Well, what I’m referring to are the gaps in yardage. I’m suggesting it’s just as difficult to hit a longer iron than needed to the right distance as it is to hit the appropriate iron and hope you make a good strike. 🤷♂️
Pretty easy to add that up to get 100% and understand what that is. Again, meaningless.
What percent of the White race has been vaccinated?, What percent of the African Americans have been vaccinated? etc.
Before we begin, let me be clear: this is not the case here:
You own a business with another partner. You keep your money in a bank account, and split everything 50/50. Income, expenses… all 50/50.
When the business receives a payment, it goes into the bank account and half of the money is yours. When the business "pays yourselves," you both take equal sized withdrawals. So if someone pays the business $1k, you eventually both get $500.
When the business buys some physical goods, or purchases services, the payment comes out of the bank account and you thus each effectively pay half.
Here's the question:
There is a service for which a person I'll call "Contractor" charges $10/hour.
You decide to do this service yourself so you don't have to pay the Contractor.
How much do you pay yourself?
In other words, if your shared business account has $10,000 in it, and you do 100 hours of work (which would pay the same $10/hour), how much do you pay yourself, considering that half of what you are paying out was "yours" to begin with already?
P.S. It's a bit of a twisty one, but we know the answer. It's just a bit "fun" to think about.
Hi Paul, I've just bought a stand bag that holds 7-9 clubs, so I'm thinking odd then even number clubs on different days. I don't care what I shoot just want to walk 18 holes at least once a week, I have a electric scooter for the following day if needed lol...