Just because one is retired doesn’t mean there are no ways for them to keep some cash flowing in. Here are some of the ways:
1. Answer Online Surveys
Online surveys are activities that only requires 10-15 minutes of your time. You can take as may surveys as you want and get paid for it.
2. Freelance Writing
If you are qualified, freelance writing is a great way to make extra cash. There are various websites online where companies and individuals look to hire freelancers to do a variety of projects for them.
3. Become a Pet Sitter
Pet-sitters are becoming more highly rated in the job market and there are few of them. This can represent a good way of making income as people from around your neighborhood can leave their pets with you while they work for a fee.
4. Drive for Uber
If you own a vehicle and a valid driver’s license, then you can make earnings equivalent to a full-time job working as an independent driver for Uber.
5. Trade-in Extra Vehicles
Some households have more than one vehicle. If you are looking to get some extra cash, trading in one of your vehicles which is rarely used can help you get cash back of up to $7,000 with credit repair companies such as Canada Auto Experts who will help you get a new car loan at a low-interest rate as well as cashback.
Call 1-855-550-5565 or visit www.canadauto.ca to speak to a credit repair specialist.