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Swagbucks Hosting January Swago January 1-8


The digital rewards site Swagbucks is offering big payouts during their January “Swago” promotion starting Monday, January 8th at 9am PT and running until Monday, January 15th! Swago is just like bingo, but in this case you’re filling out squares as you earn points on their site for doing things you already do online. If you’re thinking of trying Swagbucks, this is a great chance to learn all about how the site works and earn bonus points while doing it, meaning you can get more gift cards faster. Here are a few tips:

  • Each square on your Swago Board will contain an action item to complete. They can be anything from getting a search win, completing a survey, or just visiting one of our popular stores!
  • Once you complete the action item in a particular square the square will change color signifying the action item is complete.
  • You have until 12pm PT/3pm ET on Monday, January 15th to mark off as many squares as possible so use your time wisely.
  • Be mindful of the patterns and their corresponding bonuses located on the right of your Swago Board. The patterns will vary in difficulty and bonus value. Once you’ve achieved a pattern, the corresponding “Submit” button will light up. You can have multiple patterns available for submission, however, you can only submit ONE pattern so choose wisely.
  • Each activity you successfully complete on your Swago Board will give you anywhere from 1-20 spins on the Spin & Win Wheel. PLUS, when you submit your board for a bonus you’ll get additional spins. The number of spins will depend on the pattern you complete. The wheel has all sorts of great prizes that you can win, and each spin is a winner!

The Spin & Win Wheel will be available all throughout Swago and you have until 11:59pm PT on Monday, January 15th to use all your spins.

Fill up your board and then submit your pattern to get even more points – if you can fill in the whole board, you get a 500 SB bonus, which is enough for a $5 gift card from the retailer of your choice.

Click here right now and click “Join” to get started! If you don’t already have a Swagbucks account, you’ll be able to quickly sign up; PLUS, if you earn 300 SB before the first of January, you’ll get a bonus 300 SB!

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Passive Dividend Income–December 2017

passive dividend income

2017 has come and gone. It seems as though it just got here, but now it’s in the history books. I spent 2017 buying dividend-paying stocks to build up passive dividend income that can buy even more. My hope is that by the time I hit retirement in a couple of decades, I’ll have a nice stream of money coming in.

Dividend Income Is the Best Way to Earn Money in Pajamas

I’ve noted on here multiple times that passive income is the best income. It comes in whether I go to work or not. I’ve already put in the effort to get this stream of passive income rolling my way.

My process is simple. I find companies that pay out regular dividends to shareholders. Preferably, these dividends have grown over time. A growing dividend requires additional revenue and income, or else the growth will end.

These companies are frequently multinational corporations that make sales and profits all over the world. For example, I own a few shares of Johnson & Johnson. This company fits into the description above.

Other companies that I own make most, if not all, of their sales and profits from US business. I received a dividend from Southern Company (SO) in December. It operates in the Southeastern US. Both companies pay me because I own a small sliver of the company.

They have people who work for me. If the power goes out in a given region, Southern Company will have workers engaged 24/7 to fix the problem. Their customers, in turn, pay for the service on a monthly basis. Again, in turn, Southern Company returns some of this revenue to me on a quarterly basis. It’s a great system, and tends to be more stable than capital gains.

A New Passive Dividend Income Record

Back in November, I had a nice level of passive dividend income, nearly reaching $75. This bested the amount I earned from dividends in December of last year. I knew that I had some dividend income heading my way from some funds I hold pay out more in December than in the rest of the year combined.

I set a record in December. Here are the companies and funds that paid me in December:

Kroger Co. (KR)                                                                                    $6.25
Southern Company (SO)                                                              $17.40
Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)                                                               $8.40
Realty Income Corp. (O)                                                                  $5.30
Vanguard Total Stock Market Index ETF (VTI)                    $6.06

Total from Traditional IRA                                                        $43.41

JP Morgan Equity Income R5 (OIERX)                                 $14.14
Cohen and Steers Realty Shares (CSRSX)                          $54.11

Total from 401k                                                                              $68.25

Vanguard Institutional Index Fund (VINIX)                         $0.13

Total from 457 Plan                                                                       $0.13

Total Passive Dividend Income for December 2017:     $111.79

I set a new record in December with more than $111. This was my first month passing into three figures in passive dividend income. It’s pretty exciting to see to say the least. My hope is that the months with more than $100 in passive income will become ever more frequent in the months and years to come.

The snowball is definitely starting to roll. As it does, I’ll be able to buy more shares, which should build up the snowball over time.

My Year-Over-Year Comparison

This was a 67.45 percent increase over the same month in 2016. Also, it brings my passive dividend income for the entirety of 2017 up to $531.30, which was an increase of 120 percent in a year-over-year comparison.

My 12-month passive dividend income estimate for 2018 is now up to a little over $595, which is nearly $50 a month. This does not count the 401k income and the income that I might get from the 457 deferred compensation plan that I recently opened. These are harder to track.

The income from my IRA will allow me nearly 30 hours of freedom from work in 2018, which is a big increase from the 18 hours of freedom I estimated at the end of 2016. These numbers were basically $0 and 0 hours when I started attempting this process in 2015, so I’m showing some good growth.

How was your dividend income in December?

Keep Up With My Progess

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Sign Up For Swagbucks in January, Get a $3 Bonus


Looking for a way to rebuild your finances after the holidays?

If you haven’t tried Swagbucks before, you can get a bonus $3 for signing up as my referral during January. Swagbucks is a rewards site where you earn points (called SB) for things you’re probably doing online already, like searching, watching videos, discovering deals, and taking surveys. Then you take those points and exchange them for gift cards to places like Amazon, Starbucks, Walmart, Target, or PayPal cash.

When you sign up through me this month, you can earn a $3 bonus! Here’s how:

1. Sign up using this link 

2. Earn 300 SB total before 2/1/18. You’ll get a $3 (300 SB) bonus for it!

3. If you want even more bonuses, you’ll get a $10 (1000 SB rebate) bonus for making your first shop purchase! That’s in addition to the SB you earn for every dollar you spend.

That’s it. It’s super easy, and Swagbucks is for real. I use it myself, and I’ve earned more than $2,000 in the past four or five years. This money can go toward paying off debt, saving money on Christmas presents, or even investing for the future. It’s really easy to earn.

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Paying Off Debt With Online Earnings–Part 4

Paying off debt takes time. The more income that you bring in, the easier it goes. Most of us will have a job of some sort, but it will not always be enough to make meaningful progress. This is why I started looking for ways to come up with online earnings.

I’ve been making money every single month for more than six years. Some months, it’s a small trickle. In others, it’s a nice chunk of change. This online income has allowed me to keep afloat during grad school. It’s allowed me to get ahead some months. It also allows me to pay off my debt from grad school.

November was my lowest month in terms of online income for the year, but since my last update on paying off my online earnings, I’ve added $165 to the payoff. While it was a little less than I paid off in October, this is more than double the minimum payment, and it drops my total down below $7,800. I’ve paid off nearly $1,000 in less than six months, just from my online income.

I should be able to pay off even more before the January statement gets cut. My online income allow me to pay this off. Hopefully, I can get the debt paid off quickly.

Online Earnings Also Allow for Investments

I also put a few bucks here and there toward my IRA account during the statement period. While the $15 I saved might not seem like much, and it isn’t, it’s still something. If I can put something to the IRA each and every month, it will add to my dividend income and allow me to make more frequent purchases.

Paying off debt and putting month toward investments each and every month is a worthy goal, and if I can keep it up, I should be able to accomplish this goal within a relatively short period of time.

If you’re wondering about the methods I use to make money online, you can check out some of my previous online earnings reports, like this one from October. I’d love to hear from others who are using their side hustle income to pay off debt over time. Let me know in the comments.

Erasing Debt with Online Earnings
Erasing Debt with Online Earnings

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November 2017 Passive Dividend Income

Building up passive dividend income slowly but surely

Today was the last day of the month. Thanksgiving has passed, Christmas and the end of the year are just a few mere weeks away. It’s now time to look into the passive dividend income that my investments brought in during November. The end of the month is one of my favorite times of the month for this very reason.

Surprisingly, the second month of each quarter is a usually good month for me when it comes to dividend income. It rivals the third quarter and sometimes outpaces it. November was no different. My current investment holdings that pay dividends include eight individual companies and three funds.

I like investing in companies that pay dividends because the dividends make it less likely that I will lose money on a given investment. They provide me with a margin for error. Also, these dividends will provide income when it comes time to retire in a couple of decades.

Also, these companies make sales around the country, and some of them have foreign sales. They have workers who put in effort each and every day to bring profits and dividends my way. The funds that I hold generally include companies that have domestic and foreign sales.

I literally earn money in pajamas, as these companies that operate around the world obviously make sales and profits while I’m in bed asleep. It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere. Passive dividend income is my favorite type of income.

Passive Dividend Income for November 2017

Four separate companies and one fund paid me in November. Some of these companies are among my largest holdings, so the dividend income was quite a bit more than it was in October. Here is the passive dividend income that I received in November:

AT & T (T)                                                                                        $24.50
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers (SKT))                              $8.56
Omega Healthcare Investors (OHI)                                 $32.50
Realty Income Corp (O)                                                             $5.30

Total for Traditional IRA                                                         $70.86

JP Morgan Equity Income R5 (OIERX)                             $3.24

Total Passive Dividend Income for November:    $74.10

This was nearly $9.00 more than the dividend income that I received in August 2017. Most of this was a result of the addition of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers to my portfolio. I also had raises from Omega Healthcare Investors and Realty Income Corp.

When looking at this dividend income in relation to my dividend income from a year ago, I earned only $25.31 last year. This means that I nearly tripled my dividend income in just one year. That’s pretty exciting, if you ask me. Furthermore, I’m now up to $419.51 in overall dividend income for 2017. With a month to go in the year, I’m now  more than $150 ahead of the dividend income that I earned for all of 2016.

I’m also up to $564.04 in estimated dividend income for the next 12 months. This does not include any dividend income that I might get from a 401k plan that is still invested (the source of the $3.24 income in the list above. This would buy me slightly above 28 hours of “freedom” over the course of a year when estimating a need of $20/hour to maintain my standard of living.

How was your dividend income in November?

Also, don’t forget that I’m running a giveaway for an Amazon e-gift card that ends on Monday, December 4, 2017. Be sure to check out how to sign up for the giveaway here

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Holiday Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Welcome readers! Tis the season to buy presents for friends and family. Sometimes, this can come to quite a bit of money. I’d like to help out a bit for one lucky reader. That’s why I’m hosting a Amazon Gift Card Giveaway for the holidays.

You can use this $10 e-gift card toward any purchase on Amazon. It definitely won’t cover the entire cost of many items, but you can look at it as a discount on your purchase if it does not cover the entire cost.

How To Qualify for the Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

How can you qualify for this $10 Amazon e-gift card? There are three steps.

First, scroll to the bottom of the page and answer what your favorite online side hustle is in the comments. Make sure to list your name and your email address. Without this information, I cannot contact you should you be the winner.

Second, scroll to the bottom of the post and click on either the Facebook or Twitter share button.

Third, take a screenshot of your Tweet or your Facebook post. I’ll ask for the screenshot in my email to the winner to verify that they shared the post. You can attach it to your reply.

Good luck in the giveaway, and happy holidays!

Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Here are the official rules of the Amazon Gift Card Giveaway:

Contest Duration:

The contest will run until Monday, 12/4/2017 at 11:59 pm GMT. Anyone who signs up before this deadline will be eligible to win.

Contest Prize:

One Amazon e-Gift card code that’s worth $10. The total value of the prize is $10. The winner will be responsible for putting in the code on their own Amazon.com account.

Odds of Winning:

The odds of winning are 1 in however many people sign up for my email list via Mail Munch before the deadline.

How will the winner be selected?

I will count up the number of entries received by the 12/4/2017 deadline. Then I’ll input the number of entries into an online random number generator. The first person to comment on and share this post will get number one. The second will get assigned number two, and so forth. The person whose number comes up will get an email from me informing them that they’ve won. They will then need to reply to the email and provide me with the screenshot of their share of this post on Twitter or Facebook. If they do not reply within 48 hours after I send the email with the screenshot, I’ll get another number from the random number generator and repeat the process until I get a winner who responds.

What will you do with my email address (AKA privacy)?

By signing up, you agree that you give Earn Money in Pajamas permission to use your email address for two possible purposes. The first is to get updates from Earn Money in Pajamas.  The second is to put you into contact with opportunities to earn money and/or travel/cash back points (for example Chase or Amex referrals). Names and email addresses are all that might be shared under this arrangement. I appreciate your support.

Want to Learn About Future Opportunities? 

If you’d like to follow my progress each month, be sure to go to the top of the page and sign up for updates. You can also follow me on Twitter.  I’m now closing in on 350 followers, and I appreciate the support.

Also, if you could share this latest update below via Twitter, Facebook, or any other social media platform, it would be much appreciated. I want to inspire others to improve their finances and show them some easy ways that they can do so.  Just click on the “Share This” link at the bottom of this post!

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How I Made Money Online In October 2017

Making money online has probably never been easier. There are many ways that I’ve made money online

How I Made Money Online In October 2017
How I Made Money Online In October 2017

over the past several years.

I started out making nothing online. I thought it was a gimmick of sorts. Then I started reading about people making hundreds, if not thousands, each and every month. I also knew that I was about to start grad school. With a wife and kids to support, I needed to supplement my meager income, so I started reading up on some of the major ways that I could make some money online.

I started a blog after reading an article on Problogger where Darren Rowse disclosed his status as a six-figure blogger.  I dutifully started my own blog, hoping to hit the big time quickly. Within a week, I’d earned $0.59 from AdSense. I was on my way, or so I thought.

This was more than seven years ago, and I’ve cashed out via AdSense once in that time. Needless to say, I’ve not hit the big time in a Problogger sort of way, but I have seen my income grow over time as I looked into other options and made money online with them.

I quickly found out that I needed other options, and I started looking into other avenues to make money from home. I found a few, and I’ve found even more over time. These methods of making money online do not require me to leave the house. I started sharing some of them on this site so that I can help others learn how to earn money in pajamas.

How I Made Money Online In October 2017

These posts that I started at the beginning of the year list some of the major ways that I’ve earned money online in 2017. I enjoy looking back at the end of each month to see how I’ve supplemented my income from working at my Jay Oh Bee (that’s my job).

I also like to share the ways that I make money online so that others can learn that they too can supplement their incomes. It does not really take a degree in rocket science. All it takes is some free time and some perseverance. I have several different streams of income each month. The more, the better. That way, if one option goes away, I still have others that will bring me some income.

I’m using my online earnings to build up passive income from dividends and to pay off debt. This is a long-term process that I anticipate will pay off over a period of years.

So, without keeping you in suspense any longer, here are the ways I made money online in October (please note that the links are affiliate links. I may be compensated if you sign up with them):

Freelance Writing: $209.83
Swagbucks: $50.00
GiftHulk: $5.00
Earnably: $1.00

Total Online Earnings for October 2017: $265.83

This was down a little bit over the previous few months. However, it’s important to remember that even this small amount would add up to more than $3,000 over the course of a year if I kept it up for 12 months. How much would $3,000 help people who are only able to pay off their bills and save nothing each month?

I would think it would help quite a bit. You can sign up for the programs listed above and get started with your own online earnings.

Can You Make Money Online?

Absolutely. Your ability to earn money online is limited by the time that you have available each week and the imagination that you might have to market some opportunities to others. Setting up your own blog can be a great way to share these opportunities that can help people out. You can also start to earn affiliate income of your own.

WordPress recommends BlueHost, which is one of the top options for self-hosted bloggers. You can sign up for BlueHost by clicking the banner below if you’re interested in getting a self-hosted blog:

Remember, I started out making absolutely nothing online. I’ve now built up to where I’m making nearly $5,000 a year in my spare time. This can grow over time.

Reviews Of Money-Making Sites

Here are a couple of reviews that might help you decide which sites might work for you:

Earn Cash and Rewards with Swagbucks
Swagbucks is my favorite site to use to earn money. If nothing else, you can make money from searching the web.

Earning Money In Pajamas With GiftHulk

My Ibotta App Review
I use this when I go shopping. You can earn $10 for signing up with my link and getting your first rebate within a week. With cashouts starting at $20, you’d be more than halfway to redeeming for some PayPal cash!

How did you earn extra money online during September? Do you have any other options that worked? Let me know in the comments. I’d love to check them out!

Keep Up With My Progress

If you’d like to follow my progress each month, be sure to go to the top of the page and sign up for updates. You can also follow me on Twitter.  

Also, if you could share this latest update below via Twitter, Facebook, or any other social media platform, it would be much appreciated. I want to inspire others to improve their finances and show them some easy ways that they can do so. Just click on the “Share This” link at the bottom of this post!

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When Side Hustling, Persistence Pays Off

Few people need a reminder that the corporate world is fairly unstable. 50 years ago, people could get a good job with a good company and retire with a pension. Today, this loyalty is a thing of the past. Pensions are going the way of the mastadon and the woolly mammoth. This is why many workers today have started side hustling.

What Is Side Hustling?

Side hustling is a marathon, not a sprint.

 

Simply put, side hustling is the act of trying to make money outside of a “normal” 9-to-5 job. Not only is the job market unstable with people averaging about 12 jobs over their lives, wages have stagnated when figuring inflation into the equation.

Only recently did the per capita household income exceed the purchasing power that families had in 1999. Between 1999 and 2012, households lost about $5,000 in purchasing power.

 

With jobs paying less and layoffs and downsizing distinct possibilities, it’s a good idea to have a side hustle to bring in extra money. This extra money could help a family pay bills, pay down debt, or save for the future. A side hustle might not need to bring in thousands each month to make a sizable difference in your family’s budget.

Even an extra $50 or $100 can start to make a difference. If you’re able to pay all of your bills and make minimum payments on your debt, that $100 could help you build up an emergency fund of $500 or $1,000 that could help you avoid going into debt to pay for an emergency.

When my first kid came along, I was bringing in less than $30,000 a year. I needed a side hustle, and I’ve been trying to make money online ever since. I’m working on paying down the last few thousand from my graduate school and trying to invest at the same time. I’d be unable to do so without bringing in some side hustle income.

What Types of Side Hustling Are Feasible?

There are lots of ways that you can make money from side hustling. I noted several of these on this list post about ways teens can make money in the summer.

Getting a second job is possible for many people. This might involve flipping a few burgers, stocking a few shelves, or delivering a few pizzas. You might feel like this work is beneath you. It’s not. If you’re in debt or you have no retirement savings, just a few thousand extra bucks each year can be a big help.

It’s also possible to create a second (or third, or fourth) job. For example, I’ve noted on here that my blog is a sort of a side hustle. It makes me a few bucks each month. I don’t get rich from it (at least not yet), but it brings in a few bucks each month.

I also do some freelance writing that brings in a few more dollars a month. Watching videos and searching the web also bring in a few bucks a month. Put all of these side hustles together, and I brought in a bit more than $400 in side hustle income in August 2017. I’ve made even more in the past when I wasn’t publishing it on this blog.

Persistence Pays Off

Personal finance is not a sprint. It’s a marathon if you have the good fortune of living a life that reaches a relatively normal length. It might be tempting to quite side hustling if you’re only making $50 a month. It’s important to remember the power of a dollar so that you can stay motivated.

A dollar a day in extra income that you can invest will add up to $365 at the end of a year. If you then invested that and got an 8% return, after a year, you’d have $394.20. But, it get’s even better. If you keep up with saving another dollar each and every day, you’d save another $365, which would make nearly $760.

If you can keep this up for 50 years, saving just a dollar a day and earning an 8% return, you’d be pushing a nest egg of $300,000. A dividend yield of 4% on that $300,000 would throw of $12,000 in passive income at this point.

Double the investment to $2 a day for the same period of time, and you could get $24,000 in passive income. And remember, passive income is the best income. Of course, getting a later start will mean that you’d have to make and save more than $1 a day more than your bills to get this far ahead.

Regardless, a side hustle could definitely bring in more than $2 a day if you play it right. Even answering a survey or two could lead to that much. Figuring out a side business where you could write on the side or walk dogs or mow lawns might mean that your side hustling could bring in several hundred a month. Even starting a blog (affiliate link) could wind up being a profitable side hustle.

Side hustling is not likely to make much in the first few weeks. However, each and every dollar is an important building block in your road to financial stability and eventual financial freedom. Don’t get discouraged if you only made $5 this week. Try to make $6 next week. The future you will be glad that the present you did, especially if you don’t spend all of that money.

Keep Up With My Progress

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Also, if you could share this latest update below via Twitter, Facebook, or any other social media platform, it would be much appreciated. I want to inspire others to improve their finances. I also want to show them some easy ways that they can do so.  Just click on the “Share This” link at the bottom of this post!

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Use Swagbucks For Disneyland Tickets


Swagbucks, the online rewards site where you earn cash and free gift cards for the everyday things you do online, has added Disneyland eTickets to their lineup of rewards!

If you haven’t used Swagbucks before, here’s how it works: You get points (called SB) for things like online shopping, discovering new products and services, answering surveys, watching videos, and even searching the web. Then you redeem those points for gift cards from places like Amazon, PayPal, Walmart, Target, Starbucks, and now you can redeem them for tickets to Disneyland!

For you Disney fanatics out there who are planning a trip to The Happiest Place on Earth, Swagbucks is a great way to stretch that travel budget further. You can earn while booking your hotel, get gift cards for travel and restaurants while you’re away, or just offset the cost of the tickets using your SB points!

Here’s some information from their FAQs about it:

How will I receive my eTickets?
These are electronic tickets that will be delivered to you via email.

Where can these eTicket be used?
These eTickets are specifically for use at Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, CA, and cannot be used at Disney World in Florida, or at any Disney Stores or other Disney resorts. Tickets cannot be used for admission to special events (ie. Mickey’s Halloween Party).

What type of eTickets does Swagbucks offer?
2 Day, 1 Park, Child (ages 3-9)
2 Day, 1 Park, Adult (ages 10+)
2 Day, Park Hopper, Child (ages 3-9)
2 Day, Park Hopper, Adult (ages 10+)
3 Day, 1 Park, Child (ages 3-9)
3 Day, 1 Park, Adult (ages 10+)
3 Day, Park Hopper, Child (ages 3-9)
3 Day, Park Hopper Adult (ages 10+)

What happens if I redeem for the wrong ticket?
These eTickets are non-refundable. Please make sure you are redeeming for the correct ticket and pay close attention to the type of ticket you are selecting, as there are different tickets depending on the amount of days you wish to attend the park, the type of ticket (one park per day vs. Park Hopper), and the age range the ticket is for (adult vs. child). Adult tickets are for ages 10 and up.

Also, please keep in mind it may take a few business days for you to receive your eTicket, so be sure to give yourself enough time when redeeming before you plan to visit the park.

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August Swago From Swagbucks


Swagbucks is holding their Swago promotion starting Monday, August 28th at 9am PDT! It’s just like bingo, but in this case you’re filling out squares as you earn points on their site for doing things you already do online. If you’re thinking of trying Swagbucks, this is a great chance to learn all about how the site works and earn bonus points while doing it.

The best part is that the points you get can be used to get free gift cards to places like Amazon, or PayPal cash!

Fill up your board and then submit your pattern to get even more points – if you can fill in the whole board, you get a 500 SB bonus! That’s enough for a $5 gift card in their Rewards Store.

Click here to sign up and get started! If you sign up through my link and earn 300 SB before the first of next month, you’ll get a bonus 300 SB!

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