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    jazmor
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    its a little like this im looking at getting onto owner operator/excavator
    whats going to be the best way to go about it

    sole trader
    registersted buisness

    should i look at getting into it via neis program
    how would i go with finance(30-40k)

    i have spoken to a few places and getting work is going to be fine i know i can get atleast 1 or 2 days a week to start and that is going to be enough to cover short term, from there im more than confident i will be flooded with work once i get my name out there

    roughly what would my insurances be every year
    whats it worth to advertise in yellow pages
    when do ads have to be in by

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    jazmor
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    well ive spent a lot of time researching and have changed plans a little

    im going to start out for 25k basic machine and truck
    im going to keep my day job for an estimated 6months+-
    in this first 6months i will do my current job monday to friday and on the weekends i will excavate
    the money from this will not go to my pocket
    after the 6months or there abouts when the time is right i will leave my day job and go solo doing my day job but for myself and excavation by balancing 2 trades i leave my self open to 2 doors for work, and i will slowly work my way soley into excavation and expand as i go

    getting the finance is the only thing holding me down so im going to apply for personal finance as i can easily pay it off on my day job and when i go solo i will have enough funds to cover me for being out of work for 2months should anything fail

    it all seems good now i just have to put it into practice and sort out the final stages any hints advice or anything that may help will be great

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