Why are there NO posts to this forum? - page 3

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  1. by   tinkle
    I would like to know how to use this forum. It is very confusing. tinkle
  2. by   nightingale
    Try clicking on the Orange Link in my signature for Help. On the top bar (gold bar) hit forum, you will see a drop down menu, go to the main page and you will see many options for Forums. In the first area of options you will see various "help areas".

    Please be sure to read through TOS. Please do not post the same question on various Forums; it is a form of spamming. I understand you are new so do not worry. We all had a learning curve to navigate the Forum.

    Let us know how we can help.
  3. by   tinkle
    oops sorry I did not know that posting the same questions on various forums was spam. YIKES!!! tinkle
  4. by   oldlady
    hello, this is my first post although I have been reading them for several years. I have been my own company in the past. I am an ET nurse or Wound Ostomy/continence specialist. I did patient care consulting and education for three hospitals and three home health companies. I loved working for myself but I didn't make any money due to the taxes. I used the local chamber of commerce for advice and help with a business plan and a local attorney to draw up a contract for me to use. I moved to another state and went to work for a large home health agency and burned out from the long hours and tons of mileage I piled up. I am considering starting it up again. I do not work well for companies, they are not focused on the patient, only on the bucks and that you fall into their role for you. David is right when he says it is worth it to be on your own. Good luck, I plan to keep an eye on this catagory.
  5. by   HarryHK
    Quote from TRN
    CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN WHAT A C-CORP AND S CORP IS? I DON'T KNOW IF I'LL EVER BE ABLE TO START MY DREAM OF MY OWN BUSINESS B/C I JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND THESE TYPES OF THINGS! WHERE DOES ONE BEGIN?
    Begin by going to the bookstore and browsing. Almost any type of start your own business book will have brief descriptions of the various types of business forms. This will get you started thinking about which one might be best for you and the business you plan to start.

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