ways to make money without working

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    drake ductposted 8 years ago

    ways to make money without working

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    Clevertoti035posted 8 years ago

    Unusual ways to make money, from unusual businesses and jobs to treasure ... Making Things To Make Money is for those who like working with their hands

  3. wychic profile image85
    wychicposted 8 years ago

    Unfortunately, making money without working is pretty much a pipe dream. Money is what we use in trade for goods or services delivered, and there really is no way to create value for people without putting a little work into it. Even if you have a large inheritance and plan to invest, that takes work...either you have to spend time discussing options with a financial planner, or you have to spend the time researching the market and finding good, solid investments. Making money through working at home on the internet or by other means often takes a lot more work than a traditional "9-5," and is only worth it if you have a real reason for wanting to make it work. In a traditional job there's no such thing as unbillable time for the employees, there are guaranteed hours of work and stability and all you sacrifice is upside potential...those of us who work for ourselves have upside potential, but it takes even more work to find any kind of stability within that work. In other words, there simply is no such thing as "something for nothing," except for some people who try to scam the government with spurious disability cases or collect welfare even when they're still capable of working. In these cases, other people have to work to make up the lack whether they can afford it or not.

  4. LeanMan profile image85
    LeanManposted 8 years ago

    You have to work.... sorry...

    Just a matter of how smart you work as to how hard you have to work and for how long...

  5. Patty Inglish, MS profile image92
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 8 years ago

    The Internet and the classified ads in weekly newspapers and the back of magazines on the newsstands of the world announce in large letters that You Too can make money at home Without Working! Splashy... read more

  6. nicomp profile image65
    nicompposted 8 years ago
  7. stevewong profile image61
    stevewongposted 8 years ago

    One way or another, you will have to do some sort of *work.  In the best case scenario, you leverage the work of others (i.e. employees, sub-contractors).  You still do *work though it just is a different type of work.

    Perhaps we need to better understand your question... when you say work are you referring to direct labor vs. indirect labor?

  8. kaizan28 profile image64
    kaizan28posted 8 years ago

    lie on a bench outside a gay night club, with your trousers down, and a note attached saying $10 for action. Then you can just read a book, or talk to friends on facebook, and let people have their way with your cherry blossom. You will now be making money, and your not doing any work,

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    eternaltreasuresposted 8 years ago

    I think you will need to put in some work in order to earn money. Even millionaires who are only earning money by interests, has to work (by thinking, deciding and planning) the best strategy to earn a profit on their investments.

  10. reagu profile image71
    reaguposted 8 years ago

    (1)  Born rich or marry rich or receive a large insurance settlement claim in order to

    (2) hire a trustworthy investment manager, and then

    (3) live off the returns.

    3 steps.  I should write an e-book!


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