How To Start A Handyman Business In Wyoming

Here are some steps on how to become a legal handyman business in the state of Wyoming.  You may want to start here: How To Start A Handyman Business.

Getting started– The state of Wyoming has resources to help you start your business: Start a Business in Wyoming

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-Select your business structure.

Sole-proprietor, LLC, Partnership, Corporation, etc.  Find out more here: Wyoming Business Structures (PDF Download)

-Register your business name.

Find out more about business names here:  Choose a Company Name in Wyoming (PDF Download)

If you need help selecting a name for your handyman business:  

-Register your business.

Find out more about how register your handyman business with the state of Wyoming here: Wyoming Business Registration System

-Open a Business Checking Account.

You will need to open a separate bank account for your handyman business with your new business name.

-Find out about taxes and hire an accountant.

You may want to file your own taxes if you are a small company. As you grow, it will be easier to have an accountant do the work. More info about taxes here:

-Get Liability Insurance.

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-Register as a Contractor.

Check with your local government to see if you need to be registered.

-Worker’s Compensation.

You will need Worker’s Compensation if you have any employees. Find out more>

-Get Health Insurance.

Since you will be self-employed, you will need your own health insurance.  If you have employees, you will need a plan that will include their health needs also.

-City License.

You may be required to obtain a license to operate your handyman business in a particular locale, whether you are a resident, or not.how to start a handyman business in Wyoming

-Permits.

Depending on the locale, you may need to apply for permits before commencing certain types of handyman-related jobs.

-Building Code and Inspections.

You must be aware of building codes for particular jobs, and may be subject to inspections.

-OSHA.

Depending on how many employees you have, you may need to follow OSHA regulations.  http://www.osha.gov

-Financing.

Depending on your startup budget, you may need to apply for financing to help pay for equipment. Direct Capital offers financing for equipment for businesses*Must have a 700+ FICO score OR be in business 2 years for consideration. Find out more>