We all end up in a money crunch from time to time. The ability to make extra money is priceless. When unexpected expenses arise, make sure that you’re prepared.

When you know how to create additional income, you are empowered to weather any financial storm. 

Here are 3 ways to make extra money


Freelancing

Freelancing is one of the fastest and easiest ways to start making extra money. For most freelance gigs you won’t need a website or to create a product or even a profitable business idea. All you need is to tap into your skill set. Consider the types of problems that you’re able to solve. What are you good at? Writing, graphic design, SEO, photography… etc.

While freelancing is not as appealing as creating passive income, it is convenient. You’ll be able to set your own schedule and create income doing something that you’re already familiar with. One of the top benefits is that you’ll also be paid quickly; often the same day the finished product is submitted.

Check out sites like: freelancer.com, fiverr.com, Craigslist.com or upwork.com

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Sell Your Things

Most of us have things around our homes that we no longer need or use. Stop giving things away and sell them instead. Not only will you clear up much-needed space but you’ll make money doing it. It’s a win-win.

There are several sites where you can sell your items such as eBay, Facebook Groups and Craigslist. But there are also niche sites like thredup.com or poshmark.com if you’re looking to sell your old clothes, shoes or accessories. Each site has its pros and cons, but each is easy to use and you can get started right away.

Tip: If you are in desperate need of money and have a pending lawsuit or settlement, consider borrowing against it. Be clear on the terms of repayment and any associated fees, as you don’t want to be taken advantage of. For more info do a little research. This is should be a last resort option. 

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Invest in your future

If you’re interested in creating long-term passive income there are other options. Consider investing in stock or real estate. While it may take longer to see a profit when investing in stocks, real estate investing can provide both immediate and ongoing income. From flipping home profits to monthly income from rental properties, real estate investing offers many income options. But like all investments, you will need to have money to make money. Having a strong financial standing, substantial savings, and a good credit score will be needed to get started.