Expert suggests donating blood plasma as a way to make money in personal finance guide

Personal finance experts have revealed that blood plasma donations could help hard-up Americans earn an extra $30 per session whilst also doing a good deed. Blood plasma is needed to make medications for people with blood clotting issues and it is safe to donate several times a month. The Wealth of Geeks personal finance blog has included this unusual money-making idea in a special guide of 41 ways to make quick money for those feeling the pinch.

Michael Dinich, personal finance expert and founder of Wealth of Geeks, said that many people think that the only way to make extra money these days is online, but there are plenty of ways to generate an additional income stream or quick cash without using a phone or a computer. The guide also includes offline money-making activities, such as washing cars, selling items from home, pet care, setting up a dog walking company, or supporting an established dog walking company. The Rover app is also recommended as a way to find dog walking or pet sitting gigs.

The guide suggests that there are many people who require help around the home or office with tasks such as putting together or taking apart furniture, clearing garages or gardens, help with shopping or appointments, or mowing lawns. Wealth of Geeks has listed something for everyone, from filling out online surveys to driving for Uber or even flipping cars.

Michael added that there is something for everyone in the guide, and if they are willing to work hard and get creative, there are numerous options for earning extra cash. The blog offers a whole range of tips and advice on potential side hustles, managing money, and fun stuff around travel, food, and favorite TV programs and movies, designed to make personal finance fun.

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