The Handyman’s Guide To Profit
Using Your Skills To Make Money In Any Economy -
A. William Benitez
Make Money With Your Home Repair Skills Now!
If you are in an unsatisfying employment situation, my book, The Handyman’s Guide To Profit, 2017 Revised Edition, can help you start immediately making money with your home repair skills. Based on more than 30 years of personal, first-
This is no pie in the sky romancing about self employment. It takes good home repair and business skills to operate a business successfully and now you can learn exactly how to use your present skills to succeed financially in the handyman business.
Being raised in the construction business, I had pretty good carpentry skills in the home building and remodeling business. It didn’t take long to realize that the home repair business was simpler and because the jobs were smaller they were finished quickly and improved my profit. In spite of the initial success, my limited business skills caused me to make costly mistakes getting started. Over time I refined my skills and learned profitable business techniques. In spite of those early mistakes, I made my entire living from self employment for more than 30 years.
If there had been someone to guide me during those early times, I could have avoided most of those mistakes. The good thing is that I learned from them. Now you can learn how to avoid all of the mistakes I made and hit the ground running with my new book.
The Handyman’s Guide To Profit helps you avoid losing money and many other potential problems encountered during your business startup. I won't tell you that this is easy to do. It,s a lot of work but my book covers everything that worked for me for over 30 years.
With that information you will work effectively and profitably and enhance your present skills while operating a financially successful full-
Use my concise and comprehensive how-
Reach out to and sell potential home repair customers in
Provide quality work and learn new techniques to gain and please customers.
Create accurate and profitable home repair quotes to ensure that every job is profitable.
Learn methods to ensure that you get paid in full for every
handyman job you take on. This is critical to your
Keep accurate records on your business activities to avoid IRS problems.
Plus much more valuable information as listed below. Everything you need for starting a Handyman business and making money with your skills.
How Much To Charge and Why: This is probably the most difficult subject for a handyman. If you charge too much, the prospect may not become a customer. Charge too little and you could lose money. It's critical to get this right on every job. Even when you have completed your calculations for a job, you have to make certain that the final figure is correct. My book shows you how to test your calculations on every job to make certain you have charged enough. I had to learn this the hard way but with The Handyman’s Guide To Profit, you will have this information at your finger tips with a complete and easy to use formula for calculating the best possible price for every job.
The Handyman’s Guide To Profit also explains how to raise your prices as you become well known in your community. This topic alone will make you many times the price of the book.
Remember, everything in my book is based on my first-
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In addition to an Introduction and a Glossary, there are eleven comprehensive chapters as listed above.
Everything you will find in The Handyman’s Guide To Profit is described in detail below.
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Like losing a good job, a business failure can be traumatic and impose a serious financial hardship but with a few handyman skills anyone can quickly start making money. I know that first hand and my book The Handyman’s Guide To Profit: Using Your Skills To Make Money In Any Economy, 2017 Revised Edition, can help you do the same on a full time or part time basis.
Is The Handyman Business For You: Are you a self motivated and disciplined person? These important attributes are critical to financial success. This is most important to you in starting a handyman business full time because you will be setting your own hours and doing all the work.
Inventory of Your Skills: Learn how to use your strongest skills to get your business into a profit mode quickly. It also helps you in making certain the work your choose is familiar to you.
Inventory of Your Tools: Making certain you have all the right hand and power tools to do the work you choose to accept.
Home Repair Vehicle and Space: Choosing and setting up a vehicle for handling all your work. The advantages of having a work space other than just the customers home.
Licensing, Accounting, and Taxes: Everything you need to know to meet local requirements, account for all your income, and pay all applicable taxes on time.
Getting Started: This is critical to your financial success. Learn how to make the best of a limited budget and good selling skills. Selling does not have to be difficult. Whether full or part time you want to continue making money. How to have the best in customer service to keep customers coming back.
Contracting Your Jobs: This chapter includes instructions on when to prepare contracts, drawings, and specifications. It also includes how to get deposits on every job to insure that you get paid and avoid having to fund the purchase of materials for each job. This section also has a direct link to a web site where you can find all the forms you need to run your business. These forms are ready to use after editing them with your business information.
Getting Help: As your business grows, you may need some help. The best way to handle that situation is with subcontractors. Learn how to handle these arrangements carefully to avoid problems with the IRS.
Safety: Using power tools can be dangerous; many machines used in wood working can cause severe injuries in a split second of inattentiveness. In this chapter I cover the danger of power tools and how to plan your work for safety. Safety should be a top priority to every wood worker.
Final Notes: These are just some final thoughts that you will find of real value. Here you will find a collection of hints and tips that I have found useful over many years of self employment. Some are new and many simply bear repeating.
“This book has all the information you'll need to start your own handyman business. I particularly appreciated Mr Benitez's chapter, "How Much To Charge and Why" on determining how much to charge your clients. Something many struggle with; especially those new to the business. Use Mr. Benitez's math and you'll stay in business!”
Here’s what one reader said about the How Much To Charge and Why section of The Handyman’s Guide To Profit.
When the economy crashed in 2008 millions lost jobs and many struggled for years and some are still struggling to catch up. I was fortunate then but years before I had a profitable writing and consulting business helping federally-
My limited savings were dwindling and I didn’t have time to find a job. I no longer owned a truck so I purchased and outfitted a small trailer with all the handyman tools I needed and hit the ground running. After just a few ads in local weekly papers I was working everyday and making a decent living. At first most of the jobs were small and could have easily been handled by someone with limited experience and that was good because money flowed promptly. As time passed I started taking larger jobs and gradually moved from just handyman work to small remodeling jobs and finally, after renting a small shop, to woodworking which I continued for over twenty five years.
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