FDIC insured with over $1 billion in assets securely saved, there’s no account minimum, overdraft prevention, and a 1% cash bonus on your account balances. If you’re terrible about saving, take 10 minutes out of your day and set up your account and get a free $5. Think of the 1% quarterly cash bonus as your future self thanking you for being more responsible about your finances.

This side hustle can easily become a full-time job. If you’ve got expertise in an area and think you can help small businesses near you, give this a shot. For instance, Ben and I know a lot about running Facebook advertising campaigns, so we approached the owner of our gym if he would let us design a few campaigns for him. And of course, he was thrilled to get the help. Here’s a useful 18 Step Checklist for Becoming a Small Business Consultant.


Hello Philip–good list but  most of the activities are so cliche and yet more creativity could be better employed here…this would make me work more hours for a little more pay and still keep me in the debt circle for so long. it would require me to worker harder so that i can make more money and yet am at the point where i want my money make more money with me getting less actively/ physically involved. Some call it ‘Working Smart’ unlike traditional options that have often helped many to stay afloat without helping them soar to financial growth and prosperity. Thanks though
65. Social Media Guru: Not everyone knows how to connect with people/businesses on the social media sites, but everyone knows what powerful tools they are. If you know all the in’s and out’s of the social media sites, then offer your knowledge to businesses or bloggers to get them up and running. Social media presence creation, updating, and responding are a few skills you can suggest.
For anyone who has capped at their current job, it could be time to look for another. If your salary is capped, it typically means that you are an expert for your current job, and the company can’t pay you anymore money for doing the same job. Take this as a sign to better utilize your skills at a more challenging, and subsequently higher paying job.
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