Start Your Own Home Business
Your Eight Step Guide To Home Employment
Opportunities exist for home employment in areas as diverse as telemarketing, selling
insurance, data entry, typing, data conversion, copywriting, accounting, writing, editing
and proof reading, web design, content development, Internet-based research for companies,
graphic design and desktop publishing, programming, audio and video editing, and translation work. More ...
Home Office Deductions
Home office deductions are one of the perks of working from home, however, there are
clear drawbacks too. Deducting your home office can increase your chances of getting
audited. Additionally, by claiming your home office you can get taxed when selling your home. More ...
Whether You Know it or Not - You Gave a Warranty
You may not know it, but when you sell a product you automatically provide the buyer
with a very extensive warranty. Article Two of the Uniform Commercial Code provides
buyers with implied warranties of merchantability, fitness, and noninfringement. More ...
How to Spot a Work at Home Scam
With all the work at home opportunities advertised today, it can be difficult to pick out the true
jobs from the scams. Here are some tips that will help you determine whether a job is legitimate
or a scam in just minutes. More ...
How to Do a Business Feasibility Study
Do you have a great idea for a new business? You could benefit from a feasibility study. A feasibility study
is a process to determine your business idea's viability. More ...
Realistic Home Businesses
Did you know that more than half of all U.S. businesses are either based out of or
started in a home? This book is for all of you who want to know where to begin in
your quest for starting your own business. More ...
What Kind of Business Should I Start?
The desire to own a business is becoming more common as workers grow more frustrated
with the economy and working in corporate America. If you're thinking about a business
of your own but you're not sure what to start, here are several exercises to spark some ideas. More ...
The Best Home Businesses for the 21st Century
This invaluable guide provides comprehensive profiles of more than one hundred hot
new businesses that promise the top opportunities for small-business people in the future.
The Inside Information You Need to Know to Select a Home-Based Business That's Right for You! More ...
Specialize in a Niche Market to Increase Sales
Do one thing and do it well! This is the battle cry of niche retailers. A niche
market is a small segment or corner of an existing market that caters to a specific
clientele. By specializing in one product or even a group of similar products, you
can corner your niche market with a lot of success. More ...
Flying Without a Net
One of the most exciting and daunting things about starting your own home-based
business as your sole means of income is the reality that no one is responsible
for your success or failure but you. More ...
Finding Home Based Business Ideas
If you are one of the people stuck for a business idea, be sure to browse the following
suggestions. Some of the ideas may seem a little quirky, while others may get you excited
at the possibilities. More ...
Work at Home Stuffing Envelopes is a Scam
The reality is that no legitimate company is looking for people to stuff envelopes for them.
Legitimate envelope stuffing jobs do not exist. Envelope stuffing schemes are designed to
take your money. More ...
What to do When You receive a Bad Check
Many people try to save time and work by filing a crime report regardless of why the check didn't
clear. It's very important to determine why a check didn't clear before deciding on a course of action. More ...
Eight Ways to Make Money by Working From Home
More people nowadays are earning a very decent income by working from home
and having their own part time or internet businesses. Before starting out,
there are a few things you need to consider. Like what is my passion? What
is my interest? What special skills do I have? More ...