Starting a new business venture is exciting. However, with all the work that goes into it and the fact that these businesses often fail within the first year (or two), it’s important to understand all of the startup costs involved before getting started.
Legal fees can be the most expensive part of starting a business. Your lawyer is who you’ll rely on to help navigate through all the legal issues that can occur during your startup process.
The type of vehicle you need will depend on the specific nature of your business. If you are going to be transporting large amounts of goods or people, a truck or van is necessary. If you’re just doing local deliveries, an SUV or van may suffice. Once you have a vehicle, there’s still more costs to consider before getting on the road: fuel costs and maintenance fees. Newer vehicles usually use less gas than older ones, however, if it does cost more than expected, it could significantly hurt your bottom line.