What could you do with an extra $500 to $1,000 every month?
If you’re looking to build financial security, you’re in the right place. A side hustle can help you bring in extra cash every month to build your savings, get out of debt or finally take your dream vacation.
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There’s something about grocery shopping that rubs me the wrong way. I’ve never enjoyed doing it. The people clogging up the aisle, searching for each item, comparing prices, loading and unloading your cart… It’s just too much. I’ve started ordering groceries online, and that’s a much better experience. But I was still overspending on groceries!
Earn money by renting your stuff? Yes, that’s exactly what I’m talking about. Think about it… I bet you have bikes, golf clubs, a generator, kayaks, a chainsaw, and other tools taking up space in your house and garage. Those things are expensive! Now imagine letting your neighbor or someone in your community rent them
Being a virtual assistant is a flexible way to make money on the side. Even though working from home is growing, many people don’t understand what a virtual assistant (VA) does and how they are key in the growth of a business. The truth is that they can do tasks associated with administrative work. The
There has never been a better time to work from home than right now. At-home jobs are the perfect way to supplement your income, even if it is just a part-time hustle. No matter what your profession is, you can find countless opportunities for work from home jobs. Just remember that the requisites for working
We really buckled down on our spending to beef up our emergency fund this past month. It wasn’t hard, since the entire state is under a “stay at home order” because of the coronavirus outbreak. Luckily, we’re in a rural area and have (so far) only seen 17 cases in the entire county. Andrew and
Losing your job can be stressful, especially in an uncertain time like we are currently in now. You might be worried about being able to pay your rent/mortgage, pay off your credit card bills, or even just putting food on the table for your family. If you have recently lost your job, you are not
I never had a checking account as a teen. My parents were like most parents: They never talked about money. Everything I know about money, I had to learn on my own. Which means I didn’t manage money very well in my 20s. Now that I’m a personal finance nerd, I talk about money all
If you’re wondering whether you could be a victim of identity theft, the answer is yes. In 2018, 14.4 million consumers were victims of identity fraud. Almost a quarter of victims were partially liable for the fraud committed against them. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Identity theft? Not me! That’s for people who don’t
We’ve been trying to pay off our debt for way too long. Part of it is because we bought a $20k+ car two years ago with no down payment. That’s really dumb, by the way. Don’t do that. Plus, I had a mini-mortgage-sized student loan that’s now down to about $26k. And everything seems to