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For a Basic POS solution you need following thingA computer (Laptop or desktop)A Point of Sale software based on your business.A bar code Scanner (optional)A receipt Printer (optional)Cash Drawer (optional)Cost of a computer starts from Rs 10000Cost of a Point of Sale software costs you around Rs 15000 per year if you choose cloud based solution or something around Rs 10000 if you take Desktop based softwareBarcode Scanner will cost you around Rs 1500Reciept Printer will cost you around Rs 8000
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Payoff.com is a social finance platform enabling communities to fulfill their individual and collective dreams. We launched public beta in January 2011 and have collected 1,000+ dreams, of which over 90% are related to money. Payoff helps people fund their dreams and reach their goals, like saving for a house or vacation, adopting a child, paying off credit cards, and starting a business, in addition to connecting them with other people working towards the same things. The current product enables users to share their dreams, set up goals, link and track financial accounts, earn badges, and receive cash Sur-Prizes for progress. We provide tools from top-quality partners, as well as educational content to help move users to action and success. Ultimately, we provide a more intuitive way for users to understand how they are spending their life -- it’s not about the dollars, but it’s about the positive use of money, time, talent, and charity. We aim to own dreams and achievement on the web.  Payoff will create meaningful social connections and dialogue through dreams, goals, implicit communities based on personal transactions (the “real-life check-in”), and our partners.  In addition, our relevance and recommendation engine is guided by a Science Advisory Board, with leaders from Cal-Tech, USC, and Northwestern. We recognize that achievement and financial behavior, like most decisions, is driven by emotions, not budgets and lists, and we are reaching people in this emotional space. One user told us, “I feel more encouragement from these badges than I think you will ever know.  I'm not the most emotional person but I have been so poor for most of my adult life trying to get through school that the day  [the] "STASH" badge was awarded to me I cried!” Payoff is founded by Scott Saunders (Walz Group, Inc 500) and Eden Warner (pre-revenue to profitability CFO at Fandango), along with folks from Yahoo! and SpotRunner. You can view a video about us at and contact us at scott@payoff.com. Also, check out what folks are saying: AOL WalletPop: http://www.walletpop.com/2011/01...Business Insider: http://www.businessinsider.com/p...U.S. News Money: http://money.usnews.com/money/bl...
What are some good skills a high schooler might be able to learn on their own?
I just graduated highschool and looking back on it I think time management is just about the most important skill anyone can have, especially a highschooler. During highschool there are so many things to focus your attention on like socializing, sports, clubs, academics and tons of other stuff  I can't think of right now. Have a clear idea of how you want to spend your time and who you want to spend your time with. It is easy to have your time eaten up by people who bring you down rather than people who bring you up, its hard because a lot of the time the people who bring you down are the most fun to hangout with. I would say highschool is also a great time to work on your interpersonal skills. Selling yourself to others is probably the single most important skill anyone can have, in other words good communication skills are imperative to being successful in life. Honestly I think the best advice I could give you is something I read a few days ago here on Quora in a response to what succesful people did when they were between the ages of 10-22. "So you want to know what to do between age 10 and 22? Accomplish things. Don't wait for the world. You want it to be the one doing the catching up." - Oliver EmbertonVery very wise words. Anything you think you have to wait to do or learn or get into until later in life, you don't, go for it and see where it leads you.
My husband and I plan to migrate to Australia, how do I start the process without the involvement of an agent?
Great dream, DO IT!In my book (How to make your dream of living in another country a reality) I explained in details how to be successful in any visa application with or without a registered immigration agent. Here’s an extract from Chapter seven which will help answer your question:.......Visa application – the real dealWhen it comes to visa acquisition, the magic formula is to make sure your application is as strong as it can absolutely be.Getting a visa today to live and pursue your dream in a desired country is one of the best feelings in the world. It is an opportunity of a lifetime. I view the whole visa application venture as an investment. As aforementioned, it involves non-refundable fees and related expenses. It takes a lot of time and energy to gather the required documentation, fill out the application form and eventually submit. It also involves heaps of emotions since our travel dream is largely dependent on the ultimate outcome. This is why I always approach every visa application with all seriousness. Apart from one visitor visa that I was denied some time ago when I was an undergraduate student, all my other subsequent visa applications (student, work and residency visas) were approved. Six successes in total. Yay!Here are the keys to all my visa application successes:· As soon as I decide to apply for a visa, I make a written timetable and start organising supporting documents well in advance: Some of the RIGHT documents take weeks and even months to gather. I never rush!· Always save and have adequate funds to pay for the non-refundable adjudicating visa application. I hate losing to the immigration officials with no favourable results. Once bitten, twice shy!· I choose my application assistants carefully. Even though I principally complete the entire application form on my own, I never hesitate to seek help from trusted family members (such as my wife) and friends (those I know have been successful with the same visa type I am pursuing) if necessary. When I am unsure of anything, I contact the immigration department directly through emails or call their direct line. Sometimes, I will have to hold the call for over 45 minutes, but the officers are able to point me in the right direction.· Since I take full responsibility of the whole application process I ensure I read all available guidelines and information provided by the country’s official immigration website. The good news is that each application form has an accompanying guide, which is available for free on the official immigration websites. I carefully read the guide before attempting to complete any visa application form. I go over them multiple times so I don’t miss or misinterpret anything.· It is advisable to always check the credibility of any immigration consultant you select. To ensure you receive professional, honest and reliable advice, ensure you stick to the recommendation to always engage a licensed immigration adviser, registered immigration law specialist or designated government agency to assist you with your visa application. People often ask me if they should hire an immigration adviser. I have heard success stories from people I know who used their service. It is important to note that applying for a visa is very personalised and circumstance based. In the worst-case scenario, assuming due to my circumstances, I need personalised immigration help from a consultant, I will choose them carefully. Nowadays, there are many consultants and travel agents who claim they can answer all the technical questions and help you with your visa application to varying degrees. Beware of the scammers out there!· I complete the application forms with all the attention they deserve and supply all the right requirements. Accuracy and consistency is very important to me! I avoid incomplete or vague information. I just follow the instructions in the application guide, complete the application form and submit it on my own.· I arrange the documents in the specified order. I aim to make the immigration officer’s job of reviewing and reading through my application pack as easy and simple as possible.· I stay away from pitfalls such as providing false or fraudulent information. I am very aware that the authenticity of all the information and documents I supply will be verified. I am reminded that, if I’m banned or blacklisted, it could have a negative effect on my future visa applications. I move away from being in a fool’s paradise by believing the immigration officials will be lenient or understanding if I make mistakes or errors. It is my notion that these immigration officers will decline or fail my application based on my own errors............................................I wish you great success in your journeyCheers.LouisAuthor, How to make your dream of living in another country a reality
How do I learn in Coursera for free?
Well Buddy, What if I say you can get verified certificates for free?  Search for the Course you need. If you want a verified certificate, make sure the Course is active. Go for payment. When the payment screen pops up, scroll down until you find this option "Apply for Financial Aid". Click on that and fill out a simple application form. Supposing you are interested in a Specialization, you can't get a financial aid for the entire set of courses, but you can apply for it course by course.There you go! Hopefully it helped :) Enjoy learning!
Why do some companies do job application forms rather than take CVs?
Universities ask employees to fill in a job application for several reasons:1) it weeds out those who would cheat by having someone else fill out the information for them. You can pay someone else to write a CV but it is harder to find someone else willing to fill out a ten page application for someone.2) the application is easier to control - the answers are all in the same order, making it easier on the HR people to read them, the same questions are answered by the application where a CV might not mention some of the questions that are included on the application, and they are submitted in the HR system so it is easier to sort the applications (weed out those without college degrees, those who do not mention experience in accounting, etc).3) accreditation often requires all employees be hired using the same application process.4) auditors find it easier to check the applications to make sure there is no favoritism. If all applications are the same, it is easier to rule out favoritism.I was once in charge of hiring employees in my department and one applicant simply put her name and phone number on the application, expecting we would just hire her because she knew someone in the department.She called him (Professor X) and said she applied, and he tried to pressure me into calling her for the interview. When I said no (she had done nothing to demonstrate to us that she was qualified - she left everything blank), he went to HR and told them I was being unfair to ‘his applicant.’ He assured them he knew this person for twenty years and she was his former assistant when he worked for the federal government.They called me and told me I should interview her - she sounded right for the job. I asked them to review her application and tell me if they would interview her based on the application alone. They reviewed her application and told me that no, they would not interview her, either, based on just her name and phone number.She contacted me to ask me why she had not been interviewed for the position of Professor X’s assistant. She hadn’t even read the job announcement - she just presumed she could walk in and become Professor X’s assistant rather than doing the job we were hiring for. When she didn’t get the job, she wrote me a rude email saying “All you have to do is bother to ask Professor X how well I do my job and how quickly I can learn.” I wrote back, “I am the supervisor of all the staff and frankly, I don’t hire people who can’t be bothered to even fill out a simple form. I don’t want people working for me who don’t follow directions. And I need someone with actual experience they can prove rather than someone who wants me to interview someone else to have THEM tell me about their qualifications. Don’t waste my time with your application in the future if it is not complete.” She did waste my time twice more - she applied for other jobs in my department and never completed the application. She would have Professor X come in and demand I interview her and I would show him the incomplete application and say, “If you didn’t know her, would you hire her? She can’t even fill out the application - either she is not very smart or she is very lazy. Either way, I don’t need her on my staff.”So the application weeded her out immediately. If she had just submitted a CV someone else wrote for her, I would never have known she was too lazy to do work that would be required of her and she might have been interviewed and hired.
What does it take to become a Udacity mentor?
A little bit of hard-work, patience, necessary knowledge and the desire to guide and help others. This is basically all it takes to become a Udacity mentor.At the moment, most of the mentor roles for a nano-degree are offered to people who have completed that nano-degree. Check out the complete list here. Once you have completed the ND, you can fill in a simple application form to inform Udacity that you are interested in becoming a mentor.There has been a change in policy recently where the roles of student mentor and project reviewer have been merged. So once your profile has been selected, you will be sent a form wherein you have to answer some simple questions like ‘how will you answer the following query from a student’, etc. The question are designed to judge your soft-skills and even help you understand how to actually guide others in an online chat environment. After this you will be required to complete a couple of training sessions online to enable your on-boarding. For reviewer on-boarding, you will be asked to give a few mock reviews as well and after passing the training, you would be assigned a couple of students for mentoring.I have been a mentor and project reviewer for the Self Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree for almost one year now and I have thoroughly enjoyed interacting with people from around the world. It is also a great way to revise your learning and understand the same concepts from various points of view.I hope that you are able to join us soon.
How do I fill out the DU UG form correctly?
Hey! There . Looks like you are very much troubled , calm down and make sure you write all the details very correctly ( it should match with the documents you are attaching ).You won't be able to make any modifications later.1. Write all the marks in descending order , keeping best 4 on top.2. I would suggest you to get all the documents scanned in given size and formats. Don't compromise with quality.3. Keep your username and password simple . You have to use this potal throughout 3 years of college.Hope it helped.In case of any other doubt/query feel free to contact me.For make info visit : Step by Step Instructions to fill the Application Form