MODERN LIFESTYLES: HOW TO MAKE MONEY WORKING FROM HOME (TELECOMMUTING JOBS)
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ABOUT THE BOOK Making money working from home has become a popular topic now that so many people have had career changes due to the economy. Hours have been cut, businesses have closed, and jobs have been lost. Other individuals have chosen to leave the corporate workforce because they want to have more control over their lives. Many parents want to stay home with their kids, so they look for ways to concentrate on raising a family while changing their work venue. Whatever your reason, working at home can be a great opportunity to direct your own career and take control of your destiny. Making money at home can range from having a supplementary income that allows you to buy that added luxury item to providing a full-time income that pays the household bills. There are a number of opportunities available. The key is to do research beforehand to protect yourself and your family before embarking your new venture. MEET THE AUTHOR Award-winning, professional screenwriters, novelists, literary agents, professional writers & researchers. Over 25 years experience writing just about anything for anybody. Owned by our three cats Grimalkin, Mystery and Karma. https://twitter.com/#!/WritersWithCats EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Working at home probably won't be the curall for everything that ails you. There will be times of isolation, especially if you live alone, so it's best to know what you're in for from the get-go. Avoiding these common mistakes will increase your chances of successfully working from home. Believing you are going to make big money. In most cases, this is not true. Your pay may be less than if working outside the home, depending upon your position. Just remember that your expenses are less than working outside of the home. You will not have to spend as much money on transportation or commuting costs. Falling for advertisements. Do not fall for those online advertisements that promise making a lot of money at home, but require an upfront fee.