As strange as it might sound wholesale video games are not the only ones in price discounts for us as sellers on the Internet. Shockingly you can even go online and go to the number auction site on the planet, type wholesale bomb and even get results as of this moment of writing! Believe it, the wholesale definition itself has gotten way out of proportion itself. So what is really wholesale to start?
If even popular encyclopedias online define it as a sale of goods or the resale of goods to the broad amount of potential list of clients as Industrial, commercial among others, can everyone put a wholesale stamp sticker in a local retail shop or on Internet sites right now claim wholesaling victory? Yes they can, at least in my Puerto Rican USA territory they can whether it is new or a used unit or item.
So this may very well be deceiving if customers do not get a lower price from the unit book value or market current value if price is higher than current average costs. So how do we know what is really wholesale? Whether it is wholesale video games, wholesale audio or the famously known wholesale panties niche, you need to be able to turn a profit in a simple way after buying the item from the source in order to consider it wholesale.
If we were to technically follow word for word the wholesale definition as for example your wholesale games hot resale clearance deal, you must sell below current market value and of course even sell it below current country book value in order to really be considered a wholesale transaction.
If you go online and type anything that has this kind of wholesale stamp, you will clearly know that many items in such sites cannot be purchased a later on be resold for a higher price in order to turn a profit. This totally sounds as simple 1,2,3 mathematics, but is really not that simple if you are a starter. Internet is not what it were 5 and 10 years ago.
The most recent question from one of my own people stating, that she needs to know sources for ordering Halo 3 at pre-order with wholesale prices as she has a video store and where can she find such wholesale video games at greater prices. Sorry to reminder, it cannot happen with 50-60% in game discounts and if it does happen- definitely not the usual. Someone is losing in such case. Wholesale prices can be define as units when you can get a profit out of a resale or the sell of a wholesale video games goods for example, but how much do you profit is the real question you should further investigate if you are really into bargains.
I recently graduated from college in April, and I’m very interested in Puerto Rico. Because of my studies, I couldn’t afford the Study Abroad program. I’ve been studying Spanish since I was 12, and I’d say I’m rather fluent, although I’m a stronger reader/writer than I am a speaker. I want to continue my growth in Spanish, and I’m seeking a change so I can interact more with others who speak a language other than English. How would I go about getting the opportunity to live in PR? Do you know of any grants that may be provided to pay for a few of my expenses? What are the most frugal yet safe places to live in order to become a stronger Spanish speaker (but also provide enough English guidance if I relapse in the speaking aspect)? My degree’s in Accounting, yet I love music and art. Do you know of any jobs that may be suitable for me(jobs that speak both English and Spanish)? What else should I be aware of? Any help is greatly appreciated, and no sarcastic replies, please.
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Every year at this time, in December the entire mood of everyone changes, all are happy, everyone has a smile on their face and there are greetings all around that’s the change that Christmas brings to each and every one of us the joy and the happiness all are a very important part of the Christmas spirit.
But there is one more thing that is a very essential part of the Christmas spirit that are the Christmas songs or better known as the carols, you can hear them coming out of every Christian house and church during the Christmas season.
Just to describe few of the most popular Christmas songs.
“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town”
It was written by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie, and was first sung on Eddie Cantor’s radio show in November 1934. It is a beautiful song, and beautifully sung aimed especially at children but there would be no one who does not like this song. With a beautiful melody “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town” everyone is filled with joy whenever they here this song.
The song is often used to tell children that Santa knows when they’ve been bad or good and that they should be good.
“Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”
The lyrics of the song are quite an irony to the situation when the song was written. It was written by lyricist Sammy Cahn and composer Jule Styne in 1945. It was written in July 1945 in Hollywood, California during one of the hottest days on record. “Let It Snow!” has been covered countless times. Due to its seasonal lyrics, it is commonly regarded as a Christmas song. Yet despite its cheery, holiday feel, it is a love song that never mentions Christmas and both the composer and lyricist were Jewish. But the cheerful feel of the song is enough to make it a Christmas song.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Rudolph is a character created in a story and song by the same name. The story was created by Robert L. May in 1939. Johnny Marks decided to adapt May’s story into a song, which through the years has been recorded by many artists. The song tells the tale of Santa Claus’s ninth and lead reindeer who possesses an unusually red-colored nose that gives off its own light, powerful enough to illuminate the team’s path through inclement weather. Now Rudolph has become a figure of Christmas folklore.
It is one of the best known and commonly sung winter songs in the world. It was written by James Lord Pierpont (1822-1893) and copyrighted under the title “One Horse Open Sleigh” on September 16, 1857. Despite being inextricably connected to Christmas, it is not specifically a Christmas song. The entire song gives a fast and a melodious sound that stay in our minds for long even after the song is over. In some versions the tempo of the song keeps on increasing as the songs is continuously sung.
Feliz Navidad is a Christmas song written in 1970 by the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Jos? Feliciano. With its simple Spanish chorus (the traditional Christmas/New Year greeting, “Feliz Navidad, pr?spero a?o y felicidad” or “Merry Christmas, and a happy New Year “) and equally simple English verse (“I wanna wish you a Merry Christmas from the bottom of my heart “), it has become a classic Christmas pop song
These songs may be very old songs but it the spirit with which it is sung every year at Christmas time that keeps these songs alive, all these songs and many more bring out the exact feeling of happiness, joy and cheerfulness that goes through our minds in the Christmas season
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The Puerto Rico State Agency that oversees the collection and reporting of State income taxes deducted from payroll checks is:
Department of the Treasury
Bureau of Income Tax
Intendente Alejandro Ramirez Bldg.
Paseo Covadonga, Stop 1
P.O. Box S-4515
San Juan, PR 00905
Puerto Rico has no State Income Tax. Therefore, there are no State W2′s to file, no supplement wage withholding rates and no State W2′s to file.
The Puerto Rico State Unemployment Insurance Agency is:
Department of Labor and Human Resources
Bureau of Employment Security
Prudencio Rivera Martinez Bldg.
505 Munoz Rivera Ave.
Hato Rey, PR 00918
The State of Puerto Rico taxable wage base for unemployment purposes is wages up to $7,000.00.
Puerto Rico has no provision of quarterly wages on magnetic media.
Unemployment records must be retained in Puerto Rico for a minimum period of five years. This information generally includes: name; social security number; dates of hire, rehire and termination; wages by period; payroll pay periods and pay dates; date and circumstances of termination.
The Puerto Rico State Agency charged with enforcing the state wage and hour laws is:
Department of Labor and Human Resources
505 Munoz Rivera Ave.
Hato Rey, PR 00918
There is no provision for minimum wage in Puerto Rico.
The general provision in Puerto Rico concerning paying overtime in a non-FLSA covered employer is one and one half times regular rate after 40-hour week except under contract, custom, nature of work.
There is no provision of new hire requirements in the Puerto Rico law.
There is no provision of rules for direct deposit for Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico has no Wage and Hour Law provisions concerning pay stub information except that employees paid by direct deposit must get a voucher showing all deductions.
Puerto Rico requires that employee be paid every 15 days.
In Puerto Rico there are no statutory requirements concerning the lag time between when the services are performed and when the employee must be paid.
Puerto Rico payroll law requires that involuntarily terminated employees must be paid their final pay by next regular payday.
Puerto Rico has no general provision on when voluntarily terminated employees must be paid their final wages.
There is no provision in Puerto Rico law concerning paying deceased employees.
There is no provision of when unclaimed wages should be paid in Puerto Rico.
There is no provision in Puerto Rico law concerning record retention of abandoned wage records.
There is no provision in Puerto Rico law concerning tip credits against State minimum wage.
In Puerto Rico the payroll laws covering mandatory rest or meal breaks are only that all employees must have 1-hour meal period after 3rd and before 6th hour of shift unless agreed otherwise.
There is no provision in Puerto Rico law concerning record retention of wage and hour records therefore it is probably wise to follow FLSA guidelines.
The Puerto Rico agency charged with enforcing Child Support Orders and laws is:
Child Support Enforcement Program
Department of Social Services
P.O. Box 3349
San Juan, PR 00902-3349
Puerto Rico has no provisions for child support deductions.
Please note that this article is not updated for changes that can and will happen from time to time.