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    Feb 5, 2017, 02:24 PM
    Real and Legal Work from Home Business Opportunities for Disabled Individuals
    Being physically disabled(differently abled), and having a permanently disabled spouse requires me to stay at home. I am in need of legal, actual real career options in Finance & Banking that allow me to work from home. I can not commit to 40+ hours each week due to 2-of my medications make me very ill for 2-3 days after MF or his nurse gives me my Q2wk injection on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. By getting it later in the week, I have the weekend to recuperate, thus enabling me to be able to be productive from home come Monday !
    I am interested in numerous finance, healthcare, long-term care, loan closing, loan processing, loan reviewing, auditing loans for proper documentation, etc. Opportunity MUST be a legitimate business or publicly owned entity that has traded shares of stock occurring on regular basis.
    Thank-you in advance for any & all guidance in helping me find real opportunities, or to be able to communicate with the HR-VP who has the ability to make decisions without having to wait for someone else's input and/or approval that would drag the process out...

    Best Regards-
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    Feb 5, 2017, 02:36 PM
    Nope, almost everything you see online are scams or just trying to sell you a program.

    You may find some local companies that can offer at home work, and a few companies that allow things like teaching English by skype or some online method. There are also a few customer service where you answer calls forwarded to you.
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    Feb 5, 2017, 02:44 PM
    Hi Finance55. What is Q2wk?
    What country are you in?
    In the US, there are no jobs at home (that I have heard about) other than those given to employees who have quite a bit of experience within that company.
    There are always variations from one company to another. It just isn't possible. I do know that many loan processors work on a contract basis, but they still have to be able to go in to the office to get and drop off papers, as well as meet with applicants, or allow applicants into their home, not a good idea.

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