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It's a law in WA. state that every employer must offer a 401k. I doubt it's any different around the states.
NC here. Small businesses don't have to, at the least.
 

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Even if they offer a 401k, doesn’t mean you have to contribute. Many want every $ today.

Yes, borrowing $$ to give away won’t last forever.
 

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:headscratch:

https://www.bloominbrands.com/careers/restaurant-support-opportunities


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What We Offer
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with Company Match
  • Adoption Assistance Program
  • Annual Bonus Potential
  • Basic & Supplemental Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
  • Basic & Supplemental Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance
  • Competitive Salary
  • Discounted meals at Bloomin’ Brands restaurants
  • Deferred Compensation Plan
  • “Dress For Your Day” Office Attire
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Employee Discount Program on a variety of products and services
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Plans including Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Onsite Fitness Center
  • Onsite Health Clinic
  • Paid Holidays and Personal Time Off
  • Prescription Drug Coverage
  • Tuition Discount at Johnson & Wales University Online
If you work for corporate Blooming brands.l they offer a 401k. Not as a server. If you work as a cook with a 40 hour work week they offer it. Not if you’re a bartender. Not if you’re a busser. The majority of blooming brand employees are there servers. Like I said before, not one server is offered a 401k. If you don’t believe me let’s bet a 401k payment fir the 2021 year. You can PM me to set it up. I guarantee I won’t hear from you. Not all jobs Offer a 401k. And blooming brands is a multi million dollar company.
 

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ive seen more than one person predict a market crash in early 2021, the cost of the pandemic and wiping out the service industry will finally hit the fan...money continuously getting pumped into the system to prop it up...historically the market was pretty high before the crash, now talk of the "great reset" being used as an excuse to reshape and restructure everything.... I think we might have a rough road ahead
 

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ive seen more than one person predict a market crash in early 2021, the cost of the pandemic and wiping out the service industry will finally hit the fan...money continuously getting pumped into the system to prop it up...historically the market was pretty high before the crash, now talk of the "great reset" being used as an excuse to reshape and restructure everything.... I think we might have a rough road ahead
I like to think not... but then again, just taking a look at this new president and Dem's agenda, I can't see how we will avoid high taxes, inflation, low employment - the list goes on.

Best advice, start now living within your means, get out of debt, put your money into things that really matter like the basics - food, clothing and shelter.
 

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Yes, the handouts will stop.... As soon as Marxism takes hold. You will either work for the right to exist in the community, or be purged.
 
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Yes, the handouts will stop.... As soon as Marxism takes hold. You will either work for the right to exist in the community, or be purged.
And
THERE
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Is...

The plan exposed.

It dovetails with Agenda 21, folks.


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ive seen more than one person predict a market crash in early 2021, the cost of the pandemic and wiping out the service industry will finally hit the fan...money continuously getting pumped into the system to prop it up...historically the market was pretty high before the crash, now talk of the "great reset" being used as an excuse to reshape and restructure everything.... I think we might have a rough road ahead
Added with tax increase, A more higher population and loss of job. It may be a really bumpy ride.
 

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IMHO, at this point in time, our economy isn’t ruined by a long shot. But if corrupt air head Joe and the extreme Democrat socialist communist Party win out in this clear fraudulent election coup attempt, and they start messing with our oil production and taxing the hell out of everybody that makes above ($35,000), yeah we will have a crash. Guarantee. Thanks to all the idiots who voted for the brain dead SOB. The dumb asses who voted for him are going to have a very rude awakening about a year in.
 

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The dumb asses who voted for him are going to have a very rude awakening about a year in.
Decades ago, there was a big change in the federal laws. My wonderful secretary came in and said that now the big cats were going to be taxed. I smiled and said come back and we will talk about it a year from now.

I told her that secretaries, school teachers, prison guards, municipal workers all were paid monies that were documented. Business owners and people not on a reportable wage or salary form were not going to pay more taxes.

A year later, she agreed. She had no understanding that the middle class pays the bills. Sure, you can learn that half of the people pay no federal income tax and the obscure, isolated number about how much the top reported earners pay most of the federal income tax. You never read about the $500,000,000 that Joe Kennedy moved offshore and the trusts that he set up to avoid income taxes for his children and grandchildren.
 

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Yeah the rich foot the bill certainly not the middle class.

"The top 1 percent paid a greater share of individual income taxes (37.3 percent) than the bottom 90 percent combined (30.5 percent). The top 1 percent of taxpayers paid a 26.9 percent individual income tax rate, which is more than seven times higher than taxpayers in the bottom 50 percent (3.7 percent)."


https://taxfoundation.org/summary-l...e top 1 percent paid,50 percent (3.7 percent).
 
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It’s not about being stupid or not taking advantage of a program offered.
Actually, it’s more of the former than you can possibly imagine.

My nephew graduates from college in May. A few of his buddies and I talked about “the future” 2 weekends ago.

The definition of “stupid” to me is knowing better but doing something anyway. Dumb people are ones who don’t know better but do it.

Only 1 worked jobs in the summers or during winter break (and no not my nephew). Plenty of temp places offered decent jobs in warm conditions at $10-12/hour they could have picked up for a month.

Savings, buying a home, finding A job or anything remotely responsible was the furthest thing from their mind. Hell, one graduating with a degree in “Packaging” (an angle I get with the increase in home delivery, trying to make packages smaller, lighter, stronger, cheaper and environmentally sound) plans on getting a loan to take a 6 week vacation out west. His parents won’t give him the money and The the look on his face when I told him no bank will lend him $6K with no job to take a vacation was worth the case of beer I bought.

Believe me...stupid is real.
 
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