Practical Answers For Your House Cleaning Business
Whether you’ve been cleaning for a while or just starting out, you can find answers to common house cleaning questions here.
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Cleaning Business Fixes
Ways to make your residential cleaning business better. Ideas on everything from extra services to offer your customers to how to pay your taxes on time, in full and stay out of trouble.
Cleaning Business Start-Up
Information about US state laws for sole proprietors and partnerships. Start your business strong with all necessary licenses, a business name and tax registration in your city, county or state.
Get Paid First
In order to grow and thrive, your business needs cash to pay for business expenses, taxes and self-employed you. There are a number of things you can do over the next few months to strengthen your cashflow and keep your business healthy.
Oops! How To Handle Breaking Something In Your Customer’s Home—Without Breaking Your Customer’s Trust
Oops! You just broke something in your customer’s home. What steps can you take to make sure your customer is taken care of and your business avoids a major hit? If you handle damage in your customer’s home with policies and a plan your relationship with your customer may actually deepen. Here are some steps to make that happen.
Your Roadmap To Paying Sales Tax And Use Tax (On Time and In Full)
Sales tax. Use tax. What’s the difference? Get tips on how to set up a painless tax collection system. With a clear roadmap so you pay your taxes on time and in full. All it takes is a little planning and breaking down your big trip into a series of small stops along the way.
Two Common Ways to Start Your Cleaning Business
The two most common business forms are the sole proprietorship and general partnerships. They are both very easy to set up and maintain. Yet, like everything else in life, “easy” comes with both benefits and downsides. Discover some of the pros and cons of these two simple business forms.