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Many People Are Even Lazy To Acquire Free Extra Income
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Even if you have a well-paid job, having a second income is always a plus.

After all, a second regular stream of cash means that you have more security, gives you more flexibility on how you spend your money (impromptu trip abroad? An unforeseen expense? No problem!), and can help you reach financial independence early on in your life.
Still, most of us just don't have the time to have a second job.
That said, there are other ways to get extra cash, with minimal to no effort involved.

Earning passive income is one of them. Passive income is a regular income which requires little to no effort to maintain, making it the perfect option for people who want some extra cash to do the things they love. To make it easier for you to set up your passive income revenue stream, we rounded up some of the best classes you can take to understand your options better.
Right now, through to January 28, you can get all these amazing courses for just £10 with code "MAKEAMOVE".
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1. Rent out a spare room on Airbnb
If you have spare space in your home, whether that be a room or even a common living area, it might be worth renting it out to holiday makers. It's fairly fuss-free, and depending how often you do it, you could be getting quite a bit of passive income. This course will teach you how to make the most of your free living space, and how to create an actual business through Airbnb.
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2. Write a book and get royalties
Sure, writing a book is actually a lot of effort. It is, however, a worthwhile way to earn you passive income to last a lifetime thanks to royalties. Royalties are basically money you can get as an author for each copy of your book sold. That said, you might want to take a writing class in order to brush up on your storytelling skills.
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3. Invest in the financial market
Unless you’re a financial professional, investing in the stock market might be dangerous. There’s one exception, though: Index funds. Sure, you won’t get as much money as if you invested in individual funds, but you won’t lose as much either. That said, this course also teaches you about other investing opportunities so you can make the best choice for you.

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