Why it takes money to make money?

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  1. soni2006 profile image78
    soni2006posted 9 years ago

    Why it takes money to make money?

  2. Lady_E profile image65
    Lady_Eposted 9 years ago

    Sometimes, if you set up a new business you would need to buy the relevant equipment for it, rent property etc to start the business. There are however some circumstances where you don't need to use any money to make money.

  3. Alex Mayor profile image55
    Alex Mayorposted 9 years ago

    There are free ways to get money, but they go slow and need a lot of time, patience and hard work. If you spent money things will go faster and you can often get a head-start. In time you will get your investment back, that is if you do it the right way.

  4. Quilligrapher profile image84
    Quilligrapherposted 9 years ago

    When you say "make money"  do you mean starting a business? If so then I think you actually need three things: Capital (Money), Time, and Labor.  The more you have of one of these, the less you need of the other two.   The more Capital available, the less Labor is needed and the less Time is required to show a profit. Then again, without a lot of Capital, more Labor is required (either yours or family members) and much more time is needed before seeing a profit. How much of each you need can vary but the recipe for success requires some of all three ingredients.

    You will find more on this topic at http://hubpages.com/hub/SMALL-BUSINESS-RECIPE

    Q.

  5. bala99 profile image59
    bala99posted 9 years ago

    Soni ji, I remind you of a couplet of Saint Kabir, which questions, "How can you expect Mango when you sowed Neem?" Sow Mango to get Mango. Simple.

  6. discostu profile image57
    discostuposted 9 years ago

    Because other people can do stuff better than you can.

    For instance, I'm terrible at answering questions on hubpages, so I'm paying someone else to write this for me.

    There are plenty of ways to make money without any outlay, hubpages for example. If you put in two solid hours of writing every day for a month, and you're not making any money from it after that, something is seriously wrong.

  7. vinnyd55 profile image47
    vinnyd55posted 8 years ago

    Becouse it's the law but wouldn't you rather pay other people like yourself than a foney company?
    I found this article yesterday sounds good but alot of work let me know how it sounds.

    http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=from+ … amp;ref=mf

  8. ave212 profile image59
    ave212posted 7 years ago

    Its a fact that it does take money to make money. I have been successfully making money on the internet for about a year now but before that I tried and tried to make money without any investment. In the end I decided to search the many products on clickbank to help me get started. I spent around £30 initially and although I have spent much more since, that £30 set me up on the right tracks because it gave me knowledge and when working online especially, information and knowledge can be bought. Think of it as an investment into your future. I now review products from Clickbank and invest money in buying new products and gaining more knowledge. You do need money to make money, but not a lot!

  9. Jewel531 profile image73
    Jewel531posted 7 years ago

    Because everything costs money! You can't get nothing for free these days!

 
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