In researching how to start a residential cleaning company, you might have run across the term Employer Identification Number (EIN). Indeed, regulations intimidate even seasoned business owners – and so you might be wondering whether you need one. We’ll use this article to help you determine if you need to apply for an EIN.
Don’t let the seeming dryness of business licensing trick you – it’s a critical piece of starting your cleaning business, and an important step to protecting your personal assets (and those of the business). Getting a cleaning business license is a necessity. And in an industry like cleaning – with so many fly-by-night operators – being properly licensed and bonded can help you stand out from the crowd – and it might even help you get more cleaning jobs.
Let’s discard the standard yee-haw cliches of an article about Texas and get down to the brass tacks of establishing a house cleaning business in Texas, y’all (I couldn’t resist). From choosing the right business structure to ensuring compliance with state and local laws, we can help you navigate starting a business in the lone star state.
Starting a new cleaning business can be a daunting task, no question. It’s important to have a plan of action, and to have a guide to help you navigate Florida’s rules and regulations. That’s why we put this article together – to help you quickly understand what’s required to start a business in Florida, and how to get set up quickly so you can land that critical first paying customer.