No matter how much of a penny-pincher you are, you always seem to not be saving enough money.
If you've tried every money management tip out there, the only way to save is to make extra money.
A lot of people ask me if there's an easy way to make money without having to dedicate too much time. My answer is always yes.
Nowadays the internet is filled with loads of websites that are looking for your help, and in return they'll give the very thing you're looking for in return: money.
Paid survey sites have gotten a bad rap in the past few years, but that's only because people aren't doing their research into the site they're giving information to.
Like everything you sign up for, you have to make sure it's a legitimate site that has good reviews.
Keep in mind, legit sites only use the information you provide to them, and in exchange they'll give you money.
Here are four companies that have been tried-and-tested, so you don't have to worry about wasting your time.
Most survey sites will offer you points before they give you any kind of reward. InboxDollars skips the points and just gives you cash. It's that simple.
If you join now, you'll earn $5 for singing up.
They'll send you several short daily surveys every day, and if you complete all of them regularly, you could earn more than $700 a year.
This survey site has a lot of members, so rest assured that you're in safe hands.
Their members have earned more than $50 million in rewards since they opened their site in 2000.
You're guaranteed to make a lot of points on this survey site, so there's not much to lose in signing up.
Plus, if you join now, PointClub will give you $5.
You will be showered with Walmart, Amazon, and PayPal gift cards in no time.
You can earn points by giving you opinion, it's that simple.
3. Harris Poll
It's nice to know that people want to know what you think. And the fact that they pay you for that information is great.
Harris Poll is an online market research site that wants to use your opinion to "influence decision makers in government, corporations, and non-profit organization."
We all want them to know our opinion anyway, so why not get paid for it.
These surveys will pay you $3 to $4 for 20 minutes of your time. If you're looking to make more than $50, large panels will pay you the big bucks for two to four hours of your time.
It's nice to be given stuff you need, and that's exactly the kind of service Shopper's Voice offers.
Their free stuff includes cash, coupons, samples, and other special offers.
The best part is that you share your thoughts to their Consumer Product Survey only ONCE a year.
You can also enter to win $1,500 this month, so sign up now!