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Getting back on fastlane

Vansita

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Hi all,

I was on Fastlane it feels like a few years ago. I looked around, wasn't sure what to do. Then, I started an investment company, did very well, then my partner had a lot of issues, and we had to close down (he was the trader). Now, I've restarted and reinvested.

I've opened up an accounting company with the main accountants in the US, and the rest of the workforce being outsourced. We're doing payroll (definitely a monthly subscription model) with over 10 clients now, one being the largest McDonald's owner in South Florida (31 stores). I'd love to help out and offer my services to anyone who needs it at Fastlane, whether you're small or large. I appreciate any input (most of our businesses we work with own retail stores). Also, I do invest in other businesses, not long term, but, if you need a capital injection for under 6 months, let me know. I'll let you know quick if I'd like to learn more or not. Thanks!
 
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