To ensure that all extra earnings from freelance jobs are managed and maximized wisely, expert personal finance guidance is critical.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) October 26, 2012
The recent International Monetary Fund-World Bank annual conference concludes with a report urging global leaders to launch more reforms and policies for financial growth and healing. While the event proceedings may reveal that the true state of the global economy is still problematic, it also reflects that nations across the world are now even more serious and extra-aggressive in hitting their target of finally overcoming the recession.
This more vigilant outlook towards gaining financial freedom is likewise seen in the average consumer. More and more people who have been badly hit by the crisis are now much more active in seeking effective and sustainable solutions that will help them get rid of debt fast and become more stable financially.
Championing this encouraging attitude is DebtConsolidationUSA.com, as the debt solutions provider recently provided more tips on making extra money that can be allocated for clearing credit faster. Their financial advisors focused on discussing the right choice of freelance jobs that the average consumer can undertake while still holding on to their regular jobs or source of income.
“Get a gig—that’s one of the first suggestions we give to people struggling with debts,” says a DebtConsolidationUSA.com financial advisor. “For those who are neck deep and need help with credit card debt and other liabilities, the traditional formula of spending less and earning more would still be the smartest step towards financial stability. But you also need to complement this strategy with the right debt management system—we find that a well-structured debt consolidation program often works even for the most serious cases.”
Simply grabbing any gig on hand may not be enough, according to experts. The project or freelance job should be chosen carefully so that the extra hours of work and attention would be well worth the price. According to a study made by DebtConsolidationUSA.com, the best freelance jobs are the following:
1. Creative jobs. There’s a huge demand for creative work today, and professionals such as web designers, freelance writers, graphic artists, crafters, performers and musicians find that they can make use of technology to enable them to work from home and take on gigs without leaving their day jobs.
2. “Slash” skills. A lot of people are now making money from other skills that may be unrelated from their profession. There are now lawyers-slash-chefs, doctor/artist, receptionist/blogger, and other such combinations. Juggling multiple careers is seen as more ethical or legal-friendly move, since there would be fewer chances of the day job employer and a freelance client coming in from competing companies.
3. Consultant basis. Working on side projects as a consultant in your field of specialization can be friendlier for a full-time employee’s schedule. Consultants in interior design, business, financial planning, accounting and other fields can manage their own client appointments to ensure these do not interfere with their everyday work.
4. Regular “hustling.” Often, the most lucrative jobs do not entail a special skill, equipment or specialization. Earning part-time from direct sales and selling pre-loved valuables are two of the simplest ways to get additional income all year-round.
“To ensure that all extra earnings from freelance jobs are managed and maximized wisely, expert personal finance guidance is critical,” says the financial advisor. “Free budget tools, credit card debt counseling and programs on debt relief by DebtConsolidationUSA.com have been very effective in helping hundreds of people get up from being down with debt. With the right financial program, you can get back on track and turn your life around for the better. If you think you’re ready for a positive financial upheaval, visit our website to contact me or the other financial advisors today.”