Anyone know of any valid work from home enterprises out there?
In order to qualify for medical assistance, I need to be able to earn taxable income of about $100 a month. The job can be anything, not even mainstream, just something that the government can count as income.
I am a self-starter, motivated and still have marketable skills. However, I definitely need to be able to work from home on a quasi part-time basis. Working in an office, even part-time would be exhausting to the point of illness. From home where I can recline and do PC & phone work,totally doable!
I have 10+ years of technical support desk experience. With experience of doing remote at home technical work and phone work. Not really necessarily looking to support hardware or software anymore.
I just saw a show called "Deals" about making money at home and Tory Johnson, a well-known entrepreneur who is on Good Morning America, was interviewed. Here is the link for that particular episode:
It might be helpful to you.
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Perhaps selling Avon products? You just place the orders that folks want and call them to come pick up their products when you get the order.
Many people need an Avon rep. Perhaps you could let it be known in your church or former workplace and if there is enough of a need for Avon products, then you can become an Avon rep.
Certain vitamins and supplements are sold through representatives also. I don't recall the name of the company, but my internist recommended a magnesium supplement to me years ago to help osteopenia, and he gave me the name of a lady that would order it for me.
That's the only way I could get the product.
Would you want to be an emergency answering service? Seems like those folks have to take calls all hours of the night (for doctors and dentists, for example). I don't know how you get such a job, but if it interests you, you can find the companies that do it and see if they will hire you. (Ask your doctor for his emergency answering service and inquire about it that way.)
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- You should not need a grand or elaborate scheme to have someone brainstorm with you on the scale / goals that would work for you, I think.
If you might have an actual business that you'd like to start and need some financial help, remember GRANT is a far better idea than a loan.
But you might have all you need, along with some good guidance from a member here: