If you are looking to earn some extra cash, chances are you can do it without even leaving home. Most of us have far too much stuff. With a little bit of work, you can easily turn that extra stuff into some extra income. I routinely go through and sell items I don’t need anymore. There’s always more to declutter. I could probably still sell a lot more than I already do and never even miss it. I love that feeling of clearing out the clutter and it is a great way to help my budget at the same time. I once made $700 in a weekend simply by decluttering my home so selling your stuff can definitely be profitable.
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Are you looking for a way to earn some extra cash during the holiday season?
Holiday expenses can definitely add up fast. Between holiday gifts, holiday meals, parties, and other events, having some extra income could drastically reduce your stress level.
You probably don’t want to commit to a extra job long-term though. Fortunately, you still have a lot of options to earn extra money for Christmas without saying goodbye to all of your spare time. If you want to pay for Christmas without killing your budget, you need a side gig.
Are you worried about how you are going to pay for your kids’ college education?
I know I worry way more about paying for college as a parent than I ever did as a student. Now we have college tuition and other fees looming for 6 kids and, I’ll admit, it’s a bit overwhelming.
The older my kids get, the more I realize how much I don’t know about saving for college. I’m willing to bet most of you are in the same boat.
We sat down with Yvette Haring, (team manager at TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc. (TFI), plan manager for ScholarShare, California 529 College Savings Plan) to get some answers straight from the expert.
Are you looking for gift ideas that will help your future college student?
Even if college is a few years away, there are still some great ways to use the holidays to help your child be ready for the future.
College is sneaking up on me. My oldest son is 13 but I’m realizing just how quickly the college years will be here. We do our best to use holidays to plan for his future and make sure he will have what he needs when the time comes to head off to college.
There are all kinds of ways you can use gifts to help your child prepare for college. Here are a few of our favorites: