and fee(s) paid prior to September 30, 2017. Those waiting to pay “at the door” will be subject to a surcharge. For More Info Call:  (210) 343-5007 or Email:  phyllis@mysamobilenotary.com Fees: Purchase workshop Texas Notary Public Workshop for .00 Purchase Workshop and Advanced Course together for 0.00 Save .00 THE FEES QUOTED ABOVE DO NOT INCLUDE PAYMENT FOR A TEXAS NOTARY PUBLIC COMMISSION.   What you will learn:How to become a Texas Notary PublicReasons for Rejection/Suspension/RevocationDuties of a Texas Notary PublicAuthorized Notarial FeesRecordkeeping Requirements (Notary Journal)Notary ResponsibilitiesHow to complete notarial certificatesThe difference between an Affidavit and JuratHow to handle Certified CopiesHow to administer an OathWhat you cannot doUnauthorized Practice of Law (UPL)And more. Texas Notary Public Professional Training Workshop – Mission:To teach the Texas Notary Public how to properly notarize documents and complete notarial certificates, so the Notary Public will feel confident completing notarial duties for the general public. Also provide training in “what to do” and “what not to do” as a Texas Notary Public. About the instructor:Phyllis E. Traylor has been a Notary Public for almost 10 years. She is a United States Army retiree, and the owner of My San Antonio Mobile Notary and other subsidiaries.Phyllis has a Master of Arts degree in Adult and Higher Education, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Education. She taught full time as an Assistant Professor at St. Philip’s College in the Business Information Solutions Department, and at DeVry University as a Visiting Professor. She is currently an Adjunct Faculty member at St. Philip’s College.Phyllis is a member and contributing writer for the American Notary Association, and sits on several non-profit boards.  My San Antonio Mobile Notary has been awarded the following vendor certifications through the South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA):AABE – African American Business EnterpriseESBE – Emerging Small Business EnterpriseMBE – Minority Business EnterpriseSBE – Small Business EnterpriseVBE – Veteran-Owned Business EnterpriseWBE – Woman-Owned Business Enterprise Please join the Texas Notary Public Training Academy “Meet Up Group”, so you can stay informed.  There is no cost to join this group.  Announcements will be made about up coming courses, events, Texas Notary Public news and notary supplies.  https://www.meetup.com/TexasNotaryPublicTrainingAcademy/

at My San Antonio Mobile Notary
1802 Northeast Interstate 410 Loop , Suite B23
San Antonio, United StatesMy San Antonio Mobile Notary

A Notary Public Or Public Notary

In this article, I’ll be discussing what exactly is a Notary Public in Ontario. A Notary Public is simply someone designated as such to give official recognition to certain government or private transactions or documents. As always, we start with the enabling legislation – in this case, the Notaries Act. That Act provides that an Ontario Barrister and Solicitor can automatically become a Notary Public. After getting called to the Bar, I simply had to get an embosser, fill out a form, and pay a one-time fee ($ 145) to the Ontario government.

Everyone else who wishes to become a Notary Public must apply. To become a Public Notary (in case you are not a lawyer), you need to be Canadian citizen. You also need to be available for examination and re-examination in regard to his or her qualification for the office of Notary Public by a judge of the Superior Court of Justice (in the area in which he or she resides). The latter must find that the applicant is qualified for the office and is needed for the public convenience in the place where the applicant resides and intends to carry on business. This is all covered under s. 2 of the Act. Finally, that person must obtain an embosser (about $ 60) and pay a one-time fee to the Ontario government ($ 110).

The power of the Notary Public is set out in ss. 2(2) and 3 of the Act. Generally, if the Notary Public is not a lawyer, then he or she may have restrictions imposed upon them.

Some of the types of transactions and documents which a Notary Public can assist you with includes:

* Administering or commissioning oaths

* Taking affidavits, affirmations, acknowledgments, or declarations

* Certifying documents as true copies

* Assisting with certain immigration documents (e.g. passport application, permanent residence card application, consent to travel documentation, etc.).

Section 5 of the Act provides that a Notary Public need not affix their seal to an oath, affidavit or declaration for it to be valid.

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A Notary Public Or Public Notary http://public.ezinemark.com/a-notary-public-or-public-notary-4ecd177bdd4.html

In this article, I’ll be discussing what exactly is a Notary Public in Ontario. A Notary Public is simply someone designated as such to give official recognition to certain government or private transactions or documents. As always, we start with the enabling legislation – in this case, the Notaries Act. That Act provides that an Ontario Barrister and Solicitor can automatically become a Notary Public. After getting called to the Bar, I simply had to get an embosser, fill out a form, and pay a one-time fee ($ 145) to the Ontario government.

Everyone else who wishes to become a Notary Public must apply. To become a Public Notary (in case you are not a lawyer), you need to be Canadian citizen. You also need to be available for examination and re-examination in regard to his or her qualification for the office of Notary Public by a judge of the Superior Court of Justice (in the area in which he or she resides). The latter must find that the applicant is qualified for the office and is needed for the public convenience in the place where the applicant resides and intends to carry on business. This is all covered under s. 2 of the Act. Finally, that person must obtain an embosser (about $ 60) and pay a one-time fee to the Ontario government ($ 110).

The power of the Notary Public is set out in ss. 2(2) and 3 of the Act. Generally, if the Notary Public is not a lawyer, then he or she may have restrictions imposed upon them.

Some of the types of transactions and documents which a Notary Public can assist you with includes:

* Administering or commissioning oaths

* Taking affidavits, affirmations, acknowledgments, or declarations

* Certifying documents as true copies

* Assisting with certain immigration documents (e.g. passport application, permanent residence card application, consent to travel documentation, etc.).

Section 5 of the Act provides that a Notary Public need not affix their seal to an oath, affidavit or declaration for it to be valid.

Public Enterprises in Nigeria. A critical evaluation of their performance

Public Enterprises in Nigeria. A critical evaluation of their performance


Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics – Economic Policy, grade: 2.1, , course: Public Administration, language: English, abstract: The establishment of public enterprises by governments of developing economies has been identified as a strategic approach to accelerated economic and national development. The main prop was the fostering and harnessing of economic potentials, balancing and control of strategic and social interest of the country, full employment as well as generation of revenue for the development of infrastructure. With the exception of some episodic successes recorded at inception, structural legacy of public enterprises and their corresponding impact on the Nigerian economy have been burdensome. This research was therefore inspired by the need to critically evaluate the factors leading to the dismal performance of public enterprises using the Cross River Newspaper Corporation as a case study. A sample of 360 persons was used for the study. The data for this study was generated from a well structured questionnaire which was administered on the sample. Research hypotheses were tested using Parsons Correlation Coefficient method. The result of the analyses revealed a positive correlation between the dependent and independent variables. Accordingly, the four Hypotheses were rejected. Recommendations were made in line with the findings. Kenobi Gabriel Krukru is a freelance researcher that resides in Nigeria. He is interested in research, Sports and spreading knowledge all over the world. More specifically, he assists students and scholars in writing their research papers.

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Sold by Kobo U.SEconomic Policy$ 18.99Seminar paper from the year 2015 in the subject Business economics – Economic Policy, grade: 2.1, , course: Public Administration, language: English, abstract: The establishment of public enterprises by governments of developing economies has been identified as a strategic approach to accelerated economic and national development. The main prop was the fostering and harnessing of economic potentials, balancing and control of strategic and social interest of the country, full employment as well a

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