i find myself having clever ideas for products, businesses, or apps sometimes.. things along those lines. But I don't have the money to make anything happen, and even if I did I have no clue how to start a business or how I'd go about creating an app.
I've recently been reading everything I can about online investing and I just joined Investopedia and started their stock simulator. I really want to get smart about money and become my own boss someday. I am not naive enough to think I'll be day-trading for a living in no time... but my goal is to have...
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I am currently in the military and have 4 out of my 6 years done. I live in an apartment at the moment. Right now I'm just trying to save money so that I can have enough to start something when I get done with this.
>UWTI at 2.75 now
going to buy a couple grand worth and hold it for years lmao
You'll go broke even if oil does go up. Leveraged ETFs are strictly for trading. Buying and holding will chew up your investment as it fluctuates. Read. Next time do some fucking research before you start shopping for that Lamborghini.
>Lord, why am I the one who steps up and prevents fools from being parted with their money?
Hi, I'm a college tomato salesmen looking for a the best way to keep track of my tomato sales, revenue, budgets, and of course profits. Any suggestions for apps, or software such as excel or "money monitor" for IOS? Would these methods be too insecure?
Perhaps a traditional tomato salesmen approach with a little black book would suffice?
Also general Tomato salesmen thread.
I was a tomato salesman but I expanded my market into dicksucking territory. In my off months when I can't many tomatoes I proceed to suck cocks for $1-4 each depending on how long it takes them to ejaculate(since this cuts into my earning potential).
So far I've made $314,000 just from my dicksucking endeavours.
If you spat the ejaculate into a container and sold it to spermbanks you would be able to increase revenues by tenfold. Rookie.
Regardless i'm still wondering how you keep track of your monies.
ive got an interview with mckinsey next week, what can /biz/ tell me in order to prepare?
Hello guys I just got my first job this year. I have only made $1600 in 4 months. So im wondering what kind of tax return i should be expecting to get. When tax day comes along?
I just read the payroll report. How can the US have so many people voluntarily unemployed? Where the fuck do these people get money from?
Do you Americans have money fountains?
It's it a meme?
And by meme I mean, are people just using this to use it? Are they really benefiting from it?
Just waiting to see thoughts on this.
It's a meme for getting a job. Decent for networking.
>Apply to 20 jobs through LinkedIn = 2 responses.
>Put my resume up on Monster, Careerbuilder, and Dice without applying anywhere: 10 phone calls per day from recruiters for 2 weeks.
what would this number be as a decimal?
it's the odds of winning the lottery
You only lose if you don't try bro
Keep the fatih
I live in the hood in a good-sized town in California. The nearest take-and-bake pizza is ~2 or 3 miles and mainly serves a separate area of town.
We have a Little Caesars that accepts the cash portion of EBT and they seem to get a hell of a lot of traffic.
Would opening a take-and-bake pizza place that would be able to accept the food stamps portion of EBT be a good decision?
how much have YOU earned from from the stock market ??
Who's doing the 52 week money challenge?
Prepare to cringe.
> NEET until mid-20's
> Go back to school last year after mom and dad said "gtfo"
> living on grannies sofa when I'm not in the dorms, "technically homeless"
> first job is my work-study joke of a job I work 8 hours / wk for $9/hr after my full-time class schedule, which allows me to make up to $2k/yr for the academic year, so... yeah, barely anything
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I've been using this program for a few years and it's pretty good. Sponsored by walmart and united way.
that or just go to your local library and pick up a 1040ez form and guide. learn the system and until you get a lot of money you don't need to worry that much. it's really not that hard or big a deal.
Does anyone have good resources for starting and expanding a small business?
Too many things out there feel like Jews shilling their products and no actual information.
1 person operation to start until I get things off the ground but questions like
How much should be in reserves, how much I should be expecting to pay on top of initial capital and cost of goods. When to hire a new employee, when to seek out financing and how much based on current and projected revenue. Incorporation, legal steps to start.
Anything along those lines could help
Hey /biz/, I work in the lending industry and a question popped into my mind.
How does lending work in other countries? Specifically Europe and Asia.
How does credit reporting work in these places? Do they have bureaus like we do? In a place like Europe where people may often finance items in countries they may not live in, how does the underwriting process work?
I look forward to hearing specifically from those of you living or who have lived in these places.
Is there any way to make money without networking?
I'm a bit of a recluse, and don't care to meet people.