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AngelaVA

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About AngelaVA

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    candles soap
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    Virginia Beach
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    Attorney

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  1. Hello there! By the look of things you are not active here anymore, but I am going to ask anyway. In the archives you offered an Excel spreadsheets for calculating FO's. Is there any possible way I could still receive one? Pretty please if you still have it? Thank you. email addy: red_135@yahoo.com

  2. I've only told you to search a couple of times and it was well warranted. Seems like every one of your posts asks for this or that fragrance. Gets rather annoying at times.
  3. Cinnamon Bun FO is a much discussed topic here. A search would likely reveal many posts on the topic.
  4. I've poured (and sold) it in both light pink and light purple
  5. Try doing a search on here and on the old board for this wax. You'll find lots of information and wick recommendations
  6. I had good luck with square masons, 8 oz jj and metro jars
  7. Your site is amazing! And is it terrible that I'm already fantasy-shopping on your site, even though the last thing I need is one more candle/soap/bath product in the house, lol. Seriously though - that grumpy butter is calling my name
  8. Here's the list, between JS, BCN, Peaks and ICS who would you choose for these scents Amish Harvest - Peak Banana Nut Bread - Peak Blueberry Muffins Vanilla Hazelnut - Peak Cinnamon Bun - JS (Cinnamon Roll with Vanilla Frosting) Pumpkin Pie Spice - JS Jamaica Me Crazy - Peak Juicy Pineapple Honeysuckle - Peak Vanilla Butternut Crunch - JS Clean Cotton - KY (I know it's not on your list) Clothes Line - ICS Spruce Christmas Tree - Peak Snow Angels Jack Frost - JS Peppermint kisses Pink Sugar - ICS Sweet Pea - PeakOther Scents we like Lovespell - Peak Sage and Citrus - JS MacIntosh Bayberry - JS CaribbeanHoliday Mulberry - JS Balsam Home for the Holidays - Peak Lilac - Peak Lavender - JS Lavender Tangerine and Lavender Vanilla Fresh Cut Roses - Peak Mandarin Bamboo Starfruit & Mango - JS Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice Nana’s Apple Butter - JS - a must for the fall season Grandma’s Kitchen - JS Country Kitchen Black Currant Red Currant Claire Burke Original Herbal Ecstasy Midsummer Night Ocean Mist - ICS Moonlight Path Tuscan Nights Snowy Pine *I heard Farmhouse had a GREAT version of this scent
  9. Ooo, I want to try that one, so please post a review. I've asked for a gift certificate to Daystar for my birthday, so I'm already fantasy shopping, lol
  10. I've used the Ball Elite jars and 8oz tins and I've never had a problem (fingers crossed and knocking on wood here)
  11. I see your confusion now. The post of mine you are referring to was my answer to Ollivander's question regarding having a sole prop. vs. an LLC. My answer was short and simple because her question was short and simple. She simply wanted to know if being a sole proprietor with insurance would be enough for selling at craft shows. I responded by explaining the general difference between the two business forms. That's all. Also, your statement seemed to be a blanket statement because you did not explain how or why someone could be held personally liable. I responded to clear up that potential confusion. I don't understand why you are taking this so personally. I meant no offense by any of my posts.
  12. I quoted your post because it was a little misleading. Your post stated that an owner in an LLC may be sued personally. This is a blanket statement and one that is not necessarily true. I wanted people to understand that having an LLC does give them protection from personal liability when they run the LLC properly.
  13. Okay, you are completely taking my post out of context. Here is my entire post: There is always liability, but with an LLC, the owner/director is not personally liable. You may be sued in your capacity as a director or shareholder, but not personally. The only way that you can be held personally liable is if you fail to keep the proper corporate formalities or breach a duty of loyalty or care. You only quoted my first sentence, but if you read my entire post, as well as all of my other posts in this thread, you will see that I clearly state that personal liability is a possibility. If a director does not keep the proper corporate formalities or if he breaches a duty of loyalty, then he can be held personally liable. I really don't understand what your point is. I never said that there wouldn't be personal liablity. Therefore, I was never misleading. I am trying my best to keep people from being mislead by informing them that an LLC, in and of itself, may not completely protect someone from liablity. And I post in the terms that I do because those are the terms that are in most state statutes, particularly in the statutes of my state. Nolo books and websites are very general in information and they are not always correct. It's a good starting place, but not a substitute for getting advice from a licensed attorney in your state. It honestly seems like you are trying to argue with me, but you are agreeing with me at the same time. Strange.
  14. Thank you for the link, but seeing as how I have completed law school, the bar exam and am now practicing business law in a large law firm, I don't need to read a nolo article about LLC formation. I would be very careful about those nolo articles and books, since they are general statements of the law and not always correct for your application. They are also not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. I also think that you are misunderstanding me a bit. As I said in my earlier post, the laws in every state differ, but generally, doing something "illegal or unethical" would be considered a breach of either corporate formalities or an owner's duty of care/loyalty. What qualifies as a corporate formality and the standards for duties of care and loyalty will vary from state to state. If there is a breach of these duties, the court will "pierce the veil" of the corporation and render the owner personally liable. I never said that there could not be personal liability. In fact, if you read my other posts in this thread, you will see that I harp on the fact that simply having an LLC is absolutely not enough to protect someone from beng held personally liable. You seem to be arguing with me, but I honestly don't understand what you are disagreeing with.
  15. There is always liability, but with an LLC, the owner/director is not personally liable. You may be sued in your capacity as a director or shareholder, but not personally. The only way that you can be held personally liable is if you fail to keep the proper corporate formalities or breach a duty of loyalty or care.
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