Thirty years ago, the average person would call you crazy if you said you could get paid to play games. At the time, it was seen as unproductive, meaningless, and a waste of time. While I can’t say public opinion has changed from those stances, but most people today would agree that there are some real routes to earn money with the boom of the internet. I’m sure nearly everyone reading this is familiar with the mainstay of streaming online games to start making some money. With the pandemic still hitting hard, streaming is bigger than ever since a good chunk of people are working at home on their computers all day. Though it is definitely possible to break into
Table of Contents If you’re looking for “a scrap yard near me”, you probably have some scrap metal lying around. Did you know that the scrap yard will not only take your metal scraps but will actually pay you money for it? Some of the most common metals purchased are
We all know how important it is to have a college degree these days. It’s also a well-known fact that student loans suck! Right after that incredible graduation day, you come to the realization that you have a towering mound of student loan debt. Did you know that the average
Best August for S&P 500 returns in 34 years! 6.5% gain in my retirement account in 1 month which my net worth loved! The S&P was up 6.6% so pretty close to being right on. Will this continue? Of course not. Am I enjoying the sight of crazy returns? Yup!
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Are you a planner? Do you know exactly where you’ll be working or where you want to live in 5 years? If so, then answering the question of should I rent or buy is somewhat easy! A lot of people don’t know where they’ll be working in 5 years. The
Ever wonder how the rich get rich? I’m not talking about trust fund kiddos where they inherit their millions but those who build their wealth through hard work to join the millionaire club. Over the past couple years an average of 675,000-700,000 US households passed the $1 million net worth