Government changes TAX to BUSINESS INSURANCE

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  1. retched

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    Many CEOs from bailed-out businesses say they deserve the bail-out because they paid their taxes. The bail-out was equated to unemployment insurance.

    If your company pays taxes, and it burns down, can you get bail-out money to rebuild?
     
  2. loosewire

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    There is a class something happening,stock owners working people.
    Stock owners,businessmen,stock owners retired.Stocks and main street
    waiting it out. The contractors are doing o.k. if they get a job to build
    they o.k. if not they go down to subing until they hit again.They may
    not be paying there bill or taxes,they know the ropes. The guys that
    was making $65,000.00 will stay down for along time.Good jobs will not
    return,retraining will take along time.Starting a business with rent
    license,insurance getting customers and good will.$4000,00 monthly
    1st and last and deposit.Don't sound good ,starting a web site when
    things are down,what would you do.So what other comments or advise
    anyone see any ways out.Are you doing o.k.making money or living off
    what you have.I can't see all you guys hitting it big,the guest looks at
    one question and moves on they are protecting there I P from there
    employers computer or future employment,online can be a trap.
     
  3. loosewire

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    I attended a meeting tonite,on the way back I was going over in my mind
    my conversations I had. I am thinking about trying to market my self as a
    motivating speaker. If I could put 15 minutes together of the topics I
    spoke about tonight,I carried a good 15 minutes but to turn that to
    dollars is a different thing,there always seems to have no one in charge.
     
  4. maxpower097

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    . . . . . In a van down by the river! :)
     
  5. loosewire

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    That sounds motivating,will do,by the way you know that sound
    that the tires make on the bridges metal grids. Got a story about
    that. Loosewire light no heavy stuff. I am'm going to motivate you.
    Practice for the cash.
     
  6. retched

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    I need some motivation. Speak brother, speak.

    By the way, there is a big market for motivational speakers now. The government is hiring them to speak at unemployment insurance meetings and other various outlets to help stymie depression and help get the economy moving. Also, many businesses use motivational speakers for moral and productivity improvements. And it is a business. Undercut the market and you'll get work.
     
  7. maxpower097

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    Its a famous line from Chris Farley on SNL where he plays a homeless motivational speaker.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcR7hr4LLQg
     
  8. loosewire

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    I am surprised that I was so close to the human condition
    by watching that u-tube. I entertained my fan club like
    that,I was standing in the toilet and a guy was talking about
    me. Don't go there.....
     
  9. loosewire

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    Baltimore is taking applications police officer,salary $42.000.00 a year.
    Paid training jobs,go to state employee office tell them you want job training.
    All the jobs are being given to the state,they offer screening for jobs that
    that will never be advertised,they save business screening cost,use your personally
    to get to the back offices don't take the computer banks ,no good jobs there.
    The first thing they will do now is make training money available to states.
    The feds are under alot of pressure to add money to the economy,that is the quick
    way to do that.You may not like the shirt and tie,but that is a job getter.
    The red cross and nonprofits are using the state agencies also,If you need agood job
    start hanging out at the agency.Be prepared for a complete screening,all systems
    must be go.They will check credit,medical,other records for good job training
    that is the real world today
     
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