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Old 08-30-2017, 02:36 PM   #1
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Hello Group,
I am from northern Indiana. I am 54 years old. I have been painting mainly during the summer for the last 27 years. Most of my work has been residential. I formed my llc
A+ Hoosier Painting llc about 8 years. I keep a couple workers busy during much of the summer. Since May my business completed about 70,000.00 worth of sales. Not Profit.
I have also be a Public school art teacher for 26 years and i coach wrestling.
My website is www.hoosierpainter.com Its a Question. LOL

I will be asking a couple of question about the profession. because i am considering retiring early. and take up painting full time.

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Old 08-30-2017, 04:20 PM   #2
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Welcome. I taught for 30+ years and after retiring started a painting business which I've owned and operated for over ten years. Not long now and I'll be retiring for the second time.
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Welcome aboard Hoosier Painting from Chi-town, what town in N.Indiana are you in.
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Welcome!

I'd like to know what's a good retirement option is for a career painter. I'm thinking law enforcement or fire fighting.
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I'd like to know what's a good retirement option is for a career painter. I'm thinking law enforcement or fire fighting.
Go into teaching.
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I'm gonna be a hooker when I retire. (Fishing that is...here fishy,fishy,fishy....and BAM!! right in the jibs!!lol
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I'd like to know what's a good retirement option is for a career painter. I'm thinking law enforcement or fire fighting.
Get some heavy rest!
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Go into teaching.
With grammar like mine? I don't think so.
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