Earning Money in the Online Economy

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Posted by The Savvy Retiree on June 1, 2017 in Online Income, Videos

Profitable income could be lurking in your attic or shed.

Knowing how to tap the new economy is the trick to making it pay.

Just look at what Tom Kerr paid money for when he went online shopping…

Earn Money

You can make money in the online economy doing anything from giving someone a lift in your car…to having them stay in your house…to selling the contents of your Grandpa’s toolshed…or taking on some freelance assignments.


These are the passwords to easy income you can earn on your own terms.

Set up your ecommerce store and sell the excess from your garage or attic. Use the income to pay off some debt and relieve the financial pressure. Give yourself some breathing space to go sailing…play a round of golf…or enjoy an extended camping trip in the great outdoors.

Maybe you can create an income selling something you make…woodwork or crafts. Your own ecommerce store on eBay can do the work for you. All you have to do is enjoy your craft or hobby.

Or maybe you can create a second income doing a little freelance work.

The online economy is the perfect place to earn independent income.

And there are new platforms emerging all the time. We’re keeping an eye on them for you…

Once you tap into it, you can ditch the job and focus on living the life you truly want.

Consider swapping your expensive mortgage for a few acres of land where you can produce your own food.

Or take to the road in a RV where your living costs are minimal and a small online income is all you need to enjoy the freewheelin’ life.

More and more people are waking up to the potential of the digital economy…and seeing through the myth of the American Dream.

Join us in creating a new dream of simple, quality living…the way it should be.

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