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Articles by Brenna Fisher
With housing prices starting to bottom out, now is a great time to consider real estate opportunities. However, since credit remains tight, unless you plan to pay cash, your first step might involve researching financing options.
The term microbusiness officially applies to businesses operating out of the home with fewer than five employees and little required startup capital. Unofficially, the term can apply to all the independents out there who consider themselves self-employed.
If you already possess a specific skill (trust us, you'll find one if you think hard enough), all you need is guts, capital and some paperwork to start your own business.
Consultants coach clients in everything from management and human resources to image, media and the best ways to implement computers/technology. Not only do consultants possess expertise in specific areas, they also must be able to impart knowledge and generate value for their clients.
If you've got something to say or sell, odds are there are people surfing the Internet at this very moment who want to read it or buy it. With an estimated 1.5 billion people using the Internet worldwide, there are opportunities to reach them at every click.
If you're passionate about a specific product or service, you may be surprised to find that a franchise for it probably already exists. So, should you go into business for yourself or purchase a franchise?
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