ThrifTchic posted:

Hello everyone my name is Wendy I amI am so glad I found your community I have a little bit of knowledge with helping people pay off credit cards and their they're home mortgage early all by themselves anyone can do it It just takes discipline and you can do it for free so please don't get taken by any of these companies out here selling a a product you can all by yourself absolutely free. That being said I am looking for new & different ways to make money and save money I already refill items I find at thrift stores but I know there's much more I could be doing. I am recently divorced and and this is a big scary world when you're newly single. I can't wait to talk to all of you and get started learning new ideas & strategies!!!

Hi @ThrifTchic and welcome to the community. The knowledge you have is all you need to generate an income online. I'm an affiliate marketer and blogger. And often turn knowledge into an online product like an eBook. Have you ever thought of turning your knowledge on credit card debt and paying off a mortgage fast into a digital product? I can help you do that and publish on Amazon at no cost. 

Hello, I’m Barbara from South Georgia, USA. I look forward to my daily email from the Penny Hoarder because of the wealth information available. I am working on paying my credit cards & personal loans off. I should have them paid off by 2021. My next goal is to save for retirement. Thank you for the info!!!

Hello. I am a retired senior. I live on a very small income but I''ve had a small income all my life so I get by. My only goal is to add a small increase to my finances so I won't have to do so much "getting by".

Welcome to the community.  I understand about living on a small income.
If I can help in any way please let me know.

Bonnie Squires posted:

Hello. I am a retired senior. I live on a very small income but I''ve had a small income all my life so I get by. My only goal is to add a small increase to my finances so I won't have to do so much "getting by".

Welcome to the community.  I understand about living on a small income.
If I can help in any way please let me know.

I think I may be able to help you ladies @Bonnie Squires@Lola. With two sites I recently discovered that pay for review tasks and watch videos then share your opinion. I'm still testing because it's a recent discovery (I'm constantly testing tactics and strategies to make money online). So whether it will work for you I can neither confirm nor deny. 

The sites are USERTESTING(DOT)COM and ENROLLAPP(DOT)COM. With User Testing you will need a microphone because you need to talk and review while watching a video or visit a website. But they pay as high as $60 for a task (or so I'm told). 

Its completely free to join, and perhaps it can give you a bit of a budget boost. Hope this helps, let me know if you need help.

Hi, I'm Maggie. I live in Columbus, OH. I have two 2 dogs named Cookie Monster and Callie and I have a roommate named Ben. I am really glad I found Penny Hoarder. I have no idea how I started receiving it but I have found the emails to be incredibly helpful. I'm not great with money and at 35 I feel like I should be better. I have used a few tips I've learned in the last several months since I've started reading Penny Hoarder. I now use a budgeting app and I have a few apps that help me get cash back or rewards points when I go shopping. I am hoping to make a career change in the next year or two. Before I do change careers I want to make sure I feel stable financially. I appreciate the practical advice I've found here on Penny Hoarder. 

Maggie M posted:

Hi, I'm Maggie. I live in Columbus, OH. I have two 2 dogs named Cookie Monster and Callie and I have a roommate named Ben. I am really glad I found Penny Hoarder. I have no idea how I started receiving it but I have found the emails to be incredibly helpful. I'm not great with money and at 35 I feel like I should be better. I have used a few tips I've learned in the last several months since I've started reading Penny Hoarder. I now use a budgeting app and I have a few apps that help me get cash back or rewards points when I go shopping. I am hoping to make a career change in the next year or two. Before I do change careers I want to make sure I feel stable financially. I appreciate the practical advice I've found here on Penny Hoarder. 

Welcome to the Community @Maggie M. Just keep going, it does get better I can assure you. Penny Hoarder offers a lot of useful advice indeed.

I don't owe but on one credit card and that will be paid up the end of this month. When I first posted on Penny Hoarder I  was looking for a work at home job. I have seen nothing about one since except one man posted they all are not what they seem. I am not looking for public work. I have worked 37 years and no more public work. I was a CorrectionL Officer then after I retired I worked as a substitute teacher for a year. That was enough. I would now like something at home. I coupon and look for sales at the grocery stores. My car is paid for. I would just like some info on working at home. Any good ideas? Nothing negative please.

MISSYD what kind of work at home job are you looking fall.
There so many things you could do sell i'm ebay,amazon, etsy.

What kind of hobbies do you like doing. Making crafts that you
sell them.

Some thing you know about which can be turned into a ebook.

Looking for survey's and other things like that. You can message
me for the ones I do.

You could do affiliate marketing to. 

I hope this has helped you.

When I first posted on Penny Hoarder I  was looking for a work at home job. I have seen nothing about one since except one man posted they all are not what they seem. I am not looking for public work. I have worked 37 years and no more public work. I was a CorrectionL Officer then after I retired I worked as a substitute teacher for a year. That was enough. I would now like something at home. I coupon and look for sales at the grocery stores. My car is paid for. I would just like some info on working at home. Any good ideas? Nothing negative please.

 

There are threads about work from home jobs on this site. You should look at the section ”Make Money”. The Penny Hoarder is constantly publishing articles on work from home jobs. 

https://community.thepennyhoarder.com/forum/forum-2

 

Hello, I'm Stefani Becker but most people just call me Stef. I'm a mother of 4 (3 boys 1 girl) and a wife before anything. I'm also an insider at Mr.Jims.Pizza and a student at blue Cliff college as a medical assistant. I love writing, singing, reading, and anything to do with art. I decided to join the pennyhoarder community because me and my husband are just starting out on our own and currently having trouble just staying afloat. He is a welder and gets paid decently but his pay is barely enough to pay bills and I barely get less then minimum wage but it's barely enough to cover food and his gas. With that said, we can't afford to save but we both want to get out of renting and eventually I will have to start paying off my student loans.

Hi there @Stefani Becker Welcome to the forum! Just getting started can be tough but you have definitely made the right choice in joining this forum.

If you have any questions feel free to ask or you can start a thread if it is a question about a specific topic that you would like everyone to give their input on.

STEFANI BECKER I've to agree with MOORE INCOME
about joining this forum. It is a great help.

Have you tried to get food stamps to help with food?
All so you should have a local food pantry that could
help.

All so with food we have a family of 5 now. Most of
our kids moved out. But I look at the flyers where my
son works than the market here and DG. I try and keep 
my meats under $2 so when meat goes on sale I'll buy
in bulk. Like i've 20 pounds of pork chops got for $20
hamburger meat i got 20 pounds for $38. 

 I am Bambang Widjaja , from Makassar, South Sulawesi province of Indonesia , just started my online world back , left them for sometimes, and so glad i can be joining here , and wish that i could learn, share and connected with more friends, and network . 

Rise of Lifestyle Entrepreneurs, brings me back online again, and i'm so passionate to share thoughts, ideas or insights , so happy if i could inspiring more people , how they can be more productive and going for another level of their life . 

Once again, thanks for the warm welcome , let's learn , share and connected !

Nicole posted:

Hi!  I'm Nicole from Canada.  I'm a stay at home mom that loves to save money, couponing & contesting (sweepstaking).  My goals are to live debt-free while life keeps sending us curveballs that use up all our savings so that we need to start again.  I like to save money for camping & travelling too.

hang in there, and be patient, check with the Kellog company they have tjhe best coupons. and watch out for the sites that promise to good of stuff it is not wort your time.

Jana posted:

Hello, everyone.  I'm Jana.   I'm a brand new blogger.  I have a money-saving blog with discussions and resources on how to save money by getting freebies and winning prizes online.   I've saved so much money doing this, and love to share how with others.  My financial goals are aimed at being able to reduce my work hours (at my 'outside' full-time job) in 2019 and to be able to quit that full-time job in the future.  

 

MissyD posted:

I don't owe but on one credit card and that will be paid up the end of this month. When I first posted on Penny Hoarder I  was looking for a work at home job. I have seen nothing about one since except one man posted they all are not what they seem. I am not looking for public work. I have worked 37 years and no more public work. I was a CorrectionL Officer then after I retired I worked as a substitute teacher for a year. That was enough. I would now like something at home. I coupon and look for sales at the grocery stores. My car is paid for. I would just like some info on working at home. Any good ideas? Nothing negative please.

Hi I get emails all the time from class action lawsuits and .I seen there was one for correction officer's so you might want to look into it you will get some money if you apply you have to do it soon because they close them and your not able to apply .have a nice day 

I recently put a fraud alert on all the credit report's because I received a card that .I was in a class action lawsuit and. I haven't heard from them ye.but I started receiving alot of inquires and .I didn't realize what was happening until .I got overwhelmed with all these letters of denied action and my credit score has lost alot of points on the account of all this so. I don't know what to do from here .I need help so IF you can let me know what do. I do from here Thank you Martha Lopez 

BeckAtsila posted:
Bonnie Squires posted:

I'm new here. We just scaled our house down. Moved from a house
that was 2100 square feet up and down in the basement and a hough
lot to a little over 1,000 square feet. The house is only 703 square feet
We will own this in 10 years instead of 30 years. Next year we will be down
to 2 kids hubby and myself and 2 my be 3 dogs. 

I'm looking to pay my credit cards off and my home. 
I'm disabled and so my husband. I'm his care taker and i do get paid
for this. But looking for some side hustles to help pay bills and debt 
off faster.

I'm looking forward to learning from this site. 

I'm disabled, too, and I've found mystery shopping to be an excellent source of income.  I also write and proofread.  I don't know about your SSDI status, but you might want to look into an ABLE account so you don't get penalized for saving money.

Bonnie Squires posted:

Welcome @Mamabrownbear  i hope you find this
site helpful like i've. If you ever want to chat I'm
here have several kids with special needs

 

MARTHA R LOPEZ I'm disabled but because my husband
did all the work and i staid home with the kids i had no
credits to get disability . So I got SSI which is like welfare
for people who are disable,children can get ssi to.

The thing is I've been taking care of my husband since
he became disable. Now I get paid for taking care of him
for the last 2 years. Since I work they take from both our
SSI that we get. A married couple can only make a little
over $1,000 dollars well my gross income is $357 (weekly)
my net is $301 well it comes out that I'm $50 over what
a couple gets so both my husband and I no longer get SSI
as of next month. That is $800 we loss. My husband does
get SSRI for him and our son which is only a little over $500
a month.

MARTHA R LOPEZ thanks I'm going to apply for food stamps next 
month. We was all so taking off them after our son got on his dads
SSRI. But now our income went down we my be able to get some food
stamps. Last time we was on which was a couple months ago we only
got $136. But where there a will there a way and we will make it.
I'm tired of renting. So i'm buying this home. Its $24,000 but thats with the
work they did for me. 10 years I'll own this place or less. I want some thing
when my husband pass that no one can kick me out.

Im glad they won't give me stamps cause .I get housing why don't you go apply they help people that are disabled before the others.that way if your husband passes you will have a place .I wouldn't by a house because if something breaks .I don't have extra money to pay if something breaks .I would do that they have some nice places you can rent under section eight housings you didn't answer me where do you live. 

Hello, dear penny hoarders. How time flies! I have put off this twice, thrice, and I'm down 14 days. Then the reminder to feel welcome, or to welcome me to the community. Thank you so much for that nudge.

My name is Kipkemboi Toroitich from Kenya. I joined this club to get to know more about others' experiences with saving money. I also have loads of my own, which I hope to share on the pages. It is a cozy world to feel supported and support your fellow sojourners. 

For now let me rush, the milk is boiling over and will soon burn the house. See you later somewhere along the lanes.

Hello All,

my name is Bryson and i'm located in South Carolina, USA. I recently started my first job,in the past year, that is in my desired career path. I've been following thepennyhoarder.com for a couple of years but I am new to this community. I'm hoping to get some more insight and more engagement on side gigs, paying off debt(credit cards and student loans), and budgeting(which is probably what i need the most help with). I look forward to responding to everyone's post and hopefully creating some post of my own.  

@Kipkemboi Ribokin welcome to the community, we are glad to have you here! I look forward to learning more about your experiences with finances.

@BJLEE Welcome to the forum Bryson! That is cool to hear that you are just starting out in your career! What type of work do you do? You have definitely come to the right place to learn more about all the topics you mentioned. Feel free to ask any questions and I look forward to hearing more from you!

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