How To Use Yearly Report

Long before any interviews have been scheduled, the HR people and the hiring managers have already formed an opinion about the many applicants that have passed across their desks. In any job market, it is extremely important that you make sure that you stand out from this crowd and get yourself viewed in a positive light. The best way to make a great first impression is through your cover letter!

In this situation, I explained that my company reports late payers to one of the big credit bureaus. When my bill became more than 30 days overdue, the report would go in. Most small businesses do not know how to do that, but I do. My customer realized if that bad report showed up in their credit record, other suppliers would start demanding cash up front, which would make their quarterly report worse. They paid and were never again late.

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So of all the things that I might have said about investing, I haven’t really made it sound ‘sexy’ yet. Have I? The truth is, investing isn’t really very sexy. Pop stars are sexy. Carmen Electra is sexy. Investing is graphs, moving averages, Annual Report Printing, company statements, calculators and work. Not so sexy. It’s kind of like being an accountant but with marginally more life and a few graphs.

Get the low-down on the company. Study their website. Google them. Get a copy of their last company annnual report. What is their mission statement, their competition?

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