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  • I am an 19 year old African American Mississippian I don't know if these factors play a part in how credit card companies see me but I just thought I'd give a little background. Anyway here's my plan for my future. First I will start working for a company probably Walmart doing something like stocking, manual labor without having to see people all the time making at least $1,000 a week. I'll plan to work there for a while most likely until I'm 21 when I can legally start playing Texas Holdem poker and blackjack for money. By then I will have opened a bank account (my first one) and taken out a secured credit card (also my first) and probably take out a few loans every now and again to start getting my credit rolling (I have none) no co-signers since no one in my family will risk it thanks to certain people. I am a great budget-er and can live on less than $100 of my own money a month since I live with my mother and do college at home so no real expenses travel or even food wise in addition I'd probably have to give her 1-2 hundred a month more if she needs it. After I do all that I will in addition to playing poker start going in to investing via e*trade I can risk and profit my money 2 ways by then. I can self study or be taught for free by a professional investor (which I can buddy up and get tips for free) I mainly plan to invest in video-games gold and technology since there the most secure I am a video gamer and I know what company has the best whatever though I'm not a complete geek or nerd so I can always ask one I just don't get into games like they seem to. I know the most hottest talked about games on the market before they even come out years or even months. Technology wise, that's always a gamble cause I don't know if I'm privy to all the happenings and can expect them to give me much since I'll only be a small time investor. I only plan to but in close to 2000 every 3 or 4 months I'm a big budget-er and will most likely start putting my money in secure holdings like my bank account. I probably wont even use my tax refunds. Though I've never worked before and most likely let my family teach me how to do this stuff. I also will not be moving out of this place for close to 3-4 years which is plenty enough time to save a bout load of money I plan to get my degree in Asian studies as a minor and go to Japan is there any value in overseas investing?
  • I don't know anything about playing texas hold up poker or working at walmart for 1000 dollars a week. I do know about doing university from home, and good for you for doing it. I prefer by far over the traditional way. As per investing through etrade, I think you'd benefit largely from reading a few books. I'll recommend two: How to Make Money In Stocks, by William O'Neil Come Into My Trading Room, by Alexander Elder
  • Sort of a long read. I didn't realize Walmart paid $1000 a week. As for making money playing poker, good luck. I made a little doing so and I lost a little doing so. One time I lost a lot to 4 of a kind holding a full house. I have also lost some investing, but even though it is gambling as is poker the odds are a whole lot better. Not so likely to loose to 4 of a kind investing. I invested all of my life from the time I was 16 on ward. I worked out great for me overall. Everyone or almost everyone starts out as a small time investor. After about 20 years of doing that, one tends to become not so small time any longer. And after 30 years it is time to consider retiring from your other job and becoming a full time investor.
  • "There are no shortcuts to any place worth going." Both poker and the stock market are gambling; the stock market just takes longer to realize your losses. If you are looking to make money in the stock market, the safest way to do so is to consistently put money into the market and hold quality stocks for the long term. $1000 a week at Walmart? I did a stint one summer at Walmart as a cahsier, and I know for a fact that they don't pay even their midlevel managers that much. You can expect closer to $300-$400 a week if you're lucky. If you goal is to make good money, spend your time at college getting a marketable degree. Engineering or IT would be a good realm to look into seeing you like technology; you get paid very well, and you don't have to put up with the ridiculous schooling that doctors and lawyers have to. Hate to break it to you, but Asian Studies is a sure way to be poor for the rest of your life.
  • As a business owner there is always a list of steps to follow in order to open your shop. Opening a tattoo studio is the same, but with a few differences in regard to state regulations that may be in place for this type of business. Each state has their own rules in regards to tattoo studios, so your first step is to check on these. Depending on your state's regulations, you may not have to complete every step. Legal and Financial Aspects Step 1Check with the Department of Health in the state where you are opening your tattoo studio. Find out which division, if any, is in charge of regulating the tattoo industry. Some states will be governed by the Department of Cosmetology instead of the Health Department, but the Health Department should be able to give you this information. A few states are unregulated, so you are on your own in regards to health and safety issues. If you are in a regulated state, then you usually have to purchase a license to operate and there may also be local ordinances to look into, as well. Step 2Learn the business. Not only do you need to know the list of regulations you must follow if your shop is in a regulated state, you also need to learn the similarities and difference between running a tattoo shop compared to running other types of shops. If you've never owned your own business, then you'll be starting from scratch and may want to seek help from the Small Business Administration to find out about taxes, insurance and other aspects of business ownership. Step 3Write a business plan. Having this in place will help make managing your finances easier and more efficient. You can find business plan software and companies to help you with this or hire an accountant to do much of this for you. A business plan will also let you know how much money you need to invest in your business, so you can justify this amount if you need to apply for a business loan. Step 4Buy business software to track sales and expenses, schedule clients and employees, control inventory, manage accounts payable and provide other tools necessary to track every aspect of your business. Train any personnel that will be responsible in updating the various computer forms you'll be using. This could include a receptionist, bookkeeper and shop manager, but keep in mind that having too many people playing with the numbers could cause inaccuracies that will have to be fixed at the end of the week, month, quarter and year. Step 5Create inventory sheets to track all the supplies needed to keep the shop running. Once you've taken the initial inventory counts, it's easier to track changes to this inventory and make daily or weekly ordering easier by entering the data into a program on the computer. There are different programs available for inventory control, so you can choose the one you are most comfortable using. Once this program has been set up, keep it updated on a regular basis to know what's in stock and what needs to be ordered. Step 6Start a system for tracking appointments for each tattoo artist. You may keep this information on the computer and/or use a physical calendar that is accessible to every employee. Besides a way to track appointments, you will also need a filing system to keep client information together and easy to find. Keeping up with client information, especially when their next appointment is scheduled, is an important aspects of managing your shop. It will also help you set and track employee schedules. Step 7Develop a marketing plan to manage your advertising campaign for the tattoo studio. Advertising your shop is a must to let people know what you offer, where you're located and how they can contact you. You can find adverting experts who can help you with this aspect, as well. Advertising will also include signage for the front of the shop and business cards. Setting up Shop Step 1Find a location to house your tattoo studio. Keep in mind the number of tattoo artists you will need stations for and how these stations need to be set up. If they need separate rooms and sinks, then you may have to remodel the location you find. You must check with the owner, if you're renting, to ensure this is okay. Once the shop is rented, or purchased, have the utilities turned on and any remodeling completed. Step 2Hire tattoo artists. Write up contracts for each artist outlining what the shop will provide for them and what they will provide themselves in the form of tattooing supplies and earnings. Some shops will provide everything, except an artist's individual equipment; others will supply some of the artists' disposables including paper towels, gloves, green soap, bandaging supplies and ointment; still others won't provide anything and each artist takes care of their own inventory and ordering. The amount of items supplied may determine the percentage of money an artist keeps from each completed tattoo compared to what the shop gets. Step 3Buy equipment and furniture to
  • No offense but there are 50 states, all with different laws. It would help to know where you live.
  • I've been wanting to move to California for a long time! It's my dream! I've got two years left to finish up college in Indiana. I went to school here because it is incredibly affordable for a four year degree. I'm getting a degree in Media Arts (2D/3D/Game art) I don't care about the job I get at first. I wouldn't care if it were Graphic Design or something smaller. I don't care about the company either, as long as the coworkers are respectful. How much should I borrow in student loans when I graduate to make the move out there and (just to get started/to obtain some kind of full-time job before I move)? Keep in mind I hardly have any student loans because my degree is so cheap. I also don't care about which city. I do prefer San Francisco though. I don't care if housing and cost of living is higher a month. I'd just like to live a simple middle class life with my boyfriend and I. Reality check is, with my degree, even if I don't get the job I want at first, my only choices are: California, Washington, New York, Texas and a couple of other states that reasonably offer careers in gaming. What can I do to help make this dream a reality, even if it's not quite the job that I want? What kind of "reality" can you stick in my head too? :P I know about crime and stuff, but what is funny is that there is more crime here then in some parts of LA...
  • like everyone else has said, it's probably the most expensive place to live in in the country right now. And I'm pretty sure no one mentioned that gas is about $3.80-$4.00 a gallon right now. If you're going to move to California, I'd suggest somewhere up north or in the middle of the state for now. Or move somewhere cheaper, save up, then move out here. Don't get discouraged though, you'll make it out here soon enough!
  • You want "reality" I'll give you a good dose of reality. California is the MOST expensive state to live in. Rent on a modest 1 bdrm apartment in a so-so area will start in the $1000-$1100 a month (and up) range. Just to move in you'll need first, last and security (about $5 grand) . Everything you need or buy will cost about 50% more than it does in Indiana. California also has the 2d HIGHEST unemployment rate in the country. Jobs of any kind are VERY difficult to find, and those that do occasionally come up have hundreds of applicants. If could take a year or more to find work, while living ff any savings you have. Your Media Arts degree won't get you a cup of coffee in California. Every wannabe in any entertainment related business seems to think they have to move here, so there's a glut of people with those Majors here. There's the "Catch 22" you'll encounter. You can't get a job without a permanent address, and no landlord will rent to you without a job and reliable source of income. One last thing which I'm sure you DON'T want to hear, but MUST understand. It would be FOOLISH to borrow student load money (generously loaned to you by the hard working American tax payers) to move to California sight unseen. To just survive here you'll need about $30,00-$35,000 a year. That's barely scraping by wages. Also "shacking up" with a boyfriend is also FOOLISH. Boyfriends come, and boyfriends go. If you should split up who gets stuck paying the rent, and the bills? Probably YOU! What happens if you ..........................get pregnant? Not the best situation for raising a family, but I'm sure you Mom told you all these things already.
  • Oh, believe me when I say that you will care. Once reality sets in, you'll realize how difficult and how expensive is it to live in California and are going to want to be back in Indiana. Coastal California is one of the MOST COVETED areas in the United States which means MORE money. Affordability does not exist in Los Angeles. Starting prices begin at around $1000+/mo. and that's usually for a studio in a somewhat decent area. Jobs are also nonexistent at the moment. Unemployment rates have jumped to 12.1% so good luck finding a job. Even if you find a job, that job will most likely barely pay the rent (or not even come close to paying the rent) if you don't have a good resume. Keep in mind you do NEED to buy groceries, hygiene products, clothes, emergency money, gas, electric, water, insurance, car, etc. Speaking of cars, you NEED a car in order to live in Los Angeles. The insurance for the car is not going to be cheap since the rate in Los Angeles are high and the gas prices are going to make you want to move back to your hometown. And by the way, graphic design is at a very LOW demand. It's pretty low, that underwater basket weaving is probably at a higher demand than graphic design so if anything, you will most likely not even find a job in graphic design any time soon. You shouldn't borrow anything in student loans. You should move to California with a good job in your hand and enough money to support yourself. Once you graduate, you can't even use student loans because you are no longer a college student. You don't care about housing being higher as long as you live a simple middle class life? Indiana's definition of middle class is practically California's definition of below poverty line. There is no way you're going to be middle class when you have an Indiana income. This becomes even more truthful when you're living in Los Angeles, because a Media Arts position isn't going to give you a middle class lifestyle in Los Angeles. And what are you going to do if your boyfriend decides he wants to leave you? How are you going to be able to pay for anything now that he's gone? And how are you going to pay for rent if you don't even have a job yet? It's these things you need to consider before you even make your move to California. As far as employment goes. This applies to ANY job. No matter which job you will get, you will ALWAYS have at least one jerk of a co-worker that is going to be disrespectful. And if you don't have any in your workplace, then chances are that person is you. The "reality" that I'd stick in your head is that you need to grow up a little. I can already tell by the way you write emoticons ( " :P ") alone shows you lack maturity and aren't there yet because no one finds them cute.
  • You "don't care"?? Well, then, you're in for a rude awakening. A "simple middle class life" is going to cost plenty, especially in San Francisco, one of the most-expensive cities in the country. LA has been at the top of the list for worst places to look for a job. There are going to be hundreds of applicants just like you looking for any job in the arts. Do some research on the job market in California - your college must have a career center - and perhaps you'll have a more-realistic idea of what's involved.
  • Wow, that's tough. I am actually fourteen and I think I could easily chose the wealthy relatives. I mean, she's probably going to high school next year or into her second year of high school so she most likely just left some of her friends from middle school and wouldn't be seeing much of them anyway. To be honest it sounds like a great opportunity for a super awesome life so I can't imagine why someone wouldn't take advantage of it.
  • Oooo, Allison nailed it right on the head. You should give her Best Answer and a big "Thank you". It's a nice dream, but you need to get your ducks in a row before moving: -Save up money at home first ($10,000 or so) -Line up a job before moving out here. Look in the Orange County area.
  • A lot of people dream of going to California and end up doped up on Hollywood blvd.think about what you're doing. California is a nice place but tough!
  • student loans are for school... when you are a student. you are not eligible for student loans when you graduate. a regular middle class 1-bedroom apartment in the bay area, remotely close to the city will be $1800+ per month.
  • I don't know what color I am. LOL I never thought I would say that! What color is Texas? I have already started my fight. I have sent a slew of e-mails to my State officials to find out about certain laws. (need to do this legally) I have a plan to put into action and I need to gather support. Texas will be independant and we will be to strong to attack. If you want to live free we would let you in. This is funny and true. We Texans love y'all, but we'll probably have to take action since Barack Obama won the election. We'll miss you too. Here is what can happen: 1: Barack Hussein Obama becomes President of the United States, and Texas immediately secedes from the Union. 2: George W. Bush will become the President of the Republic of Texas. You might not think that he talks too pretty, but we haven't had another terrorist attack, and the economy was fine until the effects of the Democrats lowering the qualifications for home loans came to roost. So what does Texas have to do to survive as a Republic? 1. NASA is just south of Houston, Texas. We will control the space industry. 2. We refine over 85% of the gasoline in the United States. 3. Defense Industry -- we have over 65% of it. The term "Don't mess with Texas," will take on a whole new meaning. 4. Oil - we can supply all the oil that the Republic of Texas will need for the next 300 years. What will the other states do? Gee, we don't know. Why not ask Obama? 5. Natural Gas - again we have all we need and it's too bad about those Northern States. John Kerry and Al Gore will have to figure out a way to keep them warm... 6. Computer Industry - we lead the nation in producing computer chips and communications equipment -small companies like Texas Instruments, Dell Computer, EDS, Raytheon, National Semiconductor, Motorola, Intel, AMD, Atmel, Applied Materials, Ball Misconduct, Dallas Semiconductor, Norte l, Alcatel, etc. The list goes on and on. 7. Medical Care - We have the research centers for cancer research, the best burn centers and the top trauma units in the world, as well as, other large health centers. The Houston Medical Center alone employs over 65,000 people. 8. We have enough colleges to keep us getting smarter: University of Texas, Texas AM, Texas Tech, Texas Ch ristian, Rice, SMU, University of Dallas, University of Houston, Baylor, UNT (University of North Texas ), Texas Women's University, etc. Ivy grows better in the South anyway. 9. We have an intelligent and energetic work force, and it isn't restricted by a bunch of unions. Here in Texas, it's a Right to Work State and, therefore, it's every man and woman for themselves. We just go out and get the job done. And if we don't like the way one company operates, we get a job somewhere else. 10. We have essential control of the paper, plastics and insurance industries, etc. 11. In case of a foreign invasion, we have the Texas National Guard, the Texas Air National Guard and several military bases. We don't have an Army, but since everybody down here has at least six rifles and a pile of ammo, we can raise an Army in 24 h ours if we need one. If the situation really gets bad, we can always call the Department of Public Safety and ask them to send over the Texas Rangers. 12. We are totally self-sufficient in beef, poultry, hogs and several types of grain, fruit and vegetables, and let's not forget seafood from the Gulf. Also, everybody down here knows how to cook them so that they taste good. Don't need any food. 13. Three of the ten largest cities in the United States, and twenty-three of the 100 largest cities in the United States, are located in Texas. And Texas also has more land than California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island and Vermont&n bsp;combined. 14. Trade: Three of the ten largest ports in the United States are located in Texas. 15. We also manufacture cars down here, but we don't need to. You see, nothing rusts in Texas, so our vehicles stay beautiful and run well for decades. This just names a few of the items that will keep the Republic of Texas in good shape. There isn't a thing out there that we need and don't have. Now to the rest of the United States under President Obama: Since you won't have the refineries to get gas for your cars, only President Obama will be able to drive around in his big 9 mpg SUV. The rest of the United States will have to walk or ride bikes. You won't have any TV as the Space Center in Houston will cut off satellite communications. You won't have any natural gas to heat your homes, but since Mr. Obama has predicted global warming, you will not need the gas as long as you survive the 2,000 years it will take to get enough heat from Global Warming. Signed, The People of Texas P.S. This is not a threatening letter - just a note to give you something to think about! SLEEP WELL TONIGHT, THE EYES OF TEXAS ARE UPON YOU!! One Nation Under God ''Life's tough......it's even tougher if you're stupid.'' -- John Wayne
  • No they would not. It would not solve the problem of disarming the terrorists by disarming citizens. Could they disarm citizens? Only the ones foolish enough to go to the window and shooting police or milatary to conficate them.Anyone that would really be able to retain their firarms would be those that hid them well. Civilians simply don't own the full automatic weapons and artillery sufficient to put up much of a fight. I could be wrong though if someone happens to own something that can knock out an armored assault vehicle or maybe an Abrams and knock down an Apache helicopter.
  • The federal government will start with the people who might even talk about true liberty. So anyone not a Republican or Democrat.
  • Excellent idea--but who will lead us? I say--f--k the govt's tax hikes--and obama's communist manifesto plan to dismantle our economy--make us weak to foreign take-overs--and ruin our ability to be self-sufficient! He is a plague on us--and I hope the next 1,400 days--he's bed ridden and sickly so he cannot proceed with his monster plan.
  • I think that the conservatives of all ends of the party (far right , middle, left of middle) will just say no.
  • kinda reminds ya of pre-nazi Germany circa mid 1930's
  • The paranoia level is rising! It. Is. Hilarious! I had no idea so many people out there are conspiracy theorists.
  • Good idea. We should seize their assets, too !
  • attacks..what are you talking about? sounds like you're working on a revolution....in your own mind.
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  • Capitalism doesn't require government intervention. When you force companies for example, to pay for useless measures. Like workers comp, unions, licenses, permits, and so fourth. (It all adds up and becomes too expensive) You drive their incentive to be in America. It even happens inside of America from state to state. California is too expensive to have a factory in because it's so die hard liberal with Unions and Workers Comp. So they all move to Texas. Ask anyone that works for a major payroll company that knows taxes well. They will tell you this. The more you restrain Capitalism, the more it turns into a monopoly, the more it shifts. If you let it be free and open. Competition will always arise, someone will always want to be better then what the status qou is. The best example of this is Fast Food. It's so diverse, so many choices it's a very competitive industry. The best example of government intervention that ruined a free market would be oil companies and banks. If Banks where not forced to give bad loans (CRA), or had so many hard regulations that restrict growth, you would have many small banks forming. Instead with massive regulations, small banks can't afford to compete, so very few survive. Oil Companies are the same way, how can anyone start an oil company or even drill oil if it's impossible to drill. If oil could be drilled any where, it would be very competitive. Anyone could enter the market, you could pump oil out of your own backyard if you sat on it. Farmers in the midwest can probably get oil out from under their corn farms. Yet even those areas are restricted. You can't have massive government regulation, and expect the free market to function. Less options, results in less opportunity. Which is why jobs go over seas.
  • KO the Con's: Name me an industry that collapsed 100% that didn't have government intervention. Banks you can't use, because they got bailed out, have massive regulations, and where forced to give bad loans (CRA). Can't use Oil Companies since they're restricted on where they can drill. They're put in a choke hold and can't compete fairly. Go ahead and try.
  • Yeah I mean if we didn't have government intervention we wouldn't have those pesky child labor laws, or minimum wage, or basic safety standards, or workers comp. etc. etc. Life was so much better when companies did what ever they wanted. Damn those darn basic human rights.
  • Why do Republicans think "trickle down economics" and tax cuts for the rich work?? Study: Bush Tax Cuts Cost More Than Twice As Much As Dems' Health-Care Bill
  • Because every capitalist state that has ever existed has had SOME form of government intervention, if only because for capitalism to function at all, the government must provide certain services, such as recognition of property rights, enforcement of contracts, and coining of money.
  • Because capitalism has been thriving with government intervention in the form of currency controls and trade laws for centuries.
  • Texas has the most poverty..... and its run by all republicans..? what does that tell you? Texas looks like a ghetto... 87 percent of Texas communities exceed US poverty rate in new survey http://texashousers.net/2009/01/01/87-percent-of-texas-communities-exceed-average-us-community-poverty-rate-in-new-survey/ I been to texas and everyone i know says texas is a dump. Texas is a state that all junk flocks to, who cant pay taxes and are poor. even illegal immigrants love texas lmao
  • Because its the only way a Capitalist system can survive without eventually collapsing upon itself.
  • Just another Republican way of saying that I support corporate greed. When will you people learn?
  • So you are saying that when your boss has you work in unsafe conditions and you get hurt, they shouldn't have to help pay for your injury?
  • You are asking liberals to think things through in a rational manner. That will never work.
  • Too much govt. intervention destroys capitalism and becomes socialism..
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