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Start and Run a Home Cleaning Business - What to Know?

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Post time03:28 11-09-2010

If you are planning to start and run a home cleaning business, one of the essentials that you need to know is to create a cool unique name or it. Make sure that this name is appealing to the ears of the customers. Once you have a name for your business, your next destination is your local county department to get your license to operate. The fee will usually depend on the size of the company and number of employees. And since youíre just a first timer to start and run a home cleaning business, you can surely afford your license fee.

The operation is not complete without your id number which is called as the EIN that you can obtain this via internet at the Internal Revenue Service. Just click on the link to your left and apply for your EIN number. After preparing your identification, you need to get an insurance bond by calling your local car insurance company or look in the phone book under regular car and home insurance and call for a quote. Just like your license, the fee will vary depending on the size of the company. Keep in mind that will require an annual renewal.

After getting all the pre-requisites to keep your business legal operation, of course, your next activity is of course buying the materials and equipments needed for cleaning service. Itís useless to start and run a home cleaning business without them. Cleaning material need will include dust mop, Vacuum cleaner, mop, mop bucket, cleaning bucket, dusters, cleaning solutions, broom, dust pan , rags etc. With all these things, you are now ready to target your prospect clients.

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