10 Solid Money-Making Tips
Are you tired of scraping for resources day in and day out? Are you one of those who would like to have more than one job to be able to augment your family’s needs, or are you just scouting for a little extra money to pay for your wants? Then here are some tips that would surely earn you some bucks. Read on:
1. This is an ancient rule but as was always said, make a list of your expenses. Too often, people just make budgets without realizing that they have to make a list of their ‘actual’ expenses, too. This would also teach you wise spending in the long run, as you would start to see where your bucks go. When you already know how to track your expenses, you will start to notice that you are saving and earning more, really!
2. Avoid debts as you would avoid a plague. The average American nowadays has, $7000 – $10,000 in debt. That is a shocking truth, but it remains true. Control your credit card expenditures.
3. Recycle and sell those things that can still be salvaged. Garage sales can be great. It clears the house clutter plus it rakes in some profit.
4. Try to save at least 10% of your income and grow your savings. No matter how small the amount is, it is still savings. You don’t have to start big to save money. In fact, starting small and seeing it grow is very rewarding. Aside from this, knowing that you have some savings will make you feel a bit secure as compared to a savings-less life. And, in fact, the greatest way to stay out of debt is to have your own savings.
5. What are your talents? Bank on them and earn from them. If you are good in writing, you can start working as a freelance writer or a ghostwriter. There are a lot of jobs online that could provide you some income while you do the thing that you love doing the most.
6. Make use of your computer at home. Aside from writing jobs, you can do a lot more with your computer such as desktop publishing, transcription services, home-based call center jobs, online surveys that pay, or selling info through mails.
7. Know your short-term and long-term goals. Be organized. Know which ones to accomplish first and go for it with all of your energies. It is also important to put your plans in writing. A study was done before where the more successful students were the ones who wrote down their goals.
8. If you have the heart and the guts, you can invest some of your money on financial firms that offer high ROI’s (Return on investment). There is a risk, yes, but when the money multiplies, you will more financial freedom.
9. Do you want to have a taste of ‘Hollywood’ life? Then you can sign-up as an extra. There are a lot of needs for extras that are over the age of 18.
10. Auction or trade your items on eBay. A lot of people earn extra money and full-time incomes by doing this.
These are simple and very basic ways of earning money. Coupled with perseverance and a little risk, you are well on your way to successful moneymaking and a success-filled life.
“A penny saved might be a penny earned, but a penny multiplied, makes dollars. Dollars multiplied, makes a living. Dollars multiplied effectively, makes you financially independent!” Michael “MJ The Terrible” Johnson – Founder & Owner – Masters of Money, LLC.
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