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Old 01-19-2013, 10:25 AM
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Originally Posted by cpllawncare View Post
All of that is fine if you plan on staying solo, but if you want to grow and eventually have hundreds of accounts you'll have to put a billing system in place as well as a collection system, of which I did this year.
Originally Posted by Patriot Services View Post
Then throw in a payroll, financed equipment and a revolving line of credit. Now you really better have your head screwed on straight. An accountant is a necessity and a huge assett, but doesn't mean you can turn your back for a minute.
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Hiring accountants when you are starting out, only have 12 lawns, no commercial lawns, will eat up a large chunk of the profits.

Go big when you are big. Until then best to keep things simple and change as your business changes.
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