Can I write off a 2000$ guitar amp purchased in 2010 on my 2013 tax return? I have not depreciated it at all?
Basically, can items only be deducted in the year they are purchased or can I still deduct the cost a few years later?
First off…I’m not a tax expert, lawyer, or accountant. I’m a professional musician who actually reports his earnings and expenses.
As another poster mentioned, you can’t take the cost of equipment off unless you can show that it’s used in some business application. In other words, hobbies are not deductible.
So…assuming you’re earning some kind of income from music (and properly reporting it), there might be something you can do next year (too late for this year’s return). If you purchased it as a personal item, you could “sell” it to your business (assuming you have one set up).
Honestly, it’s a PITA to set everything up for 1 item…especially if you’re not playing out and earning a regular income from music. You need to have separate bank accounts, it’s best to have a Tax ID number even if you don’t have employees. And you have to keep records like nobody’s business. “Entertainer” is a business category that the IRS looks at pretty closely.
When it’s all said and done, one purchase isn’t going to reduce your tax liability that much.
DISCLAIMER: Consult your tax professional!!!
Greetings from Austin, TX
I need legal advice or help in a business dispute?
My husband and I recently contracted with ECUAmerican moving company to move our household goods estimated at 3400 lbs from Austin, TX to Raleigh, NC for $1495. First on the day of the pick up 7/27/07 we were asked to pay $749 of the agreed amount in cash, when on the website they say they accept all forms of payment. When we asked them the purpose they blantly stated “to pay our movers”. We did not pay in cash. Secondly on 7/30/07 we were contacted again by the moving company saying that we exceeded our weight by 2300 lbs. We know this to be untrue because my husband and I just got out of the service and our last move was on 3/15/07 and the total weight was 3200 lbs. We have spoken with the owner, and he refused to even consider that they might be in error when we have an identical inventory list only 4 months prior with the catscale weight. We suggested a re-weigh and the owner insist that it will be at our expense to include labor and truck rental. I have filed a complaint w/ BBB.
You have taken the right steps in protecting yourself, now the next step is to consult an attorney.
The Attorney General in NC , frowns HEAVILY on intertate fraud, so I’d suggest getting the state office involved as well.
By the way…. Welcome to NC… We are a friendly folk…:O)..
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Looking for website to post a free job posting ad. besides craigslist?
Looking for website to post a free job posting ad.?
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Try KitList – it’s a yahoo group.
Craigslist charges $75 per job listing I think.
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Can someone recommend a good Headhunting agency in Austin TX?
I’m moving to Austin Texas later this month and I’m having a bit of trouble finding jobs that are relevant for me. I know a few friends who’ve had some good experiences with headhunters but not in Austin. Can someone recommend an agency for me?
Look at CSI
Is there a credible headhunter out of Austin, TX?
I am looking for a credible headhunter that operates out of Austin, TX. Really having a hard time finding work and wanting to see if I can get some assistance on it.
this is the link to express. I have used them in waco a few times for odd jobs, part time and full time. They are a good company. Good luck oh, and they have an office in austin and many other cities in texas.
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I am coming to austin in 2 weeks?
What is good to explore in or around austin texas ? Staying 3 days 4 nights ?
Going to visit a friend who is stationed at fort hood.. we figure we will hang out in austin.. what are some really cool or interesting things to do around the area ? cool lakes, shops, restraunts ? Any ideas are great !! dont wanna waste one whole day figuring it out…
The Capital Building is really cool and up the road they have under this bridge thing a place where bats fly out at night and it’s cool to watch that but up and down downtown Austin there were plenty of clubs and bars, a real good barbaque place not to far from the capitol is “Iron Works barbaque” if your into baseball just up the road in round rock you can watch the Round Rock Express, I found this on the internet
101 Great Things To Do in Austin
1. Ascend all 106 steps of Mt. Bonnell to enjoy the view. 478-0098
2. Take a friend to Hamilton’s Pool and experience the miracle of Nature. 264-2740
3. Take a moonlight tour of the Wide Basion Preserve. 327-7622
4. Go for a ride on the long star riverboat or Capitol Cruise. (seasonal) 327-1388, 480-9264
5. Join hundreds standing in line for a chance to see a taping of “Austin City Limits”. 471-4811 ext. 310 or write from out of town: P.O.Box 7158, Austin, TX 78713
6. Walk, jog or bike the Hike and Bike Trail along Town Lake. 499-6700
7. In the summar, at dusk, sit on the banks of Town Lake and watch the nightly debut of thousands of bats coming out from under the congress Ave. Bridge. 327-9721
8. Spend an afternoon at austin History Center. 499-7840
9. On a Saturday or Sunday, take a tour of the Westcave Preserve to view native flor and fauna. 512 825-3442
10. Explor Austin’s historic cemeteries where Texas Legends have been laid to rest. 478-8930
11. Stroll throug Ziker Rose Gardens and Taniguchi Oriental Garden. 477-8672
12. Drive across the award-winning Pennybacker Bridge. 478-0098
13. View the uniq, late 19th-century MoonlightTower. 478-0098
14. Attend a service at the olderst Prostant church west of the Mississippi (St. David’s Episcopal Church). 472-1196
15. Go to an outdoor concert at Symphony Square. 476-6064
16. Watch the UT Longhorns play at Memorial Stadium. 471-1420
17. Swim in the constant 68 degrees, spring-fed Barton Springs (476-9044) or the heated Stacy pool (477-7273).
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21. Enjoy live music 7 nights a week in one of the many local clubs. 478-0098
22. Go to Sixth Street on Halloween for a Spook-tacular time. 478-0098
23. Clebrate July 4th by listening to the Austin Symphony and watch the fireworks on Auditorium Shores. 476-6064
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i finished my Btech in ECE and i want to pursue embedded system for my MS in USA?
Please see the list of top 10 Colleges in US for Embedded systems , check the courses columns in the websites of these following Universities.
You need to appear in GRE and TOEFL for these universities a you would require at least
GRE 1200 out of 1600
TOEFL 100 out of 120
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
Stanford University, Stanford, CA
University of California–Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
University of Michigan–Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI
California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
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Can I master in computer science with an undergraduate degree in management information systems?
If so which schools should i consider?
Yes you can, in fact I personally know several people who have taken this route successfully and have heard of others (not me, though: both my undergrad and grad majors are MIS.) I believe that it is fairly common, or vice versa; that is, I know some people who got an undergrad degree in CS and a Master’s degree in MIS. Be warned, though, that Computer Science will generally require more in terms of programming, mathematics, and general sciences than MIS; some grad. Schools might be reticent to accept you if you do not have these kinds of courses in your academic background, and it might cause headaches with some of the courses if your skills are not developed adequately. In any event, just consult the information and prerequisite coursework listed for each individual school; it will vary.
As far as which school to consider, here are the top 20 graduate Computer Science programs – I’m attending Carnegie Mellon for grad school in MIS, I hear that our CS program is of very high repute.
1 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1 Stanford University
1 University of California–Berkeley
4 Carnegie Mellon University
5 University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
6 Cornell University
6 Princeton University
6 University of Washington
9 Georgia Institute of Technology
9 University of Texas–Austin
11 California Institute of Technology
11 University of Wisconsin–Madison
13 University of California–Los Angeles
13 University of Maryland–College Park
13 University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
16 Columbia University
16 Harvard University
16 University of California–San Diego
19 Purdue University
20 Brown University
20 Duke University
20 Rice University
20 University of Massachusetts–Amherst
20 University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
20 University of Pennsylvania
wat are the best things to major in?
i want to major in something that makes between 80 thousands to 125 thousands..i am a junior in high school wats best for me
Here is the list of the top ten starting salaries, by major. Of course with experience or further education, like a graduate or professional degree, you can expect to make much more.
1. Chemical Engineering
Average Starting Salary: $59,218
Chemical engineering majors can work in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, health care and business. In addition to working with chemistry to solve engineering problems, chemical engineers design equipment and develop other new products. Schools that have programs with strong reputations in chemical engineering include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Minnesota.
2. Electrical Engineering
Average Starting Salary: $55,333
Electrical engineering majors usually focus on the design and development of the electrical equipment used in automobiles, aircraft and electric utilities. Most electrical engineers specialize in electrical equipment or power systems and work in a wide variety of industries. Good schools for electrical engineers include the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of California at Berkeley and Stanford University.
3. Mechanical Engineering
Average Starting Salary: $54,057
Unlike most engineers, mechanical engineers do a little bit of everything. Primary work involves the design and development of power-producing machines (gas turbines, steam engines, electric generators, etc.) Mechanical engineering majors can work in a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, agriculture and business. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Stanford University and the University of California at Berkeley are among the schools that have world renowned mechanical engineering programs.
4. Computer Science
Average Starting Salary: $53,051
Computer science majors work with all aspects of computer systems. Computer scientists are employed in every sector of the economy, but many choose to work in design or research. Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Carnegie Mellon University all have top-ranked computer science programs.
5. Civil Engineering
Average Starting Salary: $48,998
Civil engineering majors design buildings, transportation systems, water systems and other construction projects. Most civil engineers specialize in one of the six main civil engineering disciplines: construction, environmental, geotechnical, structural, transportation and water resources. Stanford University, the University of California at Berkeley and the University of Illinois are three schools with top-ranked civil engineering programs.
Average Starting Salary: $47,782
Economics majors tend to focus on collecting and analyzing data. Most work in research or consulting; more than half are employed through the government. Top schools for economics majors include Harvard, the University of Chicago and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
7. Management Information Systems
Average Starting Salary: $47,407
Management information systems majors work in all areas of business to help computerized organizations function more effectively. Three of the best schools for management information systems are Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Texas at Austin and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Average Starting Salary: $46,442
Financial professionals work with money, stocks, bonds and all sorts of other market assets. Most finance majors work in banks, in government or in the finance departments of firms and other financial institutions. Top schools for finance majors include the University of Pennsylvania, New York University and the University of California at Berkeley.
Average Starting Salary: $46,292
Accountants carry out fundamental financial tasks for individuals and organizations. Most accounting majors secure a position in one of four fields after graduation: government accounting, internal auditing, public accounting or management accounting. The University of Pennsylvania, the University of Texas at Austin and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are just three of the many schools in the U.S. With respected accounting programs.
10. Business Administration/Management
Average Starting Salary: $43,256
Business administration has been one of the most popular college majors for years. Students who major in business administration and management can start their own company or work in virtually any industry imaginable. The University of Pennsylvania, the University of Virginia and Notre Dame are just a few of the schools known for having top-notch business administration programs.
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Where in Texas would be a good place to work a security job?
I am considering moving down to Texas in about a year, and I would like your opinion on the place to go. I like bigger cities, so my current thoughts are Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. I will be looking for a job in the security field or law enforcement down there, so if you know available or good jobs in the area, please let me know. That could include retail security, personal (or executive) protection, a security agency, local/county/state police, and any other federal or private security jobs of similar nature. Keep in mind that I will be a recent college graduate, so I am looking for a career and not just an entry level job.
I don’t make that suggestion lightly, at all.
I lived in Houston for a few years, and I know for a fact that private-sector security jobs usually pay not much more than minimum wage, which creates minimum rage in the recipient. So, the only jobs in that field worth keeping (in Texas, anyway), are those with any governmental agency, be it federal, state, county, or municipal.
If you can find a security job that appeals to you, let me suggest that it include union representation for the best-possible fringe benefits.
Why do you support Perry when he wants to do away with medicare/social security/medicaid/IRS and minimum wage?
He’s failed Texas miserably. He brags about creating jobs. All mediocre jobs that pay nothing and the working texas family needs two, or 3 of his mediocre jobs to survive.
He wants no federal aide given to states and thinks states should be totally self supportive, thus his state has been burning to the ground by wildfire for weeks and weeks and those with an intelligent brain can see right through his lies and hate.
Not to mention he hates gays, yet is one of the Republicans MOST closeted gay there is. It’s known he’s slept with men in his own administration. There are reporters and journalists all over Austin trying to get someone to come forward and don’t ask for a link, there won’t be one until its confirmed and it will be confirmed. A little birdie told me so.
In other words he wants to destroy the middle class, working class and the poor. Then what will the wealthy do when they have no one else to steal from?
Informed people do not support Ricky.
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What Are Some Jobs For 15 year olds in Austin Texas?
i need to find a job this summer and i was wondering what jobs teenagers would be able to work at
I dnt know abot 15 but i no about 14 and 16 and over
When You Turn 14 can work at: office, grocery store, retail store, restaurant, movie theater, baseball park, amusement park, or gasoline service station.
You generally may not work in: communications or public utilities jobs, construction or repair jobs, driving a motor vehicle or helping a driver, manufacturing and mining occupations, power-driven machinery or hoisting apparatus other than typical office machines, processing occupations, public messenger jobs, transporting of persons or property, workrooms where products are manufactured, mined or processed, or warehousing and storage.
When You Turn 16 You can work in any job or occupation that has not been declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor.
You generally may not work in any of the following hazardous occupations: manufacturing and storing of explosives, driving a motor vehicle and being an outside helper on a motor vehicle; coal mining, logging and sawmilling, power-driven woodworking machines, exposure to radioactive substances, power-driven hoisting apparatus, power-driven metal-forming, punching, and shearing machines, mining, other than coal mining, meat packing or processing (including the use of power-driven meat slicing machines), power-driven bakery machines, power-driven paper-product machines, manufacturing brick, tile, and related products, power-driven circular saws, band saws, and guillotine shears, wrecking, demolition, and shipbreaking operations, roofing operations and all work on or about a roof, or excavation operations.
Different rules apply to farms, and individual States may have stricter rules.
America’s Job Bank. Http://www.ajb.dni.us: Has sites for employers and job seekers. About 1.5 million job listings. User can develop an on line career account with resume, etc. Links to latest job trends, employer profiles and online training and information resources. Free.
America’s Career InfoNet. Http://www.acinet.org/acinet Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, America’s Career InfoNet contains information about the General Job Outlook, Wages and Trends, Employer Search, State Profile and Career Exploration. Also has a Resource Library.
Job Corps. Http://jobcorps.doleta.gov: Job Corps is the nation’s largest residential education and training program for disadvantaged youth. It is a full-time, year-round residential program that offers a comprehensive array of training, education and supportive services, including supervised dormitory housing, meals, medical care and counseling.
Jobs for 16-Year-Olds
Here are some job ideas for 16-year-olds
•Anything an adult can do except where indicated in the specific positions. Some limitations can be selling alcohol and driving.
•Anything but working in a liquor store.
•Fast food restaurant, car washes, actually you can work at any place that will hire them. Bus person in a restaurant, washing dishes in restaurant, cleaning, mail room person in large business, porters in hotels, caddy at golf course.
•Store clerk (retail clothing shop, hobby shop, drug store, etc.)
•Receptionist or administrative assistant
•Movie theater attendant
•Babysitting, helping a small business owner, sales, customer service, technical support.
•any fast food places hire at the age of sixteen and some department stores
•Common occupations for 16-year-olds: cashiers and cooks
•Among youths aged 16 in the 1999-2000 school year, 68 percent held an employee job defined as an ongoing relationship with a particular employer at some point during the school year. Cashier was the most common occupation among 16-year-old females with employee jobs; cook was the most common job for males.
•Cashiers accounted for 20 percent of the female youths with employee jobs. The next most common occupation for 16-year-old females was food counter, fountain, and related occupations, at 14 percent.
•Of the young males with employee jobs, 14 percent worked as cooks. The next most common job for 16-year-old males was stock handlers and baggers
•Data on the employment experience and other characteristics of youths are a product of the National Longitudinal Surveys program. Note that jobs such as babysitting or yard work done on an as-needed basis or for multiple employers are considered to be freelance jobs rather than employee jobs. Additional information is available from “Employment Experience of Youths during the School Year and Summer,” news release USDL 03-4
•Check out your local Parks and Recreation Departments. Some have fun Summer Jobs. Some Cities also have Work Experience Programs to train and help you get your first job.
•First, apply to everywhere you can. Your chances go up significantly the more places you apply. Then, About 3 days to 1 week afterwords, go back in and see
How can college students find jobs?
I am a college student at the University of Texas at Austin and I have been looking for a part-time job for the past two months with no success. I use the typical job banks online; craigslist, monster, hirealonghorn (a job bank specifically for UT students) and still have not been successful at all. Does anybody have any other advice that could help me land a part time job, I didn’t think it would be this difficult.
You should try your colleges career center they should be able to help you write your resume and get it ready for when you looking for jobs. They should also have job listings in your field. You should also speak to your college adviser, he/she may have contacts in the professional that should be able to help you. You could also try a job recruiter, I have used several that I got from the phone book (common ones in my area are Kelly, Burns Personal, Comforce, or many others), they have always gotten me interviews for jobs.
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What has the best career potential: Accounting or Finance?
What has the most entry-level jobs/hire percentage?
What make more money initially?
What makes more money down the road (perhaps as something a step ‘higher’ than accounting/financier)?
Any other info you wish to add/and or opinions are welcomed and appreciated.
One huge misconception that people have about accounting major is that you only get to become an accountant after getting a degree in it.
The reality is, accounting major can be an excellent “launcher” degree that can launch you into various business field, including Finance. Let’s be real here: what is Accounting? It is basically collecting data and info about the financial activities and situations of a company and organizing it into financial statements. Finance is using those statements to analyze and predict the company’s future and making decisions on allocation of resources, which includes investment and m&a decisions, based on the analysis. Just because you major in accounting doesn’t mean you can’t do any of the thing that finance majors can, vice versa. If you don’t know accounting, you will have very hard time with “finance” jobs such as banking and consulting. Think about it, if you don’t know how to read and understand what income statement or balance sheet means, how would you be able to analyze a company’s situation?
The point I’m trying to make here is, the two majors can get the same kind of job. Just because you major in accounting doesnt mean you’ll have to be an accountant for the rest of your life. As a matter of fact, most people get CPA and end up becoming bankers and consultants. That’s why accountants are categorized as “financial experts” because they have to be able to understand all aspects of the company’s financial condition and be able to provide advises on making both managerial and financial decisions.
What kind of jobs should I apply to?
I just graduated from UCSD with a BA in Communication, what kind of entry-level jobs should I pursue?
I want to work already right after this year is over. But I don’t know what industry I want to get into?
Basically, I don’t know if my skills are enough for an entry-level job. I’m kind of afraid of getting hired and then it turns out I don’t know anything. Will the people who will hire me help me on the job at first so that I can fulfill my job requirements? Will they teach me?
I need some confidence I guess. And how would you recommend on writing my resume? I only have two years of work experience, and it’s HIgh School tutoring.
Please anybody? What should I do first?
Don’t worry, I studied business majoring in economics. I basically did not remember anything after my degree, but i worked in IT industry for 1 year (consulting analyst) and did fine! I knew nothing about IT going into it, and still barely do haha! And I got average – good performance reviews which just shows at entry level they expect you to know nothing!
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What is the average salary range of a HOTEL Management Trainee in Austin, TX?
If you have been hired for this please respond and if not, but have some information for me please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Just wondering what the average pay is for a Hotel Assistant General Manager Trainee? If you know the average pay for these positions in Austin, TX that would be great! I went to indeed.com site and not finding the specific job salary as mentioned above. Looking for pay ranges: minimum to maximum pay, too.
It says 45,982 here http://www.payscale.com/research/US/Job=General_Manager%2c_Hotel/Salary
Anyone familiar with the nursing program at Florida National College?
I heard the program for RN at FNC is one year. Sounds a little sketchy, is this a legit school, and if I graduate and pass nclnex can I work as an RN in any state?
There are very many Registered nurses (RNs) in United States, there are over 2.6 million and 60 percent of registered nurses work in hospitals. There are very many universities with god nursing programs. For one to be a registered nurse one may choose to follow three main paths which include:
A bachelor’s of science degree in nursing (BSN)
An associate degree in nursing (ADN),
A diploma in nursing
Students wanting to select the most appropriate university that offers the best nursing programs have to evaluate all the aspects of the various schools. One has to consider the types of programs and degrees on offer, how long these programs take and how they are scheduled. The BSN normally goes beyond the course work studied in most community colleges offering nursing programs. This program pertains to the core liberal arts and other business courses designed to enable registered nurses handle advance managerial positions that have lots of responsibilities.
All the nursing management and specialized positions can only be taken by nurses with a master’s degree. For one to take the masters program you need to have completed the bachelor’s degree. The BSN programs offered at universities takes at least 4 years to complete. The AND programs are offered at community or junior colleges and take about 2 to 3 years while the diplomas usually take 3 years. For one to qualify as a nurse he/she must have graduated from an approved nursing program and also pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) which enables the individual to get a practicing license.
Taking the BSN in university that is registered is very important as most of such schools are affiliated with local hospitals or healthcare centers ensuring the student gets extensive clinical training under supervision of professionals, apart from the usual class room study. The various universities offering good nursing programs are listed below:
University of Washington Seattle, WA
University of California, San Francisco, CA
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR
University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Yale University New Haven, CT
University of California, Los Angeles, CA
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, OH
Duke University, Durham, NC
Indiana University-Purdue University–Indianapolis, IN
University of Colorado–Denver and Health Sciences Center Denver, CO
Columbia University New York, NY
Rush University Chicago, IL
University of Texas, Austin, TX
University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA
University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Vanderbilt University Nashville, TN
Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA
Emory University Atlanta, GA
New York University New York, NY
University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL
University of Arizona Tucson, AZ
University of Kentucky Lexington, KY
Arizona State University Phoenix, AZ
Georgetown University, Washington, DC
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
University of Florida Gainesville, FL
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE
University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI
Catholic University of America, Washington, DC
Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Little Rock, AR
University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS
university of Rochester, Rochester, NY
University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing, Hyden, KY
Michigan State University, ast Lansing, MI
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO
University of San Diego, San Diego, CA
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Anyone recommend any work from home jobs or IDEAS to make money from home?
Pregnant and unable to work! ( Doctor’s Orders) If it matters any, I am in the Austin Texas area…..
Thanks to anyone who helps in advance!
Unless you have very specific skills, such as graphic design, web design, computer programming, there are no real internet work at home jobs. You will just be bombarded with all kinds of scams.
How do we open a bookstore in Austin?
We’d love to have our own bookstore, but don’t know how to go about the financial/legal end of things. Where is a good place to start to learn about this?
Check out the Small Business Administration web site — they’re a great resource for the small business owner. I listed a couple of other handy links as well. The first two are specific to Austin/Texas.
Try reading up on the subject — check out Amazon, your local bookstore or library.
Prior to investing your time, money & effort into a business name, it is strongly advised that comprehensive research be conducted to ensure that the name you’re interested in is truly available.
This entails searching the pending & registered Federal and State trademark files as well as the US National Common-Law files. Then, if clear, you can decide if you would like to file for a Federal or a State trademark.
Research is needed to make sure your trade name is legally available, before opening, before expansion, before incorporation or before designing your logo. Similarities in sound, appearance and meaning affect you too!
There are 16+ million trade names in use in the United States. Similar names matter, if close in sound, appearance or meaning. Similar names in related classes, distribution channels and customer matter too. You are affected by Common Law use (14 million), State Trademarks (500,000) and Federal Trademarks (2 million).
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