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Nov 01 2015
Published by NACM Business Credit Services and ICEL
E-News November 2015

In This Issue

  • What Are You Doing . . . In June?
  • Record Retention
  • ICEL Recap: Living Life with Intention
  • Football Credit
  • Christmas Planning



Looking Ahead


Nov 9 - Professional Designation Exams

Nov 12 - ICEL - Culture Clash: How We Win the Battle for Better Health. Speaker Dr. Steven Aldana
More information & Registration

Dec 3 - Fraud, Identity Theft, Are You Selling to Terrorists Seminar
More information 

Dec 10 - ICEL - Christmas Program and Charity Drive for Candy Cane Corner
More information

Jan 6 - Credit Boot Camp More Info

Jan 11 - Spring Semester Classes begin

Jan 18 - Paperwork Deadline for 3/14/16 Certification Exams

     NACM Spring Banquet - Apr 22, 2016
     Credit Congress - Jun 12-15. 2016
     WRC Conference - Oct 12 - 14, 2016
     NACM Fall Outing - Sep 16, 2016


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What Are You Doing . . . In June?

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

As hard as it is to believe, it won't be long before radio airwaves will be filled with holiday music. The song "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve" is bound to be a part of many playlists. New Year's Eve is often viewed as an evening where one has to have a plan, and, ideally, someone to share it with, to help bring in the new year. As the song suggests, many believe the sooner a plan can be in place the better. Read full article 

Record Retention

by D'Ann Johnson, CCE, Roofers Supply

As we approach year end, many of us start the arduous process of cleaning out files and drawers to make way for the upcoming year. The question is, what do you keep and what do you toss? While each company may/should have its own criterion for record retention, here are some general guidelines on a few of the areas that your company may need to look at . Read full article 

 ICEL Recap:

Living Life with Intention

by Ryan Palmer, CCE, LKL Associates

The message from our speaker, Sandra K. Negley: We need to live every day with intention and to not miss moments to connect with other people. We need to recognize each day and each moment of that day and fully participate in those moments. Realizing life is a process that we can live completely. She told us that there are 3 pieces of living with intention . . . Read full article 


Football Credit

by Allen Vickers, CCE, A&K Railroad Materials, Inc.

Many of us are into football and follow our favorite teams this time of year. For those that can't get enough of the sport, there is always Fantasy Football. Some of those fantasy sites have many participants for a variety of reasons. In addition to the money attraction, many like the fact that a person can start fresh each game without being bogged down the whole season with some previous bad choices. Read full article  

Christmas Planning

by Shane Inglesby, CCE, Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

Thanksgiving is just a few weeks away. So, of course, this means that you need to begin planning for the Christmas holiday. The Intermountain Credit Education League has chosen to work, once again, with Candy Cane Corner for our Christmas charity this year. Many of you have taken the opportunity of donating time and items to this wonderful organization in the past and know how much this service benefits our community. Read full article