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Old 09-03-2013, 01:13 AM
Bryan27 Bryan27 is offline
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I wouldn't even consider leaving your full time job before you've even seen the accounts. Hell, they may be losers at $65k. Walk the properties, find out the scope of work they want done, figure out what equipment you'll need, how many man hours the work will take, how much material it will take, how much it's going to cost you to do the work and how much profit you want to make. THEN evaluate if it's a good move to make or not. I've taken calculated risks, we all have. Getting in over your head maintaining a lawn is not the same as getting in over your head in a lot of other businesses, you can work your way out of this as long as it is profitable.
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