That is why I say that a goal of most employers isn't to ensure *you* (as an employee) make as much money as you can as an accountant, auditor, IT tech, marketing manager, etc. That is up to *you*, the employee. There is an inherent incentive for the employer to walk that fine line of trying to pay as little as he can in salaries and wages and still get quality work and keep employees. It is a constant tug of war between the two parties.
The existence of God isn't determined in the thoughts of man. God exists, no matter what man thinks.
"It cost a lot of money to look this cheap."-Dolly Parton.
"If you ever want to know how good your barbecue is start charging for it"-Myron Mixon
I don't know your industry but you will only be as good as those employees you hire. I made mistakes but got lucky see avatar. I'm sure you are excellent at your job and your partner as too but you will need someone to pre screen potentials employees, be human resources and manage your office if you wish to grow. When times are good put away because times in every industry will turn.
Not to sound to negative owning a business is great but it comes with a lot of work.
Why did Tennessee choose orange as their team color? You can wear it to the game on Saturday, hunting on Sunday, and picking up trash along the highways the rest of the week.
The avatar is my former assistant who I think of as my adopted daugther. She is smart, funny, likeable and a Acct & Finance grad of Fullerton and given the right guidance would light the world on fire. Just don't tell her I said that.
Rubbin' sticks and stones together...
"She is the last of her kind, she thought. No wars had ever touched her, and she had lived through three; nothing had disturbed that world of hers, where gentlemen smoked on the porch or in hammocks, where ladies fanned themselves gently and drank cool water." - Jean Louise Finch describing her aunt in 'Go Set a Watchman'