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Computer Used Parts Sales

Computer Used Parts Sales

Computer Used Parts Sales Start-up cost: $5,000–$15,000 Potential earnings: $5,000–$100,000 Typical fees: Used computers with appropriate software sell anywhere from $250–$3,000; your percentage could be a 50/50 split with the previous owner Advertising: Telephone marketing, word of mouth,…

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Financial Sales Representative Salary

Financial Sales Representative Salary

Financial Sales Representative Salary Start-up cost: $1,000–$3,000 Potential earnings: $20,000–$50,000+ Typical fees: Percentage basis Advertising: Word of mouth, direct mail, cold calling, Website that includes your success stories and testimonials Qualifications: Energy, persistence, ability to manage time well…

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Fitness Trainer Meaning

Fitness Trainer Meaning

Fitness Trainer Meaning Start-up cost: $100–$1,000 Potential earnings: $20,000–$65,000 Typical fees: $50–$75 per hour Advertising: Business cards, brochures, flyers, bulletin boards in health clubs Qualifications: Experience, physical Fitness Trainer Meaning, knowledge of equipment and CPR Equipment needed: Membership to…

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Personal Assistant Courses Online

Personal Assistant Courses Online

Personal Assistant Courses Online Start-up cost: $100–$1,000 Potential earnings: $25,000–$55,000 Typical fees: $10–$45 per hour or a flat rate if the service is on a regular basis (such as weekly trips to the dry cleaners or grocery store)…

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Party Planner How To Become

Party Planner How To Become

Party Planner How To Become Start-up cost: $500–$1,000 Potential earnings: $20,000–$40,000 Typical fees: $300–$500 per party or 15–20 percent of the total cost of party Advertising: Yellow Pages; direct mail; flyers; networking; banner ads on community Web sites;…

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Online Marketing Specialist

Online Marketing Specialist

Online Marketing Specialist Start-up cost: $2,000–$4,000 Potential earnings: $20,000–$40,000 Typical fees: Hourly rate of $45+ Advertising: Bulletin Board Services, direct mail, trade journals, business publications Qualifications: Knowledge of marketing, business savvy, awareness of the unwritten rules and limitless…

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Music Instructor

Music Instructor

Music Instructor Start-up cost: $150–$25,000 (depending on whether you already own a professional-quality instrument) Potential earnings: $15,000–$70,000 Typical fees: $15–$25 per class per week $150–$500 per event Advertising: Community newspapers, bulletin boards at local schools and universities, wedding…

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Planning The Sale of Your Home

Planning The Sale of Your Home

Planning the Sale of Your Home It is recommended that you find a buyer for your home and have it under agreement prior to making an offer to buy another. To do otherwise would place you at risk…

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Manicurist

Manicurist

Manicurist Start-up cost: $5,000–$10,000 Potential earnings: $15,000–$35,000 Typical fees: $50 per set of nails (for length additions) and $15 for a simple manicure or pedicure Advertising: Newspapers, coupon books, bulletin boards, Yellow Pages Qualifications: Certification in cosmetology or…

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Magician

Magician

Magician Start-up cost: $500–$1,000 Potential earnings: $6,500–$20,000 or more Typical fees: $50 per two-hour children’s party, $300 per two-hour adult event Advertising: Yellow Pages; entertainment section of newspapers; bulletin boards; networking with civic organizations; Web site with lots…

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