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<<...Um...not sure how to say this elegantly or tactfully...insurance is not really an issue right now.



Molly,

That's not a decision you get to make.

And when it becomes an issue - it's already too late.

But as long as you're going to take this approach, why not really maximize your profits by deciding that income taxes aren't an issue right now and just skip the nuisance of filing and reporting?



ShelbyBoy
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One of the risks of hiring casual employees is that you will find some who plan to get injured on the job and file unemployment claims. This is the what some people really do for a living. They can be a lot more skilled and energetic at getting and stringhing out claims and benefits than they are working, too.

And if you don't have insurance, don't worry. It's easy to find lawyers to take such cases since they collect their legal fees out of your assets as a matter of routine. It's like shooting fish in a barrel.




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