In our third SkimmU course, we teamed up with Tonya Rapley – author, entrepreneur, and owner of Club Loofah – to walk through all your Qs about getting a side hustle off the ground. Like figuring out your most sellable skills, finding paying customers, and setting your prices. ICYMI: you can watch it right here.
If you work full-time, make sure your main gig is cool with the idea of one on the side.
Validate your biz idea, pricing, and goals before you double down.
Keep your side earnings in a separate checking account.
An LLC could give you liability protection and can help separate personal and business finances.
If you make over $400 with your side hustle, the IRS wants a cut.
The Starting Your Side Hustle course may be behind us, but there's still one course ahead. You won't want to miss our final course: Investing 101.
Get paid for your extracurriculars.
Net worth = what you own – what you owe.
That’s you, freelancers, side hustlers, and small biz owners.
Working 9 to 5...then 5 to 9.