There is much political debate these days about money. Some want rich people to pay taxes equivalent to what they paid under Reagan. Some would like big corporations to pay any tax at all. Some want to close loopholes. Others want to reduce taxes to increase jobs. All I know is that while the politicians bicker over what to do, it’s up to us to secure our financial futures. One of the best ways to do that is to start your own business.
Jobs don’t offer the security they once did. Aside from saving and investing, most financial gurus are recommending starting a home business, even just a small side business, as a way of reaching financial security. And with the economy struggling, the financial experts are right in suggesting that you use tax refund money in a way that will help you not just on the day you receive it, but in the future as well.
Today you can start a home-based business in a matter of minutes for very little money. A home business provides you with tax advantages not available to employees. And it can help you during tough economic times.
The key to success in a home business is to learn all you can about running a business, tap into the skills or interests you already possess, and do something every day that will move your business forward.
Work-At-Home Success offers free information and resources on starting a home based business, including a podcast with successful home-based entrepreneurs that, like you, wanted to work at home and made it happen.
During the last two years, as the economy has struggled and jobs were scarce, many people have turned to home business and freelancing to survive. Many have not only survived, but discovered greater financial security and career satisfaction. You can do the same. Investing your tax refund into a home business could be the key to securing your financial future.
Leslie Truex is an ideaphoric writer, speaker, entrepreneur, social worker and mom trying to do it all from the comfort of her home. Since 1998, she's been helping others create careers they love by providing work-at-home information and resources through Work-At-Home Success.
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