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Asset exchange / **CLOSED** 58" wide 330D/330D and 500D/330D Multicam ACRONYM
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on October 09, 2019, 08:40:42 AM »
***CLOSED***

We're doing a run of 58" wide 330D/330D and 500D/330D Multicam ACRONYM.  $38/yard.

Payment due upon completion and prior to shipping.  Send your PO in 10 yard increments to <acronym AT wtfidea DOT com> Include your shipping address and UPS, FedEx, or DHL account number.

Lead time is 30-45 days.
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The office / Re: When to start a bank account for your business
« Last post by Apatch on October 09, 2019, 12:50:11 AM »
I did it the moment I started my buisness.

It keeps everything much more organised then do all the work from a personal account.

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The office / Re: When to start a bank account for your business
« Last post by SunriseTacticalGear on October 07, 2019, 03:40:26 PM »
A lot of businesses start as “cash for friends and family”. If you are past that, and want to “write things off” you should set up a business account. Flow all funds in and out of that account and only use the business account for business stuff.
Hire a CPA, which is a business expense and start expensing cool shit!!
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The office / Re: When to start a bank account for your business
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on October 07, 2019, 12:28:30 PM »
Do it now.  Then buy QuickBooks.  Then learn how to use QuickBooks.  Pay the $10/mo bank fee to download your transactions to QuickBooks.  QuickBooks software is an amazing value.

Accounting for a seven figures business takes 30 minutes or less per day with good accounting practices.  This includes paying bills, invoicing, and incidentals.  For a four, five, or six figures business, it should take less.

Learn good accounting practices now.  There are tons of reputable YouTube QuickBooks tutorials and plenty of QuickBooks experts and training available.  Embrace QuickBooks now.  It will be one less headache when it comes time for expansion. 

When it's time for a loan, you'll have a gorgeous P&L sheet to show off with your (dedicated) bank account statements and highest account balance.  You'll be able to pick up the machine that will change the course of your life.

When it's time to hire a controller or a contract accountant/CPA/law firm, you won't need to pay to unfuck your embarrassing spreadsheet.  As an added bonus, you'll know how to check their work. 

When it's time to do taxes, it will take only a few clicks as you already made your QEP on time and on target based on projections from good accounting practices.

When it's time to buy a building, the commerical real estate loan broker will be grateful for your exquisite presentation.  The commerical real estate loan broker is your friend.
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The office / Re: When to start a bank account for your business
« Last post by mogensbeck on October 06, 2019, 11:26:05 AM »
Required by law in Denmark to have a company account when you start a company. You don't pay anything, and fees for abroad wire transfers are the same as a private account. The only real difference lay in your interests in case you need to borrow money to invest in machines or overdraft facility. Where you get fucked compared to a private account.

It's a good thing to keep your company economy and the private economy separately. There is a lot of small purchases you don't notice when you buy it privately as a hobby.
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Platforms / WTF Accessory Panel 38 and Harness 04 in Multicam
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on October 03, 2019, 10:50:50 AM »




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Platforms / Re: WTF Harness 04 in woodland camo
« Last post by WhiskeyTwoFour on October 03, 2019, 07:04:25 AM »
Sewing production consumes all output at the moment.  Woodland is hot right now.

The printing line operator job description is under development.  Once a viable candidate is found or trained, we'll start offering rolls for sale. 

Price TBD.

Wait! You are going to print it yourself on genuine Velcro base stock?  Congrats on the expanding capability.

Yessir.  Thank you.
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Platforms / Re: WTF Harness 04 in woodland camo
« Last post by Stoner63A on October 02, 2019, 05:42:05 PM »
Sewing production consumes all output at the moment.  Woodland is hot right now.

The printing line operator job description is under development.  Once a viable candidate is found or trained, we'll start offering rolls for sale. 

Price TBD.

Wait! You are going to print it yourself on genuine Velcro base stock?  Congrats on the expanding capability.
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Introductions / Re: New to the forum, Latigo Customs
« Last post by Misadventure Gear on October 02, 2019, 09:37:35 AM »
Welcome aboard.
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Introductions / Re: New to the forum, Latigo Customs
« Last post by ShawConcepts on October 01, 2019, 06:47:32 PM »
Howdy Brother!
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