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My wife and i started a company and we ran out of money and we can't get a loan because our credit is not very good. sotherefore we are trying to get a new start in life except we keep getting knocked...
2 answers - Asked By: johnnannie8 - 11/14/2007
I'm in the process of starting my own HR /manpower placement company. i need few important form and letter templates, can some help me to get these? is it need to register my firm immediately ? ...
1 answers - Asked By: SatyaN - 9/2/2011
I am working in a public limited company, my friends want to start a new company and are inviting me to be a Director in their new start-up. I don't want to quit my current job to join them but would...
1 answers - Asked By: sgovi - 9/1/2009
2 answers - Asked By: acetech - 10/3/2011
I was working for a brand new company that started up, called zed event, a zombie apocalypse survival day, inwhich i was acting as a zombie and getting shot at several rang...
4 answers - Asked By: JessyJ - 9/16/2012
I was thinking about becoming a paralegal for my OWN personal benefit, in my free time. I am currently a registered nurse who is starting up their own small company....I'd like to be my own boss and g...
4 answers - Asked By: portia - 8/26/2009
How do you start a company - what makes it legal? Why would banks give out thousands upon millions of dollars in loans , if that's what they do? Creating an office space for workers, wouldn't buying...
1 answers - Asked By: Fjhswjn - 4/22/2010
My friends daughter signed up for an Internet job, they took all of her information, said she would earn 15.00 hour. And now wants a picture sent to them. She's 28 and not used to Internet until now.
7 answers - Asked By: Bungie - 4/12/2006
So long story short, I have been working at this start up company for about 3 months. They have paid me on time before but when I went to ask them about last months last check they told me that they d...
3 answers - Asked By: Kenzz - 5/8/2013
Two friends and I are moving together to an office, we all are designers, each has its own company, we want to present our selves as a "Design Group" but we are not necessarily sharing jobs. Do we ne...
1 answers - Asked By: litleboy78 - 1/11/2012
If I am a full time employee with a computer company, but want to start up my own bar business, is it legal to do both?
4 answers - Asked By: NETS - 12/22/2010
I want to work as an assistant county attorney in a state where there's not a high demand for it. It's not as simple as moving to the next state and taking their bar exam because that process is very...
1 answers - Asked By: Andre - 10/17/2007
If a manager who leaves a company then starts up his or her own company, and HAS SIGNED a no-solicitation agreement, how does this truly effect everyone involved? Can employees then willingly leave th...
1 answers - Asked By: sailaway - 6/29/2010
Well, i work in a tourism company and my job is to advertise and the such. so i came up with an idea to do some sort of a raffle event, and the winners get free or EXTRA discounted tickets to go to h...
3 answers - Asked By: Meow - 1/20/2010
I would like to start and run an IT consultancy software development and Hardware company...
5 answers - Asked By: tamrastic - 10/23/2007
Hi all - i started up a cleaning service about 6-7 months ago. (office cleaning) i 've been w/ one of my accounts about 6 months , and recently just got another account. between both accounts it nets ...
3 answers - Asked By: Steven - 10/19/2009
We want to power about 4000 square feet of pure house. how many square feet of solar panels would be needed?
5 answers - Asked By: Ryan - 6/1/2011
What are the requirements to represent a manufacturer? what will the profit margins be like?
2 answers - Asked By: shredder87 - 5/23/2009
PLEASE READ MY WHOLE QUESTION BEFORE ANSWERING..... I am writing an article about "Work from home businesses". I am looking ONLY for companies that ARE LEGITIMATE and FREE. PLEASE DO NOT send...
6 answers - Asked By: SAD SALLY - 5/25/2008
I've got an unique idea for a business, but have no money or real collateral and the bank loan I'd qualify for (if any) definitely wouldn't cover the start-up. I have a job, but between my living cost...
2 answers - Asked By: --MAGUS-- - 4/25/2011
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