5 At Home Jobs You Can Do to Increase Your Income Part-time at home jobs

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Happy first week of January!! As with all new years, many people write down their goals for the next twelve months. The most popular goals being: lose weight and make more money. Wanting to lose weight or make more money is nothing to be ashamed of. Many people think it’s a taboo subject to talk about appearance or income. I get it. They’re not fun subjects, and it can always create some discomfort. If they’re part of your goals though, we need to discuss how you can achieve them. In this blog post, I’ve listened 5 at-home jobs you can do to make some extra income this year. 

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9 Best Outsourcing Websites

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When I first started as a writer, I didn’t think that one day I’d pay someone else to work on my behalf. I thought about hiring employees, sure, but I never thought I’d pay someone to complete projects for me. I didn’t think anyone could impersonate me using words, but then projects became overwhelming and I had no other choice but to seek assistance. 

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What to Do When a Client Won’t Pay You

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If you’ve been an entrepreneur for some time now, you’ve probably already experienced the dreaded no-pay dilemma.

It often comes as a surprise, because you sign a contract, do the work and regularly talk with your client while you’re working. There’s basically no reason why your check isn’t coming in on time.

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Why You Shouldn’t Be Motivated By Money

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Many people think that I became an entrepreneur for the money.

I didn’t.

Okay, I’m lying. Money was a factor in my choice to become an entrepreneur, but not because of the value I put on it; because of what money would allow me to do. My main reason for becoming an entrepreneur was because of the freedom it gives me.

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