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Old 11-16-2012, 10:05 PM
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Consider these cost in addition to fuel to develop your coat of operation
Depreciation
Replacement cost
Payroll and employee taxes
Employer/business taxes
Wear and tear
License and insurance
Savings(possibly different category)

I think once you figure that out you will see that your cost will be closer to 25-30hr on the low end and you will probably want to make at least 15/hr to make it even worth it right now BC of all the headaches coming your way as a business owner

I'm glad you headed the advice and hope you continue to develop your cost of doing business. Measure everything and keep good records other wise you won't know what you need to improve on
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