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  1. Well, that's it. After a year of struggling to keep a business afloat, it can no longer survive as it is. The economy got to us in the end. Though we run the kind of business where a recession would hit us last, all it did was give our tiny operation the opportunity to end it gracefully instead of crash and burn.

    I've already skipped plenty of paychecks so I'm down to selling my possessions. The Porsche is the first to go. You should never sell something that expensive when you actually need the money. After that goes the apartment. I'll probably move in with my parents for a few months to save up money for another place to live. I was paying way too much for it anyway.

    My coworkers are somewhat confident that it can survive somehow. On the other hand, my hindsight shows me we were lucky to last as long as we did. Still - even if you make something out of your blood, sweat and tears, there's no guarantee that you won't have to let it go someday because it's financially hurting you.

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    2. Bucket


      My business is surveys and my Porsche is a 914.
      They're not expensive. You can get one that drives for $5000, and in museum condition for $10000.

    3. Creaphis


      It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

    4. Mr. T

      Mr. T

      Sux about your business, the recession is hitting hard hey