Starting/Running Your Tutoring Business

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5 Things to Consider Before Opening a Home Tutoring Business

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Whether you’re new to the home tutoring business or you’ve been working with the local school systems and want to branch off and build a business working right out of your own home–these top 5 tips will undoubtedly help you get your tutoring business successfully off the ground. 1. Know that before you open your […]

Marketing Your Home Tutoring Business

Friday, June 19th, 2009

If you’re thinking of starting up your home business or you already have a home-tutoring business that isn’t established in your area these marketing concepts will undoubtedly help maximize your ability to generate more business. Local Schools Target as many schools in your local area as possible and visit the guidance office or student services […]

Tutor Business start-up 101

Friday, June 19th, 2009

Despite what some say, there is very little overhead required to start a home tutoring business. This is why tutoring is one of the most profitable home-based businesses. There is almost no start up cost and you need very little training beyond a traditional education you get in college and high school. Higher education, as […]

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Starting Your Home Business

Sunday, May 31st, 2009

1. Doubting yourself. First and foremost you need to believe in yourself in order to have a successful business. If you think you will fail, then you will fail. To be successful you need to be positive and believe in yourself. If you don’t think you are a success, how can you expect any clients […]

Wesabe- A Free Online Money Management Tool

Sunday, March 15th, 2009

The Smarter Wallet recently posted a review of a FREE online resource that you can use to manage your money called Wesabe. The online tool can keep track of all your accounts, provide tips to decrease spending, and allow you to set up financial goals. In addition, there is a social networking feature. Read the […]

7 Tips for Avoiding Bad Business Opportunities

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

There are many business opportunities available on the internet. Since each company or organization claims to be the best choice, how do you know which one to choose? There is no one right answer to this question. Everyone has their own unique needs and skills and therefore not everyone is suited for the same job. […]

5 Tips for Surviving Company Layoffs

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009

As the economy continues to worsen, more and more companies are forced to reduce their budget. In many cases that means cutting jobs. has created a list of five tips to prepare for and survive being laid off. One of the suggestions is to know your options ahead of time. You should brainstorm some […]

Top Reasons to Start an Online Business

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

Have you ever considered starting your own online business? Do you wonder if an online business is right for you? Here are the answers! I found two posts this week that discuss the many reasons for starting an online business of your own. Young features online home business owner Cynthia Minnaar. Cynthia shares her […]

4 Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

Saturday, February 21st, 2009

Getting money back from the government is exciting. The big question is, what do you do with it? Think about your options first before you spend it. The College Finance 101 blog has suggested 4 ways to Reinvest Your Tax Refund the Smart Way. These options include using the refund to pay for tuition or […]

How to Avoid Hiring the Wrong Employees for Your Business

Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

If you are running your own business you may come across a time when you need to hire employees to help you. Although at first it may seem like a good idea to hire a friend or family member, there are a few things you should consider before making this decision. Evan Carmichael from […]

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