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7 Tips for Starting a Service-Based Business Out of Your Home

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Technology has made it easier than ever to be your own boss.

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As a mom, working from home is a dream come true. Not only can you fulfill your career dreams and make a living as your own boss, but you also get to be with your kids, watching them grow and learn. If you start a business out of your home, though, there will be a few specific considerations to make.

One of your biggest challenges will be the steep competition. "There is a, president of a professional services firm. "As a result, competitors pop up with every opportunity. [These] often include part-time entrepreneurs, employed persons seeking additional income, unemployed persons who work as contractors until permanent employment is confirmed, and volunteers seeking experience or engagement."

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