Business executive's handbook

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Prentice-Hall, 1939 - Business & Economics - 1281 pages
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Contents

SECTION PAGE 1 Business Mathematics
1
How to calculate the compound 10 DEPRECIATION METHODS
2
Multiplication by use of a table
3
Use of interest tables
14
How to calculate the bank dis periods and the rate of inter
35
What an annuity is 38 Workinghours method of depre
80
How to calculate the amount of an Diminishing rates on cost
86
Deferred annuities 45 cent profit on cost price
94
Effect of the death of the drawer Letters granting credit
731
Note obtained fraudulently is the Combination statement
737
What is a draft or bill of exchange 722 sense of fairness
744
Letters of demand 746 Explaining why interest is charged
758
Letters on the taking of unearned Placing an account with an
769
Dealings With Embarrassed Debtors
773
effected
775
When the guarantor of a debt is ings may be instituted
791

Division
104
VERIFICATION OF COMPUTA
111
Rental ready reckoner
122
Income in relation to the purchase
128
Business Letters
133
A BETTERLETTERS FROORAM
135
A routine letter rewritten
143
How to open and close the letter
149
Letters granting requests
155
HOW TO REPLY TO COMPLAINT
161
Letters refusing adjustments
170
A letter may constitute a contract
176
Is a letter containing an offer
182
Inside address
188
Salutation
197
Heading for second page
203
DICTIONARY OF CORRECT
214
Selling by DirectMail
225
What can be sold by mail
227
Mailing lists for directmail selling
233
Advertising
271
Scope of agency service
279
Can an advertiser forecast the
301
Knowledge and experience of
304
Advantages and disadvantages
310
Safeguards to observe in testing
316
COPYRIGHT PROCEDURE
345
Copyright in Great Britain
354
Choosing a type face
361
Proofreaders marks
367
Illustrations
373
Paper
382
Sales Contracts and Forms
405
Storage and insur ing agent to distribute specific
406
Manufacturer Form No 82 Manufacturer
407
What a contract is 409 dise purchased through
410
Contract of sale of SALES CONTRACTS
416
Acceptance of or chandise in transit upon
465
Excusing nonde Form No 51 Agreement appoint
496
Contingency of war Form No 52 Agreement for
505
Separability of ship tories
512
Agency contracts in general 477 grants right to sell complete
518
Negotiation by during period of employment
532
Salesman prohib F o b named point
549
Purchasing Procedure
555
DETERMINING WHAT TO
562
How specifications may be stated
568
Insurance
581
Budgeting insurance premiums
588
Conflicts between standard pro Nonownership automobile lia bility insurance contingent
601
Protection of beneficiaries of life are necessary
626
Nature and scope of group insur
630
WORKMENS COMPENSATION
636
Standard provisions of liability
642
Forms of credit insurance policies
650
Surety bonds
656
Contingent use and occupancy
663
Check alteration and forgery in Installation transit insurance
668
Credits and Collections
673
Services of Dun Bradstreet Inc 677 cantile agency with false in formation as to traders finan
698
Credit interchange bureaus 692 Attorneys directories
707
Check received on which amount it information
725
What is an assignment for benefit ticipate in a reorganization
798
Financial Statements
803
Discounted notes acceptances Operating expenses 849
804
Examination of inventories 872 Importance of the sources
805
Kinds of financial statements
807
Methods of clarifying the balance
813
Other current assets
820
Goodwill
826
Miscellaneous suspense items
832
Accounts and notes due to officers ed income statement
849
Reserves for corresponding funds 839 analysis 856 Place of prepaid expenses in credit
857
How to head the income state up the current assets 864 Examination of cash
865
Examination of trade acceptances
871
Examination of current liabilities 876 False Financial Statements
877
Examination of notes bills
888
Types of Business Organizations
893
Partnerships
911
Effect of bankruptcy of a partner 939 Who has power to liquidate
912
What a partnership agreement affairs
927
States which have adopted the ners individual name may
933
Directors Officers Stockholders
947
Stockholders right to inspect cor How a foreign corporation quali
948
Who are qualified to act as direc of office
956
What powers may directors dele sell property in behalf of
962
Removal of officers by directors Duties performed by officers
979
Power of directors to compromise tion for their services
988
Who are qualified to act as officers 976 of stock upon loss theft
994
May a corporation do business in Penalties which may be incurred
1002
Corporate Meetings Minutes and Resolutions
1005
PREPARATIONS FOR MEETINGS Necessity for a quorum to be pre
1025
Necessity for holding stock stockholders meeting
1033
Revocation and reconsideration
1039
Quorum at directors meeting
1046
PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE
1063
Call for the order of the day
1070
Motion to postpone indefinitely
1076
Table of motions
1084
Increasing Profits Through Budgetary Control
1085
What budgetary control can
1088
Sales budget
1094
Life Insurance Annuities and Estate Planning
1113
Surrender values of life insurance
1122
Short term policies as investments
1129
Creation of an Estate Through
1132
Insurance trust as a means of dis
1138
Purposes of estate planning
1145
Spendthrift trusts
1156
Telegraph Telephone and Postal Information
1159
Sheets of Government postal cards 1200 Limit of indemnity on registered
1160
Kinds of Domestic Messages
1163
Urgent messages
1169
Registered code addresses
1172
Night rates
1178
Staff instrument
1184
Air Mail
1190
Metered indicia
1196
Redemption of Government postal Insured Mail
1201
Postage on business reply cards specialhandling mail
1207
Glossary of Abbreviations
1211
Index
1235
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