Business for an e2 visa

Old Sep 30th 2016, 1:01 am
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Originally Posted by Must love dogs View Post
My post says the figures are marginal...
No... you said they "look marginal" which is not the same thing. Words have meaning! If you knew for sure that they were marginal then you wouldn't have asked for opinions.

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Net profit is marginal..assume the owner doing more hours to account for drop in turnover but not net. Are there any other owner benefits to add back in?how much equipment or vehicles are included . I do landscaping, and find 80% are solid accounts versus 20% that come and go. Everything hinges on quality and reliability. Quality workers are hard to come across. Only 20% of my workers are Spanish speaking. It's a very hard game lawn service. The ability to gain new custom is crucial. I think best off to keep looking.
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Everything hinges on quality and reliability. Quality workers are hard to come across. Only 20% of my workers are Spanish speaking. It's a very hard game lawn service. The ability to gain new custom is crucial. I think best off to keep looking.


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Old Oct 1st 2016, 11:07 am
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The business is owned by a white American and has a white American worker.
Why dont you like Spanish workers. (The language barrier was never a problem for me)
I know landscaping is a hard business I did do it for over 10 years. Most of my employees were white or black really hard workers.
Customers come and go it's part of any business, if you do a good job they stay you don't they leave.
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Why dont you like Spanish workers. (The language barrier was never a problem for me)
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Nothing in the world wrong with Hispanic workers. The query was as to whether you speak Spanish, as it would be an extremely important attribute in such a line of business, and obviously you responded that you would indeed be able to communicate.
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Nothing in the world wrong with Hispanic workers. ....
Quite right, and nobody here said otherwise.
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