Originally Posted by UpperPeninsula
where I live we average 218 inches of snow.
A rough outline of my business plan is as follows:
Boss V-Plow $5,000
Extras (Lights, etc.) $1,000
1 Year of Commercial and General Liability Insurance $4,000
I am estimating my monthly expenses as the following:
What am I missing?
Houghton can get over gets 300" of snow.
what does $100 accounting mean?
Do you have a business like a LLc, INC or a CO?
you do know why having a business set up before hand is advantageous
Are you going to Gogebic community collage?
what are you studding? ski area management?
a job, school and start a business?
I'm thinking you are butting off more that you can handle.
if you still are thinking that you want to plow some snow.
forget the insurance, but register a LLC then post a add at the grocery store or any place with a notice-board and just plow a few residential drives when you can.
are you going to skip school for however ever long the storm lasts?
are you able to fix things yourself on the fly or will you need to find a good shop to fix your truck and plow?
there are a lot of plowjockeys in Houghton already, and its a cutthroat business so unless you can plow 24-7 , have a in, or are able to acquire $30-40k in work and have a back up truck your better off spending your money on school and beer.
PS your going to get a higher quality response at the other place" plow ...site" that is.
why anyone would post here for help is beyond me, connor,