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How to earn money online

The Motley Fool UK

21/07/2021 - 18:02

Want to learn how to make money online but don't know where to start? We've got you covered. Here are eight ways to earn extra cash online. The post How to earn money online appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.


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  28. Easy ways to make money monthly using your car (31/07/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    The effects of the coronavirus pandemic have been far-reaching. We’ve been forced to adapt to a new normal, and many are having to be increasingly innovative to find new ways of making money. With this in mind, MotorEasy has highlighted six easy ways to make money using your car. We take a look. [top_pitch] 1. Turn your car into a moving billboard All you need to do is search and sign up for advertising services, where you advertise brands on your car using vinyl stickers. Finding an advertising company is straightforward. A quick Google search will provide a list, which you can narrow down through proximity, pay and reviews. You could earn up to £150 a month. However, this depends on the type of advert and where you park or drive your car. 2. Deliver flyers or packages Using your car for deliveries 12 hours a week could add an average of £340 for flyers and £627 for packages each month. To get you started, search for leaflet or retail distribution services and contact the companies for more information. It’s important to keep in mind that during the coronavirus period, Covid-19 protocols must be observed, especially during delivery. 3. Rent out your driveway The best thing about renting out your driveway if you’re not using it is that there’s little to no physical effort required. It might be the easiest way to make money on the list. Additionally, you’ll be free to engage in other income-generating activities. To get started, you can look for an online parking marketplace and enquire about the requirements and how much you can earn. MotorEasy highlights that you can expect an average of £79 a month, but it could be as high as £216 a month if you reside in London. [middle_pitch] 4. Rent out your car charger If you own an electric car, you could rent out your charger to earn over £300 a month. All you need to do is look for a local electric vehicle (EV) charging station. Find out whether they are looking for electric car drivers who can rent out their chargers and how much you can earn. 5. Rent your car out If you’ve already adapted to working from home, you may find that you’re using your car less and less. When not in use, you could rent it and earn easy money. MotorEasy estimates that you could earn an average of £590 a month. Again, remember that we’re in a pandemic. As you rent out your car, remember to observe Covid protocols. To get started, look for a local car hire company and list your car. Once listed, people can log into the company’s app and locate your car. They can even indicate the different times they need the vehicle for easy planning and management. 6. Loan your car to production companies If you own a classic, luxurious or period-specific car, you might be missing out on an opportunity to make easy and sound money. Set designers frequently search for these cars to be parked, not even driven, in the background of shots for commercials, films or music videos. The post Easy ways to make money monthly using your car appeared first on The Motley Fool UK. “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading One of the best cheap UK shares to buy in August! How can I protect my savings from inflation? Revealed: the cars that best hold their value in the UK Should I buy these FTSE 100 shares in August? What’s next for the Tesco share price?
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  29. How upskilling can help you earn more money (14/05/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Upskilling could be a means for you to develop your career and, crucially, increase your earning power in the long term. But what does ‘upskilling’ mean, and how can it help you earn more money? Let’s break it down. [top_pitch] What upskilling means Basically, upskilling means teaching yourself new competencies and skills. It’s how you grow your own knowledge base and acquire the abilities you need to get your first job, progress your career or find a new job. Examples of upskilling include: attending conferences enrolling in a part-time college class signing up for free online courses volunteering at a local company reading self-improvement books  listening to podcasts What’s important is that you’re developing an ability you can transfer to your job in some way, whether it’s learning how to navigate Microsoft Excel or improving your presentation skills. Unless you’re learning something new, it’s probably not upskilling.   Why upskilling is worth it Is it worth spending time developing new skills? Probably, and here’s why.  Improve your CV Work experience, qualifications and transferable skills look great on your CV. They tell employers that you’re serious about expanding your knowledge and performing any job to the best of your ability. By upskilling, you’ll boost your CV, look more employable and improve your chances of catching a recruiter’s eye.   Build your network If you attend conferences, sign up for courses or volunteer in the community, you’ll meet new contacts who could possibly help you find new jobs in the future. You never know, you could even meet a future employer this way!  Negotiate a better salary Think of it this way: the more employable you are, the easier it is for you to find jobs and seek out better-paying opportunities. And, in turn, if there’s a demand for your particular skill set, you might be able to negotiate a better salary when you’re applying for jobs.   [middle_pitch] 4 ways to earn more money by upskilling Want to earn more money by boosting your skill set? Here are four tips to help you get on the right track. 1. Set a plan First, you need a strategy. To get started, you should identify: what your goal is (e.g. getting a promotion) what you need to reach your goal (e.g. a qualification) how you plan to reach the goal (e.g. enrolling on an online course) To help you stay focused, write your goal down and return to it regularly.  2. Learn new skills Next, you need to actually develop the new skills required to reach your goal. Remember, you’re trying to earn more money while spending as little as possible, so here are some suggestions for acquiring new skills without breaking the bank:  Look for free courses online.  Ask senior members of your team if you can shadow them.  Check with management to see if they ever offer mentoring opportunities. If you’re a student looking for a first job, send out speculative letters asking for work experience.  3. Look for new opportunities  Okay, so now you’ve got new skills and you’re ready to use them. How do you get started? Here are some ideas: Make sure that your employer knows what progress you’ve made. Offer to help more senior team members to showcase your new abilities. If you have the right skills, ask for more responsibility on key projects.  Remember, upskilling is all about increasing your earning power, so once you’ve successfully demonstrated your new skills to the team, you could potentially negotiate a pay rise in the future. 4. Stay adaptable The more skills you have, the better, so remember to assess your skill set at regular intervals and look for ways you can improve. Also, remember that technology is constantly evolving, so be sure to keep your skills up to date. Keep an eye on what’s changing in your industry, and identify what skills you’ll need to stay ahead. Adaptability is key! Takeaway Upskilling is crucial to help you stand out in a competitive job market. However, it can also help you earn more money and negotiate a raise in the longer term, so this year, consider investing in yourself and building your knowledge base.  If you’re not sure where to get started, check out the courses on offer through the National Careers Service or consider looking for volunteering opportunities in your local area.   “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Can the Kier share price continue to surge higher? Is this rising FTSE 100 stock a good buy for me? Stock market crash: 2 reasons why I’d buy the dip in FTSE 100 stocks this week Will the Aston Martin share price accelerate in 2021? The best ways to send money abroad The post How upskilling can help you earn more money appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  30. How upskilling can help you earn more money (14/05/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Upskilling could be a means for you to develop your career and, crucially, increase your earning power in the long term. But what does ‘upskilling’ mean, and how can it help you earn more money? Let’s break it down. [top_pitch] What upskilling means Basically, upskilling means teaching yourself new competencies and skills. It’s how you grow your own knowledge base and acquire the abilities you need to get your first job, progress your career or find a new job. Examples of upskilling include: attending conferences enrolling in a part-time college class signing up for free online courses volunteering at a local company reading self-improvement books  listening to podcasts What’s important is that you’re developing an ability you can transfer to your job in some way, whether it’s learning how to navigate Microsoft Excel or improving your presentation skills. Unless you’re learning something new, it’s probably not upskilling.   Why upskilling is worth it Is it worth spending time developing new skills? Probably, and here’s why.  Improve your CV Work experience, qualifications and transferable skills look great on your CV. They tell employers that you’re serious about expanding your knowledge and performing any job to the best of your ability. By upskilling, you’ll boost your CV, look more employable and improve your chances of catching a recruiter’s eye.   Build your network If you attend conferences, sign up for courses or volunteer in the community, you’ll meet new contacts who could possibly help you find new jobs in the future. You never know, you could even meet a future employer this way!  Negotiate a better salary Think of it this way: the more employable you are, the easier it is for you to find jobs and seek out better-paying opportunities. And, in turn, if there’s a demand for your particular skill set, you might be able to negotiate a better salary when you’re applying for jobs.   [middle_pitch] 4 ways to earn more money by upskilling Want to earn more money by boosting your skill set? Here are four tips to help you get on the right track. 1. Set a plan First, you need a strategy. To get started, you should identify: what your goal is (e.g. getting a promotion) what you need to reach your goal (e.g. a qualification) how you plan to reach the goal (e.g. enrolling on an online course) To help you stay focused, write your goal down and return to it regularly.  2. Learn new skills Next, you need to actually develop the new skills required to reach your goal. Remember, you’re trying to earn more money while spending as little as possible, so here are some suggestions for acquiring new skills without breaking the bank:  Look for free courses online.  Ask senior members of your team if you can shadow them.  Check with management to see if they ever offer mentoring opportunities. If you’re a student looking for a first job, send out speculative letters asking for work experience.  3. Look for new opportunities  Okay, so now you’ve got new skills and you’re ready to use them. How do you get started? Here are some ideas: Make sure that your employer knows what progress you’ve made. Offer to help more senior team members to showcase your new abilities. If you have the right skills, ask for more responsibility on key projects.  Remember, upskilling is all about increasing your earning power, so once you’ve successfully demonstrated your new skills to the team, you could potentially negotiate a pay rise in the future. 4. Stay adaptable The more skills you have, the better, so remember to assess your skill set at regular intervals and look for ways you can improve. Also, remember that technology is constantly evolving, so be sure to keep your skills up to date. Keep an eye on what’s changing in your industry, and identify what skills you’ll need to stay ahead. Adaptability is key! Takeaway Upskilling is crucial to help you stand out in a competitive job market. However, it can also help you earn more money and negotiate a raise in the longer term, so this year, consider investing in yourself and building your knowledge base.  If you’re not sure where to get started, check out the courses on offer through the National Careers Service or consider looking for volunteering opportunities in your local area.   “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading Can the Kier share price continue to surge higher? Is this rising FTSE 100 stock a good buy for me? Stock market crash: 2 reasons why I’d buy the dip in FTSE 100 stocks this week Will the Aston Martin share price accelerate in 2021? The best ways to send money abroad The post How upskilling can help you earn more money appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  31. What is the gig economy? (20/03/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    The so-called gig economy is not a new phenomenon but the digital revolution has certainly made it a lot more popular. Rather than working for one company full-time, gig workers are independent, mobile workers. Some are freelancers in one specific area while others provide different services or are on-call workers in more than one industry.  Short-term, flexible work is now easier than ever because of online platforms and apps. Millions of people in the UK and Europe are gig workers to complement their main income or to earn money while in between jobs.  What exactly is the gig economy? The modern gig economy is a system that allows independent workers to complete short-term jobs. In its essence, a gig is a transient job – often a one-time thing and sometimes a recurrent (but still short-term) assignment.  Freelancers, independent contractors, consultants and temporary workers can all be considered part of the gig economy. But so can online sellers on sites like Etsy and eBay, Uber drivers, part-time and seasonal workers, and many others. The gig economy includes people of all skill and income levels. Some gig workers are highly skilled while others are unskilled and do manual work. Is the gig economy popular? A study by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy found that more than 4% of the UK population had participated in the gig economy in the previous 12 months. While this might not seem like much, it adds up to about 2.8 million people in the UK. Of those people, most pursue gigs as an extra source of income on top of their regular jobs.  The study also showed that the younger generation is more likely to engage in the gig economy. Of those involved in the study, 56% were between the ages of 18 and 34. While gig workers engaged in many activities, the most common service provided was related to courier services (42%), followed by online work (37%), transport services (28%) and food delivery (21%).  What are the advantages of the gig economy? Most people (53%) involved in the gig economy are satisfied with it. Independence and flexibility are key reasons why people love working this way and why it’s so popular. Even when earnings aren’t substantial, gigs provide the option to earn extra money on weekends, evenings or around a full-time job. And since there aren’t fixed hours or commitments, it’s always possible to work more or less depending on time or financial goals. Gigs work has proven to be a good choice during COVID times. With many gig platforms available online, you can find ways to earn money without leaving your home. There are work-from-home opportunities for data entry and many other options to stay safe while earning.  Should you give it a try? Curious to find out whether gigs are for you? The easiest way to get started is to give side hustles a try. Try selling things through eBay or online marketplaces. You can start with things you have at home and no longer use. You can even try English tutoring online through platforms like italki.    “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading 2 FTSE 250 shares to buy right now 5 ways to reduce your carbon footprint and save money I’d buy and hold Tesco shares for the next 10 years Is FTSE 250 oil stock Petrofac a long-term investment or a share to avoid? 2 UK shares I’d consider buying and holding my whole life The post What is the gig economy? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  32. Looking for advice (13/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Hello all, I'm just starting to work and earn a full time wage and want to put money into something that isn't a bank but I don't know where to look and my family aren't very investing savvy so any advice would be super appreciated!   submitted by   /u/A-Large-Duck [link]   [comments]
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  33. Planning for your children’s future? Here are some quick tips (01/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    The key to planning for your child’s future is investing early and letting your money earn for you over a longer period of time.
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  34. Hey math wizards and tax wizards.. (23/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    How is Doordash operating at a loss in the tune of millions and millions when they make a profit off every order placed online and the dasher pays for the car and fuel maintenance seems like the most easiest way to profit every time someone orders online how are they losing money??????   submitted by   /u/7LyLa [link]   [comments]
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  35. The new moneylenders! Not just banks, look who is into lending money online now (26/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    The new moneylenders are smart. They are millennials, not banks, armed not with complex rule books but gadgets - smartphones or computers - and like to play by rules, thanks to emerging online social lending and borrowing/peer-to-peer marketplaces like LenDenClub, SaveIN etc.
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  36. Counting on skills: Legality of online fantasy sports in India (02/05/2021 - Financial Express)
    The (apparent lack of) legality of online fantasy sports platforms, which sponsor various playing franchisees in the widely-popular league, has been widely misunderstood, coupled with the moral and optical concerns around real-money gaming.
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  37. Your Money: Where can you invest your emergency funds? (18/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    Invest emergency funds in a systematic manner to earn some returns without compromising on liquidity and without taking any undue high risk
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  38. Rahul Gandhi targets govt over price rise issue (05/03/2021 - Financial Express)
    The Congress on Friday launched a 'Speak Up Against Price Rise' online campaign with former party chief Rahul Gandhi accusing the central government of pushing people in the swamp of price rise just to earn taxes.
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  39. As second wave forces universities back to online mode, here’s how colleges, industry came together to conduct online exams (04/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    When it comes to conducting university examinations online, there are several new challenges and difficulties that are faced.
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  40. How to use ETF’s for passive income? (10/06/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    So I recently have gotten a good chunk of money and want to invest it into an etf so I can start to earn passive income and just keep reinvest and let it snowball into a nice nest egg, my question though is am I suppose to keep switching between etfs or just pick one and hold out on it for as long as it shows promise?   submitted by   /u/DilpickleOriginal [link]   [comments]
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  41. Dear Retail Investors, (15/04/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    My 2 cents.. Best way to learn the stock market and become efficient and proficient is to be hands on.. Skip the advertising lessons you see allover and those so called “I made millions doing this or I turned pennies into riches”... You should frown upon them. Want to get good at stock market investing and trading? Be hands on. Learn as you go. You loose money, probably a lot of money, but you gain a lot of knowledge. You can mentally structure those loses into as a cost for “Self Taught Knowledge”.. Those loses are investments. They are not losses. Why? Well that money was destined to go somewhere. Either to daily cheeseburgers or someone rip-off instructors.. Instead you will be giving it to a market as a loan, knowing sooner or later, you are going to be getting it back with interest at a far higher rate than ever. Now when you start earning profits from your mistakes, guess what, your head is going to go really up high. Why? You now have pride in achieving 2 major things: 1: Self Taught Skills 2: Earn Money-making You and your mistakes are your biggest instructors and your greatest inspiration, and should be your highest motivation. Keep on riding. -Cheers ?????   submitted by   /u/NapLvr [link]   [comments]
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  42. Any other books like Market Wizards or Money Masters? (14/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    I’ve read all the Money Masters books, where the author interviews famous fund managers (Peter Lynch, Warren Buffet, etc.). The Money Masters and New Money Masters are fantastic books by the way if you haven’t read them. Each fund manager explains their style and experience trading stocks with a lot of insight provided. I am now reading all the Market Wizard books, and they are equally engrossing. Are there any other books or resources online that are like this, where they interview money managers and get their opinions on investing/trading? Hearing about other people’s experiences and successes is one of my favorite parts of being involved in the stock market, and I think that’s why I enjoy this sub so much. The amount of knowledge out there is incredible and we are all very lucky to have these subs.   submitted by   /u/Zach9559 [link]   [comments]
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  43. Amazon Prime Day sale 2021: Now local entrepreneurs can earn more by providing storage spaces to sellers (22/07/2021 - Financial Express)
    Ease of Doing Business for MSMEs: The programme would allow sellers “to earn a Prime badge for their listings. Sellers using MSF will benefit from this launch with access to millions of Prime members,” Amazon said ahead of its Prime Day sale on July 26 and 27.
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  44. New, young, curious, don’t know what to do, have lots of questions. Thank a lot for any advice or answers . You don’t know how much it would mean to me :) (15/02/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    Hey ! I’m 14 years old and wants to start investing in the stock market. I only have a few hundred and it’s more about getting to understand how this works and knowing what to invest in when I older and have more money than actual making money right now. I know some basics but still have a couple of questions and thank you so much to anybody who can help or give me advice. I was driven to this subreddit by the recent events with the GME stocks, like almost everybody actually, in the past month: r/wallstreetbets has gone from around 2 million degenerates , to now almost 10 million . And I was wondering: what allowed investors to “crash the stock market” ? Why didn’t people do this before ? Why don’t people do this everyday ? You know for everyday people, who might not understand much about the stock industry, it seems like free money. Why wouldn’t all people on r/wallstreetbets just all buy some apple stocks and sell at its peak for easy money ? Especially considering the number of people on this subreddit is now so high. Thanks for reading this far ! My next question is about “S&P 500” which is becoming more and more popular. I see a lot of people talking about it, as a low risk long term investment. I understand it groups up the 500 biggest companies so it’s fairly low risk as if one company goes broke you still have 499 other companies. How do you invest in these ? I noticed you can’t invest in S&P500 like you invest in a Tesla stock or Bi??coin through your online broker. Do you think it’s worth investing in this for the long term even if I only invest a couple hundred ? Is there something I should know ? Thank you My last questions is for advice . What would you recommend a 14 year old kid before investing ? I know there is a lot of risk and I’m ready to face it, I won’t invest any amount that I’ll regret losing, but I also know I’ll sometimes have to take some risks. Which stocks are good to invest for a start ? Which ones are good for long term and which ones are good for long term ? Should I start investing now or should I wait a few months ? I was also wondering if it’s worth investing like 100$ in Bi??coin for example. Will what I’m risking be worth what I could earn ? Thank you so much if you took the time to read through my post, any advice or answers will be greatly appreciated . Thank you so much .   submitted by   /u/PunkPrince66 [link]   [comments]
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  45. What determines the price of an ETF? (22/02/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    ETFs trade just like any normal stock. The price is determined by the bids and asks at any given moment. Except at the core of the shares, is not a company, but instead a fund that will invest into multiple companies and other securities. So my question is: Why are ETFs considered safer investments than individual stocks? My understanding is that ETFs do not invest your money, secure profits and distribute earnings to individual shareholders. Therefore, the only way to earn money on ETFs is via growth in the share prices of the ETF. If that is true, then the it is more or less irrelevant what companies a particular ETF might invest into because at the end of the day what will determine the share price more than anything else is market sentiment. Can someone help me understand what I’m missing here?   submitted by   /u/A_P666 [link]   [comments]
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  46. Pocket money: how does it compare? (16/05/2021 - The Motley Fool UK)
    Recent research by Compare The Market shows that children in the UK are earning an average of £4.65 in pocket money per week. The data suggests that parents today use pocket money to reward good behaviour and progress at school, and to pay for chores. Wondering whether your kids are getting too much pocket money? Or too little? Here’s what other families are paying out in pocket money, and how the pennies are being spent. [top_pitch] What is pocket money? Is it the same as an allowance? Usually paid weekly, in cash, pocket money enables children to learn how to manage money, and save. Some children will spend a little on treats, and save the rest towards more expensive toys. When pocket money is paid in return for chores, this teaches children the self-discipline required to work for the things they want to buy. An allowance is a larger amount of money, often paid monthly into a bank account. Parents or guardians trust teenagers to manage enough money to cover travel, clothes, gifts, socialising and more. Kids shouldn’t have to spend their pocket money on essentials.  Compare The Market’s survey focused on 7-14-year-olds, which suggests that most children start to get regular pocket money by the age of 7 years. Teens, 15 years and older, might progress to a part-time job, or an allowance. A quarter of parents will continue to provide pocket money until their child is 18 years old. What is the average pocket money in the UK? According to research by Compare The Market, the average pocket money is £4.65 per week. This means that on average, parents pay each of their children a grand total of £1,692.60 between the ages of 7 and 14. It may seem a lot, but today’s kids are actually earning less than half the amount their parents received as children. In today’s money, parents would have earned £3,778.32 over the seven years. This represents an average of £10.38 per week – £5.73 per week more than they give their own kids. All of this suggests that today’s kids could make more money doing chores for their grandparents! There are regional variations in the going rate for pocket money. Parents in Sheffield get away with paying their kids just £3.40 per week. In Manchester or London, kids will be shortchanged if they earn less than a fiver. Are children really getting a bad deal? It’s difficult to tell without comparing how much families spend on birthday and Christmas presents, and how often parents give in to pester power. Parents may choose to purchase toys and treats for their children in addition to providing pocket money. [middle_pitch] How do kids spend their money? Spending habits have changed very little between the generations. The top choice is still sweets and snacks, closely followed by books, comics and magazines.  Saving for more costly items is a goal for 16% of children. This is an increase of 4% on the previous generation’s saving habits. A sensible 9% of kids are saving for the future. How is pocket money earned? Those parents who expect something in return for pocket money reveal a change in priorities across the decades. Today’s grandparents most often expected their children to help around the house to earn their cash every week. UK parents are now more likely to use pocket money as an incentive for their kids to do well in school. Achieving good grades is the top way to earn, with 42% of kids getting their cash this way. Although household chores are still very much rewarded in 2021. Completing homework, and behaving well, are also conditions frequently imposed on children before they get their money. This implies that parents still withhold pocket money as a punishment. Some 16% of parents said they pay their children to take care of pets. As children themselves, 18% received a financial reward for doing a good deed or helping a relative. What’s the future of pocket money? When today’s kids grow up and start their own families, what will pocket money look like?  It probably won’t be paid in cash. Parents are already advised to encourage children to get used to managing their money in a bank, and online. With the number of digital money management tools available already, it’s likely pocket money will be paid via an app on kids’ phones.  “This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon in 1997” I’m sure you’ll agree that’s quite the statement from Motley Fool Co-Founder Tom Gardner. But since our US analyst team first recommended shares in this unique tech stock back in 2016, the value has soared. What’s more, we firmly believe there’s still plenty of upside in its future. In fact, even throughout the current coronavirus crisis, its performance has been beating Wall St expectations. And right now, we’re giving you a chance to discover exactly what has got our analysts all fired up about this niche industry phenomenon, in our FREE special report, A Top US Share From The Motley Fool. Click here to claim your copy now — and we’ll tell you the name of this Top US Share… free of charge! More reading 3 FTSE 100 shares to buy today Best shares to buy now: my top 3 FTSE 250 stocks Top tips for securing a self-employed mortgage UK shares: 3 ways I’d invest £3k today Can the BT share price continue to surge? The post Pocket money: how does it compare? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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  47. Online casino’s losing money (15/03/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    Why are these companies like Penn and DraftKings hemorrhaging so much money. It’s a fairly basic business model that’s been around forever. If Joe Smoe at the local VFW can setup his lines to put his kids through college. Why can’t these well funded companies turn a profit. They got Millions of users. There are endless opportunities for daily gambling action. What is holding them back?   submitted by   /u/phishnutz3 [link]   [comments]
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  48. IGNOU admissions: Online registrations for July 2021 session begin online, check last date, how to apply (12/06/2021 - Financial Express)
    Applicants willing to take admissions will need to visit the website ignouadmission.samarth.edu.in and fill their online application form.
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  49. I tried Bernie Maddoff's trading strategy and these are the results!! (28/06/2021 - Reddit Stock Market)
    I used split strike conversion for almost 2 years now and these are the results: What maddoff said : 22%(not sure of this number) What you get: 11% at best for whole year Do I recommend it ? Yes , if you combine this with aggressive calls,puts, intra-day, crypto, long But doing all of these still got me 21%(it's 20 point something)(lol) All these numbers are excluding any investment caused due to a a sudden growth and interest due to other factors like in the shares of Gamestop. (It's not included in this number) What I have arrived at: Option 1: I am a really bad trader becos I literally had to do a lot of work to get close to that number Option 2: The stratergy really doesn't offer anything even close to the number Although I guess I love what is going on as I don't earn and still invest my father's money(I am still in grade 11) so I guess that's decent What I learnt: You can't play safe and make a lot of money out of it   submitted by   /u/Arijit265 [link]   [comments]
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