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Source: KING 5 NEWS.COM
April 16, 2012
...........and the employees save money on laundry!
If you or your employee is collecting moneys for services rendered, even in a private residence, it is a business and therefore a business license is required (in addition to any other related and required permits)with the city and state and possibly the county (check all applicable business codes) and owner and employee(s) are also required to pay taxes on wages and tips.
They need a permit? To work inside a private residence?
Frankly I see nothing wrong with this. If they are willing to pay $100 an hr for a female to clean their house in the nude then so what. Like they said, there is a strict no touching policy and they really do clean plus they have a 'friend' with them to ensure that there is no hanky-panky going on. This 'friend' is probably a large burly type guy that can crush anyone that thinks they can grab the 'maids'. Not my thing but hey, if that's what floats their boat. I do agree with the Chief though that this is a sexual service just like the strip clubs.
@ Uncle: good one! lol
Interesting. I heard Charlie Sheen was hired as their PR person.
Hmmmmm.....I am wondering, who is going to be the first one to want to go "undercover" for this?
With all the articles about what officers and the secret service are doing..At least this way law enforcement gets a discount and will be at home...
hey, at least they give a law enforcement discount.
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