Long story short I own a small house which I "rented" out to strangers for under the table cash monthly, no contract, and I don't have a landlord's license. They are growing weed in the basement making the yard smell very clearly of weed. According to them, it is the legal number of plants and they have their growers license. It's not uncommon in my area and you can smoke on your property legally, etc, however it's not legalized in the state, and obviously not federally so if they are not doing things exactly by the book, it's no bueno.
I live across the state. How bad is this situation. What kind of liability to I have. Would the story "I just let my friends live there for free & I had no idea they were growing weed" even be plausible? If they are breaking laws (selling illegally/over-growing, etc) who is on the hook for it? Only them, or myself as well?
>>1044725 Everyone is off the books and its your property. If they say that you're just a friend and they didn't know you were growing in your own basement then you are the only one that gets fucked. Plus you don't have a license, they do. It's on YOUR property, not theirs. You are in even bigger shit if they get busted.
Who here uses twitter as a means to shill affiliate programs? Any success stories? Any tips and tricks for people getting started? What are some recommended botting programs to place follower growth on auto-pilot? Any recommended third party management programs? Tips on increasing conversion rates?
I ask because I've retreated to materialism to find worth (not because I have any money, but because one can objectively be better than others through the conquest of goods) and it hasn't helped at all. Aside from (surprise) not winning the lottery, I can't figure out where on earth to start for making money. I'm 20 with all of no skills (though some college education and ongoing) and no passions, friends, or romantic partners, so I have all of no value otherwise.
Since being rich is the only way I can be content in life, it's the path I want... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
For starters.. Cap rate Lirr and unleveraged Monthly cash flows Yrly cash flows Budget comparison of yours vs developer (If you're building) Refinance options YOC Exit cap rate and strategy with account of COS Rental growth projections. Vacancy projections in your area. I can keep going.
this guy >>1045037 has some sense of what's up. first you should ask yourself (and, if you want better advice, tell us) "what type of project is this? what class of real estate? what type of transaction? what are the attributes of the project? etc..."
>>1044652 if the 1 to 10 scale is exponential and you look like the guy in the pic you're a 3, 2 standard deviations below the average - 95.45% of people look better than you, you aren't deformed level ugly but no one jerks off to chris farley
They have around 70 trucks and 100 employees. I'm not sure how much it currently brings in, only that this was the best year ever thanks to diesel prices, which according to my grandpa saved them an additional $1.6M in 2015.
They have always discouraged us (grandchildren) from taking on the business because they say something bad is always happening, referring to wrecks, drivers dying on the job, lawsuits, etc. However it has made them very wealthy, moreso than I would ever be working for someone else with a four year degree.
None of the other grandkids... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>They have always discouraged us (grandchildren) from taking on the business because they say something bad is always happening, referring to wrecks, drivers dying on the job, lawsuits, etc. However it has made them very wealthy, moreso than I would ever be working for someone else with a four year degree.
If they don't want you in it they don't want you in it for some reason. Either because they think you can do better, or you're not cut out for it. They could also just have other plans for it (re: selling it to a larger... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1044651 I know people in the industry. It's a good industry. You'll make a lot of money, more than most. You'll be rich, but sadly, it's a career that will only go so far. You won't attain huge levels of success like becoming a billionaire. My suggestion would be to sell the company, learn some skills and use that to start up something much bigger. Something you can turn into a few 100 million.
>>1044644 Great idea in theory, but a few issues. Firstly, this hasn't been done already? Success of this will greatly depend on the amount of these said chores available in the area. I think you're overestimating the amount of people who would actually opt to use an app to find someone to do their little "jobs". They will likely offer that to a son/daughter of a friend they know personally. This seems like the freelancer website, but for kids. That being said, if you can get a shitton people signed up for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Sales rose just 3% in November and December, falling short of the expected 3.7% growth according to the National Retail Federation. The Walmart closures will affect 10,000 US workers and 16,000 worldwide. The announcement came three months after Walmart chief executive Doug McMillon told investors the company would focus on becoming more nimble. "Closing stores is never an easy decision. But it is necessary to keep the company strong and positioned for the future," Mr... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Poor Walmart and their measly $500B/year in revenue and $15B in net income. Must be tough for them...
Oh right, 100 stores in bumfuck nowhere doesn't even amount to rounding error on their P&L. It's not an amazing business to get into but it's steady easy money. Boomers like their little 3% dividend yield.
When Americans start to consume significantly less and eat healthier (read: less, and less processed food), then get scared. But they'll still be one of the last to go.
>housing bubble >credit loan bubble >oil collapsing >china collapsing >russia collapsing >middle east on verge of shia/sunni war Financial collapse when? I need to buy some cheap property, I missed out last time
Poor situations in other countries, few jobs being created, most new jobs are low paying, oil production wars, dying middle class, wealth rapidly concentrating into fewer hands. We need new industries to pop up that employ lots of people, but this rarely happens except mostly for outsourcing.
I would say being up front, honest and non-confrontational would be the best way to do it. But it's still gonna be awkward as fuck and might cost you the job on the spot. You could also wait until they bring it up and then ask for more. Similar risk. Sorry dude you kinda fucked up.
Alright lads, i have an athletic scholarship to a state school, and i want to become a ATC after football and school end. However the school doesnt offer any courses that may help me pursuit that, so i was wondering whats a good all round degree that one can get incase i dont make it? Im thinking Economics or Finance, they seem like important degrees but i feel like theyre the same?
>tl;dr op is a fag What is a good degree to fall back on
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