Two workshops entitled "Thinking of Starting A Business" will be held during the month of February from 6-8:30 p.m. They will take place on Thursday evenings Feb. 7 and 21 in the conference room of the Small Business Assistance Center, 111 East Liberty St. in Savannah. The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center and the Service Corps of Retired Executives sponsor these events.
Georgia Southern University is offering a non-credit business leadership course at the Coastal Georgia Center in Savannah.
ATLANTA - The Georgia Ports Authority announced at its board meeting Monday in Atlanta more than 2.6 million TEUs (20-foot Equivalent Unit containers) were handled through the Port of Savannah in calendar year 2007, which represents a 20.6-percent increase and a new record for Georgia.
Business owners and managers are invited to attend a legal seminar in Brunswick that will address how supervisors should deal with an employee who has filed a harassment claim.
ATLANTA - Recently, an entity calling itself "Georgia Corporate Compliance" mailed solicitations entitled "Annual Minutes Disclosure Statement" to numerous Georgia corporations. This solicitation offers to complete corporate meeting minutes on behalf of the Georgia corporation for a fee. Despite the implications contained in the solicitation, Georgia corporations are not required by law to file corporate minutes with the Secretary of State.
When you retire, it would be convenient if all your expenses were to "retire" as well. But they won't. In fact, you'll likely need between 80 percent and 100 percent of your pre-retirement income to maintain your standard of living in retirement. And you may even need more, depending on what you plan to do during your retirement years. So, well before you retire, ask yourself a couple of key questions: Where will the money come from? And when can I get at it?
Fort Stewart Georgia Federal Credit Union celebrated its 43rd birthday in 2007 and entered its 44th year with several changes.
Whenever you see people enjoying a comfortable retirement - traveling, volunteering, pursuing hobbies, taking up a new career - you can be pretty sure it all didn't happen by accident. In fact, success at retirement is similar to success in just about any endeavor - you have to plan for it.
A series of three workshops entitled "Automating Your Bookkeeping with QuickBooks" will be held during the month of February. They will take place on Tuesday evenings from 6-9 p.m. The first part of the series will be on Feb. 5, the second part of the series will be on Feb. 12 and the last part of the series will be on Feb. 19.
WASHINGTON - Business.gov, the official business link to the U.S. government, has launched new search features and expanded content that make it easier for small business owners to find essential information they need to run their operations, including forms, licenses, permits and regulatory information from federal, state and local governments.
As you are no doubt aware, 2008 is a presidential election year. As a citizen, you may well have a great deal of interest in the election. But how about as an investor? How does an election year affect the investment climate? And - again from the perspective of an investor - does it matter who wins?
WASHINGTON - Small business owners now have a new small business resource to help improve their chances for profitability by understanding the importance and use of business credit. The U.S. Small Business Administration launched a series of training resources designed to help small business owners manage their business credit.
On Jan. 4 in a gathering at MedCare at Goshen Road, the Effingham Hospital's administration, accompanied by many friends and associates, bade a fond farewell to Dr. Maria E. Rivera.
Amy Ambrose, a Rincon resident and independent consultant with Tastefully Simple, Inc., is now a team leader with the national direct seller of gourmet foods.
After 43 years with Morris Multimedia, Karen Tanksley won't be starting her work day holding a cup of coffee in her Rincon office.
STATESBORO - The Georgia Southern University Museum recognized longtime supporter Planters Telephone Cooperative recently during the annual Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries Conference at the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center.
The Georgia Department of Labor announced that Effingham County's unemployment rate for December 2014 fell to 5.4 percent, down from 5.5 percent in November 2014.