More and more people are working from home, and not just as freelancers. Many large and well known names are building their workforce with home based remote employees. ChristianMoney.com saw another news article this week about U-Haul hiring home based customer service reps nationwide. Here are some of the details - Benefits include a 401(K) and a stock ownership plan (no medical insurance provided) Schedule is for up to 25 hours per week Summer seasonal work available Minimum age 16 A number of fairly standard Internet and computer requirements are expected View The Full Job Listing Here A couple of... Read more →


In recent years, it seems like the most popular part time gig is so called ride sharing. The leader in this niche is Uber. Ride sharing offers a more affordable alternative to taxis, and a robust part time opportunity for drivers. Uber drivers will tell you, however, that they are not always dealing with the most pleasant and courteous passengers. One story you will hear frequently is that of disrespectful passengers, and some that are even drunk. If an inebriated passenger throwing up in your car is not bad enough, there is the unknown risk associated with picking up total... Read more →


At Christian Money, we focus on making money, saving money, and avoiding scams. This week, I will be writing about a new and very interesting topic to me; how to make money being an online juror. If you are someone that enjoys following legal cases, and your favorite TV shows are The People’s Court and Judge Judy, this might be right up your alley. The idea is straightforward enough; lawyers take the facts of a particular legal case and then test them out on a mock jury. This may set the strategy for a trial, or even lead to a... Read more →


Click Here To Listen Online Or Download On this episode Jim shares several tips on how to get an amazing night of sleep. Including aromatherapy, nutritional supplements for sleep, using a 'sleep machine', and more. When making important decisions be careful not to set yourself up with confirmation bias. How Jim is losing weight with the Slow Carb diet, how to deal with dysfunctional family situations, how the martial arts can clear your mind and provide a mental 'reboot.' Read more →


We have done articles over the years highlighting the opportunity of so-called seasonal jobs. These jobs are tied to the increase in shopping and eating out during the holidays. Of course, most people already know about seasonal job openings at UPS and major bricks and mortar retailers. In recent years, however, Amazon.com has become a significant name that has been added to that list. One of the unique side benefits of a seasonal job is that it is not all that unusual for workers in these positions to end up transitioning to full time employees. This time around, I wanted... Read more →


Yesterday I dropped an e mail to nearly 15,000 of our subscribers sharing an article from a year ago about the Amazon Associate affiliate program. I have not done any writing or speaking on affiliate marketing in quite a long time, but the truth is that it represents an ever increasing percentage of my personal income. What we have been learning at ChristianMoney.com is that it is far more efficient for us to do the research, and recommend other people's products rather than always creating our own. The idea behind affiliate marketing is that you share information on products and... Read more →


Jim Discussing This Article On Live Radio In Chicago If you are a regular reader, you are no doubt aware that I have been involved in the world of Internet marketing for several years now. In the beginning, I was utilizing these Internet money-making concepts for the purpose of earning a living from this blog and my website (ChristianMoney.com). In hindsight now, I am realizing that a mistake I have made is not taking more full advantage of the Amazon Associates affiliate program. Yes, I have taught on this opportunity repeatedly in my workshops, but honestly tended to position it... Read more →


On this episode – What is Periscope and how is this new app helping people to build a following online? Are disagreements on the rise over inheritances? What you can do to leave an estate without a family fight. Obamacare enrollment is open, but many have sticker shock when considering the new premiums – what are your options? This is our member's only podcast. To become a member and support our work, Click Here. If you are already a member, you can access the podcast by Clicking Here. Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Lots of people think about writing books for children, but just don’t know where to begin. When it comes to being a children’s author, the “voice” needed is very different from that in which you speak as a writer of adult books. Additionally, the format, the rhythm of children’s books, can be a little tricky to master, if you’ve historically spent your time thinking, speaking, and writing as an adult (which applies to basically all of us). The fact is that writing isn’t writing, as in, it is all the same -... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large We talk a lot about the importance of developing multiple streams of income, in this day and age. The economic infrastructure of the United States has changed in such a way that there has become an emerging class of worker who is not entirely full-time, and not entirely part-time. These people have found themselves generating income on the basis of a “patchwork” approach to working. A number of factors beyond their control have conspired to create this situation; among them are substantial constraints now placed by the federal government on businesses, including... Read more →


by Robert G. Yetman, Jr., Managing Editor, The James L. Paris Report Are you familiar with mystery shopping? While you may have had no direct experience with it as yet, it has been around for a long time, and is something that can provide a way for you to earn reliable “side” money. With mystery shopping, you are essentially working as an undercover shopper for the benefit of a given retail establishment, so that the customer experience can be evaluated and improved upon by that same business. Mystery Shopping Provides Valuable Feedback To Businesses Each of us has, at one... Read more →


There was a time, not too many years ago, that having your name on a college diploma was a really big deal. In today's world, however, a college diploma is the new high school diploma. College degrees do not carry anywhere near the weight they once did. Due to the ease of obtaining student loans, a college degree may communicate nothing more than that you are up to your eyeballs in debt. As a result, the landscape of hiring has dramatically changed, Human resources departments can no longer simply skim through a stack of resumes and separate those with degrees... Read more →


Of course, the rage these days is selling online, but if you sell physical products there are quite a few challenges. If you want to start small, it can be difficult. Finding an assortment of items to sell at wholesale prices is a challenge (especially with today's super low Internet prices). Even more of a problem for many is simply coming up with the cash to set up their starting inventory. Just a modest inventory of even a low priced item can take $1,000 or more to get started. Lastly, the biggest headache of all is dealing with shipping. Well,... Read more →


Staff Writers Of ChristianMoney.com The Internet has long been the new way to communicate, to include advertise, do business, and engage in a variety of other commerce-related interactions. I mean, do you even receive a traditional Yellow Pages book at your house anymore, and, if you do, do you keep it? If you keep it, do you actually use it? The bottom line is that if the Yellow Pages is your “go-to” resource for finding merchants and service-providers in the established Internet Age, you’re definitely behind the curve. What’s more, if you’re not using “old school” resources like the Internet... Read more →