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#1923010 - 05/14/14 02:54 PM CTR Occupation
Bec Offline
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Would like some input, if you have an unemployed stripper, would you put unemployed-exotic dancer, unemployed-adult entertainer? Does it need to be that specific?
Or perhaps it would just suffice to put unemployed-dancer or unemployed-entertainer?

Last edited by Bec; 05/14/14 02:55 PM. Reason: I stink at punctuation
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#1923239 - 05/14/14 07:03 PM Re: CTR Occupation Bec
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Per FinCEN:

"Record the occupation, profession, or type of business of the individual or entity recorded in Part I. Use specific descriptions such as doctor, carpenter, attorney, used car dealership, plumber, truck driver, hardware store, etc. Do not use non-descriptive items such as businessman, merchant, retailer, retired, or self-employed. If words like self-employed, unemployed, or retired are used, add the current or former profession if known (e.g. self-employed building contractor, retired teacher, or unemployed carpenter)."

Using the examples above, you wouldn't say unemployed social studies teacher, unemployed renovation carpenter, unemployed general building contractor, would you? Use unemployed dancer.

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