Retired? Here Are 17 No-Cost Ways to Make Money on the Side.

Retired? Here Are 17 No-Cost Ways to Make Money on the Side. Retirees travel a lot, touring the world or seeing their children and friends. Those who live in big cities heavy in tourism or vacation destinations can rent out their houses, extra rooms or guest houses to travelers on Airbnb or a vacation rental site such as HomeAway. Joseph Carbone, a financial planner at Focus Planning Group based in Bayport, N.Y., said some of his retired clients “rent out their home for the whole summer. They use the rent they receive to pay their mortgage for the whole summer, if they have one, or use the income to help supplement their retirement.” You can make extra income by not only renting out your living space, but also renting out your driveway using sharing platforms such as Rover Parking, JustPark, Parklee, Panda Parking, Pavemint and CurbFlip. If you have a […]

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11 Best Websites for Freelancers to Find Jobs and Make Money

February 1, 2019 4 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Whether you’re looking for another way to pay the bills, seeking more professional development opportunities or just love the freedom that freelancing offers, there’s no question that millions of people have discovered the benefits of professional freelancing. As trends like the digital nomad lifestyle grow in popularity, the number of freelance resources out there has increased as well. Related: Everything You Need to Know About Hiring a Freelancer There are plenty of guides for striking out on your own, but as a freelancer, getting higher-paying gigs isn’t just a matter of signing up on popular platforms. You’ll have to branch out, establish a great portfolio of past work and maybe even prove yourself through tests that showcase your skills. Here’s a list of 11 great sites to find work as a freelancer. Read_more Related posts: 5 New Ways to […]

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A Young College Student’s Plan to Change His Life

You can do a thousand and one things to make money. Most of the time, people just don’t know how to start out. They’ll just “come up with an idea” and run with it. And they have no clue if their business idea will actually work. Of course, there is always some uncertainty when starting a new business. This is why a majority of startups fail. But you can mitigate that risk by doing a few wise things. Pulling a business idea out of your derriere is the last thing you want to do. It takes observation and research. I’m going to tell you about a student I recently met who plans to do just that. 1. Find a Niche Nobody Has Filled This can backfire, of course. You could have found a niche nobody has filled and no customer would ever respond to. Then you really are wasting your […]

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10 Smart Ways for STEM Majors to Make Money on the Side

Many of us have had some good ideas for mobile apps, however few possess the valuable skills and follow through to build one. If you have a good idea for an app and a knack for designing things, then this could be a good way to make money on the side. First, you need a viable idea. To generate some, ask yourself: Which apps do you enjoy using the most? Do you like playing games? Which ones? Like with any new product, you want to research the competition, and if there’s a similar app that already exists, read the customer reviews to dig up ways to make yours better. (Rule of thumb: your app needs to solve a problem, and you need to have some understanding of who the app is for.) Next, you need the practical know-how to build an app with computer languages, such as SQL and Python. […]

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3 Easy Ways to Make More Money

Making more money doesn’t have to be rocket science. April 9, 2018 2 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Everybody wants more money, but just saying that you want more money is vague and unhelpful. Instead, you need to have an idea of how much money you think you should make and a road map for how you are going to get there. In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Brittney Castro breaks down three ways you can make more money in a way that’s not as difficult as you think. Then, you can use that extra cash to save, invest or spend however you like.  Click play to learn about how you can start making more money right now. Related: 5 Financial Moves You Should Start Making Right Now Entrepreneur Network is a premium video network providing entertainment, education and inspiration from successful entrepreneurs and thought leaders. We provide expertise and opportunities […]

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17 Ways for Digital Nomads to Make Money

Programming code is highly skilled work, but it doesn’t require a lot of equipment and can be done from pretty much anywhere. Coding is detail-oriented and meticulous work. If you don’t have a knack for writing computer language for software, apps and/or websites, there is an abundance of free learning resources online, such as Code Academy (which offers classes in 12 coding languages, including JavaScript and Python, as well as markup languages HTML and CSS) and Udemy, where the classes aren’t free, but extremely affordable. Classes at General Assembly tend to run pricier, and the coding school offers one-shot classes and intensive six- to 12-week training sessions online and in-class for a cost ranging from $140 to $3,500. Coding is a general term. There are many different coding languages you can learn. For instance, JavaScript and HTML are common programming languages used for website development. The upside of programming from […]

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21 Low-Cost Ways to Make Money from Home

Cost: Zero to $3,500 (depending on whether you pay for training)Equipment: Computer and internet access Programming code is highly skilled work, but it doesn’t require a lot of equipment. If you have a knack for writing computer language for software, apps and/ or website, there is an abundance of free learning resources online such as Code Academy (which offers classes in 12 coding languages, including JavaScript and Python, as well as markup languages HTML and CSS) and Udemy, where the classes aren’t free, but they’re extremely affordable. Classes at General Assembly tend to run pricier, and the coding school offers one-shot classes and intensive six to 12 week training sessions online and in-class for a cost ranging from $140 to $3,500. Coders must be detail-oriented and meticulous. There is high demand for freelance coders, and much of the work can be done from the comfort of your home. Coding is a general term. There […]

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