What if...

We've all asked ourselves these big "what ifs" from time to time...
What if you could just wish, and suddenly money would appear when you needed it?
What if there was a secret source of cash that didn't require any work on your part to earn it?
What if there was someone out there, somewhere, that cared enough about you to just hand you the money you wanted or needed?

Stop dreaming, start believing.

I know this sounds like a really bad multilevel marketing scheme that you'd see on tv late at night or some sort of joke.
But it's not a scheme and it's not a joke. I really am that person, that someone out there, that cares enough to hand you the money you want or need.

Just ask.

Just send me an e-mail explaining why you want or need money. I may or may not decide to reward you. I will decide the amount and select the recipients.

Give me money: Cash making tips

So, here you go. This post is a collection of the best tips about boosting your income. Almost anyone should be able to find some ideas here to make more money.

Why bother making more money?
Frugality is an important part of personal finance. By managing your expectations and living with your means, you’re more likely to be wealthier and happier. But cutting costs isn’t the only way to boost your cash flow. If your goal is to build wealth, you’ll get the best results by looking beyond frugality to increase your income.
Why? Well, for one thing, you can only cut your costs so far. After you’ve cut to the bone, there’s nothing left to trim. On the other hand, your income potential is unlimited — at least in theory. Unfortunately, it can be tough to generalize about ways to make more money. 

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For most folks, earning more means managing a career effectively: finding the right job, learning how to ask for a raise, and so on. Others can up their incomes by selling stuff they already own, pursuing money-making hobbies, or starting their own businesses. In this article, I’ve tried to cover all the bases. 

You are in need? Ask for money!

Firstly, there are some ways to capitalize on a free money giveaway, no strings attached, that you may want to try to get in on.   All over the world, millionaires and billionaires  giving money away as I do also, are handing out cash to those that are in need.   If you are in need of some assistance, perhaps this is a good option for you.   Once you find  a list of  millionaires that give cash to help out others, you can write to them.   If you are saying, I need cash now, let's explore how you should construct a letter to try to get in on a free money giveaway, no strings attached.

Also, you can try to make money yourself. As you know already, internet is one of the markets that is expending extremely fast. Maybe you have a good idea for online home business that could bring quite a buck? Then you should definitely go for it! I am also willing to help you develop in this field

Maximize Your Salary

When you think of making more money, you probably think about doing something — anything! — other than your day job. But for most folks, the day job is actually the best place to explore increased earning opportunities.
For one thing, changes you make to your salary today have residual benefits. You’re not just making more money now — you’re making more money for years to come. That’s why it’s so important to get paid your worth from the start. Giving up $5,000 a year now is actually giving up $5,000 a year for the rest of your life!
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Take a Second Job

When I’ve needed to make more money in the past, the first thing I’ve done is try to find a second job. It’s the first thing I’d do today if I needed to make more money. Yes, I know the economy is still shaky, but this strategy is still one of the best ways to get cash coming in on a continuous basis.
Apparently, however, I take the whole second job thing as a matter of course. I’ve done it all my life, so I assume others do it too. Because of this,
Working two jobs can be tough. But you know what? It’s also one of the quickest ways to meet your financial goals. There’s a reason all of the personal-finance experts encourage folks to do this, if possible. It works. A decade ago, I was working three jobs — and my income reflected that! (Unfortunately, so did my spending.)

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Become Better Educated

In general, the better your education, the better your income.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, for example, workers without a high-school diploma earned on average about $21,000 in 2006. Those with a diploma earn an average of $31,000. College graduates earned an average of $57,000 in 2006, and those with an advanced degree earn over $82,000 per year. The evidence seems pretty overwhelming: If you want to make more money, seek relevant education.
If you didn’t finish high school, you’re three times as likely to be unemployed than a college grad. Don’t be a fool — stay in school!

Make Money from Your Hobbies

Long-time readers know how much I love stories about people who make money from their hobbies. Since starting this blog in 2006, I’ve written many times about how to use your hobbies to bring you wealth. One of the best reasons to make money from a hobby is that you already know you love to do it. If you can figure out how to get paid, that’s just icing on the cake. (Be aware, though, that sometimes doing a hobby for money turns it into a chore.)

Start a Side Business

Sometimes, money-making hobbies actually grow into side businesses. I went from tinkering with computers, for example, to running a small computer-consulting company.
Side businesses can take as much or as little of your time as you’d like. For a couple of years, I worked at my computer consulting business gig a few hours a month. It earned me enough to stay in the latest computer gear, but I never wanted to grow it.
Side businesses don’t have to be based on hobbies, though. You might use your current job skills to become a consultant, for example. Or you could earn extra income through private tutoring.
One final note: Not everyone has the disposition to own business. My wife, for example, loves her job and has no desire to be an entrepreneur. Before you start a side business, be sure you understand the pros and cons of self-employment 

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Start a Website (or a Blog)

Properly speaking, this should be in the “start a side business” or “make money from your hobbies” category. Yes, starting a website can make you money. But as any blogger will tell you, this is real work. (It took me eight hours to write this article, for example.) Still, if you have the talent and work ethic — and if you get a little lucky — you can, indeed, make money online.
One final word of caution: Although I’m fortunate enough to earn my living through this blog, it’s taken a lot of hard work and not an insignificant amount of luck. Blogging is not a path to quick riches.

Become a Landlord

I’ll admit that this is a money-making idea I’ve been too afraid to pursue. I’ve toyed with the idea, but my wife hates it. And I don’t know enough to dive in without botching things up. Still, there are plenty of other folks who have rented homes or rooms to earn extra cash. They often share their stories around here
If you don’t want to own property, you may still be able to make money from housing. (Or, barring that, you can at least live rent-free!) My friend, for example, once spent a year managing an apartment building. He got a studio apartment for nothing, and a little bit of income on the side.
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Sell Your Stuff

Most folks have homes filled with Stuff. In fact, Americans have so much Stuff that we’ve created one sure-fire recession-proof industry: self-storage units.
But you know what? That Stuff isn’t garbage — it’s money waiting to be made. No, you’re not going to get what you paid for most of your Stuff, but with a little time and effort, you can earn enough to make a dent in your debt or to save for next summer’s trip to England.
Getting rid of unused junk has two great benefits: It frees space in your home, and it puts some money in your pocket. In my mind, it’s a no-lose proposition.


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