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A job description or JD is a document that describes the general tasks, or other related duties, and responsibilities of a position. It may specify the functionary to whom the position reports, specifications such as the qualifications or skills needed by the person in the job, and a salary range.


When you hear the term "sponsorship letter" – also called a sponsorship proposal – it usually has to do with a request from a nonprofit organization for cash or donations. But whether you run a nonprofit or a for-profit small business, you can still use a sponsorship letter to help rally support for events.

A sponsorship letter is basically just a sponsorship request. This letter asks the recipient to provide money or an in-kind donation – probably the latter when sent from a small business – while detailing what sort of incentives are in it for the donating party.


Why do documents need to be notarized? A notary public acts as an impartial third-party witness to not only the signature of a document but also that all parties who signed a document did so willingly and under their own free will.


Types of documents that may require notarization*:

  • Wills

  • Trusts

  • Deeds

  • Contracts

  • Affidavits


Be Prepared


  • Bring a valid, government-issued photo ID with you when you visit Rainey Enterprises, LLC.


  • Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In most cases, the notary cannot act as a witness. Not all locations support having a witness.


Do you need a business plan for your small business? If you are seeking outside funding, you are required to present a formal proposal. But, the benefits of a business plan go beyond finding lenders. A strategy can help you grow your company.


A business plan can be a simple outline or a detailed document. Your plan is a roadmap that steers you in the right direction. Consult with a team member from Rainey Enterprises, LLC to get started.


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