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10 Tips on How to Make Extra Money

 

 
1. Retail or food service
Get a part time job working for a retail or restaurant establishment.
2. Dog walking
Knock on neighbors’ doors or post on social media advertising your dog walking services.
3. Drive for Uber or Lyft
Drivers get to make their own hours. All you need is a car and a clean driving record.
4. Tutor
If you are well versed in a subject, post your tutoring ads on school networks and social sites.
5. Participate in medical studies
If you accept the risk of potential side effects, this is a good way to make money quickly.
6. Rent an extra room in your home
If you have an extra room you can list it on websites such as Airbnb or VRBO.
If you can stay with family or a friend, you can rent your house out.
7. Sell things you don’t need
Sell old clothes or household items you no longer wear or use.
8. Take paid surveys
Companies pay consumers to take surveys to help them understand their customers.
9. Food delivery
Delivering through websites like Caviar, DoorDash, and UberEats, consumers get to take home 100 % of the money they make.
10. Babysit
Sign up through an online babysitting network or post through social sites for babysitting opportunities.


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