Why do ex-employers refuse to fill out the VA form 21-4192 for a vet?
VA Form 21–4192 is an application for disability benefits and like similar state benefits, it must be filled out by the veteran or by his or her qualified representative. This is a private, sensitive, legal document and every dot or dash in it can be critical, so must be accurate and verifiable.Employers have zero responsibility to fill out this form or furnish information for it, however, Social Security would have all the information required that the Department of Defense did not have. The veteran’s DD-214 is likely required, but does not furnish all the information required on the form.
How do I fill out the IT-2104 form if I live in NJ?
Do you work only in NY? Married? Kids? If your w-2 shows NY state withholding on your taxes, fill out a non-resident NY tax return which is fairly simple. If it doesn't, you don't fill out NY at all. If it shows out NYC withholding you enter that as well on the same forms.Then you would fill out your NJ returns as well with any withholding for NJ. Make sure to put any taxes paid to other states on your reciprocal states (nj paid, on NY return and vice versa)
How many staff do I need to fill 21 8 hour shifts per week?
depends when the shifts are. If there are 3 shifts per day over the whole week, you’ll need 3 full time employees working 40 hours per week and two part time employees working 24 hours per week. this could change depending on when all the shifts are, so without more info, that’s pretty much the set up.
During a delivery, 3 out of 450 cups were broken. If 8940 cups were safely delivered, how many cups were there at first?
cup delivered in first delivery 450–3=447total delivered 8940 divided from 1st delivery = 20 deliver made.total broken cups 3x20=60cups delivered safety+ broken8940=60=9000cups were there.
What questions should a 21 year old ask themselves when planning to move to CA (one example: what are the places to seek out, stay out of, etc.)?
I'll just answer broadly, since a lot depends on who you are as a person and what you are looking for in life, etc.California is like its own country in some ways. San Diego is entirely different than Redding, for example. Start by determining whether you like the desert, the mountains, the city, small towns, Northern or Southern CA, liberal values or conservative values, being near an airport, and those sorts of things. Narrow your search based on those things to start with, because all the different parts of CA are vastly dissimilar in relation to each other.Next, and this is crucial, figure out the cost of living in whatever place you choose. Living in SF, for example, is more expensive than living in downtown NYC according to several studies. As a 21-yr-old, you might be better suited elsewhere in the state. But, if you are particularly drawn to the SF area, there are still some options--more and more younger people are living in "hip" parts of Oakland nearby. LA is a whole different beast--I lived there for four years--and there are a slew of different parts of town in which to live, but the area is overall quite pricey too. To give an example, you could certainly afford to live somewhere in the greater LA area, but if you rent an apartment without doing adequate neighborhood research it will change your experience quite a bit. Look up these neighborhoods for comparison: Boyle Heights, Manhattan Beach, Los Feliz, Watts, Burbank, and Downey. If you have a lot of money, then you will also have more freedom of choice, but if you are stuck with a certain rent price maximum (as most 21-yr-olds tend to be), be sure to do some thorough homework. To sum up, definitely do your research and ensure you can afford the lifestyle (rent, food, transportation, etc.) that embodies whatever place you choose.California is a great state, I lived there for four years and I'm moving to SD in August. It is, however, wildly expensive and you can really end up with a totally different experience depending on where you choose to go. The major questions I recommend you sort out to begin with are (1) where you want to go and (2) whether you can reasonably expect to afford it. Happy hunting.