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posted at August 21, 2011 11:36 PM EDT
First: October 12, 2010
Last: September 19, 2011
The squeeze is getting tighter. I was under employed several years ago. There weren't many high paying job openings in my field so I started a small business. I have the ability now to take advantage of all of the business tax deductions and make an unlimited income.
It's like the saying goes, "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade". I was fortunate enough at the time to realize my situation and take a step in the right direction.
You should look at the options if you find yourself wondering how you're going to make it financially. Many home opportunities allow you to make money without hiring people or having customers enter your home. No need to get permission from the insurance agent.
Definitely get advice from an accountant because a home business will provide you with numerous tax deductions which will save you money.
It's worth the time and effort to start a home-based or Internet-based business. Just look for those that offer money-back guarantees or a free trial. That way you can try before you commit.