Is passive income really hard work in the beginning?

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  1. ryancurtis profile image59
    ryancurtisposted 7 years ago

    Is passive income really hard work in the beginning?

    I work full time during the week and have a family of two kids. Basically there is about 3-4 hours every working day to do passive income work. I`m in bed by 12am/1am most night now. By Friday the energy levels lights show empty.

  2. LouisPresume12 profile image54
    LouisPresume12posted 7 years ago

    Yes it is, because you have to establish a foundation first, depending on what your financial situation is you have to actually put in some work before any results can even accrue. But it's worth it, it's always good to see something you did grow and become something huge so keep working !! smile

  3. frostygirl profile image56
    frostygirlposted 7 years ago

    I have found two passive income opportunities that do not require a lot of time spent on them. The first one is TextAdBrokers where you just sign up for free, pay $25 for one package of which they give you $10 back in advertising and then you get paid a % of advertising revenue. The only time you will spend after the signingup process is checking to see how much you have earned: go to:http://www.textadbrokers.com/?frostygirl to sign up for free and check it out.

    The other one is Just Been Paid, go to my hubpage for full details:
    http://www.hubpages.com/hub/How-to-make … online-now

    Hope this helps!
    Frostygirl

  4. wandererh profile image75
    wandererhposted 6 years ago

    Passive income that does not require any work or very little work from you must come with a catch or everybody would be doing it.  The catch will be different for different types of passive income sources but would generally be one of the following:

    - A large amount of initial effort would be needed.
    - A large amount of money, contacts or resources are needed.
    - A special talent is needed.

  5. Viviannie profile image74
    Viviannieposted 6 years ago

    No, passive income is not necessarily hard work in the beginning. I put money to work for me in shares with monthly dividends. I started with as little as 100$ and I used the compounding interest effect to grow my money.
    You can do it to at  https://uinvest.com.ua/?amigosid=9549 or you can read one of my hubs related to this subject at http://viviannie.hubpages.com  .

 
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