Side-gig, side-hustle, passion project — they're all different words for the same thing and they're becoming a force to reckon with.
While not everyone can afford to quit their day job to pursue their passion, most people can take their skills and their spare time and turn it into a business.
The biggest cost to starting your business will be purchasing insurance, which experts recommended purchasing once you feel you're onto something, but before you assume too much risk. Annual premiums range from $750 to $2,000, depending on location and the type of coverage you need.
Here are 30 businesses you could start for next-to-nothing: