• Is this a good business partner?

    Best answer: EVERYTHING should have been laid out on paper in the contract you two sign. Including where the money comes from, who supplies it, what percentage, how the profits are split, who does what work in the business, what happens if one person doesn't hold up their end, etc. Basically, talk to your lawyer BEFORE... show more
    Best answer: EVERYTHING should have been laid out on paper in the contract you two sign. Including where the money comes from, who supplies it, what percentage, how the profits are split, who does what work in the business, what happens if one person doesn't hold up their end, etc.

    Basically, talk to your lawyer BEFORE you do anything or sign anything on this. You don't sound like you know how to handle any of this.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • How to start a business?

    I've had an idea of a business that I want to start up, the current products I have in mind includes clothes and headphones but I need to think of these designs etc. I can do all online stuff like websites and promotions and selling but I'm currently at a loss as to where to find manufacturers for my... show more
    I've had an idea of a business that I want to start up, the current products I have in mind includes clothes and headphones but I need to think of these designs etc. I can do all online stuff like websites and promotions and selling but I'm currently at a loss as to where to find manufacturers for my products. I'm absolutely nowhere near starting anything yet and it is early days but I'm interested in looking into my idea but I'm not sure where to start. Any helpful tips/links? *I live in the Uk btw*
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • What documents do i need for a partnership to be formed legally?

    Best answer: You'll need a contract, I don't think i'd trust any of the 'templates' you can find online that might give you some idea. If your going to be making money, get a lawyer to write up a contract. It will have to have witnesses (at least 2) and be notorious for it to be legal (but not 100% sure it... show more
    Best answer: You'll need a contract, I don't think i'd trust any of the 'templates' you can find online that might give you some idea. If your going to be making money, get a lawyer to write up a contract.

    It will have to have witnesses (at least 2) and be notorious for it to be legal (but not 100% sure it will be totally legal and binding).

    You should get a lawyer to do this, they will be able to make everything binding legally. It will cost a lot to do, but better to get it done then to find out your contract you made has no legal footing and the company and partnership goes bad.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to know if I m good at business?If I can do business?If I have a talent?

    Best answer: You get a job in sales. Big ticket sales where you get commissions, like Cars, Furniture, Fine Art or Jewelry. After 6 months of working one of these jobs you have to ask yourself : Did I ENJOY selling things to people? Did I make more money in commissions than I did on my base salary? If the answer to... show more
    Best answer: You get a job in sales.

    Big ticket sales where you get commissions, like Cars, Furniture, Fine Art or Jewelry.

    After 6 months of working one of these jobs you have to ask yourself : Did I ENJOY selling things to people? Did I make more money in commissions than I did on my base salary?

    If the answer to both is yes, then you are good with the two main aspects of business - the ability to tolerate or even enjoy your job AND the ability to sell things to people and make a profit.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • I'm trying to start a business but can't get a loan?

    How are you supposed to get a business off the ground if you can't even get a loan? I've been trying to get this business off the ground since last August but I keep running into problems. My credit is low because I was a co-signer for a couple of my kids and they have brought my credit score down by not... show more
    How are you supposed to get a business off the ground if you can't even get a loan? I've been trying to get this business off the ground since last August but I keep running into problems. My credit is low because I was a co-signer for a couple of my kids and they have brought my credit score down by not paying and not telling me. I need a lot of money like yesterday. My partner and I signed contracts to purchase five properties. We were supposed to signed the paperwork to buy one of the properties Thursday but my business partner went missing and cleaned out our business account. We have an LLC and I am the Owner/Manager and he is just secondary. So all of this is falling back on me. I've tried to get help other ways (connected Investors, which is a joke BTW) but they just give you a runaround. The owner of the first property told me that she would give me four days to come up with the money. These properties are just too good to pass up. I'm a desperate lady!!!
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Does anybody have weight scale vending machines in gas stations or such?

    Thinking about placing some but can’t find any information on how the business is ?
    Thinking about placing some but can’t find any information on how the business is ?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do lawyers know about zoning laws and renovation permits?

    If you wanted to open a small store or restaurant, but needed to know the following: - Am I allowed to open this business here? (zoning laws; allowable use of this property) - What permits and licenses are required to conduct this type of business & how to apply for them? Would a lawyer be the correct person... show more
    If you wanted to open a small store or restaurant, but needed to know the following: - Am I allowed to open this business here? (zoning laws; allowable use of this property) - What permits and licenses are required to conduct this type of business & how to apply for them? Would a lawyer be the correct person to consult?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • I asked one question about this already. But is it hard to learn to run a dishwasher in a small grill? What are the responsibilities?

    Best answer: No, you're trained for the job at the restaurant. Doing clean dishes and putting them away.
    Best answer: No, you're trained for the job at the restaurant. Doing clean dishes and putting them away.
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Am I being under paid as a babysitter?

    Best answer: Quit this employer, and start fresh with someone else. Tell them you need to concentrate on your school work, and don't apologize, and don't tell them anything else. when you tell them you are leaving, ask them for a letter of recommendation - NOT just can other people call them for a reference, but an... show more
    Best answer: Quit this employer, and start fresh with someone else. Tell them you need to concentrate on your school work, and don't apologize, and don't tell them anything else. when you tell them you are leaving, ask them for a letter of recommendation - NOT just can other people call them for a reference, but an actual letter. *Imagine* that you are going to not be working but studying more, and then moving away so you're not caught offguard when they start asking you to cover if they get in trouble, because they will.

    And then look for another job, but not before you look on the online source of babysitters and see what the going rate is for an adult with experience, if that's what you still want to do. Try and stay away from transporting kids, because it's a huge risk- and I'll bet you never added that to your car insurance. Under 25 it may not be allowed, and if you had an accident without telling your car insurance carrier you were transporting kids for money, it might actually negate your insurance coverage! Ask first, before you do it, even for these people- even one more time. You could be risking your entire future already.

    Tentofield has given you good information about rates. Don't apologize for asking for that up front, and type it all out, and get a signed agreement. Have someone with legal experience (as in a friendly lawyer, law student at least, or paralegal) to taker a look at your agreement first. But get everything in writing, and keep an original copy with signatures. You may never need it, but you need to HAVE it.

    The people you work for now are definitely taking advantage, and they likely know it. I wouldn't bother trying to renegotiate anything. It isn't worth the hassle- especially with that teenager involved. Just go find someone else with a younger child who needs to be looked after in their home, with no rides. You only need one client, and if you demand enough, you shouldn't have to worry about being treated fairly. The ones who pay more are often better to you in general, if you do a good job.

    Good luck- remember, you're worth much more than this, and you should demand it, nicely.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • I must start a home based business.I have no ideas.I want you to do brainstorming.?

    Best answer: Lots of people run home based businesses. But you forgot to tell us what skills and work experience you have. If you have no skills and no work experience, all you can get paid to do is move heavy objects around which is pretty hard to do at home.
    Best answer: Lots of people run home based businesses. But you forgot to tell us what skills and work experience you have. If you have no skills and no work experience, all you can get paid to do is move heavy objects around which is pretty hard to do at home.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • How do I tell my parents?

    Best answer: You need to write a businesss plan. Basically that means write down everything you'll need to start and operate your business and where you'll get it and how you'll pay for it; what products you'll have, how much you'll sell them for and how much each will cost you, and where you'll get... show more
    Best answer: You need to write a businesss plan. Basically that means write down everything you'll need to start and operate your business and where you'll get it and how you'll pay for it; what products you'll have, how much you'll sell them for and how much each will cost you, and where you'll get tthem, and how you'll find customers. Are you planning on making the items you sell yourself? Show your written plan to your parents. You sound like you'll be a success - maybe soon, maybe later in life, but successful. good luck.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do gun stores get in trouble for hassling people who are buying from?

    Best answer: The trouble they would get into would be a lost sale.
    And define "hassling".
    Best answer: The trouble they would get into would be a lost sale.
    And define "hassling".
    7 answers · 1 week ago