7 New Ideas for Covering your Rent Bill this Month
Taking online surveys is definitely a great way to supplement your income. But if that doesn't cut it and you're still looking for some other ideas to cover your rent or mortgage payment, we've done the searching and found 7 new ideas you probably haven't thought of yet to fill the gaps in your personal cash flow.
1. Personal Loans
Sure, credit cards come in handy when you have minor expenses you want to pay later. But the interest rates can be high, and if you need up front cash, most credit cards charge even higher cash advance fees.
Another option is to get a personal loan online through a service such as Slam Dunk Loans. Personal loans typically allow you to access a larger amount of cash up front (up to $50,000) and the interest rate is often lower than what credit cards charge.
2. Save on your Car Insurance
With most people, car insurance is a "set it an forget it" type of thing. But a quick check online could net you substantial savings on car insurance. Save the hassle of a phone call and use an online tool such as Rates For Insurance to check to see how much you could save by switching.
3. Deliver food with Doordash
4. Tighten up your budget with Truebill
Budgeting usually sounds boring, but the Truebill makes it fun. Truebill helps you easily track your spending, start a savings account and lower your bills. Plus, 80% of people save money by using Truebill to find and cancel unwanted subscriptions!
5. Submit your Invention idea
Have an idea for a new invention or product that you keep thinking you should do something with? Request a Free Invent Guide to find out how you can take the next step with your idea.
6. Get a $500 Assistance Check for completing 10 offers
Advertisers are eager for customers to try their products and services. $500 Assistance Check is a program where you can earn a $500 check by completing 10 offers from advertisers.
7. Invest your spare change to grow your money
If you're not regularly investing money in the stock market, it might seem daunting to get started. With the Acorns app, they make it easy -- it automatically invests your spare change to grow your money.