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  1. A Guide for Tutors, Art and Music Teachers to Set Rates ...
  2. Five Tips for a Successful Private Lessons Business Teaching private lessons in music or art can be a great way to make extra cash. You might have a lot of people asking you to show them how to do something that they know you’re good at. However, you might be hesitant to start because oftentimes teaching someone else how to do what you do can ...
  3. How to Market Your Private Tutoring Lessons Private tutoring is all about word of mouth. That word of mouth doesn’t work if you have no one to spread around how great you are, though. If you’re just starting out in the private tutoring lessons and don’t have anyone to help get your name out there, or maybe you moved to a new area ...
  4. How to Set Up and Teach Art Classes from Your Home Are you an artist looking to make extra money? Have you considered opening your home studio to others and teaching others how to do art? Running art classes right in your home means you don’t have to spend money on renting space. If you have the right space for doing something like this, then ...
  5. Quickstart Guide to Setting Up a Private Music Lessons Business If you’re looking for a side business to do and you’re particularly good at playing an instrument or multiple instruments, then why not consider becoming a music teacher on the side? You can go to people’s homes, have them come to your home, or if you have access to another space to use ...
  6. Seven Types of Classes You Can Teach from Home Are you looking for a way to make money from home? Do you have a special skill or unusual talent that you think others would be interested in learning? Maybe it’s something you can teach to a homeschooling family, or maybe it’s something you can teach to anyone that there’s not enough ...
  7. Starting a Side Business in Education Are you a teacher? Or perhaps you went to college for education? If you’re in need of a little extra income and have considered doing education as a side gig, then you might be wondering how to get started in it. Starting your own tutoring service can feel like an overwhelming idea, but it ...
  8. Tax Tips for Independent Music and Art Teachers Are you considering giving music or art lessons from your home? Or maybe you’ve already started. Have you taken into consideration what this will mean when it comes time to do your taxes next tax season? As an independent contractor, there are some things you should know about when you go file ...
  9. Turning Your Skills and Experience into Income You have a talent for art and music, but how do you avoid being the so-called starving artist and make money doing what you love? Well, unfortunately you might not be able to avoid the starving artist pitfalls entirely, but if you stick at it and follow these tips, you might be pleasantly ...
  10. Why Parents Should Create a Work-from-Home Art and Music Business One of the difficult things about going from a two-income family to a one-income family is the lost income, obviously. While you might be saving on daycare costs and commuting expenses to and from the job, as well as eating out for lunch and the cost of the wardrobe, it can be a huge hit to the ...
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