Self Employed Cleaners? Can I pick your brain?

Im 24 year old female looking to become a self employed cleaner/housekeeper but I dont know where to start.

I know what it is I need to do but in which order do I do them? Here's my list, please could someone help me put things in order of when these should be done?

1) Get public liability insurance
2) Advertise myself
3) Register with HMRC as self employed
4) Meet my potential clients and actually start working
5) Buy cleaning products
6) Pay tax and National Insurance

I already have business insurance on my car

Also how much should I charge per hour?

I would like to be paid cash in hand but I know some clients may want to pay by direct debit, how do I set up a direct debit?

Do I need a name for my 'business'? I am hoping to employ more staff in the future.

Should I wear a uniform whilst I am still my only cleaner?

Is there anything I have missed out?

Should I make an offer of a free first clean (1 hour) to all new clients just to gain interest and so they can see my work and maybe encourage them to hire me? And also help gain more new clients by word of mouth?

Also what should I put on my advertising leaflets?

Thank you in advance for your help.
Asked Aug 22, 2013
Please leave my brain alone. I would much prefer if you did not pick it.
Answered Aug 21, 2015
The self employed cleaning is more safe for your accessories. Continuous cleaning makes the way of technique automatically. It is profitable for both physical exercise and money saving.
Answered Dec 30, 2015

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