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Old 12-01-2018, 03:44 PM   #21
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Can I get say 70,000 and retire?
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Old 12-01-2018, 10:11 PM   #22
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I am looking to supplement my income and maximize my profits so I am selling this service to electrician, handymen, carpenters, whoever.

I am selling the signing, sealing, and certification of hours of electrical experience. $1 per hour up to 10,000 hours that the state requires for your license.

Fill out this form and send it to me with payment, cash only please. https://www.njconsumeraffairs.gov/el...tification.pdf
Our counties want to see W2s, plus an endorsement.
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Our counties want to see W2s, plus an endorsement.
What's an endorsement?

W2, that could be faked in minutes.

We have to go to the Social Security office here and get print outs of wages. Even that can be screwed with though. Just claim you made minimum wage for xx amount of years because your boss was a crooked open shop employer!
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What's an endorsement?

W2, that could be faked in minutes.

We have to go to the Social Security office here and get print outs of wages. Even that can be screwed with though. Just claim you made minimum wage for xx amount of years because your boss was a crooked open shop employer!
Let’s not talk about what California makes you do... there is no other state that makes things more difficult or ridiculous in price. Anything California does should be a poster board for what the other 49 states shouldn’t do... We should also ban Californian’s from voting in any state they seek “asylum” in..
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