Random business advice #19

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  1. TJ Temple

    Excited for both of them. 

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  2. TJ Temple

    Do you want us to pose questions on here for your business videos? 

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  3. Guy Steele

    Awesome. Can you explain a little bit on how balloon twisters file taxes. I
    think I remember you saying that you are in Canada. I’m in the U.S. but I
    pay 8% sales tax on selling products. Do balloon twisters sell retail
    products? Would a balloon be considered a product? People do hire us for
    balloons so technically we make stuff but they also hire us for the antics.
    So there is a service aspect to it as well. Could you give some advice on
    how to differentiate or file those types of expenses or something? Thanks
    Warren

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  4. warrenann

    T J Temple. You can leave questions here or on other videos. I will try to
    answer the ones I can. 

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  5. TJ Temple

    How do you deal with taking tips do you have a tip jar or just take them by
    hand? If you do restaurant work how long do you spend on each balloon. 

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  6. TJ Temple

    Thought of a couple more. How do you deal with a balloon request you don’t
    know how to make or don’t have the supplies available to make. Is there a
    certain minim age limit to getting a balloon from you? How do you justify
    to restaurant owners to pay you instead of just working for tips,
    especially at a Buffett? Where can we find videos on line or otherwise Of
    balloon artists performing doing line work or restaurant work.

    Thanks in advance. 

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