Best Tools to Minimize Freelancing Headaches with Xero

Best Tools to Minimize Freelancing Headaches with Xero

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Side Hustle -- With Fluff! | brokeGIRLrich

Side Hustle — With Fluff

Today I’ve got a terrific guest post from Courtney at Rover.com, another great site to add to your list, hustlers – especially if you ❤ dogs.  Imagine this: You’re in need of some extra cash to pay off some debt. You’re looking for side hustles which could be a good fit for your current lifestyle, but…

Rev Up Your Side Income

Rev Up Your Side Income

If you can hear fairly well, Rev might be a way to bring in a little extra cash to hit your 2017 goals. Rev is a company that has 3 subdivisions – captioning, transcribing and translation. I don’t know anything about the translation pool of freelancers, but for captioning and transcribing, you submit an application…

The Splurge/Hustle BalanceThe Splurge/Hustle Balance

The Splurge/Hustle Balance

The last few years as a freelance stage manager have taught me a lot about weird budgeting techniques, make or break numbers and saving for a rainy day. Before I was a freelancer, saving for a rainy day meant saving for something fun. Nowadays, I think of saving for a rainy day more like stockpiling…

That New York Hustle

That New York Hustle

I was recently reviewing my financial growth over the last few years and thinking about my hustling situations when I noticed something kind of interesting. Seems like there’s no hustle like a New York City hustle. I’ve done a better job saving and growing my net worth since I left, but the number of cash…

The Hustle vs. Pin Money

The Hustle vs. Pin Money

When I was little, my grandmother would always talk about pin money. It was what she called the few financial odds and ends she managed to pick up throughout the year. She’d clip coupons to cut down on her grocery budget and pocket the rest of the money from my grandpa. She’d collect coins in…