If you're wondering how Nick Viall is going to make ends meet after he hands out his final rose in March, don't worry, he already has a plan. The 36-year-old former software salesman is not only getting a hefty paycheck for 'The Bachelor' gig, he's getting ready to roll out a new business venture in late February that will either be a huge success or a total flop.

Nick tells Glamour that he's launching a men's grooming business called the Polished Gent later this month. Much like the FabFitFun subscription boxes that everyone from JoJo Fletcher to Jade Roper get paid to promote on social media, the box (or bucket, we're not sure) will be filled with stuff that will keep guys looking good — including the gents who need a little help getting their bears to look as good as Nick's.

What's in the box, Nick?

We won't know for sure what's in the box until it launches later this month, but let's just assume it comes with some beard conditioner, a razor, and maybe scissors for a little below-the-belt man grooming. Hey, maybe he'll take a page out of the FabFitFun box playbook and throw in some hair oil and a blanket scarf in the box. After all, Nick rocked a scarf during Andi's season of "The Bachelorette," so that makes sense.

Once Nick's biz gets underway, fans can expect to see his buddies from "The Bachelor" franchise (Tanner Tolbert, Jared Haibon, Chris Soules?) promoting the products from the Polished Gent.

It's a win-win for all of Nick's friends who will finally have something other than teeth whitener to pimp out to their social media followers.

Is Nick done with TV?

"The Bachelor" finale airs March 13, so aside from the media rounds that will take place after the season ends, there is a good chance fans won't see him handing out or receiving roses on TV again.

But that doesn't mean fans won't see him on another television show in the near future.

While it's way too early for Nick to go on "Marriage Bootcamp," there is speculation that Viall will finally get picked to join the cast of "Dancing with the Stars." The Season 24 of "DWTS" premiere is March 20, just one week after Nick hands out his final rose.

Nick admitted during an interview with ET that he'd "love to" join the cast of "Dancing with the Stars." And while the 2017 cast lineup won't be revealed until late February/early March, Glamour points out that Viall attended ABC’s Television Critics Association winter press tour and was "very friendly with DWTS EP Rob Wade."