Hi everyone-Well I've decided to stop going crazy looking for a job-I've been looking since I was laid off in May,2008. I am going to start giving piano lessons. I did this when my husband first left us, but after a few years I was able to get to get a full time job. But I do play the piano, and decided to this again. I just finished fixing up my back room for a piano studio, and can use that. I think that this might be easier for me with my medical problems (breast cancer-in remission, lupus, fibromyalgia, DDD, and post concussion syndrome). Do you guys think this will be able to work, considering the economy and peoples financial circumstances? As I have mentioned in other posts, I am in danger of losing my house because I can't pay my property taxes. If I can prove to my bank that I have a job, then I will be able to take out a home equity line of credit and can pay my taxes. If I am self employed like this, how do I prove to the bank that I do have a job-just not a traditional job. And how long do you think I will have to be in business until they will believe that I will be able to make payments on the loan. Right now, I am living on unemployment, and I think it will take a while to get enough students to equal that amount. Do you think this is a good direction to go? I have put off doing this, really hoping that a regular job would turn up. I don't want to get a bunch of kids signed up, and then have to tell them that I can't teach them because a job came up. So this is a decision I really need help making. What do all of you think? Do you think this is doable? Thanks for any guidance you can give me. God Bless! Kathy
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