Business Administration & Accounting

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Related Links

1. http://www.marketingpower.com

The AMA website, MarketingPower.com, offers a wide array of newly expanded information including research, case studies and best practices in marketing. AMA's prestigious marketing journals provide access to the newest developments in marketing thought, while AMA magazines have practical applications of marketing strategies to address marketers' daily needs on the job. AMA offers specialty conferences, one-day hot topic seminars, bootcamps and workshops, to help marketers build the skills that keep them ahead of emerging trends, and help long-term professional development.


2. http://www.amanet.org/index.htm

American Management Association is a global not-for-profit, membership-based association that provides a full range of management development and educational services to individuals, companies and government agencies worldwide, including 486 of the Fortune 500 companies. Each year, thousands of business professionals acquire the latest business know-how, valuable insights and increased confidence at American Management Association seminars, conferences, current issues forums and briefings, as well as through American Management Association books and publications, research and print and online self-study courses.


3. http://findlaw.com

FindLaw is the highest-trafficked legal Web site, providing the most comprehensive set of legal resources on the Internet for legal professionals, businesses, students and individuals. These resources include Web search utilities, cases and codes, legal news, an online career center, and community-oriented tools, such as a secure document management utility, mailing lists, message boards and free e-mail.


4. http://www.census.gov/

The home page (www.census.gov) has key links (People, Business, Geography) to help you. Subjects A to Z gives you a large list of topics through which to search. You can find the population of a state, county, or city in FedStats.


5. http://www.sec.gov/

The SEC offers the public a wealth of educational information on its Internet website at www.sec.gov. The website also includes the EDGAR database of disclosure documents that public companies are required to file with the Commission.


6. http://www.njscpa.org/

The website of New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants has following sections: Business Solutions & Resources, Legislation, Education/Training, Publications, Career Development, Finding & Using a CPA, etc. You can also find a Job Bank and a Member to Member Network.


7. http://www.executiveplanet.com/

Executive Planet™ provides valuable tips on business etiquette, customs and protocol for doing business worldwide. Our guides are co-authored by experts in international business etiquette, who are available to answer your questions on the discussion board.


8. Checking your credit card score:
www.experian.com; www.transunion.com; www.equifax.com


9. To start a business in New Jersey:
http://www.state.nj.us/njbusiness/starting/; www.sba.gov


10. Checking job descriptions & salaries: www.bls.gov


11. To see the U.S. national debt clock: www.brillig.com/debt_clock/


12. Colleges and Universities in NJ:
www.yahoo.com/Education/Higher_Education/Colleges_and_
Universities/By_Region/U_S__States/New_Jersey/Complete_List


13. http://www.irs.gov This website provides information about preparing income tax returns, and is an important source for publications and forms.