Gentlemen,I'm your typical pale, pasty Englishman. When I worked in the USA about five years ago over time I developed a nice, even tan and looking back at pictures it was fantastic how glowing I…Continue
"Tanning in doses, starting with just a few minutes every day, is often the key. I'm half German and half Italian so, yes, the greasy dago part does help!
Every year I start tanning by mowing the lawn with my shirt off. Should I…"
"I am very Irish so it takes some time to tan. First burn then freckle everywhere--the screen door tan as my family puts it. That looks healthy for me. That is what you want is a healthy look. Doesn't matter if you tan darkly or not. Where you…"
"If you get a tanning while working outside good on you. Tanning just to tan is not very manly. I come from the PNW and a fake tan is spotted a mile away. With a fake tan unless your already married you can also expect to to attract a shallow woman…"
"Being a US person, living in Florida, with Anglo ancestry, i find that I tan poorly and as you get older, it gets worse. I used to be able to get a bit of a tan, and now i just sort of splotch...of course yearly visits to dermo for all of us…"
Yes, I have. Ever had sunburned eyelids, or sunburned corneas? A family vacation to White Sands is one of my more pleasant *and* miserable childhood memories. It was a fun trip, but the following 2 weeks (I burned with…"
"I tanned and burned the manly way in my youth. For all those who aver how to tan, it REALLY depends on which set of genes you inherited from your ancestors. I have an uncle who got all the southern European skin genes. He can go…"
"Good luck with that! I've my mother's Irish white skin. I've lived in Texas most of my life and still have the tanning cycle of lobster red, pain, peel, repeat. So, I've no answer but will enjoy reading what others suggest."
"I'm not clear if you're asking how to manage your personal taxes, or business taxes/ employees.
For personal taxes, if you're paid as a 1099 employee (contractor), you need to withhold 15.3% for Medicare/SS taxes, plus your income…"
"Granted I don't have a self-employment business like you are considering, but federally speaking, it all pans out about the same.
I don't use a tax accountant and actually file my business taxes with my personal. I am issued a 1099…"
I see a market for my skill set that no one else is filling. I am a headhunter, who specializes in insurance producers, salesmen, etc. There are a few firms that focus on experienced people, but there is a market for "career changers." My former employer has floated the idea of contracting me to source candidates. The company has a national presence and the regional leaders are very close knit so I believe I could generate enough business to make a solid living. I have business plan,…See More