Book in Advance for Reasonable Airfare Prices

How Far In Advance Should You Book a Flight to Get the Cheapest Possible Price?
(FinancialHealth.net) - It might be a good idea to start planning the next vacation a lot sooner than later. According to a study done by CheapAir.com, booking your flight an average of 76 days in advance will increase your odds of grabbing the lowest prices. The study analyzed over 917 million airfares and discovered travelers usually get the best deals...

3 Rules to Break for Financial Success

3 Rules to Break for Financial Success
(FinancialHealth.net) - It isn’t hard to find financial rules for success, but many of them can be confusing for people who are well educated in the confusing realm of finances. “Buy low, sell high!” Buy what? Stocks? How? Which ones? So how do you start out on the road to financial success without what seems like a wealth of knowledge required to...

Revealed! 5 Secret State Assistance Maneuvers

Revealed! 5 Secret State Assistance Maneuvers
(FinancialHealth.net) - In April of 2020, states began rolling out new systems for those who were applying for unemployment benefits. But they didn’t make it clear who could apply. Many, like Indiana, focused on giving notice to the self-employed and gig economy, but didn’t make it obvious to others who qualified, like those who were supposed to start jobs...

Best Part-time Jobs for Retirees

(FinancialHealth.net) - Retirement brings the opportunity to travel and/or spend more time doing things you love with people you care about. However, it can also bring about feelings of boredom and the challenge of adjusting to life without working every day. The answer to the perfect balance may be getting a part-time job to occupy your time while adding fast...

Is Coffee Holding You Back?

(FinancialHealth.net) - The key to financial success? Stop wasting money on pedicures and $4 lattes. At least that’s what many popular personal finance gurus would have the world believe. How much weight does this line of thinking hold? Do a few, small personal sacrifices really pave the road to financial security? Check the Math While personal finance experts provide a lot of...

Great Ways to Score Reading Material Cheap

(FinancialHealth.net) -  There's nothing better than reading a good book. Getting ahold of the latest bestsellers and popular magazines is just a way of life for the avid bookworm. Problem is, it can get pricey, especially if you're a fast reader. Fortunately, there are ways to cut costs by looking for used bookstores, joining book clubs, exploring the online marketplace...

Make Money Writing About What You Already Know

3 Ways to Make Money Writing About What You Already Know
(FinancialHealth.net) - Need extra cash? If you’re moderately talented in writing, you may have an unexpected cash cow on your hands. The internet world thrives on authoritative content, and when it's written by people with practical experience it's naturally more authoritative in tone. From crafters who draft up DIY tutorials for fun projects to plumbers who explain how to fix...

Want to Travel by RV? Renting vs. Buying

(FinancialHealth.net) – If you're planning your next trip and you've decided that an RV is the way to go, you might be caught between renting versus buying. Both have their pros and cons, but it's really up to you. Are you ready to take on the expense and maintenance of RV ownership, or would you prefer the convenience of renting....

How to Save Money on Utilities In Minutes

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Save on Cable, Internet, and Phone in a Single Phone Call (FinancialHealth.net) - Looking for ways to lower your monthly budget? While your cable, internet, and phone bills may seem static, these three utilities are often considerably easier to adjust in price than, say, power or gas. In fact, providers will often be happy to help you find a more...

Ways to Make Cash Tutoring People Online

How to Make Quick Cash Tutoring People Online
(FinancialHealth.net) - Tutoring people online is a great way to earn cash. Good news is, you don’t need a teaching degree in order to be an online tutor. However, some online tutoring companies do require you to have a bachelor’s degree in the field you wish to work in. Learn more about the different ways you can make cash...

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Why Pet-Sitting is the Purrfect Job for Older Adults

Why Pet-Sitting is the Purrfect Job for Older Adults

Seniors looking to make some extra cash should give pet-sitting a try. Not only is it a simple way to earn money, but it...