It’s tax season, so if you were working last year, and as boring as it is, you need to file taxes. So let’s talk the most common deductions and how to simplify your tax preparation…
Okay, I get it – you don’t have time, it may not work out, it is hard to start out, and you don’t know what to do (fix THAT issue by reading my previous blogs part 1, part 2 and part 3 for 30 suggestions on gigs/side hustles to get started with). However, I strongly believe that you SHOULD get a side hustle. Just today, I was telling my husband how blessed we are that we get to do hustle and gig work. As we talked, we came up with OUR top 15 reasons we love the side hustle life –
It’s Christmas evening, and we have ended our festivities for another year. It was another beautiful and memory making Christmas, we got wonderful presents and spent time with the ones we love the most. But it is evening now, so my husband is out working his ride-share gig job while I work writing gig from the computer. As you have seen, we have a love for side work – it brings financial independence or fills in the gaps on tight months, it can be worked around our schedules and the income is directly related to how hard or how little you work. Do need a refresher for part 1 and part 2? Just click here part 1 and here for part 2.
Let’s look for extra income jobs for those who: Need a job that works around kid’s school schedule. Here are my favorite options –
As mentioned in my previous post, it is the time of year where most of us are feeling stressed with money and needing an extra little bit of side income. Since my husband and I have worked 40+ freelancing and gig type jobs, I am listing the best of the best that we have worked with.
Here are my top picks for someone who: needs a job from home, but does not want something that requires a lot of time.
It’s the time of year where we all spend a little (or a lot) extra on gifts, events, parties and who knows what else. Are you the discount gifter, the planned gifter or the unplanned, rushed gifter? Well, since you are reading this in the 2nd week of December, I am going to assume you are in that last group and you are looking for budget intervention. So, let’s talk about ways to bring in a little extra income.
My husband and I have worked in many, many different off and gig jobs. Basically, everything! We have had some adventures and many mis-adventures. We have had so many opportunities, that I am to the point where I can comfortably explain the benefits and drawbacks of AT LEAST 40 different ‘extra income jobs.’