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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Mowgli, Dec 31, 2006.
And how much did take home?
I gross $3,9820 and net only $2,1720
$110,000 & $75,000 working 2, maybe 3 days a week.
A word to the wise... when you meet a woman don't tell her how much you make .... allot of woman just date guys for the money... They might take a look at you and say "here comes my next meal ticket."
That's an impressive number carcrz, what exactly are you doing to hit those numbers working only 2-3 solo per week?
Must not be a bright one with all that money, look where the commas are
Just joking don't mean anything by it...
No I was saying look back at the post you quoted. His numbers dont make sense the way he entered them
I see what you're saying... Boy netting 75G's for 3 days of work solo.. Please tell me how to get to this level... Just starting out and would love to learn some secrets...
Via my method, my gross = my cleared deposits.
Yeah, because anybody can bill 100k (then not get paid but 20k of it) and claim that as gross...
But to me, if it ain't deposited and cleared the bank, it may be wishful thinking but it ain't income.
My 1st year, deposits were slightly over 10,000
My 2nd year, 25,000
My 3rd, 21,000
My 4th, 31k
And after 5 years solo, I deposited 37,000.
I guess I figured it all out (yeah right) all along that time frame
Don't know what expenses were yet, thou most likely well over 20k, net SHOULD be around 12k or so but I won't know this for sure until I do my taxes.
..... time to go work lol
I brought in about $7,500. After bills were paid- $1,500.