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BpCBlake

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Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 2:32 PM (permalink)
nice. now you just need to work on your syntax a little...
 
 
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    CCinNJ

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    Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 3:14 PM (permalink)
    Nah. I like to annoy people.
     
    #32
      Tristan225

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      • Location: MI
      Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 3:45 PM (permalink)
      SYNTAX... You're going to need an accountant/attorney to figure that out for ya, and an expensive one at that!
       
      Boo, I have no idea what you are trying to say that you haven't said already. Actually I was agreeing with you. What I was saying was if someone needs professional advise look up your nearest SCORE adviser.  http://www.score.org/ IT'S FRIGGIN FREE. 
      Not sure why you have your tightys in a bunch, thinking you need to stand up for this guy. Probably unlike you and I, if he REALLY has a desire to do this, you would think he would do the info legwork on his own. It's not the 70's, everything is on the internets somewhere. And you can't bitch, you have obtained your share of info here. 
       
      BTW no Dome for me, that's so 80's. I got me a 20 year old version of Quick Books.      Everyone seems to have cabin fever, I know I do.
       
      #33
        jcheese

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        • Location: Fieldale, VA
        Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 4:58 PM (permalink)
        Download Open Office for free and set up your own custom book system.
         
        #34
          chefbuba

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          • Joined: 6/22/2009
          • Location: Near You, WA
          Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 8:00 PM (permalink)
          brickboo


          How much income does it take for a hot dog slingers to hire an accountant and an attorney. Let's see a show of hands. How many of you slingers have an accountant and an attorney on your payroll? What a laugh, hilarious, ha, ha ha! This place is as funny a Martin and Lewis . Maybe even as funny as Abbott and Costello. Possibly as funny as Laurel and Hardy.

           
          I couldn't find anything posted here about having an attorney/accountant on your payroll, I did suggest that these questions be directed at one or the other, big difference.
          I have an accountant, he does my business and personal stuff, once a year, but if I have an accounting question during the year, I can call and ask.
          Same goes with an attorney, pick up the phone, tell them that you need A,B,C, they do it, you pay, pretty simple stuff.
          So if you have a 72 Nova, a $700 cart and rent a $500 a month apartment, a Sole Prop might be ok, but if you own a home and have other assets, you better have some sort of protection.
          Another thing, how many of you have Commercial Liability insurance on your vehicle? Get in an accident pulling that dog cart, good luck getting your carrier to cover you.

           
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            Michael Hoffman

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            • Location: Gahanna, OH
            Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 8:19 PM (permalink)
            Doggone! And here I was thinking it was OK to have an accountant do my taxes when I needed them done and an attorney when something came up that required legal assistance. I didn't realize I was supposed to have them on my payroll.
             
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              BpCBlake

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              Re:JUST STARTING OUT Fri, 03/8/13 8:50 PM (permalink)
              join a barter club. you can get what you need. and people can barter with you for events and partys.
               
              #37
                hella good tacos

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                • Joined: 7/27/2012
                • Location: Portland, ME
                Re:JUST STARTING OUT Sun, 03/10/13 3:09 PM (permalink)
                Rick513


                chefbuba if you don't like how i type keep it pushin



                Rick, if you want us to be able to help you we need to be able to discern what you are asking.
                 
                Grammar exists for this very reason.   While chefbubba says it in a humorous way, and i agree with him, you need to put forth the effort to make your posts discernible if you want help.
                 
                That's just my opinion.
                 
                #38
                  hella good tacos

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                  Re:JUST STARTING OUT Sun, 03/10/13 3:18 PM (permalink)
                  CCinNJ


                  Many peeps seem to have their periods.


                  this made me actually laugh out loud.
                   
                  nice job CC.
                   
                  #39
                    hella good tacos

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                    Re:JUST STARTING OUT Sun, 03/10/13 3:21 PM (permalink)
                    Tristan225


                    SYNTAX... You're going to need an accountant/attorney to figure that out for ya, and an expensive one at that!

                    Boo, I have no idea what you are trying to say that you haven't said already. Actually I was agreeing with you. What I was saying was if someone needs professional advise look up your nearest SCORE adviser.  http://www.score.org/ IT'S FRIGGIN FREE. 
                    Not sure why you have your tightys in a bunch, thinking you need to stand up for this guy. Probably unlike you and I, if he REALLY has a desire to do this, you would think he would do the info legwork on his own. It's not the 70's, everything is on the internets somewhere. And you can't bitch, you have obtained your share of info here. 

                    BTW no Dome for me, that's so 80's. I got me a 20 year old version of Quick Books.      Everyone seems to have cabin fever, I know I do.


                    I just switched from spreadsheets to GNucash.
                     
                    Although, i am still using my spread sheets just in case i screw up this gnucash thing.
                     
                    Gnucash is a free open source accounting software and i am finding it is really useful.  I am too cheap to drop a couple hundo on quick books.
                     
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                      The Travelin Man

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                      Re:JUST STARTING OUT Sun, 03/10/13 3:23 PM (permalink)

                       
                      #41
                        hella good tacos

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                        • Location: Portland, ME
                        Re:JUST STARTING OUT Sun, 03/10/13 3:29 PM (permalink)
                        The Travelin Man




                        busted. i have an english degree, but i do have a job- if you consider a taco cart a job.
                         
                        #42
                          Rick513

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                          • Location: middletown , OH
                          Re:JUST STARTING OUT Mon, 03/11/13 9:14 AM (permalink)
                          The fact of the matter is you can't please everybody.
                           
                          #43
                            brickboo

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                            • Location: Fruita, CO
                            Re:JUST STARTING OUT Mon, 03/11/13 11:41 PM (permalink)
                            Hey guys,
                            Some folks still do not care to fool with computers for simple booking. My wife did the books for my Masonry Business  dealing with tons of Brick, Mortar, Sand, Payroll, FICA, Workers Comp, Social Security, Liability Ins for everything, Bonds and the list goes on and on using the DOME system for years. After a few weeks she could do the DOME system by hand weekly or monthly faster than some computers will boot up. Lol!
                             
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