Item description for 202 Ways to Make Big Bucks and Stop Mooching Off Your Parents (202 Ways Not to Mooch Off Your Parents) by James Stephenson...
You're never too young to strike it rich!
Parents: Tired of your kids always bugging you for money?
Kids: Tired of depending on your parents for an allowance?
When an allowance or minimum-wage job just won't cut it, it's time to stop mooching money and start making it. There's an idea for everyone, regardless of skills, experience or funds.
Whether you're a teen, tween, or twenty-something, moneymaking maverick James Stephenson gives you 202 fun, innovative ideas for businesses that you can start today.
Find out everything you need to know to be the biggest success on the block:
Which opportunities rake in the most cash
How to convince your parents, family or friends to give you a loan--it may be the last time you'll ever have to ask for money
What the most popular jobs are--and how to do them better than the guy down the street
Plus: Important tips on how to be safe while still having fun as a budding entrepreneur
What would you do with an extra $100, $250, even $500 a week? Stop dreaming, and start earning today!
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 7.4" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2006
Publisher Entrepreneur Press
ISBN 1932531939 ISBN13 9781932531930
Availability 0 units.
More About James Stephenson
James "Spike" Stephenson is a retired senior Foreign Service officer with twenty-eight years??? experience in rebuilding states at war or recovering from war. He was USAID mission director in Lebanon and in Serbia and Montenegro prior to assuming the position in Iraq. He also served in Egypt, Grenada, and El Salvador. A decorated Vietnam War veteran, Stephenson is a recognized expert on post-conflict transition, civilian-military cooperation, and counterinsurgency. Currently he is a senior adviser for security and development at Creative Associates International, Inc. He lives near Charlottesville, Virginia.