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  • 1. Copyright 2013 by Second Income Solutions. All rights reserved worldwide. No part of this publication may be replicated, redistributed, or given away in any form without the prior written consent of the author/publisher or the terms relayed to you herein Second Income Solutions, McKee Publishing Company, Metairie La, 70002, United States Second Income Solutions
  • 2. Table of Contents Table of Contents..............................................................................................................3 Introduction ..................................................................................................................4 Monetary Value of Recycled Aluminum .........................................................6 Get Paid while they sleep......................................................................................8 Directory Distributing ............................................................................................10 Get Paid For Driving Ms Daisy...........................................................................12 Lets make a Deal .....................................................................................................13 Flipping websites .....................................................................................................15 Lunch and Dinner .....................................................................................................17 Beautiful Braids ........................................................................................................19 Small change adds up ...........................................................................................20 Keep your Garage Clean ......................................................................................22 Hands on .......................................................................................................................24 Helping youngsters after school......................................................................26 Billions of dogs are sold each year ................................................................28 Residential Cleaner ................................................................................................29 Digital books...............................................................................................................31 Keep it Low .................................................................................................................33 Office cleaning ..........................................................................................................35 Becone a Curb Painter ..........................................................................................38 Puppy Love ..................................................................................................................39 Homemade candy ....................................................................................................41 Pressure wash ...........................................................................................................42 The season has change........................................................................................45 Your old phone ..........................................................................................................47 Scrapping .....................................................................................................................48 Buttons, Zippers, and Hems...............................................................................50 Scents of your choice............................................................................................52 Baking for Dollars ....................................................................................................54 Fishing for Dollars....................................................................................................55 Gardening for dollars .............................................................................................56 Summary .......................................................................................................................58
  • 3. Introduction This book is not about making millions of dollars, which is good in its time; however this book is about how make a considerable amount of money from scratch with little to no money out of your pocket, this book is about real life situations that were used to produce a second income. Before we get Rich we must get Right. Before we make millions of dollars we need to focus on making that first $500 to $1000, this will enhance our confidence. We all dream and think about laying off our bosses, before they lay us off, or retiring early from the job. That dream is still possible it is just what society does these days. So we must prepare ourselves for the worst and hope for best. It doesnt matter how long you have been on the job. We are living in times where a second income is the normal. One paycheck seems like its just not enough. These tough times are not blind to age, sex, race and religion. We need a second income to keep up with the necessities of life. Do you worry about being laid off, job shutting down, it doesnt feel good knowing this could happen and you are not prepared, or how about the government shutting down, and your retirement check wont be in the mail. A second income builds confidence to fall back upon. There is all kind of thoughts that may run across ones mind, stinking thinking to destroy our confidence. What can I do? Where to start? How much is this going to cost? Is this going to take a lot of time? You would surprise to know how much talent that exists within you. There are advantages to having a second income at home. You make your own hours. A second income at home allows quality time at your disposal. This book is about aiming at a reachable target, and grow step by step. Making an extra $100, $500 or more a week, will that help, some are looking for a more significant amount to pay down debt little by little, that can happen as well. For those who back are against the wall, this book is intended to be a useful resource for anyone who wants to be a second income seeker. Millions of people are looking for a way for extra income. We hope that this book is simple, rich, and informative. Most of these opportunities can be done on the part-time basis.
  • 4. Our goal is to help you understand that these simple effective second income solutions have been around for a long time. They have been proven and tested by many people who have survived what you are going through, and have put them to use to generate some cash. We want to reverse that saying more bills than I have money, not enough money to the end of the month. This book is to be a guide, and companion. Please do not underestimate it's simplicity, it is very powerful. The objective of this book is to stop the bleeding of your finances, to give you some breathing room, whether its $100 or a $1,000 or more a month, and to help you get back comfortably on your feet, and to grow and glow to the next level.
  • 5. Monetary Value of Recycled Aluminum Aluminum cans Recycled aluminum is a precious product, furthermore, aluminum can be used forever. The EPA notes that aluminum is easy to recycle, so there's a wide market for the recycled product. This is another easy way to create income with no effort, and one can make decent money monthly, and let the family participate. If you or your family drink a lot of sodas, cans or plastic bottles can be saved. Tin cans can be saved as well. Only 50% of cans are recycled in this country. Making money while cleaning the environment. Collecting soda cans on the job is a good way to gather extra cans. You can put bags in the brake room, and take them at the end of the day, or on a construction site pick up cans on a shorten lunch, or after your shift. Bring them home when you have a full bag. Handle with care, crush cans have sharp edges. Good idea to wear gloves. You will need about three 55 gallon trash cans or larger, lining them with trash bags. Make sure these trash cans have a lid, one can is for aluminum, one can is for tin (vegetable cans) and the other is for plastic bottles. Crush cans before putting them into trash bin, you should make them as compact as possible. Once the trash bin is full, tie the bag and store. It is always a good idea to give family and neighbors bags to save cans, plastic bottles for you. You will find there are plenty scrap yards around you and most of them take aluminum cans, also there are recycled centers around the city. Call your local government agency to find your local recycling center. Everything is weighed by per pound. For ladies and kids, attendants are on duty at the recycle center, and will unload your vehicle for you. The price fluctuates often, there's been times where I have received $45.00 on a couple bag of cans, and maximum of $150. Recycling helps stop pollution.
  • 6. Tools needed: Aluminum Can Crusher Husky HKK55030B True Tie 55-Gallon Drum Liners, 30-Count Ez2care Alumium Reacher with Magnetic Tip and Ergo Handle, Silver, 30Inch
  • 7. Get Paid while they sleep Child night care provider Here is an opportunity to make some serious money; child care is an outstanding way to make money. As a parent starts a new job they really dont have the best schedule. But theyre glad to get a job. There are millions of single parents across the country that needs someone to watch their child overnight. Not only is day care is a great opportunity, but night care pays a premium time. Its OK for family to assist in night care, however after awhile it seems like a job. Think about it, a single parent just started a new job working in a hospital, convenience store, assembly plant, or any other place, that parent really needs someone on there side. That's where we come in. It is crucial for them to have an overnight childcare provider. That parent needs the tranquility of a good night care provider, which he/she may do their job with confidence. There are many parents still needing to find an excellent night care provider. We are here to help. After working an 8 hour shift that parent is tired, fatigue, sleepy, hungry, now that parent is going home, and have to attend to their child that has been sleeping to all night. Imagine 11 months -12 months child up and awake. Do you think this parent needs some help? Of course they do! Dont be surprised if the parent brings the child to night care on their day off, just to catch up on some sleep. How many parents out there deserve at least one night of good sleep. This can be very miserable not to have no one in their corner. Now we can be the hero, do you think you will be appreciated, do you think you are worth every dime? Of course! An older child usually makes adjustments faster than the younger children. Some kids find it strange to be in a different home such as toddlers and babies they seem to get a little uneasy, but having the child, to sleep in his own bed is calming. However you can solve this by doing night care in the clients home. To get started with night care, start with a relative or trusted friend, Craigslist, church meetings, word of mouth. As you pick up other clients, you will be investigated; your qualifications will be looked at, and or ridiculed. As your business grow you will need the appropriate license to do business. It is always a good idea if possible to let the child call their parent before bedtime. Keep the child schedule regular as much as possible.
  • 8. Top pay is usually given to night care providers. This is typical, one of the first questions asked is, and how much do you charge? Do not be afraid to set the price this is a needed service, youre not taking advantage of anyone, and you are only here to help. Certainly $75.00 a night is appropriate; two kids $100 per night. Just look on Craiglislist and see child care provider to validate. If youd think thats not fair call around. Anything past an 8 hour shift should transition to an hourly rate. I recommend $12.00 to $15.00 an hour. But in reality a single parent really cant afford to pay $75.00 per night, so make the adjustments accordingly because were here to help. Imagine the shoe on the other foot. Tell that parent its going to get better. In the end they will appreciate you. Believe me they will put the word out, bringing you more clients To get more info about child care click here: Rainbow Interlocking foam Wonder Mats
  • 9. Directory Distributing Deliver phone books Another way to make some extra cash is to deliver phone books, to get started call your local Yellow Page, Sunshine Page or Page you have in your local area, it is usually a toll free number, give them all the necessary information thats needed. It will take about three to five days to follow up. If you are accepted you will have attend a training class. Prior to the training class they want basic information; one important paper is your insurance card for your car, if you dont have this card they will send you away on the spot. You are a independent contractor. After training, the floor is open to all questions. After a route is chosen, you will move to the back of service center location to load up phone books. You set your own hours, and usually get paid 48-72 hours upon completion. At times phone book delivery is not easy work, you need to be in pretty good shape, and you really earn this money, however we all are different. You really need to do everything the night before charting the route, match books with houses. It is best to stay focus on one street at a time, and at times it can be stressful, while you are under a time frame, and this job is much easier with tw...

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