As the CEO of a cleaning company, or any company, it’s essential to have a high-level understanding of accounting and tax-related concepts so you can make the best possible decisions for your business. The objective of this 22-page book is to provide you with a high-level understanding of all of the different business structures that you can choose from for your cleaning company, and the pros and cons of each corporate structure. In addition to a deep dive into the differences between hiring a 1099 contractor versus a W2 employee, and more.
Accounting is hard, taxes are hard, and many people would rather get a root canal than worry about filing taxes for their businesses. The purpose of this book is to break these concepts down in language that actually makes sense, so you can hold a conversation with your CPA without feeling like you’re listening to someone speaking to you in another language.
Here’s what you’ll learn
- How and when do you file taxes?
- What do you pay taxes on?
- How should you structure your business?
- Sole Proprietorship
- General Partnership
- Limited Partnership
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
- Employees VS Contractors: What do you need to know?
- Things to ask when hiring a CPA
I’ve started a bunch of different businesses, and I intend to start more.
Entrepreneurship is hard, and I’ve failed more times than I’ve succeeded.
I’ve done everything from drop shipping to social media marketing to clothing to web development to residential cleaning. Some of these businesses succeeded, most of them failed, and all of them taught me more than any class I’ve ever taken.
The trend throughout these experiences is that I’ve always written down everything that I was learning as I learned it. I have a short attention span, always moving quickly from one thing to the next, and my hope is that this ADHD approach to business allows me to create some of the most interesting business-related content on the internet.
I want to be an explorer, a pioneer trekking head first into different businesses and ideas. Most recently, I started a residential cleaning business remotely. I made some money, then dove deep into everything that took to succeed and wrote a book about it. After writing the book, I realized that the knowledge I had gained would be worth thousands of dollars to anyone even remotely interested in starting that kind of business, between the time the information would save and the mistakes it would allow people to avoid.
My book made a little money, and I got overwhelmingly positive reviews from those who bought it. People said I’d saved them months of time, countless headaches, and that I had provided a more detailed and easy-to-understand playbook for how to succeed in a specific business model than they had ever read…
This made me realize that this is what I wanted to do with my life. To create informational products that actually work. Building ladders that can allow anyone to level up in the world. Writing business cookbooks that, when implemented, create something amazing. This isn’t just some blog. This is my life’s work, and I’m just getting started.
This business model of monetizing the information that I’m continuing to learn through my experiences allows me to make money by trying new things. This is my dream job. So, whether you’re a customer of one of my books, a follower on social media, or simply a viewer online, I appreciate you for helping me live my dream.
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