About

Hi, I’m Chuck Huckaby. I’ve been writing about the quest to work at home since 1995. That means I’ve been around long enough to see not only the scams, but their grandchildren! I can’t wait to point you to the stories, tools, tips, and techniques that will not only help you dodge the scams — but also help you achieve your dream of working from home.

If you’d like to contact me or submit something for the site, send me an email at chuck@business-opportunities.biz. I will not spam you, ever.

Note to Opportunity Seekers: Please remember as you’re searching the web for a home business opportunity that you must do your own full due diligence on any business opportunity before spending your hard earned money. Even then, you may lose money and not make anything. Be sure to read all earnings disclaimers.

While all information is deemed to be correct at the time of publication, no warranties are made due to constant changes in the business environment. No professional advice is offered. Please contact your own tax, legal, and other professional advisers when making decisions about your own personal situation.

Disclosure to readers: From time to time, I may post affiliate links that generate revenue should you decide to buy from that vendor. These products are believed to be honest and ethical, but the consumer must make their own decision after doing their own due diligence. Because work and other factors are involved, there is no guarantee of success in any venture. The “average” profit from many would be entrepreneurs seems to be “zero”.

In addition to affiliate links, I sometimes am paid to promote web pages or run other forms of advertising such as sponsored blog posts. Usually it’s a small amount to look at their site and mention it if I believe it might possibly be relevant and helpful to someone! Again, please do your own due diligence.  It helps pay my online business expenses. Again, after 12/1/2009 I am attempting to mention this in the post but should I forget and for posts that might have been sponsored earlier.

My practice is whenever possible to note an affiliate link on the actual post or sponsorship, but should I forget, or should you run into a post dated before 12/1/2009, please be aware of this.