I am often intrigued by articles that say things like, “How I paid $80,000 off in 6 months,” and “I slayed my student loans in under a year!” But once I read these articles, I find out that these individuals make over $200,000 annually, live in a low-cost area, and have roommates.
When people think of home renovations that tend to think of a money pit from which they will never emerge again.
It’s easy to think that only “average” income earners need to create a budget to be financially competent, but that’s definitely not the case. According to a story on CNN’s Money website, NFL players are susceptible to finishing their careers flat broke.
There are a ton of ways to make a little extra cash and Good Financial Cents recently posted 100-ways to do this – fast; become a dog walker, have a garage sale, volunteer for overtime, etc.. However, if you’re the creative type, here are a few more ideas that might take more time, but could turn into stable income.