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FINRA Securities License Exam Training In Delaware

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Delaware Securities Licensing

At AB Training Center, we have a great selection of securities training courses available in Delaware.Delaware Securities Licensing Courses

If you're needing to obtain a Series 6, 7, and/or 63 license. Our courses come in a variety of formats including seminars, online training, self-study, and even OnDemand versions. For those with a busy schedule, you don't have to worry about making time for classes.

With AB Training, our courses work around the times you're most available. There's nothing better than taking classes when it's convenient for you, not the other way around. Our courses are made specifically to help you excel in the education you need in order to pass the exams, obtain your license, and be on your way to a more successful career.

Delaware is known for its rich history, and those breathtaking ocean views. Tourism makes up a large percentage of the state's economy, followed by other big contributors in almost every sector. The agriculture industry soars with corn, soybeans, poultry, and dairy. Government, banking, education, healthcare, and pharmaceutical industries make up more of the already booming economy. With so many successful businesses in Delaware, securities training courses are at an upward climb.

At AB Training Center, we can find the right classes for you and design them for your specific needs. We currently offer training courses in Dover, Glasgow, Middletown, Newark, Pike Creek Valley, Smyrna, Wilmington, and surrouding areas. Contact us today to see how we can get you starting in our securities training courses.

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More About Payroll Paycards

Legal Issues For Paycard Programs

Whenever an employer pays an employee there are legal requirements that must be met or at least considered. These requirements depend largely on what state is involved, and include:
  • Can employers mandate paycards?
  • What is considered timely payment in that state?
  • What method of payment does the state allow?
  • Does the state have any requirements for escheatment?
  • Does the state have a "without discount" requirement when cashing payroll checks or when an employee is paid?
  • Does the state have paystub requirements that must be met?
  • Does the state have laws to protect employees' right to choose a paycard or a payroll check?
Disadvantages Of Direct Deposit

Despite its many advantages, direct deposit also has a number of disadvantages that employers should consider before implementing a program. Among these disadvantages are:
  • Employers must regularly update the master file of information on direct deposit participants to make sure that terminated employees are not paid in error. This is one reason why companies with high turnover rates may find direct deposit too administratively burdensome
  • It is not "paperless". Employers must still process employee authorization forms and prepare the non-negotiable "pay information statements" that employees receive in lieu of their paychecks
  • Direct deposit transfers cannot be easily reversed when errors are made
  • The employer loses the "float" on payroll funds - i.e., interest earnings for the period between when a check is issued and when it actually is cleared by the employee's bank
  • The payroll processing "windows" may be shortened because of the minimum two-day processing time required for a direct deposit. Scheduling for holidays becomes even more complicated because of the shortened processing period
  • Some state laws require the employer to absorb bank service charges the employee may incur as a result of the direct deposit program
For more information about payroll paycards, view our Payroll Operations Training & Certification Program, which is where the information above is excerpted. This course also includes step-by-step strategies on how to set up a paycard program, including how to select a payroll paycard vendor.
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