What to Do When Money is Tight

When the unexpected happens and money is tight, it’s normal to worry about how you’re going to make ends meet. But whether you’re going through a short-term budget crunch or dealing with more challenging financial issues, there are ways to feel more in control of your financial situation–and make the money you have go farther. … Read more

20 Ways to Make Good Money Without a College Degree

Most everyone will agree that doctors, lawyers, engineers, etc. are careers with high income skills. But all of these require at least four years of college, if not more. Because these specialized skills need formal education, it’s understandable why they demand a high income. However, did you know there are skills you can learn to … Read more

20 Great Jobs for Introverts

The closure of many public establishments such as restaurants, movie theaters and clubs has forced many in the labor force to pursue jobs where you work alone without real human interaction. Yet, even before the pandemic, workers have increasingly turned to jobs that do not require physical attendance at an office. People who would rather work alone … Read more

Need a Job? 12 Ways to Make Money in the Coronavirus Age

Whether you believe the hysteria surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic or not, one thing is sure:  The Coronavirus is impacting countless households when it comes to finances.  Those who are brave enough to check the status of their 401K accounts have seen steady drops. Investors are scrambling. Events are canceled for the foreseeable future. However, the people hit … Read more

35 Small Businesses You Can Start for $1,000 or Less

Small businesses have a huge impact on the economy. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, there are 30.2 million small businesses, and they make up 99.9% of businesses in the nation. Business owners help create jobs and provide needed services in their local communities. Want to join the ranks of small business owners yourself? If … Read more

Avoid These 7 Common Side-Hustle Mistakes

If you’re thinking of starting a side hustle, you’re in good company. According to a survey by VistaPrint, 27% of respondents reported having a side gig. Whether you’re a college student or a retiree, earning extra income makes a lot of sense. It can give you some breathing room in your budget, boost your retirement nest … Read more

25 of the Hottest Markets for Rideshare Drivers

When it comes to driving for rideshare services like Uber or Lyft, where you work has a big impact on your earning potential. Ideally speaking, you want to drive in an area that has a consistent demand and where you’re not competing with too many other drivers. We set out to find the best markets for rideshare … Read more

13 Side Hustles You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

By now you’re probably pretty familiar with all the mainstream side hustles out there, like becoming a delivery-partner with Uber or delivering food with DoorDash. But if you’re in need of some extra cash and none of the usual suspects for side gigs sound appealing, worry not. The gig industry is gi-normous (yes, that’s a word) and fortunately … Read more

The Best & Worst Cities for Working From Home

Working from home has never been easier. Thanks to advances in technology, many professionals can plow through their to-do lists from the comfort of their couch. However, some cities are better for remote work than others. Cities that are more appealing to telecommuters have higher earning power for the remote workers who live there and … Read more

Here’s How Much New Teachers Make in Every State

America runs on teachers. In 2017, there were some 3.6 million full-time teachers in U.S., according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). 3.2 million of them were public school teachers, serving local communities across the country. According to the NCES, the average salary for a U.S. public school teacher in the 2016-2017 school year was … Read more

The Highest Paying Jobs You Can Get With a Bachelor’s Degree

More young adults are pursuing higher education than ever before. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 19.1% of adults age 25 and over have a bachelor’s degree, a number that’s been on the rise since 2009. Having a four-year degree can open you up to more, and potentially high-earning, career options. Over one in five … Read more

Here is How Millions of College Students Trading Sex for Student Loan Payments

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While you would never consider trading sex and companionship with a Sugar Daddy or Sugar Momma, a lot of students in college are and this is how they are doing it. According to SeekingArrangement.com, on their site alone they have identified millions of registered users identified as students who are looking for Sugars of the … Read more

NYC Loves Freelance Workers

The City of New York recently passed an interesting law to protect freelance workers. Titled “The Freelance Isn’t Free Act” the law efforts to protect freelancers and those working from home from being cheated out of their pay. The bill requires that a written contract be created for work billed at $800 or more and … Read more