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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Business Venture

My husband filed an early retirement from his work in Orlando and focuses his time to his private business. I stayed home and helped him with some paperwork's which he needed for his clients. Things turned a detour when we move from Orlando to his hometown to be with his father. In here, life is much simpler and the lifestyle of the people is a lot less complicated. My husband can not apply his business here since this state governs with another law. He was thinking to venture another business which this place needed. He is still in a dilemma right now while checking what's best for this place. It would have been much easier if he can apply his profession here but, that is impossible. He plans to consult from a knowledgeable person that would give him idea on what business is good for this place. Just like a wyoming registered agent, the brains behind this company can help others to start a corporation. Well, my husband just needs to open a small business and I guess in no time, he will have an idea. I fully support his plan to at least use his skills in providing a better service for the people in this place. Whatever business he will venture in the next couple of months, I will be happy to stand by his side.

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