The dream of self-employment is something that has gained a lot of popularity in recent years. Thanks to the Internet, almost anyone can start a side hustle from home.
Not only is it technically easy to become self-employed, it’s also relatively inexpensive — depending on the strategy you use.
A number of side hustles require only a computer and a fast Internet connection. Even if you choose a more expensive venture, you can still save money by starting out at home.
Because of the ease involved, and the low startup costs that are possible, many would-be solopreneurs fail to account for other costs that they might run into. While being self-employed works for many people, it isn’t the only satisfying career path. And there are costs involved that you might not have thought about.