Traveling Salesperson


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Traveling Salesperson

A person who makes a living by going from place to place to sell products. For example, a traveling salesman may visit dental offices in various towns to sell dental supplies. A traveling salesperson generally earns a commission on sales.
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The problems that can arise in classifying a traveling salesperson were perhaps best illustrated in Hathaway.
As an example of how the point-radius method would be applied, the locality for our traveling salesperson would be assigned to his or her house, but the error radius would be 360 km (based on corner-to-corner distance across Wyoming).
In Niyitegyeka, the taxpayer was a traveling salesperson in training.
For example, a traveling salesperson with product video footage or testimonials could download video to a laptop, then play the video at the customer site to illustrate a point, showcase a product or deliver testimonials.
A traveling salesperson, for example, could manage all messages from a multimedia computer in a single session -- as opposed to dialing into the corporate intranet to access e-mail, disconnecting and reconnecting to retrieve voice mail and then transferring to an assistant to check for fax messages.
In other scenarios, such as with a traveling salesperson, cost benefits may be realized by providing access to the corporate LAN via a VPN.
Solicitation" includes activities such as advertising or the use of traveling salespersons.
Kennedy continued, "Almost all major crimes against the jewelry industry, including armed robberies, safe burglaries and attacks on traveling salespersons are committed by organized professional gangs that are not motivated by changes in the economy.
It may be prudent for sellers with out-of-state activities to review their nexus status in other states, particularly if such sellers use traveling salespersons, rent property, maintain inventories or engage in post-sale activities in the destination states.