Category Archives: Extra Income

Work at Home Scams – Which Are The Good and Which Are The Bad?

Tammy/ April 11, 2018/ Alerts & Updates, Extra Income, Finance, Products & Services, Retirement, Reviews, Scam Warnings, Selling Online, Uncategorized/ 2 comments

Working from home and not having to go in to an office, factory job or retail job is still the dream of many people who wake up dreading the commute and daily grind of an 8-hour job. It’s no different for older adults who are trying to find ways to make extra income after they have started retirement. The problem

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How to Sell Vintage Jewelry Online – Is It Worth It?

Tammy/ April 7, 2018/ Extra Income, General Post, Retirement, Selling Online/ 2 comments

Everyone is looking to earn additional income these days and online businesses are popping up like tulips in the Spring. It’s a hazard of the trade to be so vague in your selling and marketing techniques that you don’t catch the eye of someone who is looking for just what you have to sell. Some fine-tuning and a little extra

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2018 Wealthy Affiliate Review – Teaching ANYONE Successful Affiliate Marketing

Tammy/ March 29, 2018/ Extra Income, General Post, Overcoming Challenges, Retirement, Reviews, Selling Online, Uncategorized/ 0 comments

If I was asked a few months ago if I would recommend any training programs for learning the affiliate marketing business, I would have said, “NO. Don’t waste your time or your money. It’s too confusing and unless you are educated in SEO, Keywords, and building websites it is overwhelming … and it’s going to cost a small fortune just

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Earning Extra Retirement Income – Retire Earlier?

Tammy/ March 28, 2018/ Extra Income, General Post, Life Changes, Overcoming Challenges, Retirement, Selling Online, Uncategorized/ 0 comments

I’ll admit that the thought of retirement used to send chills down my spine.  Like many of you, I have no point of reference to calm my fears.  I have no 401(k) as I’m self-employed.  My husband has a 401(k), but I can’t imagine it’s enough to supplement the minuscule amount of Social Security benefits we’ll get.  We’ve worked hard to

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