Archive | self-employment

Do You REALLY Want to Work From Home?

  When you hang out in the personal finance blogosphere, you never run out of articles to read about self-employment, passive income, and making money online. It seems that everyone is either earning a full-time living from home, quitting a job, contemplating quitting a job, or starting a new enterprise in hopes of striking it [...]

Does Your Business Need an Energy Meter?

The following is a guest post. Just like at home, managing your business consumption of electricity is an effective way to save money, budget wisely and have more money to spend on the things which really matter. There are a number of different UK business electricity suppliers so it is vital that you are with [...]

10 Things I Hate About Looking for Jobs

Applying for jobs is no fun, especially given our current economic climate. Why? Because if you’re looking for work, you’re either (1) unemployed, (2) unhappy in your current position, or (3) self-employed and panicking because something happened that dried up your main source of income (not that I would know personally or anything). None of [...]

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