I've heard nasty rumors about getting licensed to be an exotic dancer, such as "if you get licensed you can't be a teacher -ever-" and the same for a paramedic, however I have, as of yet, been unable to find any information regarding said limitations, be it for Texas alone or the whole of the united states.
If anyone could provide any information regarding, and any links, I would greatly appreciate it
Tiz z my situation: I m a succesful businessgal in Brazil. My business iz producing n manufacturing coffee. The country i choose to venture in iz Malaysia. I will import the raw material from Brazil but will hav my own plant in Malaysia to do the processing n packaging. So i wanna knoe who the main competitors in Malaysia which iz involved in the same industry.
We could get a pre-approval letter for well above what we purchased the house for. Is it common practice or even possible to get a larger loan and to use the extra money to do some upgrades? This would be instead of taking our own money out of the bank, and the extra amount would only be $10,000-$15,000. Which would not inflate the mortgage payment by that much.
I have a friend with two part time jobs, but she is able to contribute towards the 401k at one job and a 403b at another. I think there is a limit for total contributions each year. I just wonder if it would be better to max out one of them to make the bookkeeping easier because one job might not know how much is being contributed by the other. I think the 403b might be the "Roth" type, but I'm not sure if there is such a thing as a Roth 403b. Any suggestions? Thanks.
I have been asked to speak to our employees about what is appropriate attire in a business casual enviroment. I know what I consider appropriate but am wondering what others think. This is for an office enviorment, and we mostly consist of younger women in their 20's to 30's. Thanks for your feed back.