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Home Business Guide to Easy Money
Important Considerations 5
Selecting The Right Product or Service
Financing Your Home Business Venture
Directory of Home Worker Opportunities
How to Start a Profitable Home Based Business
Turn any Hobby into a Part- Time Business 20
Making Money with Home Made Booklets


Because tens of thousands of people all across America want to know how they can work at
home and earn enough money to run a household, there is a special need for this report. Today
the need for women to work out of the home is stronger than ever. According to recent surveys,
almost 70% are married and contribute up to 50% and more to the family income. Because
family responsibilities play such an important part in the lives of men and women, millions of
individuals and couples are seeking ways to make money at home.

In the past decade, money-making home-based opportunities that match a person's skills,
interests, abilities, and ingenuity have become almost limitless. The purpose of this report is to
show you that it's simple and easy to join the ranks of success-minded people by choosing a
work-at-home program that suits your interests and needs. Business histories have shown over
and over again that the rewards and advantages of working at home can go far beyond a person's
wildest dreams! In fact, it's perfectly possible to launch a small business in your garage,
backyard, basement, or a room in your home, and become a giant corporation.

Your first step will be to study the company listings in this manual, and then contact those
that interest you. It's possible that you may not be interested in many of those listed in this brief
report. But others may serve as that great motivation that makes you look further with a renewed
determination. Once you develop that mind-set, persistence will follow and then nothing will
stop you from achieving your goals.

When you write to any of the companies listed in this manual, you should include a self-
addressed, stamped envelope. That will give the impression you are serious and insure that you
receive a speedy reply


If you expect any level of success you must set goals. If you expect to be successful, you
must determine what that means to you and the best way to achieve it. There are two basic steps
you can take to convert goals into achievements:
1) You can decide on a specific dollar amount; and
2) You can set a time frame for obtaining the dollar amount you want.
Your goal should be specific and indicate What, When, and Where. After making a list of
every possible way you might accomplish a goal, select the method that best suits your situation.


1)"How can I support my family while I build up by business?" This question must be
worked out according to each individual circumstance.
Many people start out on a part-time basis after their regular jobs to see how much they can
handle. Then, when their incomes reach a certain level they will switch over and go full time.

2) "What are my abilities?" To determine your abilities you will have to take an inventory of
yourself. Decide what you enjoy doing the most and what you "feel" you would be good at.
Examine every possibility and include every skill you have no matter how slight.

3) "Is there a market for the produce of service I have chosen?" Be cautious before you
invest any money! Check it out by making inquiries directly to the company, competitors, or
firms who are marketing a product similar to the one you are interested in. Test it on a small
scale. Check it out thoroughly.

4) "How long will it take this business to reach the financial goal I must have?" It's really a
question of knowing how much time you can dedicate to your business, and what your profits are
for that time. From there, a little simple addition will tell you how long it might take to reach a
particular financial goal.


Starting a business at home is a economical way to start a small business that can easily
grow into a larger one. Many entrepreneurs have proven that you don't need a huge
manufacturing plant to develop a successful business. Some of the most successful businesses in
existence today started in a spare room or garage. It isn't how you start out that is important.
What really matters is, do you have the courage to begin.


Take a close look at your interests and abilities, and then decide what type of marketing you
want to do. For example, do you want to assemble items and sell them back to the manufacturer;
do you want to sell directly to people; or would you prefer selling wholesale to retail outlets? If
you prefer doing piecework or assembling items for manufacturers, make certain it's something
you enjoy working with. If you enjoy one-on one-sales, then test the product out on your friends,
relatives and neighbors. The object is to find out what has the most appeal.


A good marketing technique is one part of a business plan that is absolutely essential to its
success. In fact, the ability to properly market a product or service is actually more important
than the product itself. Even an inferior product can be a financial success if marketed properly.
Seek out the advice of everyone in your field. Explain your needs and ask them questions.
Experience is the best teacher. With good advice and a salable product, you should be able to
develop a winning marketing plan.


The first place to look for financing is right at home. Take an inventory of items you don't
need and have a garage sale. Most people are pleasantly surprised at how much cash they can
raise in a single weekend. Next, turn to members of your family or close friends who have faith
in you and want to see you succeed. Offer to repay them through profit-sharing. Go to
individuals in your community who believe in your personal worth. If you have a good credit
history, your banker should consider you a good financial risk. Two other excellent sources
would be your local Small Business Administration (SBA) and Chamber of Commerce. SBA has
low-interest loans available for qualified applicants and your Chamber of Commerce can assist
you with referrals and other helpful information.


Anyone who is serious about work-at-home opportunities need only look around them.
There are thousands of options everywhere! There are employment opportunities that involve
becoming an independent contractor; working on a commission basis; working for a salary;
freelancing for pay; getting paid by the hour, receiving pay for each piece assembled; getting
paid by the project, or a combination of any of the above. No doubt, what you finally decide on
will depend on your particular needs and interests.
Read the following listings carefully, and when you're ready contact any that interest you.
Don't become discouraged if the company you contact isn't hiring right at the moment. Often
circumstances change rapidly. Use your imagination to convince an employer there are great
advantages to giving you work! Be a self-motivator and continue moving forward towards the
goals you want and deserve. Do it starting NOW!


Experience, training or licensing may be needed for some businesses.

Perhaps you love children. Perhaps you have children of your own and the idea of taking care of a few more for part of the day appeals to you. Child-care needs continue to soar in the United States. Many people prefer the option of their child being cared for in a home environment while they are at work, opposed to a more institutional-like setting. These things mean that a homebased childcare business can get off and running immediately.

Create a flier outlining your services. Before you do that, you need to know what those services will be. Do you want to simply do bookkeeping for a small business? A more involved level of accounting would be do actually work up balance sheets, income statements, and other financial reports on a monthly, quarterly, and/or annual basis, depending on the needs of the business. Other specializations can include tax accounting, a huge area of potential work. Many business owners don't mind keeping their own day-to-day bookkeeping records but would rather get professional help with their taxes.

In many parts of the country, this business tends to be seasonal, but you can find ways around that. Rent a storage unit and offer to store people's bicycles over the winter after you do a tune-up and any needed repairs on them. If you want to cater to the Lance Armstrong wannabes, you can have business all year round. These road race riders are training through snow, sleet and dark of night. Some of them work on their own bicycles, but many of them don't, so you can get their business all year. And if you keep Saturday shop hours, you can be sure you will have a group of enthusiasts coming by to talk all things cycling.

Boats that are hauled out of the water for the winter or even just for mid-season repairs will need the hull cleaned. And depending on the type of boat, it is a good time to give a major cleaning everything else too--the decks, the sleeping quarters, the head, and the holds. Start by approaching homes that have a boat sitting in the yard. Or you could market your services to the marina to contract you to do the boat cleaning it offers to customers.

Offer a soup-to-nuts business plan, including market research, the business plan narrative and the financial statements. Plan your fee around the main one that the client will want and offer the others as add-on services. You can give clients an electronic file and allow them to take it from there, or you can keep the business plan on file and offer the service of tweaking it whenever necessary. Have business plan samples to show clients--and make sure to include your own!

Learning to be a chimney sweep may mean nothing more than apprenticing with someone already in the business. By becoming a chimney expert, you can combine a chimney sweep business with a chimney inspection service--covering more than just whether or not the chimney needs cleaning but whether the chimney is in good working order or in need of repair.

There are many directions you can take this business. If you want to work during hours when no one else does, you can focus on office clients. You can focus on retail businesses and keep your customers clumped into one or two blocks. Restaurants are in great need of daily thorough cleaning and can be a great source of steady clients. Perhaps you would be more interested in house cleaning. Many times with cleaning services you don't have to spend lots of money on advertising or marketing because your customers will come by word of mouth.

Study the main types of software that system users will want--word processing, photo manipulation software, mail merge, spreadsheet, design and especially security software. Investigate all the components--monitor types in all their varieties; keyboards, from wired to ergonomic to wireless; mouse types; as well as peripheral components like printers and scanners. Become completely familiar with all the ISPs (internet service providers) available in the market area you plan to cover. Establish yourself as the guru who can meet the needs of the personal computer user, the small business or a larger corporation.

To be a consultant, you need to have an expertise in something so you can market yourself as an advisor to others looking to work in that area. Perhaps you managed several large warehouses in your career with a drugstore company, you did all the marketing for many years for a large shoe manufacturer or you set up a chain of beauty supply shops or take-out restaurants. You can use this experience to help others do similar things without making the same mistakes that you made along the way.

Pets are phenomenally popular in the U.S. While many people are willing to adopt from animal shelters, others are looking for a specific breed. Purebred dogs are more popular than ever and can command large sums of money. But becoming a dog breeder is serious business catering to savvy consumers with high expectations of their pet purchases. You will need to establish yourself as a conscientious breeder who cares about the health and welfare of the animals you bring into the world.

Here are some of the editorial services you can provide from the quiet of your own home:

  • Copyediting. This is where fact checking takes place, and where grammatical, stylistic and typographical errors are caught.
  • Proofreading. This is the last stop for a "finished" piece. The proofreader makes sure the copyediting changes have been properly made and no new errors are created in the process.
  • Indexing. There are indexing courses available and you can get indexing software.
  • Developmental editing. A developmental editor works with a manuscript on big-picture things like organization and content issues.
  • Book doctoring. This is an editorial service provided for manuscripts written by experts. They create a manuscript as best they can and then a book doctor puts it into publishable shape.
  • Ghost Writing. As a ghost writer, you actually do the research and write the book and someone else's name is attached as the author.
  • Copywriting. Also known as business writing, this is writing that promotes a product or a service.
  • Book writing. Do you have an expertise in something professional, such as accounting or interior decorating? Or personally, like knitting? Why not write a book about it?
  • Magazine article writing. Magazines and newspapers are a great way to get your writing published before tackling the daunting task of writing a whole book.
  • Web page content provider. Providing content for a web site is a good way to make some money writing.

This business is similar to the computer repair business, but you will take on all sorts of electronic equipment besides just computers. With smaller electronics, you will need to be prepared to have customers bring their repair projects to you, as you would have difficulty recovering the cost of driving around picking up broken equipment and returning it. You may also want to encourage people to give you their old electronics so you can use them for parts.

One of the first things you need to do is visit every potential event location with which you plan to work. Work with the marketing manager to tour each site and learn what is available at each location. Start a database that will allow you to sort venues by varying features--the number of people each site holds, if there is AV equipment available on site, will you need to arrange for rental chairs, etc. Then when you are beginning to plan an event with a client, you can find out what the key parameters are for the event and easily pull up the three or four sites that meet the basic criteria. and engagement parties, etc.

To start, you should go through the certification process so that you can label yourself a CFP (Certified Financial Planner). Your certificate shows that you have expertise and credibility, and this differentiation will help people choose you as their financial planner.

People love to spend weekends rummaging through tables full of other people's unwanted items, looking for treasures. Make sure to change your layout and put new stuff out for sale often. You want people to come back time and again to see what's new. You don't even have to have that much new stuff to make things look new. Just moving an item from a table to the top of a bookshelf might get it noticed, even though the item has been in your inventory since you first started having sales.

Starting a pet sitting service requires almost nothing in start-up costs. You do need some general credentials that will cost little or nothing to acquire. Your list of credentials should probably include personal pet ownership--if not currently, at least in the past--as well as other pet-related experience, including working at a pet food store, an animal hospital or other animal-related business. You will need to spend a little to become "bonded." This is known as "honesty insurance," and ensures your clients that you won't get their house keys and make off with their valuables (or that they'll get their money back if you do).

Let the local public courses know about your coaching business. Cultivate relationships with the staff and encourage them to recommend you as a coach. Another place to look for customers is the corporate world. Golfing is a game that business people use to develop relationships outside the office. You do need to be a better than average golfer to develop a reputation as a golf coach. You also need to be a good teacher, know how to be motivational and be willing to work with many different types of people.

All homeowners are always on the lookout for ways to save on their utility bills. You can come to their aid by providing them with an audit of their house and giving them a breakdown of how they could accomplish real savings in heating, cooling and electrical use. You can go one step further and do the implementation and installation of some of your suggestions in their home yourself. Do a complete appliance audit, with efficiency ratings and calculations based on the age of the appliance. And don't forget the water heater!

In order to be successful, you will want to establish contacts with real estate agents who can recommend your services to customers. The home inspection field is one where you will need to do constant updating of your education and knowledge. New products are constantly coming out on the market--if you only know about decks made of wood, you will not know how to inspect and assess the new materials on the market, such as composites that are made to look like real wood. Also keep apprised of all safety updates of materials and issues with things like off-gassing, carbon monoxide production, and other chemical precautions.

Market your talents to building contractors. People purchasing new homes can often be overwhelmed with the choices and possibilities in home decorating. Design some questionnaires for each major element and each major room in the house. Find out how the homeowner will use the home--are there children? Pets? Does the woman of the house wear high heels? Do the home's residents neglect to remove shoes? How will each room be used? Where might task lighting and ambient lighting be most appropriate?

There are many different ways of getting into the jewelry business and many different types of materials with which you can work. Working in metal will probably require the most in the way of specific tools. You need to be able to heat the metal to manipulate it, and you need metalworking tools to cut and engrave it. But there are many other materials that you can work with to make jewelry--glass, plastic, beads, feathers, even wood, to name just a few.

If you can write copy that gets people excited about purchasing what your client has to sell, you can make good money in this business. Unless you are highly experienced from working in the copywriting field, take a course. There are online courses or classes at community colleges and universities that can give you a leg up in getting savvy at writing copy for brochures, catalogs, advertising and, of course, marketing copy for the web.

This business is for someone who is supremely efficient and has the ability to make things happen. People who hire you will expect things when they want them and you need to be able to come through with not only what they want, but with a personal touch and a smile on your face. The most likely clients for a personal concierge service are top executives who find themselves at the office by 7 a.m. and are there most nights until 9 p.m., leaving them very little time to do all those things that often need to be done during those very hours.

Advertise your services in places where everyone goes, like restaurants and grocery stores. Having a website is a good idea--people want some privacy in their decision-making when it comes to getting fit. They can go to your website and determine if your approach to personal training is an approach that would work for them. It is important to emphasize the safety aspect of using a personal trainer. You can help clients get fit and avoid injury.

Your job, in the case of rental units, will be to make sure the property is running smoothly. For seasonal properties, you will most likely spend your management time making sure the property is ready for seasonal visits and well-maintained when no one is around. If the owners go away for six weeks in the winter, the property manager makes regular checks on the property. You will be the contact number if the security system operator needs to contact someone about a breach in security.

Most community colleges offer some level of engine-repair courses. Another way to learn would be to take a part-time position at a repair shop or a rental facility where you could learn on the job, although you will want to be open about your plans. You should be prepared to work on push-behind lawn mowers, riding lawn mowers, generators, garden tools such as rototillers and edgers, chainsaws, wood chippers and snowblowers. You need to decide whether you'll want to take on bigger jobs, such as tractors, snowmobiles and ATVs; space may be your decision-maker.

Create an arsenal of cleaning products that can clean almost every kind of product (paint, chalk, markers) from every kind of surface (cement, wood, pavement). The best way to conduct a graffiti service is to offer a subscription-like arrangement. Once a month or whatever interval makes sense for your clients, go around to their property and clean off the graffiti. Charge them a monthly or quarterly fee and make it simple for everyone--they don't have to think about graffiti, and you just do your job.

Lots of people who are moving want to hire someone to do the heavy lifting for them. You can leave the large-scale, long-distance moving to the big moving companies. Your work can be the local, moving-across-town or to the town-next-door jobs. These are the ones that people start off thinking perhaps they could do themselves, and it will be your job to convince them otherwise.

OR -Start with anything you have a knack for or interested in.


In these days, it's becoming increasingly difficult to make ends meet with just one source of
income. Thus, more and more people are investigating the possibilities of starting their own
extra-income business. Most of these part-time endeavors are started and operated from the
comfort and privacy of the home.

Most of these people are making the extra money they need. Some have wisely and carefully
built these extra income efforts into full-time, very profitable businesses. Others are just keeping
busy, having fun, and enjoying life as never before. The important thing is that they are doing
something other than waiting for the government to give them a handout; they are improving
their lot in life, and you can do it, too!

The fields of mail order selling, multi-level marketing, and in-home party sales have never
been more popular. If any of these kinds of extra income producing ideas appeal to you, then you
owe it to yourself to check them out. But these aren't the only fields of endeavor you can start
and operate from home, with little or no investment, and learn as you go.

If you type, you can start a home-based typing service; if you have a truck or have access to
a trailer, you can start a clean-up/hauling service. Simply collecting old news papers from your
neighbors can get you started in the paper recycling business. More than a few enterprising
housewives have found success and fortune by starting home and/or apartment cleaning services.

If you have a yard full of flowers, you can make good extra money by supplying fresh cut
flowers to restaurants and offices in your area on a regular basis. You might turn a ceramics
hobby into a lucrative personalized coffee mug business. What I'm saying is that in reality,
there's literally no end to the ways you can start and operate a profitable extra income business
from your home.

The first thing you must do, however, is some basic market research. Find out for yourself,
first-hand, just how many people there are in your area who are interested in your proposed
product or service, and would be "willing to stand in line and pay money for it." This is known as
defining your market and pinpointing your customers. If after checking around, talking about
your idea with a whole lot of people over a period of one to three months, you get the idea that
these people would be paying customers, your next effort should be directed toward the
"detailing" of your business plan. The more precise and detailed your plan - covering all the
bases relating to how you'll do everything that needs to be done - the easier it's going to be for
you to attain success. Such a plan should show your start-up investment needs, your advertising
plan, your production costs and procedures, your sales program, and how your time will be
allocated. Too often, enthusiastic and ambitious entrepreneurs jump in on an extra income
project and suddenly find that the costs are beyond their abilities, and the time requirements more
than they can meet. It pays to lay it all out on paper before you get involved, and the clearer you
can "see" everything before you start, the better your chances for success.

Now, assuming you've got your market targeted, you know who your customers are going to
be and how you're going to reach them with your product or service. And you have all your costs
as well as time requirements itemized. The next step is to set your plan in motion and start
making money.

Here is the most important "secret" of all, relating to starting and building a
profitable home-based business, so read very carefully. Regardless of what kind of business you
start, you must have the capital and the available time to sustain your business through the first
six months of operation. Specifically, you must not count on receiving or spending any money
coming in from your business on yourself or for your bills during those first six months. All the
income from your business during those first six months should be reinvested in your business in
order for it to grow and reach your planned first year potential.

Once you've passed that first six months milestone, you can set up a small monthly salary for
yourself, and begin enjoying the fruits of your labor. But the first six months or operation for any
business are critical, so do not plan to use any of the money your business generates for yourself
during that period.

If you've got your business plan properly organized, and have implemented the plan, you
should at the end of your first year be able to begin thinking about hiring other people to alleviate
some of your work-load. Remember this: Starting a successful business is not a means towards
either a job for yourself or a way to keep busy. It should be regarded as the beginning of an
enterprise that will grow and prosper, with you as the top dog. Eventually, you'll have other
people doing all the work for you, even running the entire operation, while you vacation in the
Bahamas or Hawaii and collect or receive regular income from your initial efforts.


If you are planning on beginning a business, your best bet is to start out part-time while you
are still earning a full-time income at your present job. If you are like most people who are
existing from payday to payday you don't have a lot of money to invest in a full-time business.
No need to worry! Just use your favorite hobby as your business base and grow from there!
There's no telling where you'll be at 2 or 3 years down the road. Perhaps you can even tell your
present boss to "take that job and shove it." Wouldn't that be great?

Using your present hobby or favorite pastime as your business base has many benefits.
Why? Because ANY business you decide to become involved in should be doing something you
LOVE, something you believe in, something that you would work at NO MATTER what income
it would generate. This will give you the stamina to see your business through the beginning hard
times and times when there is more work to do than you can handle. We all know the feeling of
doing a job that we hate to do. There is no way we can give it 110% of our abilities because we
procrastinate getting through it and just want to get it over with. That's why it is vitally important
to dearly love the product or service you have chosen to build your business around.

Do you like cooking? Start a recipe newsletter for others who like the same thing and sell
your recipes by publishing a simple booklet. Do you enjoy making crafts? Sell them through
mail order (be sure and mark up the price for shipping and handling). Do you enjoy working on
cars? Print and distribute flyers in your neighborhood listing your prices. Offer a coupon
discount for the customer to use on their first auto repair job. Do you enjoy writing? Write a
small booklet or how-to manual and sell it through mail order or to multi-level enthusiasts. Do
you enjoy computer programming? Write a program and sell through shareware groups or even
to mail order computer owners.

Yes, just about anything you love doing can be magically transformed into a business
opportunity for you. Some items may only sell well in your neighborhood, while some products
and services do well in mail order. If you decide to sell through mail order, all you need to do is
write a simple ad and have it typeset. Start out with a smaller classified,1-inch, 2-inch or 3-inch
ad. Ask the customer to send a "first-class stamp" or "$1.00" for more information. When they
write you, include an 8 1/2 by 11 sheet detailing your prices. Make sure you have a small order
form to make it easy to order your product or service. And of course, include a cover letter
stating that you appreciate their inquiry and look forward to doing business with them in the near
future. You'd be surprised how many sales have been lost because a business didn't take the time
to write a cover letter and personalize the mailing.

Also, start educating yourself by reading and researching other home-based businesses.
Before I opened up my business I read national publications like “Small Business
Opportunities,” “Entrepreneur,” “Home Office Computing,” and “Spare Time Magazine.”
Although there were some full page ads in there filled with hype (claiming to make me $1
million dollars with a sheet of paper), the articles are excellent. Don't spend more than $3 for
information in the beginning of your business because if a company is legitimate you should be
able to call them and discuss the opportunity over the phone with them. Businesses that claim to
put you in business overnight should never demand a large amount of money from you. On the
contrary, legitimate businesses have nothing to hide and will not charge you more than a few
dollars in postage to learn the "whole" story behind their claims. Instead , use these publications,
as well as books from the library on starting a business to further your knowledge of the world.

Another good move on your part is to invest a few hours by attending a meeting that is
sponsored by SCORE from the Small Business Administration in your area. It's free, and the
valuable information you obtain from actual people who have been in business before is
something that will be extremely valuable in the months ahead. Just call the SBA to find out
more information.

Yes -- it's that easy! Of course, this is only the beginning. As with any hobby, it will take
time (probably many months) to realize a profit but think of it this way: Most people that have a
hobby know they have to spend money to take part in their hobby. It only makes sense to invest
money in advertising your hobby to others so you can eventually make some of that money back
in sales for your own business!


Self-publishing home-made booklets and/or manuals is probably the easiest way to break
into your own Information Marketing business. Even if you do not have training as a writer, you
still can research and compile information on interesting subjects.
You can self-publish just by typing your book or manual and having a competent typesetter place
it in camera-ready format for you. Once the book or manual is ready for printing, ask your
typesetter to print out one copy on their laser printer. You'll probably have to pay extra for the
copy, but it's cheaper in the long run. You will not want 50 or 100 copies, since you will be
testing the market to see how much interest is generated. When you receive the orders, you can
make the copies prior to shipping.

If you choose to, you may print and bind several copies and you can begin marketing them.
Advertise the book or manual in the mail order publications or other publications geared toward
the target market you are attempting to sell to. (In other words, don't sell a book about collecting
dolls in Sports Illustrated.) Send sample copies to publishers who offer reviews and write-ups to
take advantage of free advertising. You could even send a free sample to the publisher of a well-
known tabloid and ask for a plug if they enjoyed the book.

Most mom-and-pop operations will allow you to place your book in their store for 40% to
50% of the cover price. This way, copies that don't sell won't cost you anything. All you have to
do is check up on them once or twice per week and make sure they are easy to find on the rack to
attract the eye of the potential customer. And if your booklet is filled with recipes or local
folklore, local businesses will be thrilled to promote and carry your book on their shelves. Local
people love to read books about their community and keep them as collectors items.

By marketing your own product, orders will come directly to you or be controlled by you. If
you sell through the mail, you simply mail a copy of your book or manual with a cover letter
thanking the customer for their order. Believe it or not, it's that simple! And best of all, you keep
all the profits which is better than sharing the money with another publisher who drop ships for

Yes, there will be some costs involved in advertising, printing and mailing to promote your
self-published book or manual; but do you know the costs involved in sending drafts out to
publishers for acceptance? Believe me, it runs into the thousands! And big companies who will
publish your book for you start out with costs of $10,000.00 or more without the guarantee that
you will even make one sale!

One of the easiest types of books to publish and sell through the mail are 5”x 8” booklets. To
get a sample of one of mail order's most popular 5”x 8” publications, send $2 to Graphico
Publishing, PO Box 488, Bluff City TN 37618 and request a sample copy of The Grape Vine
Journal. Examine how it is put together and how it is printed.

If you really want to save money and put your own booklets together, simply have them
printed and shipped to you. Then, you will collate the pages in the proper sequence, staple them
in the middle (called saddle stitching), fold in half and you're done.

The only office tool you need to invest in is a long-armed stapler. One can be purchased at
your local office supply store or through Quill or Viking (two main mail order office supply
companies.) The current price is around $40.

A good printer may specialize in low-cost printing of booklets but if you want to do-it-all-
yourself, any good mail order printer will print them and ship them back to you. All you pay for
is the 2-sided printing price, and shipping.

Plan your next book, manual or other publication and enjoy the benefits of keeping all the
proceeds. It's really a fantastic way to make some extra money while still keeping your job and
your steady income.


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