Updated on August 10, 2017 by admin
If you have a criminal record of some sort, I know it is hard to find a job. And I know that, so I’m going to show you a list of jobs that will hire you – even if you have a criminal records.
I mean how many times you try to get a job but the employer turned you down because of your criminal record that happened like a couple years ago or even 10 years ago? It stinks, doesn’t it? So what kind of jobs are there for people with a criminal record?
Here is a short list of jobs that you could get even if you have a criminal record … such as the military related jobs, truck driver, and clerical jobs but I want to talk about working at home using the Internet.
So here are 3 jobs that you can get even if you got a criminal record:
1. Military jobs (they will waive your criminal)
2. Work at home jobs (freelancing)
3. Restaurant jobs (depends on the restaurant … high class restaurants care, but if you’re working for a family restaurant, they’ll be okay if you’re honest about your criminal history. Sometimes they don’t even ask if you got a crime record)
You see, there are a lot of companies that hire people to work at home (it’s called telecommuting). And they don’t mind hiring people with a criminal record. Basically you can get jobs like customer care service, data call center specialist, researcher, or just secretary jobs.
Believe me I don’t want this to sound complicated or technical … because my silly friend got a job at home. If he can do it, I believe anyone can. Where do you find these jobs? Well it’s mostly contract work and you have to find them at various free lance job related websites.
But I recommend you learn how to make money on the Internet with Freebie Incentized Websites. And what is Freebie Incentized Websites? Basically what you do is you try out products on the Internet – and get paid for it at the same time.
This is a good way to make money on the Internet because you don’t need to invest any money up front and you can make an average of $10 per hour – which is okay if you’re working from home, right? So don’t worry if you got a criminal records because there are jobs for people with a criminal record.…
Updated on August 4, 2017 by admin
Financial Statements are a set of statistics and scores not unlike the statistics and scores that show up after a sports game. For a sports team owner or manager, the statistics, replays, opinions, and ultimately the score, are a vital part of analyzing, tweaking and improving the game. They would never ignore them. It is their way of increasing the win rate. In contrast, business owners and managers, more often than not, it seems, view their financial statements as a necessary evil to satisfy the I.R.S. They either are completely unaware of the power of these reports, or they just choose to discount them. Many business owners are happy to turn the reports over to a bookkeeper or accountant to analyze.
So, what is wrong with that? Well, for starters, when the business owner does not use the financial reports as a tool, profitability is based more on luck than strategy.
Take forecasting the profitability of the business for example. Without knowledge of past performance, how do you come up with reasonable budget numbers? When done properly, there will be at least two components, historical performance and growth projection. However, if you do not clearly understand what is going on in your company, what minor or major changes will you make? Do you have the right mix of staff? Are there product lines that are not profitable? Is your pricing correct? How about your overhead, can that be improved or is it already in line with industry standards? How exactly can you improve your score? Do you know when there is a black hole draining your profits?
Then, there is the control issue. Who is controlling your business? Do you have controls in place? From experience, I can tell you that when the owner does not know what is going on with the finances of the business, there is ample room for corruption. Would you know if someone was stealing from you? Sometimes it is small seemingly insignificant skimming and other times it is more like grand theft. It happens all the time and the business owner is often completely unaware.
The solution is for the business owner to become educated in the financial aspects of the business. This does not mean they have to become an accountant. But, it is critical that they become knowledgeable of the accounting model in place. They need to understand the language. Business finance is no more difficult to understand than most other aspects of running a business. It is probably less difficult than some aspects.
The three most important financial reports are The Balance Sheet, The Income Statement and The Cash Flow Statement. The most important Key Performance Indicators are within these three reports. It is a cake walk!
Are financial statements your friend or foe? Friend, definitely friend! Take the luck out of profitability.…