Well I am new to the forum been reading allot getting prepared. I plan on starting my lawn care business at the beginning of the year. I already have a few customers this year, one of them own many rental properties and I will get most of them in the spring. I will be starting an LLC sound like the best way to go for me. Plan on buying most of the equipment through the winter and with my income tax I will be buying the larger items (mower and trailer). I have handed out a few fliers for this year but no new customers, maybe to late in the year. I currently have a full time job and hope to shed that after next winter just want to make sure I can survive through the winter before I leave the guarantied paycheck behind. Looking for all the advice I can get. I have a Gravely dealer nearby that has work on my POS push mower several times and only charged for parts with no labor, nice to now people sometimes I guess, so going to give them my money. I have no overhead right now and would like to keep it as low as possible. My house and cars are paid for so very little bills.
No announcement yet.
Starting in the spring