Mostly everyone agrees that making more money and having more in savings is beneficial. Making extra money at home can be quite convenient, which is why many of the ways to make extra money I’ve listed can all be done at home. That extra $50 a month can really change someone’s life.
Making extra money each month can do a lot good for someone. Some of these good things include:
pay off student loans
pay off a car or house sooner
feel satisfied in knowing you are doing well with money
So much money can be saved by simply flashing your student ID card, yet so many college students never do this.
I honestly don’t even believe you have to be a current college student, you could still flash your college ID without an issue. I try my best to remember to ask each restaurant/store I go to if they have discounts for college students.
You’d be quite surprised at who gives student discounts.
Another great way to save money when shopping is to get free cash back for your purchases. I highly recommend signing up for Ebates before you do any shopping. You get cash back for purchases you make online. Plus, for signing up you also receive a free $10 gift card to a store such as Target!
I made this page so you all can easily find all of the companies, services, and products I use or recommend using. On this page, you’ll be able to find out how to make extra money, save money, make life easier, and more. I’ve only included what I use myself or what I would highly recommend to others.
Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but they are all products I encourage using. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified or personally used.
Are you excited for the holiday season? I am! I haven’t started any holiday shopping yet, but I already have laid out what I am getting for people. I’m shopping on a pretty tight budget this year, so I’ve decided to go with heartfelt and creative gifts.
Buying a gift for someone doesn’t need to be expensive or stress inducing. The holiday season should be exciting and full of joy!
Here are some articles that can help you this holiday season:
Giving a financial tool as a gift is one of the best gifts that could be given during the holiday season. Learning how to save money, budget, and other important personal finance tools are key to living a stress-free life when it comes to money. Money is often a stressor for a majority of people, largely due to the fact that personal finance isn’t taught nearly as much as it should be in high schools.
Though this article is directed to the finance savvy, I also decided to include quirky gifts, gifts for someone who would like to be finance savvy or someone who is completely lost when it comes to the personal finance world.
All of the gifts I am providing are under $20 at the time that I am writing this post. I wanted to create a list that is both affordable and helpful for everyone.