What does /biz/ think of my business idea? So in my country there's 30 or so chemical processing plants that work in anearobic digestion. The main ingredient for this process to work, is waste food, it also has the heighest yield. I'm thinking of hiring/buying a truck or two that I can fill with waste food products and sell to the companies that can refine the waste, and turn it into methane. Only thing is though, how do I go about getting large enough amounts of waste food, do I start like a campaign or something?
Since I'm a dumb college student, I didn't file my 1098-t for the past two years. My scholarships or grants was $5,679 and Amount Billed was $4,619.50. I talked to a tax guy when he was walking out, but he said since the scholarships and grants were higher than amount billed, I wouldn't get anything from filling it? Is that true?
Hey, So I'm thinking about launching a Spotify for accessories (wristbands) that will specifically target one EU country (my home country). I am going to buy products from aliexpress branded with my logo and then sell and ship them in my home country. I'm not going to create a company yet since I'm just experimenting in the beginning, if sales seem to be good I will found a company for this venture. Are there some legal aspects I should consider before launching like trademarks etc.? Or can I just start doing this on a small scale without giving much... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1092915 wow, great moves op, errbody know about aliexpress in your home town, even the 9yo's, people will find out eventually you are another worthless extra "agent" they don't need to pay extra. IF you open up a small store, you might even pull even with the rent. gl
>>1093519 I know it's not the most unique idea. That being said, I do think that I will be able to attract customers since I'm going to put a lot of resources into branding and also my target customers will be people who most likely don't know about aliexpress and if they do they will gladly pay a little bit extra to get the product shipped from their home country and customer service in their own language.
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Define successful. I'm a 22 year old high school drop out that started my own Janitorial business and made $60K last year. I work 2-4 hours every evening and spend all day playing video games. I don't consider myself rich or wealthy, but I consider myself successful under my circumstances.
i'm trying to remember the name for the field that studies this kind of shit.. I guess it falls under behavioral economics. richard thale, i think his name is, has written some stuff about psychological tricks in advertising, but I think one of his main focus is "ethical" marketing
Young guy here (27). Maxing out my Roth IRA. Have $40k not doing anything. Opened betterment account, not funded yet. Want to earn more than the 0.20% from bank savings. Want to be 100% in stocks, no need for bonds at this point. My IRA has VT & VHT.
Betterment or some Vanguard funds?
Betterment: 0.25% costs + expense ratios, Tax Loss Harvesting, automatic rebalancing, "fractional shares" so no uninvested money
Vanguard: free + expense ratios, no TLH, no automatic rebalancing, no fractional shares so potentially some money left on the table
What's better for the **long term**? Any significant differences? If Vanguard, what ETFs or mutual funds? Looking for minimal taxes obviously.
>>1092699 (OP) Comparing Vanguard and Betterment is like comparing oranges and orange juice. You're paying a premium for the squeeze, when you could easily do it cheaper (and possibly better) on your own.
Betterment just sells you other people's index funds. Betterment allocations include at least 60% Vanguard funds, and even the funds that aren't Vanguard are knock-offs of Vanguard funds.
>>1092645 Double-majoring, even in two fields that are so similar, is kind of a pain if you also have a part-time job and extra-curricular activities like the Student Accounting Society and/or generic Greek-letter scholastic societies.
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