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Work: At Home (Freelance Or Your Own Business)

If I Want To Start A Business At Home, How Do I Figure Out Which Is Best For Me?

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Even if money is really tight and you think you have to do anything that comes along to bring in an income, take some time to think about the things you're passionate about. Perhaps you can earn an income from it. For example, if you love painting or making hand made items, perhaps you do what you love and sell your work through such websites as offsite link.

If you need help thinking about what to do, consider the following ideas:

  • Contact National Association for the Self-Employed, offsite link or 202.466.2100.
  • Read through books such as:
    • 200 Best Home Businesses: Easy to Start, Fun to Run, Highly Profitable,by Katina Z. Jones offsite link, Adams Media Corporation offsite link 2005.
    • The Work-At-Home Sourcebook by Lynie Arden, Live Oaks Publications, 2005 specific information for finding, applying for, and getting home work from different companies.
    • Making Money with Your Computer at Home by Paul Edwards offsite link, Sarah Edwards offsite link, Sarah Edwards offsite link, Penguin 2005.

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