Microsoft Excel permits users numerous functions that is most useful when working with a several-year financial calculation. To arrange that disarrange of columns, row, and hundreds of cells, you can also use in Excel “outline” features. It permits you to create logical groups to data with relevant totals and subtotals.
However, sometimes it might be turn out an overwhelming numerical of those rows subtotals
The norm in Nigeria with regards to the recruitment of unemployed persons is that majority of recruitment agencies make promises of employment to unsuspecting job seekers which in most cases are non-existent and demand high consulting fees for such unscrupulous service. It is then crucial for companies or organizations keen on operating recruitment service as a recruitment agency or to function as a recruiter in any capacity iContinue reading >>>
HOW A NIGERIAN OR FOREIGN INVESTOR CAN INCORPORATE A COMPANY AT CAC AND REGISTER FOR A BUSINESS CERTIFICATE WITH NIPC.By chinedu okpi - 16 Jun,2020 20 Comments
An Investor can participate in the growth of the Nigerian economy. It is immaterial whether such investment drive is motivated by an individual or a foreign corporate entity.
Based on the topic of discourse, the first step an investor has to take in order to participate in the bubbling Nigerian economy is to incorporate a company with the corporate affairs commission (CAC) of Nigeria. The effect of carrying on Business withou
STEPS, REQUIREMENTS AND COST OF PROCESSING EXPATRIATE QUOTA, STR VISA AND CERPAC (RESIDENCE PERMIT) IN NIGERIABy chinedu okpi - 10 Jun,2020 20 Comments
A foreigner who desires to invest in the Nigerian economy or a Nigerian that wishes to engage the services of a foreign expert must make certain that a business entity is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission as a Limited liability Company (LTD)
Aligned with the conditions of the above assertion, it will be pertinent to take a critical look at the step by step guide, requirements and cost of processing an Expatriat
The economic system of Nigeria being a blend of Government and private participation calls for a synergy between both partners in progress to formulate a course of action that will ensure the best qualified contractors, firms and companies in line with the Public Procurement Act (PPA) 2007 secure the right or license to implement Government projects that best suits public interest.
On the strength of the above premise, below