Low Cost Home Business? 10 You Can Start for $25 or Less!

List of Low Cost Home Business

Budget Minded Low Cost Home Business Ideas

If you are considering starting a home-based business, there are many options that are a good choice for many people. The options are almost endless if you are willing to spend some money to make some money. While they may all be legit companies, many people are just not interested in spending what little money they have in order to start working from home. This is well understood which is why the following list of companies that offer a low-cost home business startup that get you in for just $25 or less.

  1. Avon

When most people thinking of at home businesses, one of the first companies that may come to mind is Avon. There is a good reason for this and it isn’t an accident. Many people have made a good living selling products for Avon and you could be one of them if you have a personal interest in makeup and other personal products.

  1. Kat's Coffees and More Lane

You can get started for only $5! The business offers monthly specials and includes, coffee, syrups, instant coffees, brownies and other baked good and much more.

  1. Bella Branch

For only $19.95 you can start your very own jewelry business! Pretty, personalized jewelry that can consultants a 25% commission.

  1. Jerky Direct

If personal products are not your thing, this may be a bit more up your alley. Jerky Direct offers a low-cost starter kit for direct sales consultants. Fans of jerky will love it when they find out that you are selling a great snack and making money as well.

  1. Simply Beauty Minerals Makeup

This direct sales job does cost a bit more than the previous ones but still fits into the $25 and under category. A benefit to this is that the base commission is higher as well, which is always a good thing when you are trying to make money at home.

  1. Heritage Makers

They offer their consultant welcome kit for only $25. This is great business idea for those who love scrapbooking and crafting.

  1. Norwex

This is a great option if you are looking to start a home business without putting up a dime. Not only will you be selling great products, but there are already many people who love the products they sell, so you won’t have to do much work to sell them.

  1. Buskins

IUf you're a huge fan of leggings, you can get started for only $5! They've got a huge variety of legging styles and patterns.

  1. La Bella Baskets

Gift baskets are popular choices when you don’t know what to get someone who already has everything. Help people give great gifts by selling baskets through La Bella Baskets or create your own gift basket business.

  1. Healthy Habits Global

More and more people are trying hard to live healthfully. This company offers you the chance to sell quality health and wellness items and make money at the same time.

Final Thoughts

Becoming a direct sales consultant is a great way to start working on your own, while at the same time getting help from others who started out just like you. Having some guidelines to follow when you are doing direct sales is helpful because the companies that you will be working for have been doing the same thing for years and will be able to help you meet your goals faster than you ever thought possible. And don’t forget you are in control of your hours and earning potential.

If you're a candle lover… see my post, Sell Candles From Home! Companies to Help You Get Started! for more candle companies that might interest you!

If direct sales aren't your thing, you might check out the No Fee Work at Home Jobs page or the Work From Home Jobs Board here at MoneyMakingMommy.com.

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  1. Just to let you know the BBB has not accredited Buskins. It appears that many customers paid for items that were never sent….

  2. lisa neil says:

    For Tails Only link takes you to a candle selling information site. How can I find out more about the For Tails Only?

  3. June Galbraith says:

    I am looking for a business that can be done on line as well as in person. That excepts credit cards and has no start up cost.
    Thank you
    June Galbraith

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