I have some things that I would love to have but, can't afford at the moment (new computer/nexus one in particular) I am wondering if anyone out there fixes computers either as a primary or secondary job. This week I worked like 2 days at my "regular job" and I was thinking about charging a flat rate of 50$ per comp + whatever parts are needed. There are some ups and downs to this.. For one I make 50$ profit no matter how long it takes... the downside is.. I possibly only make 50$ no matter how long it takes. The city I live in does have a best buy and a place called "ram computers" which fixes them.. I am wondering if this would be worth it.. if i got customers and things panned out.. 30 computers would be enough for a nexus one and the computer i want to build. Problems are.. if I get caught doing it without reporting it, then I could be fined (unless i'm mistaken) by the IRS.. which would be pretty hefty... And it also raises the question is it worth it if I fix a computer, the customer messes it up and wants me to fix it again thinking I did something wrong.. If anyone has any experience with this kind of stuff, I would appreciate any advice possible.