but me and my family had to get on public assistance last year when me and dh lost our jobs and i hate being on it but it is incredibly hard to find work where we live so i was thinking of taking 80% of our upcoming check to start a cleaning/organizing business from home so that we can generate some income and get off aid for good but im scared of putting all our money and it being a failure any suggestions on what we should do and if this idea would work????
please no judgmental comments OK times have been hard and yes we had to get on pa last year just to get by and just going out and getting another job at the drop of a hat is easier said than done!
Asked by Anonymous at 1:59 PM on May. 20, 2011 in Money & Work
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Answer by whitepeppers at 2:13 PM on May. 20, 2011
I wouldn't spend 80% of the only income we would have for a month to try to get a business started. Do you have a backup plan if the business fails to generate enough money to exist until the next month? I would try to get that start up money another way. I'm not sure how but I wouldn't spend our only income on chance...just me. Good luck to you either way. AND many of us had/have to be on public assistance because the economy, nothing at all to be judged for.
Answer by meooma at 2:35 PM on May. 20, 2011