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You’ve got time off, but you’ve got no cash. What should you do? Spend your free time making money instead of spending it, of course. Here are some quick ideas for maximizing your vacation break by taking on short-term gigs:
The holidays can get expensive, but they can also be a prime time for making a bit of extra cash. From helping others navigate the season to taking advantage of extra time off from your normal job, there are plenty of ways to make money during the Christmas holidays. Hooking yourself up with side gigs for the holidays makes it easy to afford all the presents and participate in all the festivities. Here are 17 of the best ideas for cashing in on the holiday season:
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In addition to being a great place to make a full-time living selling everything from electronics to collectibles, eBay is also a part-time hobby sales paradise. And for every “of course they sell that on eBay” item, there are loads of weird things you can sell on eBay that you probably never thought of. Here are some of the strangest things we’ve seen for sale on eBay. Maybe you’ll make some extra cash clearing out these items from your own home and putting them up for auction.
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Starting a food truck business can be a way to break into work as a chef, a prelude to starting your own restaurant, or a profitable cooking-related venture on its own. It’s typically cheaper to start a food truck than to open a full restaurant, and you have more control over when and where you sell your food items.
Essentially, having multiple streams of income means having more than one way to make money.
The multiple streams can be a combination of a full-time or part-time job plus a side gig that provides extra cash on occasion. The waitress who models or acts whenever she lands a gig is one example of this. So is the office worker who sells Avon, the teacher who tutors off-hours and the policeman who works as a private security guard for local concerts.
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Has crisp fall weather and an abundance of free time while the kids are in school inspired you to start a new moneymaking venture yet? If you’ve been contemplating ways to cash in on autumn, here are some fun ways to make a bit of extra money this fall.
Before scouring your house or apartment for things to sell, you need to decide how and where you will sell them. If you have a lot of low-value items to get rid of, hosting or participating in a garage sale or rummage sale might be your best option. If you have higher-value things to sell, online sales might work better for maximizing how much money you get for your used items.
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If you’re a whiz in the kitchen, it might be time to turn your cooking skills into cash. Here are 15 of the best ways home cooks can go from hobbyist to professional cook.
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Work from home scams are unfortunately quite common, and they cause problems in multiple ways. Sorting through scams can take valuable time away when you’re trying to find legitimate paying gigs. Work-at-home scams can also cast a shadow over work at home activities by making some people think all home-based business opportunities are a scam. Here is a list of the most common work at home scams so you can avoid them and get on with your search for work that actually pays.
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