Make Extra Money

Do you need money to pay for something important this week? Do you need some extra money to spend on an outing with friends? Do you want to take a nice vacation? You’re making money but your own income is just not sufficient to cater all your needs. There could be over a hundred reasons that you might need to earn a little extra money. Well, we have shortlisted 18 solid ways for you to earn a few extra dollars this weekend.

Run errands or do odd jobs for people

TaskRabbit is an online portal where you can get paid by doing simple tasks for people.  Best part is that you choose whichever jobs suits you the best. For example, someone in your neighborhood may be looking to hire someone to pick up their dry cleaning or buy a birthday gift for a party.

Explore the site:

Become a driver

If you haven’t heard of Uber, you may be hiding under a rock.  Uber is the next generation taxi service that connects drivers to folks needing rides. You become the driver, shuttling people around to their next destination. Drivers, who have a sound driving record and have a “nice” car can get paid north of $25/hour.

Other similar firms include Lyft and Curb are two other ride sharing services where you can easily make a $100 in a weekend.

Don’t want to deal with people?  You can deliver packages for Amazon.  Amazon Flex allows you to be your own boss and set your schedule.  On top of that you can make $18-$25/hour.  You can also work to deliver food for Uber Eats which is an extension of Uber.

Tutor online

If you are love to teach or an expert in a specific area, you may consider offering your knowledge as a tutor.  There are a number of opportunities available to teach online across a variety of different platforms. The pay varies depending on the site and the subject with which you want to teach. Top tutors can make up to $1,000+month.

Here are a few tutoring sites to check out:

StudyPool – Earn money by answering homework questions and assignments

CheggTutors: Pay starts at $20 an hour – Are looking for college students, teachers, and professors across a variety of subjects.

You should also consider tutoring locally, which allows more freedom and you have the ability to set your own rates. It’s not uncommon for tutors to make $30-$75/hour depending on the topic.