Army reservists to receive better training and equipment
We could all use an upgraded income, so here are a few ideas to get you started with improved finances.
06:41 07 July 2013
Army reservists will be receiving more training and better equipment to do their jobs as a part of the plan to cut the full-time forces and strengthen part-time ones instead. In our personal lives, we may be in need of improved finances, but there are not always obvious methods to produce the desired results. Here are a few ideas to help you try to improve your finances.
- Websites—do not underestimate the power of the internet when it comes to making positive progress for your finances. Many times, we look for the more obvious routes for local employment, or try to pick up a second job. You might be able to find odd jobs online that save you petrol and still give you extra funds to work with.
- Hobbies—you never know when your hobby could turn into something more lucrative. Again you have the ability to use internet resources or local shops to help you get started. You might be able to obtain an agreement with a local vendor to display your work, which could positively impact your finances and perhaps even grow into something more substantial in the future.
- Collections—if you collect items, or you have an eye for picking out valuable items, you might be able to purchase them and sell them locally or online for more than you paid as a way to supplement your income. Make sure this is legal in your area, and if it is you can also keep an eye out for local sales, which can provide similar opportunities to resell for a profit.
- Services—even if you don’t have a hobby that you can try to turn into something lucrative, you might be able to offer services that benefit your neighborhood, such as caring for others, cleaning, gardening, or anything else you can think of which could help others while improving your finances.