3 Free Apps You Can Make Money With

January 27th, 2016

Make money with your cell phoneThere’s nothing like getting something for free and being able to turn that something into ongoing profits. With the way technology and the online world have been going, things are moving more and more to mobile applications.

As you know, you can search the Apple Store, Google Play and other sites with an app market.

3 Common Free Apps You Can Make Money With

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Getting a Personal Loan in Grand Prairie Approved

October 13th, 2015

personal loanFinding the right way to get a little extra cash is usually a top concern for a person in need. With all of the different venues that a person can pursue when trying to find this money and choosing the right one will take some time and effort. Among the most used methods of getting fast cash is by using a personal loan. Getting the right personal loan will take some time and effort your part. Here are some of things that a person can do when trying to get their grande prairie personal loans approved.

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Keeping Track of Time – Time is Money

August 27th, 2015

employee time clockWe’ve all heard of the cache phrase “Time is Money!” Well, that’s not always true. However, for an employee who’s paid by the hour, time is literally money. So as a business owner, managing your time and managing your money are almost the same thing!

I’m not saying that all employees are dishonest, but some will do everything they can to do what we like to call, “Milking the Clock.”

Back in the day I had a job working at an airport just outside of Silver City New Mexico. It was a summer job which had me doing runway maintenance, washing and waxing planes and refueling slurry bombers as they came in from their fire runs. As a high school kid, it was a pretty sweet gig.

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You’ve Won the Lottery! What Should You Do?

August 4th, 2015

I’m not a big lottery player, in fact, I don’t play the lottery at all. I think I’ve purchased a total of less than ten scratcher tickets in my entire lifetime and am pretty sure that I’m in the positive on my winnings. Although I wouldn’t turn down any winnings that came my way, I don’t want to leave my future up to chance. Quite frankly, I seldom win things like door prizes, free trips or anything of that nature. My past has taught me that if I want to win, I have to work for it.

However, if you are someone who has a lucky bone in their body and is good at winning things such as lotteries and drawings, you might find yourself the recipient of a large some of money in the near or distant future.

When that happens, here’s an infographic I stumbled upon that might help you in your adjustment to life after winning the lottery.

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Top Income Opportunities

November 29th, 2014

income opportunitiesIn today’s day and age of unemployment, falling wages and financial distress, it’s no wonder that many of us yearn for a little extra dough. Whilst some, when faced with such a need, will take a position at a shop, call center or some other low-income occupation, there are plenty of other ways out there to secure a little extra income without having to be exhausted at the end of the day, especially thanks to the internet. Here are some of our favorite means that’ll afford you a little extra cash!

Provide Services

Making money on the internet is a pretty easy thing to do nowadays, especially if you have skills that are useful to online companies and websites. Blog writing, copywriting, web design, search marketing or even providing customer support can all be conducted quickly and easily from a computer, a great choice for those who have a little spare time on their hands. Sites such as oDesk, PeoplePerHouse and Freelancer are all great portals with which you can find work- get logged in!

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Prepaid Debit Card for Credit Card and Banking Issues

August 13th, 2014

Prepaid debit cardHave you ever run into someone you were working with, or about to work with, and because they didn’t have a credit or debit card, things didn’t pan out as you had hoped?

In the home business industry, I used to run into this problem over and over again, mostly when dealing with individuals from third world countries. Either they didn’t have a card they could use to get started in the opportunity I was offering, or they didn’t even have a bank account. Heck, some of them didn’t even have a computer or a phone, but that’s a story for another day.

So I had to either push them to the curb, leaving money on the table.

But over the last few years, the ways of traditional banking are being tested. There are other ways to handle your money, without having to go through the application process of an established banking institution.

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