Moms Working At Home

A collection of articles about Moms working at home. Ideas for successful home business opportunities. Find sources for work at home jobs, information on how to start a home business,

Working At Home

Starting a home business can be a rewarding experience for a busy mom and her family, but it is not necessarily easy.  It takes a log of dedication and persistence.  Being organized is definitely an advantage, since you will have to maintain your business and home life under one roof. Some of the part time home business ideas and full time home business ideas that we will cover in future articles are:

Organization: I have already said this, but it needs to be repeated. Boundaries will need to be set and enforced when you work from home. Having a set schedule and a separate work space that is off limits to others, are two of the many topics that we will discuss in this upcoming must-read article.

Finances: It is important that your business finances are separate from your home finances. An accountant is essential for a home-based business. This will be an important article to read before tax-time!

Setting up your workspace: Of course the specific of your workspace will depend on the work that you do, but there are many common things that most at-home offices will need. We will give you your must-have list!

Keep records: It is imperative that you keep excellent records of your business dealings. There are some great tips for this that will be coming your way.

Housework while working? Yes, it can be done without infringing on the boundaries that you have set. Wail until you hear about this great multitasking time saver.

So, stay tuned for the future updates. We know that the articles will help you with your at home business. As always, if you have any tips or comments, please let us know. We wan

Small Business Grants For Women

Options are available for business minded women needing help in starting their business.  The United States Small business Administration (SBA) defines “women-owned small business” as businesses owned by a woman majority, specifically at or more than 51%.  This also means that the day to day operations of the business is managed by women.

To start the grant process, some critical information about your business must be established.  Carefully determine the capital that you require and write as much detail as possible the size of the funds and their sources in your loan proposal.

Inquire about SBA women-owned business grants through the SBA offices at 1-800-827-5722 or go to  http://www.sba.gov.