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Old 01-14-2013, 11:15 AM   #21
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The cattle thing would full fill my ag exemption requirement and required no effort on my part so i went for it. I have a caretaker that does most of the work i just tinker and go fishing hiking crabbing whatever.
So, I assume you split the profits right down the middle with your caretaker?
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Old 01-14-2013, 01:48 PM   #22
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I don't disagree with anything you are saying
Ok Labomba, here's my post, so lets try this again.

The amount a worker can earn is based on what you/I can hire and train another worker for. The smaller the pool of potential qualified replacements the more the worker will earn. This is true wether you are the worker or the employer.

So you do not agree that the wage a worker earns is based on "market rate" for that skillset? then tell me what a workers wages are based on?


The amount the employer can earn is limitless. With hard work, a habit of very good business decisions, and yes a bit of luck the business owner can make any amount of money. Thats the dream of running your own business. Thats what inspires innovation.

so you do not believe that an employers potential income is limitless. OK, tell that to any very successful business owner. Lets start with Mr dupont, or Mr Rockefeller, or for a modern one Mr gates.

When you work for wages you will only make so much money unless you are in executive managment at a very large company. Think about it, very few people, regardless of their profession or background, or skills will ever make much over say $125K a year. Very few indeed. Some will but not by all that much.

OK, so you think the wages a worker can earn are unlimited? or are you having a challenge with the figure I posted?


For business owners the skys the limit. Thats why people start businesses.


Why else do people start businesses again???
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SeahorseII,

You left out the ambulance-chasing, blood-sucking lawyers....
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Old 01-14-2013, 04:06 PM   #24
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Ok Labomba, here's my post, so lets try this again.

The amount a worker can earn is based on what you/I can hire and train another worker for. The smaller the pool of potential qualified replacements the more the worker will earn. This is true wether you are the worker or the employer.

So you do not agree that the wage a worker earns is based on "market rate" for that skillset? then tell me what a workers wages are based on?


The amount the employer can earn is limitless. With hard work, a habit of very good business decisions, and yes a bit of luck the business owner can make any amount of money. Thats the dream of running your own business. Thats what inspires innovation.

so you do not believe that an employers potential income is limitless. OK, tell that to any very successful business owner. Lets start with Mr dupont, or Mr Rockefeller, or for a modern one Mr gates.

When you work for wages you will only make so much money unless you are in executive managment at a very large company. Think about it, very few people, regardless of their profession or background, or skills will ever make much over say $125K a year. Very few indeed. Some will but not by all that much.

OK, so you think the wages a worker can earn are unlimited? or are you having a challenge with the figure I posted?


For business owners the skys the limit. Thats why people start businesses.


Why else do people start businesses again???

OK so I feel stupid now...

you don't disagree with anything I'm saying...

wonderful Kevin, less coffee in the morning.

my apologies Labamba
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So, I assume you split the profits right down the middle with your caretaker?
tricky question......chuckle...no, the expenses come out first then we split if there is any money left. Geez.....
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[QUOTE=bfloyd4445;126558...chuckle...no, the expenses come out first, then we split if there is any money left..[/QUOTE]

Now, we're on the same page!
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Now, we're on the same page!
We always were just you didn't reqalize it untill now.....chuckle...

time fur a toonie?
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Old 01-14-2013, 08:28 PM   #28
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OK so I feel stupid now...

you don't disagree with anything I'm saying...

wonderful Kevin, less coffee in the morning.

my apologies Labamba
Not a problem Kevin, we all have those brain farts now and again.

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