Work in an industry and become familiar with all the ins and outs of it. Whatever you find that has you saying, "man, this is taking forever" or "this is more effort than its worth" is an opportunity for a business.
Ok i need some help guys. I live in a country where getting a job is literally impossible if you dont have good connections, i am currently studying in college but i really suck at learning astronomical amounts of stuff from books and i think its just not for me. Now how would one go about earning money legally when no job is available and college is a big waste of time? To add even if i finish college finding a job will STILL be a problem, the only solution then would be to leave the country to somewhere where working people are more appreciated.
So a year ago /biz/ told me to download Acorns and let them invest my money. I wasn't seeing any gains at the time so I pulled it out but recently since blue chip prices dipped I figured a moderately aggressive portfolio would have some recent returns in the future.
But now /biz/ is on Robinhood? Should I pull the $50 I have in Acorns out and try to invest it myself in Robinhood? Or is now the right time to let someone else invest my money for safe growth?
So we hear a lot about the student loan bubble. But is education itself a bubble? I've got the beginnings of an idea for a long term organization, and I'm not sure about what sort of legal structure is best. A college would probably give more tax breaks in the short term, but I'm worried that a for-profit corporation would be less affected by changing regulations.
TL;DR: does /biz think governments are going to try to get more money from educational institutions in the future? I'm Canuck if it matters.
Nobody? Then I'll give a bit more detail in hopes it will pique some interest...
The basic idea is to have a company that researches best practices for land rehabilitation. It would buy brownfield, clearcut or tax sale land and hold it while remediating it, then sell it for profit. Early investors could donate their land to the organization as a tax shelter in exchange for permanent rights to live on it, or land they've inherited but aren't using in exchange for having someone manage it.
Once a few successful 'flips' are completed, the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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I stopped using gas years ago to switch to electricity only. The gas company closed and capped the meter for me as well.
Fast forward to 2016 some dude from the gas company says since we havent used it for like 10 years they need to excavate and cap the main pipeline underground for "safety resasons". I found this ridiculous. What if I want gas again in the future or sell the house to someone who does?
Is this a scam? Do they have legal right to do this? Wouldnt this... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've been lurking the board for awhile now. I was hoping you all could give me some general financial advice.
After reading for awhile, I understand there is no get rich quick scheme, which I already knew that. And that's not what I'm looking for.
I'm just looking to pad for my retirement mostly. But extra cash would nice too.
My assets : IT job 40 hours a week with a lot of down time to possibly do other things? 37K in retirement funds 4K spending House No kids No wife or ex... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
How to find a partner for a business? We're talking about 50% share each type of business. Obviously, I can't just go to social networking sites for that. For someone to be a good partner, you have to establish a sense of friendship and trust with them, before any venture could even be considered. You have to have common values, interests and goals.
Should I be looking for someone from my past and attempt to contact them, or instead search for partners in the present and in the future? This kind of business requires knowledge of programming, so I can't... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1035120 I just obtained my CDL last June. I drove a flatbed for two months until I could not take it anymore. It's a dirty, backbreaking job, and you give up your whole life to be a trucker.
But to answer your question, yes it is extremely easy to get a trucking job. Pay has risen the past few years, so a new driver could make around 55K. But you have to consider why there are so many trucking jobs, because most people are not will to give up the semblance of a normal life, away from the friends and family, for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /biz/, let's say I have an agreement with a strip club owner who allows me to do a pay-per-view online streaming of his dancers. Now let's say I collect the funds via Paypal and also distribute the strip club owner's cut via Paypal.
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