Best Money Tips: 31 Ways Real People Make Extra Income

By Amy Lu on 13 March 2015 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on the many ways that real people make extra income, the best freelance careers out there, and sites that let you rent out almost anything.

Top 5 Articles

31 Ways Real People Make Extra Income — Mowing lawns in your neighborhood is an easy way to make some extra cash. [PopSugar Smart Living]

The 10 Best Freelance Careers — A web developer creates online tools for websites, manages sites and servers, provides tech support, and can expect to earn $36 to $43 an hour. [Forbes]

22 Sites That Let You Make Money Renting Out Almost Anything — Spinlister allows you to rent out your bike, surfboard, or snowboard. [Money Pantry]

Office Etiquette — Top Ten Worst Things You Can Say at Work — Don't talk about how wasted you were last night. Keep your private life private! [Wealthy Turtle]

21 Apps That Will Keep You From Going Broke on Spring Break — Use the Happy Hours app to find happy hour times and specials for nearby bars and restaurants. [The Penny Hoarder]

Other Essential Reading

4 Simple Strategies to Shave Years Off Your Mortgage — Making biweekly payments can shave about four years off your mortgage. [Georgette Miller]

The Top Three Budget Killers — If you're serious about improving your finances, then tackle these expenses first. [Everybody Loves Your Money]

6 Ways Chasing Credit Card Rewards Can Backfire — Many credit cards offer generous sign-up bonuses…but only if you can reach a minimum spending threshold within a limited time period. You might be making a lot of unnecessary expenses to reach the threshold. [Credit.com]

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Starting a Home Business — Do you have the discipline to make yourself get to work? Starting a home business is difficult, and you'll have to work hard to succeed. [Personal Dividends]

How to Not Raise a Narcissist — Receiving too much praise can cause a child to grow into an adult who thinks he is better than everyone else and is entitled to privileges. [Parenting Squad]

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