- 1 How does Dear work with your POS system?
- 2 Why do we use Dear tiered and Custom pricing?
- 3 What do you need to know about dear inventory?
- 4 What are the different types of products in Dear?
- 5 Can a denial of FAPE result from disability harassment?
- 6 What does it mean to be a disability harasser?
- 7 When did regular and substantive interaction become eligible for financial aid?
- 8 Who is eligible for Medicare Part A and Part B?
How does Dear work with your POS system?
Seamlessly sync physical sales with your inventory. As DEAR offers full integration with POS systems, you can be sure that every transaction made at your retail locations is reflected in your inventory, with the relevant accounting documents automatically generated.
Why do we use Dear tiered and Custom pricing?
DEAR tiered and custom pricing helps you simultaneously attract new high-spending customers and price-conscious ones. Set markup pricing and benefit from the fact that throughout periods of increasing cost, this method helps fight the inflation effects. When costs decline, this method will also reflect the cost charges
What do you need to know about dear inventory?
The DEAR Inventory module covers all processes involving management of your stocks and services. It includes creating and managing products, services and assets, product families, stock adjustements, stock takes, stock transfers, inventory writte-offs price lists, product availability and much more.
What are the different types of products in Dear?
With DEAR, you can create Product Families containing variations of the same product, each with a unique, automatically-generated SKU. Managing extensive product lines has never been simpler. Create and manage different types of products in DEAR as: stock, service, gift card, non-inventory and fixed asset.
Can a denial of FAPE result from disability harassment?
Disability harassment may result in a denial of FAPE under these statutes. Parents may initiate administrative due process procedures under IDEA, Section 504, or Title II to address a denial of FAPE, including a denial that results from disability harassment.
What does it mean to be a disability harasser?
Disability harassment under Section 504 and Title II is intimidation or abusive behavior toward a student based on disability that creates a hostile environment by interfering with or denying a student’s participation in or receipt of benefits, services, or opportunities in the institution’s program.
When did regular and substantive interaction become eligible for financial aid?
When “telecommunications in courses” became eligible for federal financial aid, the term “regular and substantive interaction” was included in the definition. Prior to 2005, there had been cases of substantial fraud in correspondence studies and there was great interest in severely limiting aid eligibility for correspondence courses.
Who is eligible for Medicare Part A and Part B?
Medicare has two parts, Part A (Hospital Insurance) and Part B (Medicare Insurance). You are eligible for premium-free Part A if you are age 65 or older and you or your spouse worked and paid Medicare taxes for at least 10 years.