Would you pay a entrepreneur for doing multiple Jobs?

I would like to know whether you are willing to pay for lawyer and accountant if he is qualified in both areas. or would you prefer that someone did one job and that is it.

Asked By: matthew p - 3/20/2010
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Treat them as separate jobs for your accounting purposes... More
Answered By: Peter B - 3/20/2010
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It would depend. If the Lawyer did a good job as a lawyer, I might pay for his accounting skills, but if he wasn't I wouldn't. It would also depend on whether these skills were related at all. For example, if you hire someone to put your business online, you would be more likely to also trust him with advertising it... More
Answered By: dgaunn4114 - 3/20/2010
To be honest, qualifying and actually knowing what you're doing are two different things. Mainly if they know exactly what they are doing then by all means. Lawyers a normally very well aware of the laws they need to follow even when doing taxes, no pun intended... More
Answered By: kinev2010 - 3/20/2010
It depends. If one person who can be qualified in both areas and have the skills needed in both area. Be might be save and convenient to employ only one. Since when we have the problem to consult, that person will look the problem in every viewpoint and help us decide better. He is qualified to get more money but it... More
Answered By: pensinee f - 3/21/2010
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