I have the opportunity to buy a triplex in another state for the cost of a condo where I live. This would be a great opportunity to become fiscally independent but honestly I don't know the first thing about such ventures.
>>1011280 The seller is an acquaintance who is willing to wait. I don't have a down payment at the moment. I've looked into FHA loans for the state so I know what to expect for a down and closing costs. I do plan to either have myself or my mother live in one of the units while renting out the other two.
In the meantime I'm working on my debt to income ratio, having 3 months mortgage available in liquidity, and saving for the down+closing.
I don't browse here often, but I remember seeing threads regarding the big four and auditing. I know a CFO in one of them on a personal level, and I thought it would be of interest to you if I offered to forward any questions you might have regarding the business to him. It might take a couple of days for me to get answers though, so stay patient and keep the thread bumped if this is of interest.
How do I get a job at one of these with shit grades, above excellent communication skills and worked as a English tutor and with a short internship at a low tier accounting firm? I know I'd be better than anyone working there because of my people skills, I just get rejected on my applications always
>Good was a “unicorn,” that is, a private company with a valuation of more than $1 billion. The high valuation increased the paper value of employee shares — and thus the income tax bills levied on their stock when they received the stock grants, or when they bought and sold shares. To pay those taxes, some employees emptied savings accounts and borrowed money.
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>>1011300 >That's why I'm starting my own business :^) I'll be dead before I resign myself to being a fucking cuckold
Ah, another NEET with big dreams of starting a business.
Yet just let us know when it inevitably fails or more likely, you don't have the balls to take a risk and work on your business, much more comfy sitting at mommie and daddie's house and calling people cuckolds huh.
Serious question. I know subjects like English and History are considered useless, but what are your guys' real thoughts on Liberal Arts Colleges as a whole? They seem so comfy and welcoming but get a lot of hate.
>>1011149 >They seem so comfy and welcoming It just so happens that those two qualities are perhaps the most irrelevant qualities that one could look for in higher education. College is not "a thing you do for 4 years after high school". If you treat it like one you're going to end up a poorfag working for minimum wage at Wal-Mart wondering why your graduate degree in Chicano Studies isn't getting you 6-figure salaries.
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That depends on your situation, obviously. Do you have debts? Savings? Are you a kid with some cash, or someone older and experienced?
If you're looking for investment suggestions for disposable liquid, one thing I've thought about playing in would be other liquid. Why not play with some currency exchange? Of you have actual money your investment portfolio should have more than one reserve currency anyway. I'd personally be curious about sinking some money into the Ruble, since these sanctions and low oil prices aren't going to last forever, and once... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You have zero savings; no real assets; say $30,000 debt (credit cards and student loans); only a BA in something like journalism, advertising, English or whatever; only work history is service or retail like cashier or bartender or waiter; no home
BONUS for extra points no or suspended license, no passport, and/or medical debts at wizard level (doesn't matter if virgin only that you're 30)
Extra bonus points: you don't fall back on your parents or social services to do it
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What is the point of this retarded "what if" scenario?
Just mental masturbation?
>"What if I could fly but I could fly for no longer than 5 minutes at a time but I could also not land on solid ground however I could also not walk for longer than 10 minutes and I was in the middle of an island from which the nearest island was ~25km and I can only fly 30km/hr. What do?"
Every choice you make in life is a compromise and marriage is no exception
You give complete personal freedom to create a loving and supportive bond with another person.
Most marriages fail simply because the couple won't communicate with each other.
As long as you don't marry a word (< or =2 sexual partners max including you) and you're both on the same page with finances, family, religion, and goals, and are constantly communicating effectively, then there are no downsides to marriage.
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I make nearly 2x the average household. I pay only 25% income tax (federal and state inclusive) and easily have enough money to cover all of my expenses (including saving for retirement) and then some.
How is it even remotely possible that you can earn enough to pay the top marginal rate, yet still not be able to survive comfortably?
By the way, I live in a oppressive high-tax socialist country with socialized healthcare. Seriously, what the fuck is wrong with you, America?
>>1010989 1) Not many that earn in the top bracket are worried about living uncomfortably. They just want to have as much money as possible.
2) Americans have health care costs and education costs that far exceed wherever you are from.
3) Americans do in fact pay a lot of income tax. Our federal tax rate--which pays for defense, healthcare, social security--is ~35% for top earners and our state tax rate is around 10-15%. So top earning Americans do in fact pay as much taxes as anywhere else.
>work in sales >get new coworker >3 months in >in all that time didnt made a single sale >just sits at his desk browsing in the internet >nobody even bothers telling him that he should do something >ask coworker about him >"Ah anon, he is a nice guy just give him some time"
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