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I wanna be rich, without having to work. What's the best career for stealing money?

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by Lighthouse, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. redpawn

    redpawn Member

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    Yeah, you'll need to put in effort somewhere along the line.

    My advice is to bust your ass building up some sort of business that you can eventually automate once you're seeing consistent profits. That takes most of the labor out of your hands after you get off the ground.
     
  2. Hampton

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    You think it's just that easy? Who the hell would loan 10M without a plan, good idea, good investment to a stranger? Not even relatives who has money will loan you this kind of cash. And if he don't have the brains he can't make any of this. There is no way to be rich if you don't work hard.

    Unless you don't apply for the Kardashians (and trust me behind all those tv-screens, they work hard)
     
  3. HRoi

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    also, repeat your client's ideas back to them.

    bask in the glow of how great your client thinks your ideas are

    ???

    PROFIT
     
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  4. GreenFrog

    GreenFrog Well-Known Member

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    +1 on mgmt. consulting

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    I literally do the above (except the get paid part).
     
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  5. UnnamedPlayer

    UnnamedPlayer Well-Known Member

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    Q: What's the best career for stealing money?
    A: Accountant.
     
  6. Hampton

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  7. Temudjin

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    If you're a great speaker, start as a local politician. Your thread title already indicates a politician's mind set so you're 3 quarters there. Doesn't matter if there's a D or R next to your name, just get in. Salary might be OK, but the palm greasing and getting to know what local projects are coming up is golden information. Tax payers are forcibly on the hook anyway, so you're stealing from them. It's probably the best job for stealing money.
     
  8. Pluripotent

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    Plus, no one pays attention to local politics. Local politics is the best way to steal.
     
  9. Fraiche

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    Gold digger. :slayer:
     
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  10. HRoi

    HRoi Well-Known Member

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    auto dealership finance manager
     
  11. Medwed

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    I agree 100%. Most of the laws written by US government or local politicians designed to make stealing legal ,easy and fun for them. You can be head of RE commission in your state and sit on the board of the largest construction company in the state and that is 100% ok.
     
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