One of the most common questions I hear is, how can I earn some extra money fast?
Maybe you're faced with an unexpected home repair, or your car decided to call it quits? Now you’re in need for some cash quick, fast and in a hurry (like yesterday). If you are looking to earn money on the side, then you will need to be careful, there are a lot of “get rich quick” schemes and work at home scams.
In today's post, we look at legitimate ways to earn money, find some fast cash, launch a business online, and even build some mostly passive income.
You may have seen the lists online; “100 plus ways to make money quickly' or “creative ways to make extra cash.” Most of these lists are merely affiliate link spam. I’m not going to add to the noise and suggest you waste your spare time so I can make some affiliate commissions.
Must Pay Well
Call me crazy, but if you are going to spend your spare time side hustling, you should expect to make more than minimum wage.
If you need money now to cover rent or get the car fixed, reward apps, sign up bonuses might not cut it. Let's face it, a $5 bonus or $10 bonus is not going to solve your financial woes; neither is banging out online surveys. Anyone who tries to tell you, Survey Junkie, is the best way to make 100 dollars fast is trying to pad their wallet, not yours.
Plus, if you already did the shopper app, welcome bonus, “pledged your body to science thing” the last time you clunker needed a repair, then it is likely your in need of some creative new ways to make some extra cash.
No Upfront Investment Needed
If you are in desperate need of a quick cash infusion, ponying up for an expensive eCourse or Bootcamp is not an option. Similarly, we are not going to recommend you buy a bunch of inventory or products. Sorry, not sorry, multi-level marketing your out!!!!
Must be Fast, Like Really Fast
Blogging, podcasting, and passive income investments are all great ways to make money; however, they are not fast, easy, or quick.
To be included on this list, the option needs to be a real way to make money and have the potential to pay higher than a living wage. Plus, it had to be quick because that’s why you’re here. As a bonus, we are going to show you show you ways to save some money and improve your cash flow.
How to Make Money Fast
1. Helping Others
Donate Blood Plasma. This hack comes from fellow blogger Melissa Blevins, who has been making upwards of 400 dollars a month selling blood plasma. If making a few extra dollars wasn’t good enough, donating blood plasma can save lives.
Need more reason to give, donating blood plasma can burn 650 calories, beats the exercise bike for an hour! (420 calories)
2. Monetize Your Experience
How to make money fast and easy? Teach a class on Symposium.
Symposium is one of the fastest real ways to make money. The app connects anyone with expertise to a robust marketplace of users seeking experience. Experts sign up for a profile and can begin teaching classes or offering one-on-one consultations in a matter of minutes.
Getting paid on Symposium is fast and easy; once a session is completed, money is immediately transferred to the seller’s debit card. You don't even need a PayPal account; It doesn’t get much quicker than that.
Chances are you have experience in something; maybe you are in HR and know the common mistakes job applicants make, or perhaps you enjoy fashion and make-up and master “the smokey eye.” People are willing to pay to learn from your experience, and Symposium is the platform that allows that to happen.
Anyone can use the app to make money quickly;
- Fitness enthusiasts could launch workout coaching, nutritional coaching, or even virtually coach a spin class
- Wellness experts can start motivational or inspirational lessons
- Podcasters could offer unique enhanced pay-per-view versions of their podcasts
- Crafters and makers could teach courses on how to 3D print, use a Cricket machine, or even how to knit or crochet.
- Cosplay fans could teach classes on how to make costumes or even give fans a “behind the scenes” peek at competitions.
- Gamers could broadcast playthroughs, review games, or even offer to coach for more difficult game elements.
- Tech’s and service pros could offer one-on-one troubleshooting
The best part is Symposium offers synergies with other side hustles. Makers can broadcast a how-to while making custom products for sale. Photographers can broadcast live from remote locations while prowling for photos, and flippers can broadcast auctions and markets, teaching others how to flip successfully.
Even a small audience can represent real profits. A live SymCast to 15 people for 20 dollars a piece is 300 dollars. Sure beats filling out surveys online.
3. Drive for Uber or Lyft
One of the most popular ways that people are choosing to make money is by driving for Uber or Lyft. These services allow people to start driving the day that they sign up, permitting that they have a valid vehicle, driver’s license, and a clean record. Drivers must also be 21 years or older and show proof of insurance.
While the amount people earn on Uber varies, there are a few ways to maximize this opportunity. Riders pay more for Uber during surge pricing. Surge pricing happens when the supply of drivers is limited in comparison to the demand. For example, when a concert lets out, there are often a lot of people who need rides, and not enough cars to provide them. If you can maximize your location, you may be able to earn even more with this method of making money.
Make Other Deliveries
If you enjoy driving but are not keen on driving other people around, you might want to consider delivering items instead. Companies like DoorDash and Instacart allow people to sign up on their apps to deliver groceries and food to people. The pay is contingent on the dollar value of the deliveries you make, and you can earn tips from the people you deliver to.
If you do not want to deliver sensitive items like food, you might want to consider a company like Amazon Flex. Amazon Flex is in about 50 cities nationwide, and their drivers deliver items from Amazon warehouses to their owners. While there is a chance you might have to drive food for Amazon Fresh or Amazon Restaurants, most of their deliveries are standard packages.
4. Become a Hacker
Not that kind of hacker, become a cashback app hacker.
If you require some extra dough, and you have to buy groceries anyway, you might as well earn some cashback. Don't forget to print coupons online and grab your weekly newspaper insets, reward apps like iBotta stack with coupons. If you are a first time user of iBotta between the sign-on and referral bonus, you can make $100 or more.
It may not be the fastest way to make money or even the highest paying, but if you are in immediate need, every little bit helps.
Popular Cashback and Money Saving Apps
Reward and Cash Back apps worth trying;
- Swagbucks (Join free for a $10 bonus)
- Inbox Dollars (Join free for a $5 bonus)
- Arcadia Power (Earn $5 when you connect your utility account for free)
- Trim – will analyze your accounts to find recurring subscriptions and determine where you can save more money. Trim cancels subscriptions, negotiates your Comcast bill, finds you better car insurance, and more.
5. Become a Flipper
Become a flipper. If you have a keen eye and are willing to do some research, you can make decent money flipping items. Check out Craigslist and eBay and see what items are selling for. Start with small pieces until you have a sense of how to flip.
There are several resources online on how to start reselling on eBay. However, the easiest way is to sell your stuff first, go through your house and look for any items and you no longer need, such as old books, the hobby gear you picked up and never used, and older electronics.
It's a fun way to kick off that decluttering you have intended to start.
Once you have built up a reputation and have some experiencing selling on eBay, it's time to look for items to sell. The most natural path to find things is to start with what you know. If you are into video games than considering buying and selling games, if you collect antiques, then buy and sell antiques.
Additionally, don't rule out handmade items, handcrafted goods can do well on eBay. However, Etsy is probably a better venue for your homemade products.
For example, Local farmers in my area love 275 Gallon Caged IBC Tote’s, used ones sell for 150 dollars in the area. I found a person on Craigslist who sells them for 75 dollars a piece about an hour's drive from me. After a little on the phone negotiating, I was able to pick up 15 totes for 50 dollars apiece. It took the Mrs. and me less than three hours to pick up the totes and return. We kept a few totes for ourselves to harvest rainwater and sold the rest off for a nice profit.
Looking for more information on how to flip for fast money? Check out my interview with Norm. The Art of Flipping.
Flip Free Stuff
If you’re willing to get creative, you might be able to sell items that you do not yet own. Many cities have Facebook groups or Craigslist pages dedicated to people letting go of items that they need to get rid of quickly. If you decide to pick up free items, you have a couple of options for how to flip them.
If you see something on one of these pages that you know you could sell immediately, you may want to jump on the opportunity. Typically, these items are only available if you pick them up and are the first to reach out, so be sure that you can take the opportunity before reaching out. You can then take photos and post them to a group or page, price the item, and try to sell it. It is important to note that you may be able to find items that can be resold immediately, but often they might be damaged.
If you can find an old item that simply needs a little sprucing up, you could turn a profit quite quickly if you have the skills to fix it up. For example, if someone is getting rid of an ugly kitchen table that is in working shape, you could take it home, sand and refinish it, and sell it online for a profit.
6. Sell Your Clothes
If you have clothes in your closet that you haven’t worn in a while, you may want to make some extra money by selling them. The good news is you don’t have to put together a sales event to offload your unwanted items. Establishments like Clothes Mentor and Plato’s Closet are in many cities and will give you cash for you lightly used items on the spot.
If you do not have a resale shop near you, some online retailers the same thing, you may want to explore ThredUp or Poshmark to see what their policies are and how much they will give you for your used clothes, shoes, and accessories.
7. Sell Other Items Around the House
Like selling your clothing, you may have unused items around your house. For example, if you haven’t ridden your bike in years, you may be able to free up space and make money by selling it. You could also try selling small appliances such as unused lamps, furniture, or lawn care items. You might even be able to sell extra gift cards that you have lying around.
There are a few ways that you can sell these items. You may want to investigate selling them on Craigslist, the LetGo app, or Facebook Marketplace. You can use all these websites through a smartphone and can advertise to people in your area who can often come pick up the items the same day.
8. Sell Your Craft
Do you have a craft that you could sell? Perhaps you love making candles or can knit beautiful scarves.
Websites like Etsy provide a platform for people to connect with potential buyers. There is no overhead to use the site. Users upload a description and photos of their products and price them. Then, people can purchase them online. The creators are expected to send the items as soon as possible.
The earning potential here is entirely up to how much you sell your product for, and how attractive it is to buyers.
9. Sell Photos
Have you built up a massive collection of photos from your travels? If so, turn your passion for photography into money in your pocket. Website developers and bloggers are always looking for pictures to use on their sites. Consider selling your art on sites like twenty20, iStock, or SmugMug.
Prices can range from a few cents to twenty-plus dollars. Make sure you review all the fine print; some of the sites do not allow you to offer the same photos on several websites.
The key to making money online with your photos is thinking outside the box. Turn your photos into products, such as mugs, mousepads, or puzzles.
Also, don't limit your self to just selling your digital photos. Historical photos sell well on websites such as Etsy.com and eBay. Travel to local estate sales, yard sales, garage sales, and flea markets, you can often pick up old photos and albums inexpensively and sell them for a nice profit.
Note: older advertising also sells well, at a local car show a gentleman was selling ads from old magazines for $15 a piece.
10. Start a VA or Freelancer Side Hustle
Become a social media virtual assistant. Do you love Pinterest or Instagram? Many brands and bloggers do not know how to use these social media platforms correctly. Offer your expertise to coach or act as a social media manager. It’s a win-win: the brand gets the right type of social media exposure, and you can make money doing something you enjoy.
How much could money could you make as a VA? Some VA's make between $14 and $25 an hour, others charge $40 and up. If you are great at making Pinterest images and Instagram creatives, you could charge brands upwards of $50 an hour. To get the best value for your work, it helps to have a social media following of your own to demonstrate your work online.
Tip: You may be tempted to offer your services on sites like Fiverr or Upwork; customers of the sites are looking for rock bottom prices. If you provide a quality premium service, engage blogs and brands in the more popular networking groups or reach out to them on social media.
Consider Freelance Writing
Freelancing writing is a great way to earn money online from home. The advantage of freelance writing is you have a built-in customer, and you know exactly how much you will get paid. According to a survey by ClearVoice, “most intermediate to advanced freelance writers charge between 10 cents and $1 per word.”
Depending on your level of experience and speed of writing, an intermediate writer could make between 20 and 40 dollars per hour. Forty dollars an hour beats signing up for surveys.
Note: if you are interested in launching a side gig as a freelance writer, check out our interview with Josh Weiss, who is killing it as a full-time freelancer.
11. Become a Maker
Become A Maker. Making and selling custom products and craft items are starting to become a lucrative side business. With sites like Etsy, eBay, and Amazon, its more accessible than ever to sell online, and you don’t need to a web designer or SEO guru.
Online, your options are endless: you could 3D print custom game pieces, knit dice bags, or use a Cricket machine to make custom apparel. You can even create and sell non-geeky items like baby outfits, buttons, or any craft imaginable; the options are limitless.
12. Have a Yard Sale
Do you have a lot of things that you could sell and the space to do so? If so, a yard sale might be the perfect opportunity for you to make some quick cash. Everyday items to sell at yard sales are books, housewares, clothing, and lawn tools.
Your city might have restrictions on what you can sell and when, so be sure to check with your municipality’s website before moving forward on a yard sale.
13. Pawn Items
If you do not have space for a physical yard sale, you may still be able to find a local ‘yard sale’ Facebook page to sell your items on or even pawn your items. Pawnshops offer quick cash in exchange for items that they can resell at a higher value.
People who sell to pawn shops typically sell the items for a fraction of what they are worth, but if you have items that you are willing to part with, this might be a good option for you.
14. Do Odd Jobs
Websites like TaskRabbit and Fiverr offer people the opportunity to do jobs in exchange for money. TaskRabbit workers are called Taskers. They can take on odd jobs for people in their areas. These tasks can include anything from assembling furniture to grocery shopping and more. Taskers can expect to make $20 or more per hour, depending on the rates they set for themselves. The minimum payout is for one hour. The platform keeps 15% of the earnings.
Fiverr is a similar idea, but people who perform tasks complete them online. Tasks can range from doing data interpretation to creating logos and more. This is a good option for anyone with design skills or other skills that they can trade online.
The starting rate for jobs on Fiverr is $5, but depending on the complexity of a project, you can charge more for a job. When you complete gigs on Fiverr, you have the opportunity to earn reviews and scores, and can even score ongoing work if people like what you deliver.
15. Become a Pet Sitter
Another great way to earn some extra cash in the gig economy is to pet sit or walk dogs. Apps like Rover and Wag make it possible for animal lovers to help with other people’s pets. You can earn money by walking dogs, checking in on pets, and sometimes even pet sitting overnight.
You may want to try downloading these apps. You can create a profile and then get matched with pet owners near you. It isn’t uncommon for people to get recurring gigs with the same people if you establish a good reputation with them and their pets. The earning potential for pet sitting is high, and pet sitters can easily earn $50 for overnight jobs..16 Perform Seasonal Jobs
Seasonal jobs are another way to make some quick money. If it is springtime, people in your area might need help getting their lawns ready by planting flowers or removing debris from winter. In the summer, people need their gardens weeded and lawns mowed. The fall is an excellent opportunity to rake yards and fill compost piles. In the winter, you can help people out by shoveling snow or removing ice. This is a great way to get creative about how you can help others.
16. Participate in Research Studies
If you live near a university, you might be able to participate in research studies to earn money. Universities are often looking to do market research or clinical studies. You can find these on the universities’ websites or iths.org.
If there is a Biolife center near you, you could also explore donating plasma. This option often pays a bit of cash in exchange for an hour of plasma donation. The starting rate for a plasma donation is anywhere from $20-$50, and people can donate multiple times a week or month. The earning potential is directly correlated with the number of times a person gives, and they often run promotions for new donors.
17. Rent Out Your Parking Space
Do you live in a highly sought-after area? Is there a scarcity of space or parking? Then you might be in the perfect position to rent out your additional space.
If your apartment or home is in an expensive or touristic area, you may want to look into listing it on Airbnb. You should start by understanding what the laws are in your area, and if you live in an apartment complex, understand what the rules are for subletting or doing short-term rentals. When pricing your Airbnb, be sure to set a price high enough to cover the costs of where you will go while renting it out to be sure that the reward of renting it is higher than the risk.
If parking is scarce, you could look into renting out your parking space. One example is to rent it by the day or night. If you live by an event venue, you may be able to find buyers who need a close and secure parking spot for the event. Another example is to rent it out by the month or week. If you live near an office building that does not have good parking but drive to work each day, you could rent your parking space to someone who works close by while you are away.
18. Become a Landlord
Try turning an unfinished basement, attic, or additional space into an apartment. When we built our barn/garage, it was very inexpensive: only 1,500 dollars more to upgrade to storage rafters instead of traditional rafters. We were able to add 1,400 sq. Ft. apartment space for a nominal cost. The cost to finish it further is reasonable.
Renting out extra storage space is an excellent way to become a landlord without the headaches and make extra money at home. Think outside the box (house) you can rent empty field space to people looking to store equipment for the winter, your woods to people looking for a place to camp, or even a front yard for extra parking for a local event.
We have also rented out our extra space in our garage/barn to people looking to store their motorcycles and sports cars for the winter.
19. Host a Wedding or a Party
Have beautiful views and landscaping? Try to rent your property for weddings, baby showers, receptions, reunions, or parties. It’s even better if you have a charming barn. If a barn is not an option, tents can be rented.
Also, wedding rental places are always looking for people with land to rent.
Reach out to them and bring awareness to your property. Renting out a property for a wedding, rehearsal, or party can make a few thousand dollars for a weekend's worth of work.
20. Leverage Your Green Thumb
Grow high-value crops, such as lavender. Not only is a patch of lavender beautiful, but a 20×20 lavender patch can produce over $1,800 of lavender a year. By turning the lavender into essential oils or soaps, it could provide even more income.
If harvesting crops sounds like too much work, consider a U-pick crop like blueberries, strawberries, gourds, and pumpkins. A small patch of pumpkins can is minimal work and offers the potential for excellent returns. If vegetables are not your jam, consider raising Christmas Trees or even house plants like figs and Cacti.
Take Your Plants Indoors
Build a small greenhouse. This structure can be a cost-effective business for growing seedlings out of seeds and selling them. I have a client that makes over $2,000 a year, growing and selling seedlings in a small greenhouse. There you can buy an inexpensive greenhouse kit at most home improvement and hardware stores, as well as Amazon, Harbor Freight, or Tractor Supply Co. The best part is, it’s seasonal work and doesn't require much labor.
If you live someplace with strong winds, choose a greenhouse that uses polycarbonate panels. It can be tempting to purchase a greenhouse that uses film; however, the film rarely holds up over time. Also, check Craigslist over even go for a country drive. You can often find derelict greenhouse frames occupying a country garden. Many times you can pick these up for free or pennies on the dollar, and they usually need some TLC, film, or replacement panels.
21. Get Paid to Take Surveys
ok, we know we are breaking our own rules here, but if you absolutely need money right away a few surveys might be the ticket.
Users must register online, and most surveys take between five and 15 minutes. The more complex the survey, the more it typically pays.
If you have the time to dedicate to making money online, then this might be a great option for you. It is important to note that you must reach a payout threshold of $20 to$50 to get paid, so if you decide to pursue this option, be sure that you have the time to follow through with it.
Related: Read our review or the best sites to take surveys for money.
22. Keep More of Your Money
You may have heard the saying, “You can’t “outwork a bad diet”; finances are similar. Before launching your creative new side hustle, it makes sense to sit down and look for opportunities to reduce unnecessary expenses. Now, I’m not suggesting you give up the items you and your family value and enjoy, instead let's trim the fat a bit.
Let’s look at the low-hanging fruit:
- Comparison shop your Life, Health, Auto, Home Owners, and Liability insurance.
- Did you quit smoking or lose weight? Ask your health and life insurance co.’s if they will reduce rates
- Challenge inaccuracies on your credit report. If you improve your score, ask lenders and insurance co.’s if they can reduce your rates.
- Check your deductibles, limits, and features on health and property & casualty insurance. Many people are overpaying for lower limits or features they may not need.
Creative Ways to Free Up Some Cash
Who wouldn't like a little more wiggle room in their budget? A lot has been written about subscription boxes, morning lattes, and ditching cable to save. However, cable bills and coffee shops are not where most Americans waste most of their money. The biggest budget-busting bullies are debt, taxes, and insurances.
Review Your Health Insurance
Review your employer-sponsored health insurance; many employers offer a menu of options to their employees. However, recent research suggests that employees tend to pick the more costly options, even if the plan doesn't provide any additional benefit over a lower-cost alternative. In fact, according to research, many employees pay up to 40% more than necessary.
Many employees are unfamiliar with the benefits their employers offer and may be missing out on valuable incentives like funding their Health Savings Account (HSA). It can pay to sit down with the individuals at Human Resources and ask them to explain the benefits.
Most employer-sponsored plans will have a representative that services the account, and they should be able to answer questions. Should you need more help than that, it could make sense to talk with an outside financial advisor.
Shop for Property and Casualty Ins.
Review your home, auto, and umbrella insurance policy and periodically review your coverage. Comparison shopping competitors can save you a ton of money.
I know spending an afternoon on the phone calling around to all the companies does not sound like a lot of fun. However, saving up to $100 a month can take the sting out of the time you spent. Additionally, there are several websites and brokers online that can run multiple quotes from competing companies to help you find the best deal.
Do you have a couple of speeding tickets on your record? You may have decided to pay the fine instead of taking the day off from work and fighting the ticket. That ticket (or two, don’t worry, I am not judging) might be driving up your insurance premiums. Many times, you can appeal the ticket and negotiate a non-moving violation to clean up your record. Also, ask your insurer if they offer discounts for taking safe driving courses.
Some insurance companies base your rates in part on credit rating. If you have been cleaning up or establishing your credit and have seen a nice improvement, call your insurer and ask if they can lower your rate.
It never hurts to ask!
Tip: Ask the Insurance broker if the company offers discounts based on alumni associations, professional/trade groups, or club affiliation. Being a member of a group could save you 10 percent or more, and if you not already a member, it could pay to become one.
Drive Like a Granny
Ask your insurance company if they offer a driving monitor or tracking program. Many insurers are offering tracking devices with giving you a 5% to 10% discount just for taking the device for a spin. It may seem a bit Orwellian to have the insurance company monitoring you driving, and the devices can pay big dividends.
First, if you brake gradually, and accelerate slowly, your insurance may reward you with even more safe driving savings.
Secondly, slowing down and driving less aggressively can save you some serious coin.
While each vehicle reaches its optimal fuel economy at a different speed (or range of speeds), gas mileage usually decreases rapidly at speeds above 50 mph. You can assume that each five mph you drive over 50 mph is like paying an additional $0.18 per gallon for gas. – FuelEconomy.Gov
Wake up 5 minutes earlier so you can go a little slower. The time it costs you will be more than worth it with the savings it brings.
Reduce Life Insurance Costs
You should periodically review your insurance policies. Maybe you picked up coverage when the kids were younger, and you no longer need the coverage. Did you lose weight or quit smoking? Often an insurer will change the rating status of a policy if the insured has given up smoking for more than two years or if their health has improved.
Once a year, you should call your provider and ask for an enforce policy illustration. This illustration will model out how the policy is performing. You should use this information to compare the policy with offerings from other carriers to see if there are lower costs options or plans with better benefits.
Tip: If you decide to apply for a new policy and the company orders a psychical or blood tests, ask that you be sent a copy of the results and keep them with your medical records.
Fix Your Credit
Savers should review their credit and fix any inaccuracies. If you have negative information on your report, such as missed payments, ask the lenders if they would consider a good faith removal of the offending remark. If you’re successful in improving your credit rating, go back to your lenders and ask if they will refinance your debt at lower rates. Remember, the goal is to save money, try not to add to the balances, or extend the term.
You will see some guides online about how to request a good faith removal on your credit report. There are plenty of sample letters online. However, try to avoid the temptation to use a boilerplate form. The best course of action is to write a personal message. Explain why your payment was late, why it is essential for you to improve your credit, and what steps you're taking to ensure you won't be late again in the future (hopefully).
Rock Free Goods and Services
Looking for even more free goods and services? Check out;
- Birthday Freebies
- Places to Get Free Food
- Freebies and Free Samples
- How to Get Money for Free
- How to Earn Free Google Play
Deal With The Real Bullies
A pet peeve of mine is the tired cliché that the only thing standing between people and financial success is their addiction to morning lattes. Sure, frivolous lattes can wreck a budget. However, a bigger budget-busting bully is looking to steal our lunch money, the IRS.
Do not give up your morning coffee before reviewing your income taxes. Taxes can consume 20 percent or more of your income; I doubt anyone spends that much on coffee. An hour or two planning on taxes can save you thousands. Unfortunately, everyone waits until tax season (end of January to April 15th) to think about taxes. I can't blame them: taxes are not fun.
Savers should look ahead to any tax credit or break they expect to use in the upcoming year and determine what is necessary to qualify and plan. You don't want to find you missed the deadline to fund your 401k and therefore missed qualifying for the saver's credit by a few dollars. Remember, if you are buying health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the amount of your premium tax credit is based on modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) planning could not only save you in taxes it could reduce health care costs.
Note. Every year during tax time, I see a news article about whether or not you should pay your taxes on a credit card, or what to do if you can’t pay your taxes. Don’t let that be you. Plan ahead.
Start Making Money
Noticeably absent from my list is “blogging.” I enjoy blogging and sharing with readers ways to save money, inspiring success stories, and of course, geek culture. However, blogging is not the path to quick cash online. Despite what many bloggers and peddlers of courses may suggest, blogging is tough work, and it takes a sizable audience to make even a modest return.
Many of the blogs that claim otherwise have designed products or courses that they sell, and launching a product online take time and resources. While owning a successful blog is a wonderful goal to pursue, you may need quick ways to make money to maintain cash flow until your blog or websites takes off.
By following these creative tips, you will be able to reach your financial goals in record time!
Michael launched Your Money Geek to make personal finance fun. He has worked in personal finance for over 20 years, helping families reduce taxes, increase their income, and save for retirement. Michael is passionate about personal finance, side hustles, and all things geeky.