I had the same issue a few years ago. The problem is that in this industry startup is $$$. Machines, fuel, labor etc etc. Here is what I did, and I advise you to do. At the end of each day, add up all your gross income (For that day), subtrack labor and estimated fuel consumption. Now you can see the days profit if you had no bills. As long as youre making some money, keep things the same for now. It doesnt make sense to boot clients when youre MAKING money. HOWEVER.....the best think you can possibly do is CONSOLIDATE ROUTES. Last year I had 120 accounts. I was filling my truck 2 times a week. I fliered up neighborhoods where we have a few accounts. When I got more clients in those areas, I got rid of the further accounts. Now I do 85 accounts, fill my truck 1 time every week and a half, and make the same money. Now, the same money with less fuel consumption and wear and tear is actually MORE money. Less time driving, more time working! Hope I was of help. But remember, dont drop clients until you replace them.