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How Much Should You Pay Yourself?

How Much Should You Pay Yourself?

Have you ever wondered what other remodelers pay themselves? Are you concerned that you may be underpaid?

You’re not alone.

When most remodelers are just starting out, they pay themselves next-to-nothing “for the good of the company.” But as their business grows, increasing owners compensation becomes a challenging proposition.

I hear questions like, “how much is too much,” and, “am I hurting my company if I take that much,” frequently from our members.

So, in this week’s episode of PowerTips TV, I’ll give you some insight into how much remodelers just like you are compensated.

How about you?

Are you on track to make what you deserve? Do you see the potential in your company? Please share in the comments below!

Want to accelerate your growth?

Let us know what challenges you face and we’ll pair you with the perfect program for your unique situation!



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