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Business that can give 20% of return

Whats the best business to get 20% returns on my capital, spending only 10 hrs/week. Basically i am looking for alternatives to CDs. Low risk and low return

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Consider investing in film. Historically its been risky when people invested into one film and were betting on the horse in terms of getting theatrical distribution. But if you are spreading your risk in a fund that is making 5, 10, or 40 films, know there is a guarantee of theatrical, foreign, and VOD distribution, and is generating 20-30% immediately to you before profits from the sale of tax credits and rebates, something to keep an open mind about. Plus, the film business is resilient to the economy as is the the top performing non correlated asset class in world.

The IRS considers film to be a manufacturing company as well so there may be additional federal tax incentives in addition to an upside in revenues.

Plus a lot of jobs are created (40-100) every time a film is produced

A lot of publicly known high net worth investors and hedge funds are investing now. Look at films like twilight/full moon which were made for nothing and are making close to a billion dollars worldwide outside the studios.

There is full transparency, no smoke and mirrors, and you know exactly what your estimated ROI is. If IRS Section 181 is extended you will also be able to deduct 100% of your investment against your passive income

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Jan 15, 2010
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S S
Director
Lane County, OR

I have business on West Coast.....total with RE is $699,000 +65K inventory at cost. 220,000US Net Income

Can be run fully absentee.....if interested sned me an email.
goldsteinltd@yahoo.com

Jan 4, 2010
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
President
Marion County, OR

Hello Mark, sounds crazy but you can work two hours a day and do what you want to do. Check us out at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening. Thanks, Jon Holmquist

Dec 16, 2009
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My prior investor had some financial problems and couldn't put in his share of the money when the time came. I have already put money down as a deposit and I am looking for someone to provide the rest. The investment amount would be $ 500,000.00 at flat return rate of 35%. Please let me know if you are interested as soon as possible. No scammers please. I need a legitimate investor since time is of the essence. Thank you.

Nov 24, 2009
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How to Buy a Business
WA

A 20% return on what? A million? $100K? $10K?

It's better to approach buying a small business from an ODCF angle by determining how much income you need. That's a real number. A return like 20% is purely arbitrary.

It's also good to understand what types of businesses you can and cannot run.

As to the 10 hours per week ceiling, we seem to be getting a lot of people here of late with that stipulation. It's not a realistic one outside of a few rare exceptions such as laundromats and a veggie stand at a weekend farmer's market.

Sep 28, 2009

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