Your Airbnb LTR tenant stops paying rent, strictly talking only about Airbnb side, what does Airbnb do and how far/much are they willing to help you?
Let's skip the legal process of eviction. I know all about LTR. No need to talk about lawyers and notices to vacate. I only want to know about the Airbnb side. The right-in-the-gut answer is "Nothing. They will do absolutely nothing" Does Airbnb keep sending you rent and Airbnb sends the tenant to collections? Does Airbnb send you a message that the card on file doesn't work? Does Airbnb contact the tenant? Does Airbnb tell you you should begin legal action, wipe their hands like a casino card dealer and get up from their station and leave?
I have a very specific situation and would love adxive for my best course of action.
To start, i understand budgeting and saving money and investing and such. I am an intelligent and receptive individual. I have made mistakes that are costing me financially and have set me back quite a bit. I want to move forward and get debt free as fast as possible. So here we go. I currently work as a casino card dealer. Working full tim i make roughly 60 thousand dollars every year (america) before tax. I live in Washington state so i only pay federal taxes. After taxes that breaks down to around 4000$/month. My current debt is as follows: 3 credit cards. #1 is 6500$ (200$/month) #2 is 5800$ (175$/month) #3 is 3800$ ( i pay 200$/month because my phone automatically charges to that card. One personal loan: 245$/month Car and insurance: 500$/month My other monthly expenses are 650$ rebt (i have a roomate) 100$/month for dog food 80$/ month for internet 100$> for electric 100$> for gas 250$> for food 100$> personal hygiene, toilet paper, etc. This breaks down to around 2700$/ month. Now i understand that leaves ample room to make extra payments, which i have been doing. The reason im posting is because i made a very foolish mistake, which i do not remember doing. I got a dui/hit and run on a fence. The lawyer fee is going to be 6000$. Deoending on the outcome i could be paying anywhere from 2500$ to 5000$ in fines. What i need advice on is how do get out of debt as fast as humanly possible. I want to buy a house as soon as my debt is eliminated so bankruptcy is not something i truly want to entertain, nor anything else that will damage my credit score. Speaking of which, my credit score is currently in the low 600's due to credit utilization. I have never had a late payment. I know the basics, dont spend anything i dont need to, pay off higher interest debt as a priority to limit new debt being accrued. What i need to know is everything else i can do to pay this all of as fast as i can without harming my future home buying potential. Bonus points if anyone has any advice concerning DUI's as i have not been to trial yet. I work night shifts so puboic transportation is not an option and an uber to and from work is an additional 40$/ day or 800$/ month. Sorry for the long ass post. I am very focused on my goals and see no point in beating my head against the wall over my past mistakes. I can only move forward and i greatly appreciate all the help i can get. Thank you.
How important are benefits(health, vision, dental, 401k)? I have a job offer that would require me to become part time but double or even triple my income.
Like the title says, I have a job offer that would double or even triple my income but I would lose my benefits become they would only hire me part time. I am a casino card dealer. As a dealer I rely on tips. I average a hundred a night. The current casino I work at is fine but there is another casino that's making bank for the dealers. Some dealers making 200-300 a night upwards to 500+. More potential but no benefits until I learn enough games to be full timer. What do you guys think?
I work as a casino card dealer, and get off of work when the sun comes up. It is difficult to meet friends or dates with this schedule. Where do the Las Vegas night-shift guys congregate and socialize?
Im reading up on strategy and it says "the dealer designates one of the players to cut, space and the plastic insert card is placed so that the last 60 to 75 cards will not be used." Wouldnt they just use a standard 52 deck? If they dont use a standard size deck does that change the strategy?
[PC][Early 2000's]English (and other languages) child educational game
Platform(s): PC Genre: Educational Estimated year of release: 1999-2003 Graphics/art style: Cartoonish / PAINT Notable characters: I remember some sort of "casino card dealer" that was dressed in either green or red depending on the difficulty level for one of the mini games Notable gameplay mechanics: Lots of mini games from what I remember, with a casino thematic (~) for children to learn English. I think there was also Afrikaans and perhaps german. For example, for one of the games the dealer was saying something in English and you had to point the card in question. Other details: I don't remember much details. I "played" this game with my home English teacher around 2004-2005, English as a second language.
Thunder Valley workers say casino should not be open with current coronavirus protocols | A staff memo obtained by ABC10 tells dealers not to use hand sanitizer at tables because it's "fading the cards and making them sticky."
Hello All, I'm writing this as I'd like a reflecting point. I'm not particularly good at writing so please bare with me. Feel free to ask me to clarify anything. Background: I received my bachelors degrees in Accounting and Finance at the age of 29 (I'm 34 now). At all of my accounting jobs, there was always dead time that drove me crazy. Pretending to work just isn't my thing. Nor was my salary worth sticking it out in my mind. A little over a year ago I wanted to try something different so I became a Casino Card Dealer in a different state. For personal reasons, I ended up leaving this industry as well. Since I was about 24 I've wanted to start my own business. Just the idea of it sounded cool. I learned more about business while attending college. The theory of it all didn't sound too bad. But when it came to actually starting a business, I chickened out and wasn't confident enough when it came to applying ideas to real life. Fast forward a bit, I saw my friend who got me into the casino job start a handyman business. To this day, he is doing fairly well and I occasionally help him out. While I was still working one of my casino jobs I got my contractors license, insurance and bond to start a painting business. I figured I could wing it by watching Youtube videos. The start up costs were so low that it didn't really take much to get started. Where I am now? Business is slow. There is so much to learn. Marketing seems to be my biggest challenge. I'm not particularly good at sales but I do close enough of them when the phone actually does ring. I also work gig apps to bring in revenue which helps supplement my income. Painting Business:
My Revenue since starting last May 2018 is around 7k. Most of it is profit.
Advertising has only been through Craigslist.
About 1/3 of my estimates turned into jobs.
I'm currently working on a new website (Weebly site builder sucks, will use Wordpress going forward)
Haven't decided if I'll move forward with advertising with this business
Will consider sub contracting work out
I only provide interior work. Exterior work is dangerous here and I don't feel comfortable getting someone else to do it just to grow my business. I currently picked up a $2500 job which starts tomorrow. Profit Margin is estimated at 90%. Will take 3-4 days to complete with my wife's help.
Painting has led me to work on odd jobs where customers were okay with me learning how to do them (I have a general contractors license and my insurance covers this type of work).
I've worked on fencing, framing, drywalls, and decking.
I've brought in about 4k in revenue working these types of jobs. A majority of this was profit (I did have to buy tools but materials were provided or reimbursed).
I'm am somewhat of an introvert so conversing is sometimes difficult for me. For the longest time I never picked up the phone initially and only responded to those who left messages (This is a terrible way to do business). A customer I've worked for since May introduced me to someone who repairs appliances. I was going to take over his business but the income in the meantime is too low for me to survive on. He had me start my own appliance business to avoid having me as an employee. I decided to go on my own. Appliance Repair:
I've been in business for a little over a month
I'm averaging 1-3 calls a week
My Gross Profit is around 1k
This is the business I'd like to grow. Service calls take about an hour and I can charge $100+ in labor per call. About 50% of the jobs don't require changing any parts which increases my hourly if I don't have to return.
My success rate in repairs is currently at 100%. This will change however.
Marketing is challenging and leads are expensive. I have tried Google Ads and Bing Ads (Bing seems like trash). I'm considering hiring a Google Ads specialist. Local SEO is difficult and have discovered that my website will need to be upgraded (Used Dreamixer which looks good but I'm missing out of features and customization). I'm currently setting up a Thumbtack profile (Their leads are expensive as well). Craigslist has actually been my cheapest option but does not generate enough calls.
There is a decent amount of competition but I only need a small amount of market share to stay afloat.
This industry is similar to plumbing. I will constantly need to find new clients. Property Management companies may be my best bet for repeat business.
Brand awareness is important. Will have to invest in this more later.
All in all, business does come my way and I just need to figure out how to get more of it. I'm currently working on getting reviews which I hope will help with organic searches. My main goal is to receive 10-15 service calls a week for my appliance repair business. I can be lazy at times but as I'm opposed to working another casino or accounting job I have spent a lot of time working on my business. A lot of it has been on the back end of things. There is still a lot for me to learn so any constructive criticism is welcome. I'll post again in a few months. Hopefully business will be better in the Summer!
Hello reddit. I'm 26, and I should be able to make my own decisions and vocation choices in my life at this point. But I still live at home. I went to one interview/test session for a casino dealer position in my town and I fell in love with the job. I know this is what I want to do, but I'm pretty sure I failed the test. I have the personality for it, I'm sure that I'm friendly and professional enough, but it's a fact that I did horribly on the maths skills, chips skills and card reading test. All I know is that I blanked out when I was doing the dexterity test with the cards on the table for blackjack. It was my first time, but I felt so at ease on the dealer side of the table. I was so into the zone that I couldn't even recall which card I placed and in what order on the table. Other than the fact that I fell in love with a job tonight is that I know my parents would flip and have a heart attack if they found out I was working night shifts as a casino dealer. My parents always highlighted sleeping early at night to be that early bird to wake up and catch the day's sunshines. To get a unionized job that works by the office hours of M-F, 9-6 would be their dream job for me. But this would be the exact opposite of that. Well, not completely opposite since I would get 40 hours steadily. Another reason that I'm sure my parents would frown: I've got a hefty desire to gamble that I control really well. I know if I was working in this industry, I would be training my math skills and dexterity and I'm really excited about that too. TL;DR: How do I tell my conservative parents that I want to be a casino card dealer?
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