Here Are Some Businesses You Can Start For Less Than $100

A lack of start-up funds can beat down many an entrepreneurial dream, but not all ventures need big-time backing to get started. Some minor operations require little cash to get going. You can turn them into side jobs or use them to build up funds to start your dream business.

MoneyCrush names businesses that don’t require much scratch to start:

* Social media guru. Approach businesses with lacking social media profiles and offer to take them on as clients.

* Tutoring. If you managed to work your way through high school or college, you can help out others who are struggling to do so.

* Craft seller. Sites such as Etsy and eBay offer simple, low-cost ways to sell your wares online.

Seven Businesses You Can Start for $100 or Less [MoneyCrush]

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