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The etymology of "business" stems from the idea of being busy, and implies socially valuable and rewarding work. A business can mean a particular organization or a more generalized usage refers to an entire market sector, i.e. "the music business". Basic forms of business ownership[edit] Forms of business ownership vary by jurisdiction, but several common forms exist: Classifications[edit] Management[edit] The efficient and effective operation of a business, and study of this subject, is called management. Owners may administer their businesses themselves, or employ of managers to do this for them. Restructuring state enterprises[edit] In recent decades, various states modeled some of their assets and enterprises after business enterprises. Business process management (BPM) is a holistic management approach focused on aligning all aspects of an organization with the wants and needs of clients. Organization and government regulation[edit] Commercial law[edit] Capital[edit]

Business/Charity Together Caring for a Cause can be Good for your Small Business Many business owners I encounter say they want to "give back" and will start doing so after they ...hit it big. I'm sure many of them mean what they say and I'm equally sure that many, many of them will never get to the point where what they've achieved is enough to start "giving back". Should You make A Charitable Cause Part of Your Small Business Model Instead of Just a Part of Your Hopes? There are many benefits to a business if they make a serious and genuine effort to support a charitable cause on a consistent and ongoing basis. A few well known businesses do this and many other lesser known companies do as well. The best known of these companies is Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Foundation. First, I think they truly care about giving back and making a difference in communities. Second, it's great for employees.'s great for business. Can every business do what Ben & Jerry's does?

Category:Business stubs From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Subcategories This category has the following 14 subcategories, out of 14 total. Pages in category "Business stubs" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 382 total. (previous page) (next page)(previous page) (next page)

Finance Areas of finance[edit] Personal finance[edit] Questions in personal finance revolve around Protection against unforeseen personal events, as well as events in the wider economyTransference of family across generations (bequests and inheritance)Effects of tax policies (tax subsidies and/or penalties) on management of personal financesEffects of credit on individual financial standingPlanning a secure financial future in an environment of economic instability Personal finance may involve paying for education, financing durable goods such as real estate and cars, buying insurance, e.g. health and property insurance, investing and saving for retirement. Personal finance may also involve paying for a loan, or debt obligations. Financial position: is concerned with understanding the personal resources available by examining net worth and household cash flow. Corporate finance[edit] Financial management overlaps with the financial function of the Accounting profession. Financial services[edit]

501(c) organization The most common type of tax-exempt nonprofit organization falls under category 501(c)(3), whereby a nonprofit organization is exempt from federal income tax if its activities have the following purposes: charitable, religious, educational, scientific, literary, testing for public safety, fostering amateur sports competition, or preventing cruelty to children or animals. According to the IRS Publication 557†, in the Organization Reference Chart section, the following is an exact list of 501(c) organization types and their corresponding descriptions.[1] Under Section 511, a 501(c) organization is subject to tax on its "unrelated business income", whether or not the organization actually makes a profit, but not including selling donated merchandise or other business or trade carried on by volunteers, or certain bingo games.[10] Disposal of donated goods valued over $2,500, or acceptance of goods worth over $5,000 may also trigger special filing and record-keeping requirements.

Category:Business software From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pertains to the software normally used by businesses, including word processors, spreadsheets, project management software, etc. Subcategories This category has the following 35 subcategories, out of 35 total. Pages in category "Business software" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 234 total. (previous page) (next page)(previous page) (next page) Gestionnaire Non-Profit Research Guide This guide is for students conducting introductory research in the area of non-profit organizations in the United States. Introduction This quick topic guide was created for students conducting introductory research in the area of non-profit organizations. For further assistance, call the Library's Reference Desk at 202-662-9140, or send e-mail Major Treatises and Secondary Sources Nonprofit Enterprises: Corporations, Trusts, and Associations, by Marilyn E. Also available on Westlaw (database NPECTA) "Explains the implications of new tax acts, rulings, regulations, and case law upon nonprofit enterprises. Law of Tax-Exempt Organizations, by Bruce Hopskins (KF6449 .H6) Also available on Lexis Supplemented Annually Nonprofit Handbook: Management, edited by Tracy Daniel Connors (HD62.6 .N662 1997a) No electronic copy available Representing Nonprofit Organizations, by Marilyn A. Nonprofit Enterprises : Law and Taxation, by Marilyn E. No electronic copy available

Category:Professional ethics From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Professional ethics concerns the moral issues that arise because of the concerns of specialist knowledge that professionals attain, and how the use of this knowledge should be governed when providing a service to the public. (Ruth Chadwick (1998). Professional Ethics. Subcategories This category has the following 13 subcategories, out of 13 total. Pages in category "Professional ethics" The following 52 pages are in this category, out of 52 total. Banque Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. La Tour HSBC à Londres, siège social depuis 1993. La Tour Société Générale à La Défense. Le terme de banque renvoie soit à un secteur d'activité économique, celui traitant les opération de banque -le secteur bancaire, soit à l'un des types d'établissement actif dans ce secteur. Au sens du droit positif français, une banque est l'une des catégories légales d'établissement de crédit (article L. 511-1 du Code monétaire et financier). Ces établissements de crédit obtiennent le monopole de l'octroi des opération de banque (article L.311-1 de ce même Code monétaire et financier). Une banque est donc, à la fois, une entreprise qui : produit des services bancaires ;en fait le commerce ;fait commerce d'autres services financiers ou connexes. Elle est ainsi au cœur du commerce de l'argent et en responsabilité directe de la gestion des risques financiers. Origine du terme[modifier | modifier le code] Boîte de changeur (1655).

Nonprofit FAQs The answers to our Frequently Asked Questions are provided for informational purposes and are not intended to provide legal advice or to substitute for the advice of an attorney. If you have specific legal questions, consult your attorney. You may also wish to review our other FAQs for answers to frequently asked questions related to filing issues such as amending or correcting a filing, assumed name and name registration and reservation filings, name changes, and withdrawal and termination. What is a nonprofit corporation? A “nonprofit corporation” is a corporation no part of the income of which is distributable to members, directors, or officers.