Side hustles have always been a good way to earn more money and better your finances. With so many people in debt while wages have fallen flat, theyâve become especially popular over the past decade. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, weâve seen them shoot ahead in popularity even further. According to a recent survey by […]
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If you have some spare time and are looking for ways to make a little extra money, you could try filling out surveys for money. With survey companies paying out millions of dollars to users each year, itâs a legitimate way to earn an income online.
Or is it? Thereâs a natural skepticism whenever this topic is brought up in personal finance circles, and for good reason. For starters, far too many people have been burned by the claims of âscammyâ survey sites in the past, walking away with nothing more than a whole lot of wasted time. And, letâs face it, youâre never going to get rich filling out online surveys. Forget rich, youâre going to struggle just to get to minimum wage.
So why even bother? Survey sites are definitely not for everyone, yet they remain very popular. If you stick to the most reputable ones, there is money to be made. Weâre not talking rent-erasing money, but it might cover the cost of your monthly Netflix subscription, or subsidize your coffee habit, which for some people is worth the effort.
A four-bedroom townhouse with park views and tons of charm has recently hit the market, and we’re dying to tell you all about it. The listing, brought to market by Compass’ Michael J. Franco, is right next to Prospect Park, Brooklynâs second largest park, and has plenty of outdoor space (and a rooftop deck to […] More
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A gorgeous, sprawling Connecticut estate with ties to The Beatles, Prudence Farrow, and the Gershwin brothers is up for sale in Westport for $9 million. The seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom, 9,360-square-foot property at 157 Easton Road, also known as River Run Estate, is being marketed by Compassâ Susan Vanech. It was originally built in 1955, and completely […] More
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If youâre a coffee lover, you know that drinking coffee is a complex and nuanced experience, from the rich aroma, comforting warmth, to the actual ritual of sitting down with a fresh cup in the morning, getting ready for the day that lies ahead. So why not make your kitchen accommodate for the best possible […] More
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Debt consolidation is one of the most effective ways to effectively manage debt. It can greatly improve your debt-to-income ratio and help you get back on your feet. You will have more money in your pocket and less debt to worry about, and while your options are a little more limited if you have bad […]
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The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Actâalso known as the CARES Actâis a $2 trillion stimulus package passed by the federal government. The goal of the CARES Act is to provide relief for individuals and businesses struggling with the financial fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shutdowns. One of the components of the… Read More
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