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We can’t all get a second or part-time job to make more money.
Pregnant women, stay at home moms/dads, short/long term disabled folks, new and nursing moms, and of course, the millions who can’t find a job much less a second one?
Thanks to the internet, there are many legit ways to make money from home without investment.
And the best part?
You can do it anytime and from anywhere – at home on your couch, in doctor’s office (while you wait), at the airport, while waiting in line somewhere, or any other place where you have a few minutes.
Before the days of the Internet, making more money meant doing one of these things:
- getting a second or a part-time job
- cutting grass
- waiting tables
- washing cars
- cleaning houses
Thankfully, today there are a wide variety of free ways to make money on the side.
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McConnell’s tough words came a day after the Senate approved a $484 billion bill to help small businesses and hospitals respond to the coronavirus outbreak. The measure did not include funds for state and local governments, despite Democrats arguing they are hard hit by the disease and the corresponding economic fallout.
Instead, McConnell suggested in interviews Wednesday that Democrats are trying to get the federal government to essentially bail out state and local governments for bad decisions they made related to public pension obligations and other sources of expensive debt.
“I would certainly be in favor of allowing states to use the bankruptcy route,” McConnell told Hugh Hewitt in a radio interview. “It saves some cities. And there’s no good reason for it not to be available. My guess is their first choice would be for the federal government to borrow money from future generations to send it down to … Read More