>tl;dr: $42k wut do? >be me >go with uncle to attorney >after an eternity in probate, will finally executes >listen to attorney >he tells me the concerns he shares with my uncle that the "estate" (just the remainder of my late mom & dad's liquidated assets) didn't give me my quarter in the form of a trust in order to prevent me from pissing through it or losing it to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
ill start: - bought 5 iphone 6s for a total of $5075 cad - send all of them to a friend across the country - have a friend working as delivery guy in the delivery company - purposely get him to smash the iphones on the ground - claim insurance from the company for accidental damage - get $5000 - take my broken iphones and receipt back to apple store - get them all replaced with new ones
Just looked at my intro to accounting course, looks boring as shit but I have no idea what else to major in because im going to a tier 2 school. What would be a better double major Accounting and computer information systems Or accounting and finance Im thinking the first one
Looking at your example, Walmart has 1.4 million employees in the US. Based on their average of 34 hours a week, and that all of them will get a $5 an hour raise (they pay $10 currently), that would cost them $12.4 billion or so. They have profits of about $27 billion, so that would be just under half of them. In the scheme of their overall expenditure of more than $450 billion, of which wages account for barely more than 5%, it's a drop in the ocean. They could eat the expense without needing to raise prices... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1053978 You'll never get rich. Because you're a fag.
All joking aside, I'm pretty much in the same boat. Not sure if I'm doing it right or just haven't mined anything yet because my computer is too weak. CPU mining on a windows laptop is probably not ideal. Need to research and see if I can mine on a Mac effectively. Probably not with my luck.
Is there space for a company whose main focus is to do good, but also make profits from doing good? Like Altruistic capitalism. Don't want to do non-profit because that seems not sustainable and constantly having to get funding. Are there companies already out there like this?
Got an idea for low power embedded computer solutions for semi-developed countries (maybe too high tech and want to be at municipal level) and engineers without borders already do this stuff, but I'm interested to see if money can be made from helping people.
Im not being a dick, but there is a reason all of the groups that do this kind of work are non-profit and live on donations and funding.
One of the most important things being researched right now is how to bring clean water to third world countries. The problem is, no one is going to "buy" your solution if you come up with one. You could create a system that would save billions of lives in the next 3 decades... and you wouldnt make a single penny from it. The only way to do it is heavy government funding and donations from billionaires who feel bad for having that much money
Anyone have experience with housing DUI drug court/independent living or other housing related people? My mother has a large house and wants to house them with people like these with me staying there and keeping watch since im a neet. Is it all its cracked up to be? What kind of an experience do i have forward to look to?
Your gonna have to put up with junkies and just general bad cunts, which in itself is bad enough unless you know how to talk to them or they're just chill cause they're trying to go straight. Plus you might walk into someone shooting up, which some might find traumatic maybe. Other than that it you make them stay on there area of the house and keep your distance I don't see an issue. Except for maybe shit being stolen.
Hey /biz/, I just need a little reassurance by people who have an educated opinion. Yes this is about mutual funds and yes I know its not a loss untill I sell. But I've lost around 1,000$ this month in the span of 20 days. I put my life savings into a tsfa, and now I've lost more money then I put in. I don't understand the concept. The market fluctuates, so why shouldn't I just take out the money I have left and put it in a savings account...I'd have more money if I just left it in my regular account. I'm canadien if that helps. I can't imagine... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1053791 Because you beginner. Investments like these aren't for fucking 20 days. They're for 1-5 years. You already bought, now sit on your ass and wait till the economy goes up and collect your 1-10%.
>>1053795 but the economy is gaurenteed to go down? how do I know canada will ever recover in a substantial way? could i just pull out the majority of the money, because id rather not lose any money then gain?
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