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A little personal advice if I may runninhorn,

I've had a pretty long business career beginning in banking and then on to other areas.
You mentioned Sunday that you want to sell cars. If you do so, of course you know it's a commission job. People that make a living on commission sales need to be very caeful about there debt loads. You never know when the economy will turn down in your area and your sales go down as well.
As a banker, I noticed that car salemen {I'm old. When I was in banking I never met a female auto saleswoman} and insurance agents would be the worse as far as doing well for a couple of years and using those w-2's to qualify for way too much money.
I've a 2nd cousin in that shape now. He is a Nissan saleman and has done well for several years. Two years ago, he sold a house that was paid for and borrowed $125k to have a dreamhome custom built. Today, that house is for sale, the kids are getting school clothes at Wal-Mart,etc. His wife told my mother that no one would believe the cc debt.
You can make a handsome living in sales if you have the right attitude and work ethic but, take special care with your personal finances. The bills are still there whether you have a good month or a bad month.
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