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An American Bankruptcy Institute Publication

Second only to the experience of filing a claim in bankruptcy, preference exposure is the most common experience a creditor will encounter in bankruptcy. Updated to address the 2005 changes to the Bankruptcy Code, ABI's Preference Handbook, Second Edition by David B. Wheeler (Moore & Van Allen) provides a streamlined guide to the "ins" and "outs" of preference claims and preference liability, and is written to appeal to lawyers and... Details

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Recommended text for the CAP Class, Principles of Accounting

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Market-leading Warren/Reeve/Duchac ACCOUNTING has been on the forefront of innovation and change based on the needs of today's teaching and learning environment.

The most significant changes for this edition involve the inclusion of the new revenue recognition standard and a greater emphasis on service companies in the managerial accounting chapters.

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Recommended text for the CAP Class, Principles of Accounting

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Tools to help work through end-of-chapter assignments with these working papers. The preformatted files provide a starting point by giving a basic structure for journal entries and problems.

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No credit department should be without this information booklet which details what today's credit executives need to know about what can or cannot be down, what can or cannot be discussed, when credit terms can or cannot be adjusted and what is covered by the various antitrust statutes. It contains a concise explanation of the Sherman Act, Clayton Act and Robinson-Patman Act, a detailed review of what constitutes restraint of trade, unfair competition and conspiracy, a discussion of... Details
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Financial risk can be described as both an Art and a Science. Various ratio calculations and number crunching exercises represent the Science. The Art is the actual interpretation and decision-making process whereby all types of company information are reviewed in conjunction with the ratio calculations. The analyst makes a final decision, based on past experiences, overall industry knowledge, the firm's financial trends, as well as the completion of a risk/reward assessment. ... Details
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Issues for Suppliers and Customers of Financially Troubled Auto Suppliers

An American Bankruptcy Institute Publication

Written by the Creditors' Rights Department of Barnes & Thornburg LLP and edited by Prof. James J. White of the University of Michigan Law School, this manual on automotive supply insolvencies and bankruptcies provides strategies for buyers and sellers in the supply chain both prior and subsequent to a supplier's bankruptcy filing. The manual includes... Details

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The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 was passed by the United States Congress and signed into law by President Bush on April 20, 2005. The legislation contains the most significant changes to federal bankruptcy law since the enactment of the Bankruptcy Code in 1978. This timely book breaks down the act and explains its relevance to credit professionals.
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Course Overview: The ability to negotiate is an important element of success for every leader, manager, supervisor, project manager, and employee as they deal with customers, suppliers, and one another. Negotiation is often the key to settling disputes, resolving conflict, allocating scarce resources, and making tough decisions. And in today's workplace, where employee empowerment and team-based work are increasingly important, there are many... Details

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Business credit is covered by the basic nondiscrimination requirements of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA). ECOA bans credit discrimination for reasons of sex, marital status, race, color, religion, national origin and age. This informative pamphlet defines which actions creditors may and may not take under this Act.
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

The most recent issue available will be sent.

Shipments to addresses in the United States and Canada are by First-Class Mail or UPS Ground. Extra charges for expedited shipping or to addresses outside the United States and Canada.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and... Details
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Select this option for delivery to addresses in the United States only.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181

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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Published by NACM, Business Credit Magazine features articles on the latest issues and topics affecting the business credit profession.

Nine issues per year; Monthly except for combined July/August, September/October and November/December issues.

Allow 4-6 weeks for shipment of first issue. ISSN:0897-0181
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Recommended text for the ACAP courses, Business Law and Credit Law.

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Discover the excitement of cutting-edge business law as BUSINESS LAW TODAY: COMPREHENSIVE, 11E includes a wide selection of intriguing new cases and thorough coverage of the latest developments in the field. This successful textbook ensures the study of business law is both appealing and relevant without sacrificing the legal credibility and comprehensive coverage that have... Details

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Proudly display your achievement of the CBA professional designation by wearing a lapel pin. The pins, made by Jostens, are gold plated and approximately 3/4" by 1/2". The CBA pin has a dark red center.
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Proudly display your achievement of the CBF professional designation by wearing a lapel pin. The pins, made by Jostens, are gold plated and approximately 3/4" by 1/2". The CBF pin has a dark blue center.
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Proudly display your achievement of the CCE professional designation by wearing a lapel pin. The pins, made by Jostens, are gold plated and approximately 3/4" by 1/2". The CCE pin center is dark green.
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Can Cooler that folds flat and sit upright for easy use. Holds cans or bottles. Royal blue with white CFDD Logo.
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Blue travel grip with velcro closure.