Cut It Out
Start-up savings, effective invoices.
If you're setting up a homebased business on a tight budget, cut out the frills.
Before buying new office furniture or equipment, consider making do with what you have. Use an old desk or a table that isn't being used. If that doesn't work, check out used furniture stores or thrift shops, where you can also find filing cabinets, chairs, bookcases, lamps and other office furniture and accessories at bargain prices.
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