any good ways of making money quick?

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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 03:45
Learn how to budget your money. Save 10% of what you earn first, before you spend money. Saving first is the key to having money. You should do a rough budget of everything you spend money on, and keep your receipts for a week. You may find there are places you can cut back or alternatives that are cheaper for some things you are spending your money on. Avoid using a debit card -- take your money out as cash and that way you'll see exactly how much you have in your wallet when you go to spend it. It might keep your spending in check. Can you get cheaper insurance for your car? Can you ditch a phone plan for a prepaid to control your spending? You should be able to live on an apprentice wage -- it isn't much, but you should be able to manage on it. If you can't, your expenses are too high. You need to manage your money very efficiently on a low wage. This is a life skill -- if you can't manage on a low wage, you won't manage on a higher one -- spending rises with income. Go to the library and get out some books on personal finance and read them. It might help you pinpoint things you are doing that are costing you more money than you can afford. Take your lunch from home. It will save you hundreds of dollars a year. Drive your car the absolute minimum -- park it a distance from work and walk the rest of the way. Keep the tyres inflated to the highest safe inflation, and don't drive aggressively -- coast to slow down as you approach intersections and don't use your breaks as much. This conserves quite a bit of fuel. :) I would suggest, if you are still unable to manage after you do a complete audit of your finances, looking for places to cut back, that you apply for a weekend job. Part time work will give you more cash, but it's not a good solution until you've really learned how to manage your money. It's like treating a disease with medicine -- it's easier and better for you to just not have the disease in the first place! There isn't much more advice anyone can give you because you haven't given a list of your expenses and how much you earn. I paid a house off in 5 years on minimum wage. It is possible to live very frugally and not actually go without the stuff you want. There has to be somewhere in your finances where you can find alternatives that are cheaper. Then, seek a part time job. Your priority is to pay your essential living expenses (food, shelter, transport to work) at the moment. Stay with the apprenticeship -- it will be easier down the track. :)
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Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 02:39
Quick money is just as good as slow money. Can you get a part-time job?
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Answer #3 | 30/12 2013 05:52
go on ebay get some gold and sell to a jeweller i live in south london so jewellers hate each other i can make a £300 diamond ring by geting a valuation this one was 3.5grand value playing off the 4 local jewellers i made a rather nice £11,800
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Answer #4 | 30/12 2013 02:18
Go on a date with a milionare?
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