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Knowing When to Quit Your Day Job and Start a Company

Knowing when it is time for a person to quit his or her day job and start a business can be tricky. Many aspects of owning one’s own business can seem alluring. However, the individual has to be certain that he or she can survive for some time without an absolute weekly income. Anyone can achieve this goal and be successful, but he or she must be sure to take a careful analysis of several situations before acting. The following are questions one must ask to come to a feasible decision:

Will I Receive the Same pay and Benefits?

Some people will spend years at an un-fulfilling job because they fear losing the pay and benefits. Health care benefits are very expensive when a person does not have a traditional job. However, several health care options are available for self-employed individuals. As far as having the ability to earn the same pay, one must consider the service or products that he or she is offering. The individual must conduct thorough research to gauge the market’s need for such a service or product. The most successful entrepreneurs are the ones who continue to sell throughout the year.

Do I Have the Motivation and Time?

Starting a business requires a great deal of motivation and time. A person cannot afford to lose momentum at any time within the first two years. Therefore, the business that he or she chooses should be one in which the person has tremendous passion. Not all businesses take off right away. The key to success is keeping hope alive.

Can I Support Myself for two Years?

Perhaps the most crucial question a person should ask himself or herself is whether survival is attainable for a period of two years. The individual will have to have some sort of savings fund or pension that he or she can use to get by while the business is growing. The person will also need money to purchase supplies and credit card processing equipment. Additionally, the individual will want to obtain a merchant account for all business transactions.

Once the person is 100 percent sure that he or she has the drive, time and finances to succeed, he or she can begin the business venture. The new business owner can maximize earning potential by signing up for a merchant account and performing credit card processing. Most customers these days opt to pay for services with a credit card.

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