March 02, 2010,
K.M. asks from Shawnee, KS on April 26, 2009
I'm Looking to Work from Home? Self Employment, Etc.
I'm looking to work from home possibly freelance, self employment, etc. I would need to make enough money to pay for health insurance. I don't wat to sell Avon, MK or anything like that. I've tried that and I'm not good at that. I have thought about daycare, which I could make enough. Any ideas? Someone suggested selling insurance as a broker.
H.M. answers from Dallas on March 02, 2010
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V.M. answers from St. Louis on July 02, 2009
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Hope to hear from you!
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C.M. answers from Kansas City on April 27, 2009
Check out this website. They have lots of options and you might be able to find something that fits you.
T.M. answers from St. Louis on July 22, 2009
I also am a realtor and earn a second income through Send Out Cards (www.sendoutcards.com/pinkpeppers). It's great for personal use but I sell it B2B. Top real estate agents know the value of maintaining relationships and thanking clients for referrals. Send Out Cards makes this chore effortless. Watch the video and you will see what I mean. It is extremely easy to make $500 per week just starting out.
Hope this has helped!
P.S. Insurance brokers are another great customer base.
S.T. answers from Kansas City on April 27, 2009
I was layed off a year ago from my job and became a stay at home mom I also watch my niece. I'm in the process of getting registered for an in home daycare. That seems like the only option I have cause like you I don't want to be a seller for something just look into it (daycare). Good Luck!!
K.S. answers from Joplin on October 28, 2009
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