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A tool rental company can be an extremely profitable business. With the right business plan and marketing system, your rental operation can provide years of success, especially as retail tools get more and more expensive. Everyone from handymen to housewives are, at some time, in the market to rent tools. Form a corporation. Contact your state's secretary of state to obtain the proper documents necessary to form an official business, such as a partnership, official proprietorship or limited liability company LLC. By incorporating, you will have the ability to purchase tools and pay other expenses in your company's name and create a personal tax shelter.
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Starting a party rental business of your own will mean you can help other party hosts find the equipment they need. Plus, if you love throwing parties and have creative ideas, you can make suggestions to increase your sales while helping hosts create unforgettable parties. Party rental businesses offer a large volume of expensive supplies that are must-haves for larger parties. These businesses often have a comprehensive inventory of items for a host to choose from, allowing a customer to do nearly all of their supply shopping from one business.
Published Mar. In a survey of over 70, business owners, CEOs, managers, and procurement professionals between and , Purchasing. Whether this increase in rentals is due to the ailing economy or due to other socioeconomic trends , the rental movement is likely here to stay. Like with every new trend, there is apprehension about renting construction equipment. Is it really more cost-effective to rent over buy?