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Making extra money on the side isn't only about the extra money — find out about the other perks that come with a side job.
Becoming a full-time freelancer means getting serious about money. Here's what one Wise Bread regular learned after making the leap.
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Do you have a way with words? Earn some money with your talent, even if you don't have experience or clips at these sites that pay.
Self-employment requires guts, determination, and organization. Find out if you have what it takes to be a freelance superstar.
Are you ready to strike out on your own? Before you drop your day job, make sure you really understand what your finances will look like.
Being your own boss isn't cheap — you'll need cash to get started and to keep going. Here's how to do it without taking on startup debt.
Teachers do a noble job for a less-than-noble salary. Educators everywhere can earn passive income just by sharing the tools they use.
Being self-employed has its perks — and its challenges. Finding a new apartment can be tricky, but it's not impossible if you can sell your story.
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There are tons of legitimate side hustles to earn a little cash. These eight opportunities are easy, flexible, and (most importantly) lucrative.
Stay-at-home parents are busy, but if you can find a few hours a day, you can earn extra cash. Personal Finance expert Bob Lotich suggests some opportunities.
Problogger Jim Wang explains how he pushed past the six-month small business plateau, kept growing, and eventually sold his blog for a cool $3 million.
Many aspiring freelance writers get caught in a race to the bottom on content job bidding sites. Earn what you're worth with these tips from a successful blogger.
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