What are some of the easiest and least expensive home businesses to start?
I would like more info on home businesses. How can you tell which are scams? I work part time and my fiancee is out of work for health reasons. I have experience in teaching, food service and care-giving. He has transportation and security experience. How can we combine our talents and have our own business?5 years ago - 3 answers
Well right off the bat I would consider his experience with transportation and your experience with food to come up with something like catering. You would then need to come up with a business plan that would direct: how much you can spend, how big your business will be, what you think you can achieve, etc. After that I would also recommend setting up a website for the business and include a 1-800 number. For these two steps I recommend checking out www.buildfree.org (a decent way to start your page for free) and tollfreenumber.org (the cheapest toll free provider I've found). The website and toll free allow customers easy access to information about your business and give it a professional feel. When this is accomplished you can start advertising and the rest you will learn along the way.5 years ago
This is a good home business to start,it requires no prior experience,training is furnished fully.The start up cost is only twenty five dollars,and the rewards and products are state of the art.Its helping others as you get blessed too.for more info let me knowby heninet - 5 years ago
- If you are looking for a BUSINESS, go with your passions, things that interest and motivate you the most. Build a list and use that to begin your search. General rule of thumb: Never pay for a job (businesses, on the other hand, usually involve some expenses).
- Review your budget -- know ahead of time what you are willing and able to invest into your business, including start-up costs and ongoing maintenance and promotion.
- Find a rep to contact, check out their websites, ask questions, do your own independent research. Check resources such as www.bbb.org for potential scams.
Source(s)by Nuwave Solutions Group - 5 years ago