I have been self employed for well over a decade. Based on my experience, it has gotten a lot easier to show proof of income for self employed individuals in recent years. In particular, it’s a lot easier to show that proof as a gig worker/ freelancer/ independent contractor than it was a decade or […]
What do you do if you need to earn extra cash but want to maintain your life/work balance? Well, the good news is that there are lots of ways to make a second income that do not take up too much of your spare time. Below we present you with you 9 great ways to […]
Negotiating a higher wage is often touted as one of the ‘easiest’ ways to make more money. On its face, that is the truth. Simply asking for more money is a great way to get more money. But it’s not always that simple- you run the chance of being turned down, or of not getting […]
Making $1000 is a day might sound unfeasible for those of us earning average salaries. After all, $1000 a day is $365,000 in a year, a very high income. It’s an ambitious goal, but a little ambition never hurt anyone right? Here are a few ideas for how to make $1000 in one day.
It’s been in the 80’s for the past week here in Austin. It feels like spring has sprung, even if the calendar still says February. While it’s not quite spring, it is tax season! I’ve finally got all my W2’s in hand, and so I calculated exactly how much I earned last year. I earned $32,242 before […]
If there is one thing in this wide world of ours that I hate, it’s unexpected expenses. Charges that come from out of left field and totally knock your budget and spending for a loop. Sometimes you can plan for them and of course you should have an emergency fund for the big things, but […]
Hey y’all! I wrote a post and the ladies at Reddebtedstepchild were kind enough to post it. Follow this link to read what I have to say about paying off debt when you’re broke! Thanks again Cat and Kayla!
Throughout the course of each month I track my ‘extra’ money. Money that doesn’t have a strict allocation like rent or food is what I consider my extra. For some people there is no such thing as extra money. These people use a zero sum budget, where you allocate every penny you bring in each […]
Paying off debt is hard work. Even if you’re crazy excited to do it like me and get a little thrill when you submit a payment, it’s hard to allocate money each month to give to someone else. It’s even harder not think what you could do with that money. A trip to Europe? A […]