Whether you’ve spent too much during the summer and need to restore your financial balance, or you still haven’t saved enough for the holiday season that’s only few months away, in this guest post, by Kim James, you will learn 9 smart ways to help you save more money this fall.
Leaves are falling and turning a beautiful array of colors between yellow, orange, and red. No more sunbathing or having ice cream in 95-degree weather, hoping to cool off. It’s that time of year again, the Fall is upon us.
This is usually the favorite season for most people because of the perfect weather and fashion-forward clothing. But it is also the season when you can save the most.
You’ve probably spent a little too much money over the summer with vacations, kids being home from school, an uptake in household bills, summer camps, back to school shopping, etc. This can cause a financial pressure for the months to follow.
But worry not! Fall is the time of year where the saving possibilities are endless. So, step into the season informed on some of the best fall money-saving tips that will get you by and into the next season.
If you want to earn extra cash whether just to pay for something like your Netflix subscription or maybe save and accumulate to make a decent amount over time, then this post will direct you to 8 different websites where you can make money online in your free time by doing the simplest of tasks.
In my quest to achieve financial freedom while having no day job at the same time, I tend to always be searching for different ways to make money. One of those ways is to make money online doing some short tasks like taking a survey or testing an app, or months-long projects like auditing social media feeds or search results quality.
If you want to save money to start an investment but you never seem to have enough money at the end of the month; or if you have a debt and are struggling to make the payments in time or just wish to get out of that debt fast then this challenge is for you. A guest post by Alex from The Mini Smallholder.
The No Spend Challenge came to us when we desperately needed a solution to debt and bad health. You can try to get back on top of finances, but if you struggle to regain control, this will really suit you.
We had been spending our money mindlessly and never having any extra money, no matter our wages. The No Spend Challenge is a short sharp shock for your bank balance.
In this post, I answer 7 questions that cover everything you need to know to start making money with Airbnb.
Previously, in the Passive Income: 4 Real Estate Investing Options post, I wrote about some of the many ways one can invest in real estate. And one of the methods mentioned there was buying a property and putting it up for rent.
Renting a property gives you a steady passive income source. However, some of the downsides to this was 1. you may end up with tenants who don’t pay and 2. the amount of money involved to actually buy a property.
But what if you can rent a spare room in the house you already live in and with a guaranteed payment?
Saving money is a crucial step if someone wants to have a shot at financial freedom, because in order to be able to invest your money, first you need to have saved some.
Things you need to know before you start selling on print-on-demand websites; plus some tricks on how to promote your products and make sales.
Platforms discussed in this post are Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful.
Attention! Before getting involved with Redbubble, please read this update first.
Online business can be considered as an active income and a passive income option. And there are various methods to run a business online. I went through 5 of the passive income ones in last week’s post 5 Online Businesses That Work.
In this post, however, I’m discussing the method I have tried so far which is selling products online. I tried several websites and here I will be sharing the pros and cons through my experience with Zazzle, Redbubble, Cafepress, Threadless, and Printful. (You can jump to Zazzle’s section to skip the intro.)