Renting your stuff out to make extra money is something pretty much anyone can get started on right away with no startup costs and not much time or effort. People are willing to pay good money to use things you already own. You can rent your possessions to make some quick money or as a long-term side hustle.
It's hard to put money aside when you're struggling to get by on a low income. But there are ways anyone can save money regardless of what they bring in. The important thing is to just start saving. Forget about the dollar amount and get in the habit of saving something every time you get paid.
Certain popular keto foods can be expensive, but none of them are required. There are plenty of ways to do the keto diet on a budget. If you are on a tight budget or are looking to trim your grocery spending, you can still do the keto diet. Check out my best tips for doing keto on the cheap.
A savings account is an asset that almost everyone has access to. You can use your savings account to build your net worth, stash money so you can access it in case of an emergency, save up for an upcoming major purchase, or to reach a financial goal. They don't pay much interest, but they're safe.
Starting a YouTube channel can be fun and financially rewarding. Some YouTubers make more money than celebrities and professional athletes. But what if you don't want to be on camera? There are a number of different ways to start a channel and create popular videos without showing your face.
The importance of saving money cannot be overstated. Having money in the bank opens up a lot of opportunities and allows you to avoid a lot of problems. There's also the freedom you enjoy when money problems are a thing of the past. Freedom you just don't have without savings.
While it is possible to manage your money without budgeting there could be consequences. If you're not sure where all your money goes or you're not sure what you would do if you had a financial emergency, you might want to make sure you know what you could be getting into.
Shopping for groceries when you're on a tight budget is a huge challenge. The cost of food keeps going up and supermarkets make it really easy to overspend. Fortunately, it is possible to find reasonably priced, reasonably healthy food at the grocery store for pennies a serving.
For couples, splitting shared expenses 50-50 seems like the easiest and most fair option. But is it really? If you and your partner don't make close to the same income, one of you is probably going to find a 50-50 split grossly unfair. Find out how to get on the same page and split expenses fairly.
There are three types of expenses we all have to account for when we're building our budget: fixed, periodic, and variable or flexible. Learn more about each of the different types of expenses, how they impact your budget, and how to prepare for them.
Hi I'm Sara! My husband Jerry and I are on a mission to earn more, spend less, get out of debt, retire early, and enjoy life. We want to help you do the same. Learn more →