American retailers earn about a third of their total annual revenue during the months of November and December. Because of this influx of profit, the stores are able to add extra staff, extend their hours and send out more packages. They need extra help, and they will pay for it.
With my wife and I selling our house, we also decided to take the opportunity to sell off a whole heap of our stuff. As luck would have it, the people who live across the road from us were planning on having a garage sale on the weekend and they kindly offered to allow us to sell some of our stuff with theirs.
Possibly the best way that I know how to save money is by doing so using time and compound interest. It’s amazing just how much difference compound interest can make to your total bank balance, particularly when you measure it over decades.
The fortunate / unfortunate thing about compound interest though (depending on your stage of life) is that the earlier you start, the bigger the rewards you can reap.
Have you ever considered buying or selling a website before? I know it isn’t exactly a commonly discussed topic, but I was reading an article the other day (I can’t find it for the life of me) where this guy created his website, and within 9 months he had managed to sell it for over $17K – Not bad I thought to myself, particularly when it was so new.
The following post is by DW from GreatPassiveIncomeIdeas.com, a website that is all about exploring the thousands of ways you could try to make money on the side, all while keeping your day job!
Saving money can be hard. You pay attention to your budget, cut out the things you don’t need, and stash your money away exactly as you’re supposed to do.