Most drivers don’t realize it, but as a 1099 employee, you are now a business owner and there is a lot of added responsibility that goes along with that. This is the second article of a six part series on setting up your rideshare business.
Last week, we explained the difference between a sole proprietorship and LLC and today we talk about why it’s important to set up a business checking account.
If you liked this course, we’ve got another one over at MaximumRidesharingProfits.com. If you’ve found that your income has been decreasing lately with the influx of more and more drivers, we have released all of our top money making strategies in this course. We’ll help you work smarter AND earn more money!