Are you looking for ways to make money that involve get rich quick schemes or those involving no real effort? Sorry, but you are at the wrong place. They do not work except for the one selling the idea. However, there may come a time (and probably now is) where your personal budget planning gets to the point of needing some infusion of cash to work according to your goals.
On this page are links to articles and ideas that are proven ways to make a few extra dollars to help in your personal budgeting planning process. Read through the list, click on the link or two to help stimulate your thinking. Use an idea you read in one of these pages exactly as is or adapt it to meet your needs or personality.
Whatever you do, do something. Take real action to better your situation to help you save money, get out of debt, and live financially free.
So, without further ado, here are some ways to make money.
Organizing a Garage Sale
Conducting a local garage sale is a perfect way to get rid of all the things you once used and no longer need.
How to Sell Your Used Car
While you’re ready to move onto a bigger and better car, you still want to get the best possible price for your used car, and this will depend on how much time and effort you want to put into the sale.
Saving for Retirement
If you are a number of years away from retirement, then you have time to develop a retirement savings strategy. But if you are nearing retirement, then you will want to think more carefully about where you place your savings and how quickly it will build.
Learn to Invest Money
The next logical step after mastering budgeting money is to learn to invest money.
Getting Cash for Gold
Getting cash for gold jewelry is a viable option.
48 Business Ideas
A mentor of mine, Dan Miller, has put together a great resource that is free to download. All of these ideas are proven and most cost no money to get started. It is a great list to get your brain juices flowing.
What do you think? Are there ways to make money that you have proven to work? I am sure you have an idea or two of your own to help others tackle personal budget planning a little better. Record it below for others to learn from. Also, be sure to write about your experiences using one of these or another idea.