Offers advice on starting and operating a woodworking business, including setting up shop, money matters, marketing, developing a product, woodworking skills, and making a profitSo how much? Leta#39;s look at a small shop specializing in audiovisual cabinetry and home-theater systems with an owner and one employee. The owner knows from his bookkeeping that it cost him $25/hour per man to pay his overhead and salaries. ... In todaya#39;s world the owner might put $17 in his pocket, pay his employee $12, and put $7 toward overhead and $4 for profit, ... These numbers vary but are a reasonable expectation for the woodworker with a few years of experience.
|Publisher||:||Taunton Press - 1996|