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5 Hot Homebased Businesses

Ready to go home--with your own business, that is? We've got 5 great ways to do it.

By Nichole L. Torres

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Sick of the 8-to-5 rat race? Tired of spending countless hoursin your car, wondering why turn signals were even invented ifpeople so rarely use them? Want to stop taking orders from otherpeople and start working for yourself?

If you answered yes to those questions, you may be ready toembark on your own homebased business. Before you get too excited,however, remember that even though you're in your home,you'll still be working hard to get your business off theground. But you'll be doing what you truly enjoy and makingmoney to boot. To inspire and hopefully motivate you, we atEntrepreneur have compiled a list of five of the hottest homebasedbusinesses. Read on to see what's hot, who's doingit...and, most important, how you can do it, too.

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