There is no limit to the amount of money one can make from home. However, it is entirely dependent on what you are doing from home.
For example, a home based errand/delivery service definitely has its limits to the amount of money that one can make. Remember, there is only so much one person can do in one day, or in a given amount of time. You can only be in one place at one time, therefore if your business is dependent on someone being present in order for money to come in, then you have a definite limit.
Yes, you could hire employees to "replicate" yourself. Then you have to deal with employees. Or deal with sub-contractors. Remember, the IRS has some pretty harsh rules about sub-contractors. We are not CPAs or lawyers, but if we remember correctly, there is something about they cannot do 100% of their work for one company (you) and still be considered sub-contractors. If they look like employees and smell like employees, then they are employees. Check with a lawyer or CPA before you start playing the sub-contractor game.
Now, if your business is related to something online, then the profit per employee potential has much less limit. In other words, with just one of you, you can make bucks! Especially if you are doing something that doesn`t require your 100% attention like affiliate marketing. Even something like eBay makes you money while you sleep. Find something that makes you money while you are away. This is the goal one should have!
Pick your chosen profession well and make sure you consider how much of your time is required to make a certain amount of money.
LizardWisdom10/20/2007 12:12 PM