| Vending Business Opportunity Facts, Questions and Answers|
|The Vending Business Opportunity...|
The vending business opportunity is one of the most sure fire ways to make an outstanding living and be totally independent. There is no reason to have a "J.O.B." (Just Over Broke) when you can give yourself as many raises as you want. "Cash is King", as it is said, is absolutely the truth in this vending business.
Questions And Answers Below About The Vending Business...
Below are some questions and answers that you may ask yourself when thinking about getting into the vending business. Should you have more questions, please feel free to contact us via our contact page or phone.
1. How safe is investing in the vending business?
The vending business has a 90% success rate. There is virtually no overhead, i.e. advertising costs, rent, employees to pay, etc. An excellent income can be maintained just by working a couple hours a week. It is virtually IMPOSSIBLE not to make money in this business.
2. How soon could I expect to see a financial return on my investment (ROI) in the
Typical actual return on investment is between one and two years depending on which machines you have and how good your locations are.
3. How will I know if the market is saturated in the area in which I am planning to locate
my vending machines?
Depending on where you live, there can be literally several hundred locations in your city opening up every month. There is NEVER a saturation point.
4. How long is the typical warranty on equipment?
All machines come with a minimum one (1) year warranty. Many of our machines come with longer warranties and some machine parts have a lifetime warranty.
5. Can UVC help in advising what is the best course of action to take in the vending
UVC opened its doors in 1991 and has gathered much information about the vending business. We are experts in the field and can answer all of your questions. Feel free to contact us via through our web site or call us on our toll free number at 877-643-8363.
6. Do I need a license to be in the vending business?
Some states may require you register your business depending on what type of vending operation you do. Please check with your state authorities like a "State Comptroller" to get the specifics. Feel free to contact UVC for advice.
7. What taxes do I pay for the sales I make in my new business?
In general, you should be paying state sales tax for the sales you make from your vending machine business. However, some states waive sales tax to be paid on something like the "Bulk Candy" business. This question is best directed again to the State Comptroller.
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