Make an Extra $1200.00 this month!

Welcome to our first Side-Hustle Spotlight!!!

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The three principle vehicles to accelerate a person’s path to Financial Independence are to find ways to save more, spend less and/or increase one’s income.

As all of our listeners are well aware, both Timika and I are big supporters of both the side-hustle and entrepreneurship. Whether it is a temporary side-hustle to pay off debt in a short period of time, creating a side business to grow into a full time business or simply to work extra to infuse your retirement, each of these options are a great way to get you closer to your financial goals.

Our guest spotlight is Jammie. She drives on the weekends for both Uber and Lyft and can earn anywhere between $325.00 to $900.00 a weekend depending on how many hours she works and bonuses for high demand days or times.

Obviously, that is an incredible amount! How life changing would it be to your budget to have that type of influx of cash? Now, of course, these are one person’s experiences and we cannot guarantee that you will earn the same amount we simply want to provide you with the experience of others so that you can explore options.

In deciding whether or not becoming a driver is for you or not, Timika and I would like to point out a few considerations.

PROS:

  • Quick start-up
  • Easy and quick payment
  • Flexible
  • Good earning potential
  • Meeting people
  • Tip potential
  • Potential expense write-offs

CONS/CONSIDERATIONS:

  • Wear and tear on the vehicle
  • Self-employed – all the ramifications of being self-employed
  • Responsible for taxes
  • Need a newer vehicle
  • Strangers in your car/possible safety concerns

This is not an exhaustive list – but some of the more apparent benefits and considerations.

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TRACKING MILEAGE:

There are many apps available to track mileage while you drive. The Lyft and Uber apps track the miles for actual passenger rides; however, if you want to track the total amount you are driving, you can also use your own APP. These typically run in the background and are very user-friendly. One Wendy recommends is MILE IQ, which you can get by clicking HERE.

READY TO DRIVE?

Follow the links below to get started.

The process is fairly simple. You will typically have to upload via your phone or computer:

  • your driver’s license
  • insurance
  • vehicle registration
  • agree to a background check
  • sometimes have your vehicle pass a safety inspection
  • sometimes and in-person orientation

OTHER OPTIONS:

Timika recently wrote a review for Zemcar, which helps parents safely transport their children. It’s just one more option if you are thinking about driving.

Are you currently driving for another service? WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! CLICK THE LEAVE A VOICEMAIL LINK AND ANSWER A FEW QUESTIONS HERE.

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