Would you pay your kids college? Do you look down on the kids whose daddy paid their college?
1) Yes, it is my obligation to my children to give them every advantage possible to ensure they live a better life than me.
Blood is more important than money
Believing that your children are nothing more than a burden for 18 years and then kicking them out forever is a Boomer/Gen X thing that has to end.
2) Absolutely not. Only liberal shit heads think that a person who had their parents help them is a worse person than someone who didn't
The whole "daddy's money" meme is hilariously stupid. People claim that Donald Trump is only worth $10bil because his father gave him $1mil to start out, but I'd like to see a liberal leech make any profit off $1million.
I don't think it's that simple. So you want your kids to be able to deal with scarcity but you don't want to subject them to too much of it. Kind of a tough balance but I think it can be done with some planning and smartness. Also a healthy family helps.
The problem is too many people have kids for the wrong reasons. One of those dunning kruger things
Does anyone know about any companies working with/fonding the EMdrive
I keep seeing people say Kanye is still filthy rich even though he is $53 million in debt
Can /biz/ explain this?
If the value of his assets outweigh his debt then hes net positive
Also kanye can make millions per night touring so 53 million in debt would be him doing 2 hour sets for like a month straight red eye concert series
Any employers in /biz/? How does it feel to fire people? My country has been purging a lot of state employees recently and it feels like such a grand demonstration of power, it's very trilling to see.
Share your experiences.
Only government would take pleasure out of firing people honestly.
If you built a company out of your sweat and blood and have to downsize, it is not "thrilling" and you do not feel "powerful" because you're fucking failing
Any fellow canacucks using a TFSA to invest in stocks? How does investing in foreign equities work? I read that US stocks that pay dividends can cause problems but are there any other pitfalls? Will I pay extra fees for the currency conversion?
>invest in Japanese stocks they said
Literally tell me who told you to invest in Japan?
The Japanese have decided they will let their country go into a slow burn rather than succumbing to Western voodoo economics and race mixing degeneracy.
anybody here design websites for people?
what's the minimum I should learn before offering it for money for small businesses?
poorfag here, desperate to avoid life of wage slavery.
Is it possible to start trading with 1k? Am I limited to penny stocks? I know I can't day trade with less than 25k, so what are my options?
And what are some good educational resources?
I'm a fool. I left a crazy opportunity, I was a host/busser at a very popular place and a few months later became GM. Was naive and took 18/hr "training" wage and burned myself out only to resign a week or so after negotiating my salary (48k+ bonus up to 60k). Took a gig in construction and was getting 14/hr. Now I'm a line cook getting 12/hr. It's ok but I'm going to be fired, surprised I didn't get the axe today. Plus it's a commute and ffs I was such a better manager then some of these people and the FOH staff of course takes in cash...
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Yea or Nay?
Why or why not?
>recently got a job offer.
>lied on work history( jut the position i actually work for those places i say i did) but didn't really provide any contact info from my previous workers.
>employer uses third party background checking(sterling. if you are familiar with it)
>How fucked im I
can i use fake emails etc to halp!! this job is so clutch
I got investigated by sterling and even though I provided exaggerated employment lengths it turned out fine. they might catch you for entirely fake jobs though , depends how through of a check they were paid to do
Got any links, articles/videos to teach a newb how the stock market works or how to grow 3inches in 3weeks with just one simple stock.
>"I know the effect of policy X on the US economy because I learned pic related in intro to microeconomics!"
Why are there so many retards like this on /biz/? Do econ professors need to start stressing that that model is based on a billion different assumptions, key of which is a perfectly competitive market? Or would people just ignore that and pretend liek they know fuck all about the economy anyway?
>supply demand chart
literally the business uni in one picture. complete bogus and useless bullshit that has nothing to do with reality
>Theory that is literally predicated on assumptions not found in the real world
>There's nothing wrong with it!
Theoretical models are tools which can be useful when trying to predict certain things given certain parameters. They do not represent laws of human nature, and if you honestly think people walk around behaving rationally with perfect knowledge of the future and all transactions, you're an idiot.
Any economist would tell...
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Weird question, I'm very new.
How did Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg stay as the CEO's of their companies without being booted out or people turning on them?
How did they trademark their brand early on and ensure no one stole it?
How do you ensure from the beginning that right until the end you'll be at the top making all the decisions? Anyone have any experience?
Working for the family business. Not self employed.
Is it possible to have zero tax withheld from my paycheck & just make estimated payments (1040-ES) every 3 months? I would rather get 100% of my pay each pay period, then just mail a check to the IRS every 3 months.
I don't want to lie or pay a penalty. I just would rather keep the with held amount in my bank account, grab a bit of interest, then pay the IRS every 3 months.
I'm better at managing money than the family. This would shift the burden of paying my share of income tax every 3 months.