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Kris Murray
CEO – Founder, Daycare Systems LLC
(877) 254-4619 toll-free

kris@daycarehotline.com
www.daycarehotline.com

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Start a Home Daycare Business and Make $47,232 or More Each Year - Work from Home and Spend More Time with Your Children

Would you like to earn great money taking care of your children, and make a positive impact on the lives of other children at the same time? If so, starting your own Home Daycare Business may be the dream career you’ve been looking for. At Daycare Systems LLC, we provide an easy, step-by-step system to start your own profitable Home Daycare Business in as little as four weeks.

What are the Key Benefits of running a Home Daycare Business?

  • Be your own boss
  • Set up your business to suit your schedule
  • Spend the day with your children
  • Make $4,000 or more per month
  • Have a positive impact on children
  • No more commuting!
  • Deduct many of your home expenses, such as utilities & groceries

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Home Daycare Business Interest / Skills

To be a successful  Home Daycare Business owner, you should possess three core values: a love for children, patience, and the desire to run your own business. In addition to these skills, each state has requirements that must be met before licensing and/or registration is granted. Many states do not require you to be licensed to be a home child care provider.  However, if you want to attain the highest level of professionalism, we recommend that you obtain your state license and we can help you accomplish this.

In most states, there is not much special training required to be a  Home Daycare Business owner. Typically, you will need to get certified in First Aid CPR, and have your high school diploma or equivalency (GED).  You may also opt to get trained in Safe Food Handling Practices, and Child Abuse Prevention.  These classes are usually provided by your county or town’s local Child Care Resource & Referral agency.

Selling Methods

To be a successful Home Daycare Business owner, you’ll need to research your market and position your business to meet the needs of parents in your area.  This will make it much easier for you to market & advertise your business, and sell it to prospective parents.  But don’t worry, we’ll teach you how to properly research your market to discover hidden opportunities.

In many areas of the U.S., Canada and around the globe, there is a huge demand for quality child care, and not much supply.  Many parents desire a smaller, more family-like environment for their children, with a loving provider, rather than a large child care center.  However, most parents are concerned that the home provider may not be as dependable as a center, or will not provide a “back-up” if needed.  If you can address these concerns up front and have a back-up plan for providing care, you will be able to sell your Home Daycare Business services much more easily.

In our Daycare Success System, we will teach you everything you need to know to market & sell your child care services most effectively.  In fact, we will provide monthly coaching and one-on-one support to help you get your initial enrollments, and stay full…even develop a waiting list!  We will guide you through each & every step of starting Home Daycare Business, so you’ll feel confident about your new business and excited to open your doors.

Start-Up Costs

This is not a franchise & there are no franchise fees.  You can start your Home Daycare Business with as little as $500.  The typical start-up costs range from $1,000 to $5,000, depending on the items you already have in your home, and if you need to re-design or decorate your home to accommodate your child care business. 

As part of the Daycare Success System, you will receive a list of all the items you should purchase for your new Home Daycare Business, and suggestions on how to keep your start-up costs low.

You may want to consider setting up a separate space, if possible, to run your business in, such as a finished basement, a large rec room, or even a heated garage.  This will enable you to “leave” your work space and also allow your family some private space for toys and belongings.  Ideas for floor plans and how to set up your Home Daycare Business are provided in the Daycare Success System training package.

The Daycare Success System training package costs just $27 for the digital downloadable version, and an additional $57 for the shipped hard-cover version.  To learn more about the manuals, audio training, and personal coaching that you’ll receive with the System, click here: How to Start a Daycare

Training and Sales Support

In the Daycare Success System, you will receive manuals and audio training that will teach you how to become a profitable and successful Home Daycare Business owner.  You will also be enrolled in the Daycare Profits Insiders Club, and receive monthly coaching calls and personal guidance on how to be successful and accomplish your goals.

 

To learn more about the manuals, audio training, and personal coaching that you’ll receive with the System, click here: How to Start a Daycare

Bonuses or Incentives
When you purchase the System, you will automatically receive one month of free membership in the Daycare Profits Insiders Club, plus $260 of free reports & audio recordings to get you started!  Then you’ll be charged just $27 each month to remain a member of this exclusive club of money-making Home Daycare Business owners.

Just think about how much better life could be for you and for your family, when you take control of your life and become a child care entrepreneur. I urge you to take advantage of this remarkable opportunity to become your own boss, a self-confident Home Daycare Business owner living up to your full potential.
Earnings

Many women feel "stuck" in their current position, when they would prefer to be at home with their children.  If this describes you, you’ll be happy to know that in most instances, your current net income can easily be replaced with the income generated from a Home Daycare Business.

 

Did you know the average Home Daycare Business makes $47,232 each year, in gross income (before expenses & taxes) (Source - Center for Family & Social Policy, 2006)?  And many of your expenses can be deducted from your taxes, which can even put a large tax refund in your pocket each year.

 

As you grow and get more seasoned as a Home Daycare Business owner, you may decide to expand your business to a location outside of your home, and/or build a separate facility on your property to house your daycare.  This may allow you to enroll more children, run multiple shifts, hire employees, and grow your income even more. 

I know women who run multiple shifts in their Home Daycare Business, with an employee or two, and make $95,000 per year.  If you decide to start a full-fledged center or preschool business, you can even earn a low-to-mid six figure income, and you will be building an asset that you can sell for a big pay day when you decide to retire.  Success strategies for becoming a winning entrepreneur can be yours when you get the Daycare Success System and join the Daycare Profits Insiders Club.  Learn more by clicking here now!

Contact Information
Home Daycare Business

Kris Murray - CEO – Founder, Daycare Systems LLC
(877) 254-4619 toll-free
kris@daycarehotline.com
www.daycarehotline.com

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