My sources of income

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“Billionaires on average have nine sources of income.”

As a broke Accounting and Finance student, I’ve been trying different side hustles to finance my university expenses. Here is what I’ve recently started:

  1. Writing articles

I’ve not earned any money on Medium yet, but hopefully, once I get 100 followers, I can get something out of it. I enjoy writing though, so I consider this a hobby.

2. Investing in stocks

Investing in the stock market is more critical than ever because of the rising inflation. If you’d like to start investing, I recommend using Freetrade. It is very convenient, easy to use, and has excellent service. When you first sign up, you also get a FREE share worth between £3 and £200.

Sign up here: https://magic.freetrade.io/join/hoi-yan/2ea1c74d

3. Starting a business

I came across this designing and selling t-shirt website. I’ve created a few designs but still haven’t gained any profit yet. Also, it’s another hobby of mine, so I don’t expect too much from it.

If you are interested, here’s the link to my shop: https://itschloetsang.teemill.com/

4. Tutoring online

Teaching students is incredibly rewarding because you are earning money, but you also get to see your student improve and gain more knowledge. I currently teach 11+ and KS3 Maths every Wednesday, and it has been a great experience.

If you’re a university student and you want to start tutoring online, here’s my referral link to MyTutor: https://www.mytutor.co.uk/tutors/signup/?rc=CHLOE2411915

5. Student Ambassador

At my university, we have 4 Open Days every year. I help my programme leader set up the tables, promote the course, and meet potential students.

6. Content Creating

I have 2000+ followers on Instagram, and I collaborate with brands and get a commission for each sale I make with affiliate links.

I hope this article has inspired you. Feel free to share your side hustles so we can become financially free together!