UPCs have a number of advantages to businesses and consumers. Because they make it possible for barcode scanners to immediately identify a product and its associated price, UPCs improve speed, efficiency, and productivity by eliminating the need to manually enter product information.
If you purchased Adobe Student & Teacher edition product, you may have received a serial number or a redemption code. See Serial numbers, redemption codes, and product codes | Student & Teacher editions.
If (or when) Microsoft starts selling physical copies of its new OS on disc, you should be able to find the key in the product box. The Windows 10 product key, for example, was printed on the back of a business card in the overall packaging.
If you are running Windows 11 in a business environment with a volume license for editions like Pro or Enterprise, licensing works a bit differently. Admins set up Key Management Service (KMS) servers to monitor and manage licensing in large volumes.
KMS servers are meant to help manage connectivity to Microsoft for license activation. As an admin, you can log in to the Volume License Service Center portal with your business credentials. From there, navigate to Licenses > Key to find the product key.
Despite the name, a serial number often contains letters and numbers. How many characters make up a serial number differs greatly, depending on the manufacturer, product, and model. Most serial numbers have at least six or seven characters, and some serial numbers have twenty or more.
This recall involves model 2018 and 2019 Yamaha EF2000iS portable generators, with serial numbers range 4543288 through 4553706. The blue generators have Yamaha and the model name printed on the control panel. The serial number can be found on a label below the exhaust outlet on the left side.
You need a Commercial Activity License to do business in Philadelphia. This includes businesses that are located outside the city limits that do business in the city. This license links all of your businesses and the legal entity you registered for your Business Income and Receipts Tax (BIRT).
The annual fee for small businesses and not-for-profit organizations for registration year 2022-2023 will remain at $250, (plus a $25 processing fee for each registration form), and $2,575 (plus a $25 processing fee for each registration form) for all other registrants.
For registration assistance, please call (202) 934-1630 for businesses beginning with the letters A-M, or call (202) 934-1631 for businesses beginning with the letters N-Z. For additional assistance, please email email@example.com or call the Hazardous Materials Information Center at (800) 467-4922.
A random number generator is a process that produces random numbers. Any random process (e.g., a flip of a coin or the toss of a die) can be used to generate random numbers. Stat Trek's Random Number Generator uses a statistical algorithm to produce random numbers.
CDTFA is making it easier for those taxpayers and business owners affected by the recent CA storms to get tax relief. Visit our State of Emergency Tax Relief page for more information.
We offer a variety of online services that make completing your CDTFA business easy and efficient. Using our online services, you can file a return, make a payment, submit a claim for refund, file an appeal and much more.
You will need to create a username and password to gain access to your account. You cannot change your username once it has been created. Usernames are provided at an individual level. Each business owner should have their own logon credentials.
An owner who registers for a username and password as the business owner will receive access to all accounts registered to them. A third party receives access on an account-by-account basis. This means that a third party must request access to each account they need to manage online.
Once a business owner or third party has gained access to the account(s), they will have the ability to grant access to secondary users without any additional security code requirements. An email address is required, and you will be prompted to create a username for the secondary user.
The secondary user will only have access to accounts that a business owner or third party has granted them. Based on the access level granted, the secondary user may be able to file returns, make payments, update addresses, etc. If you cancel your user logon at any time, all associated secondary user logons will also be cancelled.
The business owner must change your access type from Third-Party Non-Administrator to Third-Party Administrator. They can change your access type by logging in to their online services profile with a username and password, or by contacting CDTFA.
The Business License and Tax team administers business applications and accounts for all business operating in the City of Burbank, as well as issues garage sale permits for residents. We encourage customers to use our online services whenever possible.All businesses located in Burbank, as well as businesses that come into Burbank to conduct business, are required to apply to the City of Burbank for a Business Tax Account. Certain types of business require an regulatory Business License. If you are new to Burbank, please start by checking our Business Tax page first. After submitting an initial application, you will receive further directions on whether your type of business requires a Business Tax account or a Business License.A Home Occupation Permit is a special type of permit and Business Tax Account that allows residents to have an office type business in their home. Home Occupations may have employees, but employees may NOT physically report to or work out of the Home Occupation. See neighborhood compatibility rules (PDF).A Regulatory Permit is a pemit for a short-term business activity, such as a Daily Peddler permit, Entertainment, a convention, Itinerant Merchant ( someone who displays at a convention), or a Christmas tree lot. Applications for those permits may be found on the Business License Applications page.Contractors not based in Burbank but working on a construction project in Burbank pay Business Tax per job with issuance of the Building Permit. Download this application and return to the Building Permit counter via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail: P.O. Box 6459, Burbank, CA 91510-6459The Community Services Building is currently open by appointment only. Social distancing and safety protocols apply. An appointment may be made to file a new application Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m to 11:30 a.m. Payments may be dropped off between 8:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m and from 1:00 - 3:00 pm without an appointment. To make an appointment, please email email@example.com or contact the office at (818) 238-5280. Do you need to CLOSE your Business Tax or Business License account? If your business address no longer has a Burbank address, and/or you are no longer doing business in Burbank, you may use our online request form to close your account. After you submit the form, you will receive a confirmation email or further instructions.
Senate Bill No. 205 (PDF) (Hertzberg) passed October 2, 2019, requires businesses in certain industries to enroll with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program by providing specified information, under penalty of perjury, to the City. The bill requires the City to obtain this information prior to approving a new Business Tax or Business License application or renewing an existing Business Tax account or Business License. Upon request, the City transmits this information to the State Water Resources Control Board.Business affected by this requirement need to complete a special compliance application (PDF) and return it to Building & Safety Division.
Affected businesses should contact the State Water Board at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-866-563-3107 for information on what type of permit is required and how to apply. If a permit is required, the first step is to sign up for a SMARTS user account with the Water Board at To help business owners comply with this new requirement, here are links to the regulations: 2b1af7f3a8