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                                                     May 7

                                                 Editor: Elena Fawkner
                                           Publisher: AHBBO Publishing
                                                Home Business Online
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                                                  IN THIS ISSUE

        1.      Welcome and Update from Elena
        2.      Home-Based Business Idea of the Week - Crafts
        3.      Feature Article - How the 9 to 5 Grind Could Be Costing
                You More Than You Earn
        4.      Tips for Newbies
        5.      Subscription Management
        7.      Contact Information

        1.      Welcome and Update from Elena

        Hello again and a warm welcome to all the new subscribers who
        have joined us since the last issue!

        Apologies for not publishing AHBBO last week.  Crises on the
        workfront gobbled up what precious little free time I had and
        that meant AHBBO!

        This week's article is for those of you who don't think you can
        afford to give up work.  It may surprise you to learn just how much
        that J.O.B. is costing you and how a home-based business could
        be the answer.

        As always, thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy this week's

        Remember, this ezine is for YOU!  If you have comments or
        suggestions for topics you would like to see addressed, or would
        just like to share your experiences with other subscribers, I want
        to hear from you!  Please send comments, questions and stories
        to Contact By Email .

        2.      Home-Based Business Idea of the Week - Crafts

        It's great to delve into an interesting hobby such as artwork,
        photography, or crafting paper jewelry. It's even more exciting
        (and financially rewarding) to turn your special talents into a
        successful home-based business.

        That's exactly what Mary Maturi of Cleveland Ohio, Leslie
        Croyle of Bay Village, Ohio, and Marlene Stephenson of Virginia,
        Minnesota, did. Each turned her hobby into a cash-generating
        business complete with paying customers and a bank account.

        These aren't isolated stories. Men and women across the country
        are joining the ranks of entrepreneurs converting hobbies into
        money-paying propositions. It's important to note that none of
        these women originally planned to start a business. On the
        contrary, interest by others in their hobbies convinced them to
        sell their work.

        See for the rest of this


        There are many more ideas like this at the AHBBO Home
        Business Ideas page at free home based business ideas
        with more being added all the time.

        50+$ to 150+$ per sale+OVERRIDES & BONUS'ES (MLM)
        Some are making over 250K a year - IT'S UP TO YOU!!!!!

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        3.      Feature Article - How the 9 to 5 Grind Could Be Costing
                You More Than You Earn

        © 2013 Elena Fawkner

        This article is directed to all you parents out there
        with pre-school children who would prefer to quit your jobs
        and stay at home with the kids but think you can't because
        you think you "need" a second income. don't be so sure.
        That 9 to 5 grind may be costing you more than it抯 paying

        Let's say you're a parent of two pre-school children and
        you're earning $25,000 a year ($500 a week) in your full-
        time job. Let's see where the money goes.

        First of all, you don't have family nearby to care for your
        children while you're working so you put them in daycare.
        That takes care of $150 a week, leaving $350.

        You need a car to get to work and your kids to daycare.
        Let's be optimistic and say you have only a modest car
        payment of $50 a week. Your other expenses are fuel,
        insurance and general maintenance. Fuel is $25 a week,
        insurance $10. Allow another $10 a week for new tires,
        servicing and repairs. So $95 a week goes towards your car.
        That leaves $255 out of your weekly paycheck.

        You work in a professional office so you must dress
        accordingly and be well-groomed. Allow $10 a week for
        clothes and accessories, another $5 if you're female for
        cosmetics and haircare. There's another $15 a week leaving
        you $240 out of your weekly paycheck.

        With so much to do to get the kids organized in the morning,
        you don't have time to make your lunch so you buy it every
        day. At $5 a day that's $25 a week. You're down to $215 a
        week now.

        And after putting in a full day at work you don't always
        have the time or energy to cook a family dinner from scratch
        each night and so once a week you pick up take-out on the
        way home ($20 for four people) and spend more on
        prepackaged foods at the grocery store each week. Let抯 put
        this at another $20 a week. This additional $40 a week for
        convenience foods leaves you $175 out of your weekly

        Still worth it, you say? Oops ?forgot about taxes, social
        security and health insurance! Better deduct another $100
        a week for that little lot. Now you're at $75.

        Now, you tell me, is $75 worth working a 40 hour week for?
        Is your time really worth as little as $1.80 an hour? And
        that's not even taking into account what your income does to
        your partner抯 tax bracket! Without being able to claim you
        as a dependant it may put it over the top and the increased
        tax paid on your family抯 primary source of income could well
        mean that the net contribution of that second income is a
        deficit! If that's the case, it抯 actually COSTING you to
        work outside the home.

        If you find yourself in this situation, there is an answer
        a home-based business. You can forget about daycare costs,
        you're there! How difficult do you think it would be to make
        $75 a week working from home? Easy! In fact, it would not
        be difficult to generate the same level of income from your
        home business as you were generating from your full-time job.

        But because you don't need to incur the unnecessary expenses
        such as daycare, vehicle expenses, clothing and food, you can
        be MUCH better off. Not only that, you can now claim home
        office tax deductions! And all of that's just focusing on
        economics. Factor in lifestyle and family issues and a home-
        based business can literally take your life back and give
        you back to your family.


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        use the autoresponder copy which contains a resource box;
        (2) you leave the resource box intact; and (3) you only
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        4.      Tips for Newbies

        Are you worried about cookies? Don't have enough milk to
        go with them? Okay, short of making a trip to the grocery
        for more milk, here's how to ensure nobody sees your cookies.
        The cookies.txt file is where 'cookies' from websites are
        stored. Make this file a 'read only' file, and leave your
        browser set to accept cookies. Just search your hard drive
        (press F3 after clicking once on the dekstop--F3 brings up
        the Search window) for 'cookies.txt', right click on the
        file that's found, and be sure the 'Read Only'box has a
        check mark in it. Your browser will accept cookies, but
        the site that planted the cookie won't be able to read it.
        Not sure WHY you would want to do this, but, if you're
        into paranoia, it probably doesn't matter. "Just do it."


        Tips by Tom Glander and Joe Robson of The Newbie

        7. Contact Information

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