I have just received my bachelors degree and have so far only had small side jobs. When I'm looking online now, I don't even know where to start. I know that I would most likely be starting off low, but I am looking for an industry that would be cool to work in with increasing opportunities in the years to come. Does anyone have any advice for that?
And what kinds of lawyers make the most money?
And what kind of accountants make the most money?
Please put your sources, I would really love it, if actual accountants or lawyers answered!
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
No smart comments or remark just answer the question. I want to go to school for this degree and I want to know more about this degree and what type of job can I get after I graduate so I need as much information as possible.
For 2009, I have income from my full-time job and rental income from my condo I rented out. What are all the forms I need to fill out? I would like to do my taxes myself for the 2009 tax year instead of using Turbo Tax. Turbo Tax is not allowing me to use its free edition due to my additional rental income.
2009 was the first year I rented out my condo.
We are a small size landlord, we really need an accountant whom is well versed in this field. what type of accountant is this?
I am thinking about relocating to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. I would like to know if there are any full time jobs available up there.
First planning-wise/legally, how easy is it to take a concrete garage wall with a window facing into my garden, and convert it into a door so I have immediate access? I don't live in a conservation area. Any ideas about price - the window is there, but it would be knocked out of course; the whole it would leave cut out of the concrete is about 3 feet by 2 and would need to be extended to 6 feet by 3.
The final question is more intricate. The owner of the garage has told me he's going to ask his accountant about the garage: its price and the best method of selling it namely. So far, I'm the only person who has lodged an interest (as I contacted him directly). I really don't want it to go to public bidding, as there's a reasonable chance that a Mr Megabucks from across town will fancy it for his yacht. How do I go about securing it? As his accountant is involved, is it unlikely that I can offer him £20k in a briefcase for it?! Also, once I know the market price, what should I offer?
Hey, im looking at careers to choose from, and i dont know what an accountant does, and is it a risky job? Like are there plenty of jobs for this career?
I buy, fix up and sell houses. I also have a pretty high-paying job, which puts me in a high tax bracket. Typically I would have to pay my high income tax on the profit from selling a house or I can wait one year and just pay capital gain on the profit. How can I minimize my taxes on the profit when selling a fixed-up house within one year of its purchase?
What motivates them?
they have a secure job working for the state and really how motivated are they to get the least or lowest possible charge for their client?
btw, are you in the UK or US?
Thanks for your answers!
why and how is paying an attorney suppose to be better?
I wish to pursue a career in real estate and was wondering what are the various departments in a real estate company/agency. I ask, so that I can plan my future education accordingly that would support my career. I am considering anything from being an agent to handling public affairs (if there is any such job profile in the real estate market).
What are some good and bad things about your job? Overall are you happy?
I am a property manager and she is an accountant. She continually makes me and the company look stupid. Her superior will not deal with it and I waste a substantial amount of time wasted on her. What do I do?
I'm a 21 year old collage student and I'm broke. I have skills and talents but I never can get a decent job. I am very skilled at drum playing and I have been playing since I was 6 years old, but I want to be able to teach others how to play as well so I was thinking about starting a business teaching drum lessons to kids who want to learn. What are the steps I must take to do this?
I am married with a stay at home wife and 3 kids. I own a house and have a pretty straight forward job.
Which one is the best value?
Chartered would be preferable, but certified is fine so long as they are credible and have a good track record.
How much would annual retainer cost whereby year end accounts and general ongoing advice and VAT returns are managed?
Any advice would be much appreciated.
I worked in California the entire year but moved out of state on Dec. 3rd of 2007 and did no other work for the rest of 2007. Should I put down a full year resident or part year on my taxes, even though I didn't have any other jobs out of state...?
Thanks for all of your help!
Many adverts for rented properly insist 'professional applicants only'. What jobs when looking for rented accommodation are not deemed 'professional'?
If, for instance, I washed up at a restaurant for a living could I still be classed at a 'professional' person?
If I was a street cleaner picking litter from the streets would I be classed as 'professional'?
Would I be right to think they don't care what job you actually do so long as you have a job & a regular income for the term of the rental period?
Maybe it's to exclude the unemployed? This is unlikely as many properties state 'no DSS'.
Maybe it's to exclude people who are casual workers or who only have temporary jobs. This seems most likely to me at the moment. But if this is the case why not just say that?
It's impossible to say 'professional' people are better tenants, ie less likely to trash the place, than a person in an occupation that isn't an actual profession.
So why do estate agents' adverts list this condition so much?
I was just wondering what it means when it says soliciting and loitering. Specifically. And what is a white colored job and what is a blue colored job.