Easy - you get a real job and with each paycheck, you pay back the people you stole the money from (yes, taking money and not completing the work on time and not offering a refund is stealing). Once you have a job, you explain to your ex-clients just what happened and you start refunding the money (wait until your...
I’ve been looking into it and I’ve heard basically nothing but good things about becoming a Dropshipper. What are your guys’ thoughts on it and which site should I use if any ?
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I plan to advertise my labor services Door-to-Door. I'm offering general housework:
Cleaning around the house
I'm on a tight budget. This is an affordable way gain local...
No, the issue is when you repeatedly make cash deposits in excess of $10k.
You can have hundreds of thousands in your bank account with no problem...unless you deposited large cash amounts.
Staff gets sick and personal days but we are starting a new policy for excessive tardiness. The plan is to total the time of late arrivals and that time will be considered a personal day. I am letting them know I am documenting late arrivals and the acumulatedly time will be.... I m stuck there. Help!
Morticians need at least an associate's degree in mortuary science, though some employers prefer candidates with a bachelor's degree. Licensure is required for funeral directors and embalmers. Additionally, one to three years of apprenticeship experience is typically required by employers.
I’d hate that job...
Is it legal to operate a business where you charge a client s credit card and in return they will receive the cash equivalent to what was charged minus a fee.
They certainly should be grateful that you're willing to work at all, but some people just have no sense.
and not food nor vegetables?
I am an antilabelistb and I want to create my own record label with me and other 3 friends who we all trust each other, but before I start making my record label, which I know it takes a lot of money, how do I make money from my music?
I went out and stocked up on a two year supply and have used very little or rotated much. It makes me sick to think of throwing everything away and starting over. How long can you safely still use items? Is there a website that can help. i.e. (12 tubes of toothpaste, cases of tune, cases of canned goods, honey,...