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How to Start a Home-Based Handyman Business: *Turn Your Skills Into Cash *Schedule Your Jobs *Build Word-Of-Mouth Referrals *Manage Insurance Issues ... Smart And Safe (Home-Based Business Series) Paperback – August 4, 2009
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From the Back Cover
Learn how to develop a business plan, estimate your start-up costs, price your services, and stay profitable once you’re in business. Read all about getting clients and referrals, outshining the competition, bidding competitively, establishing your daily schedule, organizing your business, getting paid, and much more.
Business plan basics
Start-up costs & a start-up checklist
A sample contract
Marketing strategies, including Internet options
About the Author
Terry Meany is the author of Knack Home Repair & Maintenance (GPP), Working Windows (Lyons), The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Plumbing, and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Electrical Repair. A former contractor, he lives in Seattle, Washington.
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It's obvious that the author did extensive research. It is extremely detailed, in-depth, and chock full of resources; yet, the writing style flows and is easy to read. He gives a step-by-step process for getting the business started, then guides you on running and growing the business once it's going. He also includes the pitfalls to watch out for each step of the way. This will be a frequent 'go-to' reference book as my business gets up and running.
If you're looking for a comprehensive approach to the "nuts and bolts" of starting a business, you need to get this book.