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Smart Things to Do With Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check


 Learn a new skill


Investing in yourself almost always pays off, and now is a great time to take some courses while you're stuck at home.


Adding a new line item to your resume could help you keep your job, advance at work, or find a new position. And making yourself more employable could be invaluable if a COVID-19 recession affects your workplace. 


 Start your own business


The coronavirus is likely to usher in a new normal. If you have an idea for a product or service likely to be in demand in its aftermath, consider using your stimulus funds to get a new business off the ground.


The money could also be seed capital to start a company you've long dreamed of opening. While $1,200 may not seem like a lot, you often don't need much to open your doors. And your check may be even bigger if you have dependents or a spouse, so your new company could have a real influx of start-up cash. 


From Motley Fool Christy Bieber(TMFChristyB) May 9, 2020 at 8:01AM



Make good money repairing Home Appliances and or HVAC/R

Good recyclable appliances can be found in your neighborhood. Many appliances with a single problem can be found at the curbside. They will be set out for trash pickup. Repairs can be done quickly on washing machines, clothes dryers, and refrigerators. Salvage good parts to cut part costs, enabling the appliance to be sold without much cost. For example, a clothes dryer may need a drum belt replaced. Most washing machines, stoves, and refrigerators, may need simple and inexpensive repair. Go by big box stores to tell them that you will pick up their customer's discarded appliances for free for recyling, at no charge to the store or the customer.

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Courses below are on the technical aspect of starting an appliance service business.  Appliance & HVACR Service Technician

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Covers the necessary start-up preparations, including a business  plan, operating pitfalls and business disciplines to avoid common pitfalls.