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Old 08-30-2006, 04:26 PM   #21
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I'll take some details. The price is right.
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Old 08-30-2006, 05:11 PM   #22
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I know someone who buys large bottles of designer colognes, and then sells them in smaller vials online. Apparently countries like Sweden cannot get colognes that are popular here so they will pay good money for them. He tuurns quite the profit. I wish you the best of luck finding some extra cash.
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Old 08-30-2006, 05:13 PM   #23
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You can buy stuff at this place http://www.dollardays.com and then turn around and sell it on Ebay.
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Old 08-30-2006, 05:29 PM   #24
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Thanks for all the ideas, folks! I greatly appreciate it.

Joe, any extra info on that medical transcription stuff would be great. That'* the kind of thing I would like to be able to do in my free time.

Keep it coming everyone! I need ideas!
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Old 08-30-2006, 05:36 PM   #25
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Ben, on the first link Joe gave you can go in there and sign up, upload your resume and search for jobs. I don't know what all else is involved but there was one that said they would train you.
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Ever thought about real estate investing? It'* obviously outside of the home, but the payoff can be lucrative. Seriously consider buying a rental property. Not only will you make a few hundred per month, but you get to reap the increase in property value in the end. You're in AZ--the real estate market is BOOMING. Get on the bandwagon.

If my wife and I can be successful at it in MI, you can certainly be successful at it in AZ!
If a few hundred a month would smooth things over, he probably doesn't have the start-up for the downpayment or monthly pay either.
Not necessarily. We started with obtaining 100% financing. Programs are available. Everyone has to start somewhere.
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I type fast, know Windows well, and use a database daily. Find out what else would be required because I might be interested. PLEASE
So...you are saying you do Windows????
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I type fast, know Windows well, and use a database daily. Find out what else would be required because I might be interested. PLEASE
So...you are saying you do Windows????
No, I did not say I do windows. However, I will do them when necessary so I can see the beauty of nature
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I just explored those links...

Being an MT sounds like something you have to be trained or certified to do. Or was I reading wrong?

As far as real estate is concerned, I'm definitely not in a position to start something like that. I'm already $100,000 in the hole with my college and flight school loans, and I don't want to take any big risks.

I just need something that will pay me for whatever small amounts of free time I can put in. I've got Associate in Arts and Bachelors degrees if that helps.
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The only requirement for being an MT is typically a Medical Terminology course.
You won't make any money unless you type very fast and extreme accurate, being good at understanding the various accents you'll encounter is a huge plus. Your work is typically paid per line and under a deadline so working if you feel like it usually doesn't work out well, they want people they can count on to get the work done.

But it is one of the good jobs that yo can work at home from.
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