365 Ways to Make Money: Ideas for Quick $ Every Day of the Year

Front Cover
John Wiley & Sons, Jun 1, 2011 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
1 Review
The how-to guide to making real money with little or no start-up costs

We'd all like to find out how to make money. 365 Ways to Make Money proves that you don't have to be a slick entrepreneur or become embroiled in get-rich-quick schemes to boost your cash flow. In fact, this guide shows that anyone can make money—up to thousands of dollars—with little or no start-up costs. This guide shows there are ways to make money, whether you are a stay-at-home parent, a student or a professional looking for extra income, or a hobbyist looking to convert your interest into cash.

365 Ways to Make Money is the ultimate inspirational, yet practical, guide to finding ways to earn extra income. With one tried-and-true idea for every day of the year, it looks at ways you can instantly put your ideas in to practice, providing money-making ideas from every area of your life—from your home and cars to your knowledge and interests.

More than just a list of ideas, this is a real how-to guide, with tried and tested strategies.

Unlike other moneymaking titles, this book also gives you the financial knowledge you need to support your moneymaking journey.


What people are saying - Write a review

User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Make $5,000 IN 30 DAYS With Mobile Marketing! Step by Step Video Tutorials How to Make $5,000 Per Month With Mobile Marketing, I GUARANTEE! I will show you Powerful Strategies that I personally used.


Make Money From Home
Make Money From
Make Money Seasonally
Make Money With Animals
Make Money With Cars
Make Money With Domestic Ideas
Make Money From Your Knowledge
Make Money With Beauty
Make Money With Weddings

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2011)

As one of nine children, Kylie Ofiu grew up devising ways to earn extra pocket money. Now that she's a grown-up, she blogs about ways to make money at www.kylieofiu.com. Kylie lives in Sydney with her husband and two daughters.

Bibliographic information