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Choosing a Company Name @SavvyCleaner

Savvy Cleaner by Angela Brown Do I need a company name or can I use my own name for my house cleaning business? What name you use for your business is entirely up to you – but comes down to how your business is structured and how you intend to pay your taxes. Your company name is part of …

House Cleaning Company Office Supplies @SavvyCleaner

@SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Flyers to Promote Your House Cleaning Company There are several ways we will be marketing your new house cleaning company, but on day one – when you don’t have any business yet, we will be running flyers to announce your new business. For these flyers you will need a ream (500 sheets) of …

House Cleaning Business Home Office @SavvyCleaner

@SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown How do I set up a home office for my house cleaning business? The best thing about starting your home based house cleaning business is that you can be up and running in a few minutes with the right equipment – some or all of it you may already have. So you don’t …

The Obituaries Changed my House Cleaning @SavvyCleaner

@SavvyCleaner by Angela Brown Back in the olden days (I never thought in my 40’s I’d be able to use that phrase, but here goes,) they had newspapers. Large printed pages folded neatly together and delivered to our doorstep every morning. The newspapers were filled with news, local stories, advertisements and obituaries. The first thing I read …