7 Best Side Hustles to Start Right Now

Part 1

Do you want to make more money? Side hustles are the perfect way to do so. This blog post will give you tips on which side hustles are best for your skill set and where to find them. Side hustles offer a variety of opportunities.

 Side hustles vary widely depending on your interests, skillset, talents and abilities; there is something for everyone! In this blog post we will go over the best side hustles that you should consider starting right now.

What Are The Best Side Hustles To Start Right NOW?

Great side hustle ideas for your own business.

If you can save people time on doing things that they don’t like doing, and you have the skills to complete the task, you can offer this as a service!

You can offer:

1. Freelance Bookkeeping

Bookkeepers are trusted with the responsibility of ensuring accurate records and balancing books. Side hustles like this can be a great way to make more money, especially if you have accounting experience.

Accounting preparation is necessary for any bookkeeping work because it’s part of their job description. This entails setting up tax forms, file organization systems and basic arithmetic skills that are needed when working on taxes or calculating interest rates.

If you’re looking for a side hustle idea where you don’t need degree-level education but still want some form of certification then becoming an accountant might be the right fit for you. You’ll spend less time in school than someone who wants to become a certified public accountant (CPA) would take; instead they will decide which audits and exams to take.

Certified financial planners are in high demand due to the complexity of retirement plans, taxes and budgeting which makes this a great side hustle idea for bookkeepers who want to become self-employed.

If you want to become a bookkeeper and have no experience, then there are two options for certification:
  • Certified Bookkeeping Professional (CBP) which is an international credential that will certify your abilities as it pertains to accounting. You’ll need three years of relevant work experience in order to meet the requirements.
  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) focuses on American standards so this would be the more suitable route if you’re only interested in working within America’s borders.

Websites like Upwork and Fiverr offer a huge variety of freelance bookkeeping jobs that you can take on and complete.

2. Accounting Services

Accounting services is a great side hustle idea because it can be done at home. You don’t need to have accounting experience in order to provide bookkeeping, tax preparation and payroll solutions!

A large part of working as an accountant involves having strong math skills with knowledge of accounting principles–which you should already possess if you’re considering this side hustle for yourself! The other requirement is the ability to use Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software and basic computer literacy.

If you want a very specific form of work then becoming an accountant might not be the right fit for you; but everyone has different interests so make sure that this matches what YOU are looking for before deciding on any type of career. If it does work out though then there are many advantages to being an independent accountant: it’s a great side hustle for people with disabilities, and you’ll have the flexibility of working on your own schedule.

If bookkeeping sounds like something that would interest you then check out these websites for freelance opportunities:  Upwork or Fiverr. If accounting services is more in line what you’re looking for then take a look at Skill Scout which offers remote work as well as local clientele–perfect if you want to start up your business from home!

3. Organizational Services

Organizing professionals offer their clients with solutions for the organization of various spaces such as closets, pantries or bookshelves.

This is a great side hustle idea because you don’t need to have any type of background in order to do it! You just need enough organizational skills that can be applied within someone’s home and will depend on what exactly they’re looking for help with–e.g., if their kitchen needs more storage then your job would entail organizing food items by category (fruits, vegetables, canned goods) etc.; whereas if someone needed some guidance on how best organize their closet then you’d find out which things are used most often and place them at eye level so they could easily grab whatever they wanted without having to search through all the clothes.

If you’re interested in this side hustle idea then we recommend starting with local listings like Craigslist or by putting up your own ad on sites such as Upwork, Fiverr and Sidecar which have a variety of clients from all over the world who are looking for help!

4. Virtual Assistance

Do you have any type of skills that could be used for online tasks such as data entry, preparing reports, research, blog managements, content creation, graphic design, writing or accounting? Have you thought about providing your services to clients from all over the world using sites like Fiverr?

This is a great side hustle idea because it’s one where you can offer “virtual assistance” and work remotely. You’ll need laptop and internet access in order to complete these types of projects.

VAs are more in demand than ever because of the rise in freelancing, remote work and independent contractors. The great thing about being a VA is that you can choose the type of jobs you want to take on–i.e., if bookkeeping is what interests you then go ahead and sign up for Sidecar or Upwork; but if graphic design better suits your skill set then try out Fiverr!

Finding the perfect VA can be a tricky process so we recommend checking out in this site HowToHireVA. We have spent over two years researching how to hire virtual assistants effectively so we could build an easy-to-follow blueprint for finding the best ones possible.

5. Writing/Content Creation

If you love to write and have a knack for creative writing then this is the perfect side hustle idea for you! There are some things you need to know before you get started though.

First things first, if you want to start a blog then make sure that it’s about something original and interesting.

Secondly, keep in mind that when starting up a blog chances are nobody will find it unless they’re searching specifically for what you’ve typed into Google (which can take some time) so just like with any other business we recommend establishing an initial following by providing valuable content in your niche.

Thirdly, you’ll need to set up a domain and hosting or find someone who will do it for free.

And finally we recommend trying out Fiverr because this is where writers and other creatives are looking for projects such as blog posts, web design, copy writing, etc.

6. Arbitrage

Service Arbitrage is the act of buying something at a low price and then reselling it for profit.

This is one of the best side hustles around because there are so many options to choose from! You can find anything online–e.g., not just books but clothes, electronics, jewelry etc.–and make extra money by reselling them at prices that people might be willing to pay instead of what you originally bought them for which will depend on how much time and effort you’re willing to put into this type of business as well as your budget (i.e., if you have more time or funds available then you’ll want to try going after higher priced items).

There are plenty ways that you can get started with arbitrage such as:
  • Setting up your own online store
  • Buying and selling on eBay
  • Listing items at a fixed price

If arbitrage sounds like something that would interest you then we recommend starting with sites such as Craigslist or Sidecar which has both buyers and sellers from all over the world. Sidecar is geared more towards professionals while Craigslist targets general consumers so it’s best to start out by looking for what type of side hustle suits you best before trying to diversify into other kinds. You can also try Amazon if you’re interested in different types of products.

7. Consulting Services about your expertise

Thinking of a side hustle that you can offer to other people? If so then this is a great idea because we’re living in an age where knowledge and expertise are more valuable than ever.

Consulting services can be set up in a variety of ways–e.g., through word of mouth, social media or by blogging about your expertise–and the best part is that you don’t need to have any industry experience to start out with this side hustle! That said, consulting services will only work if you’re able to provide value for clients which means having knowledge and skills in a specific area so it’s important to do some research beforehand (i.e., what are people struggling with? What types of questions are they asking online?).

Many overload consultants choose to specialize in one area of expertise so that they can provide more value for their clients, but this is a personal choice and you’re free to do whatever seems best.

One thing we recommend doing before getting started with consulting services is creating your own website or landing page which will act as the hub for all of your consultations (i.e., once potential clients find it then they’ll be able to contact you).

Some ideas about what types of consulting services could work include:
  • Personal Finance
  • Coaching
  • Career Management

Lastly, to make this type of side hustle more sustainable we recommend investing in a blog and/or social media accounts. People are always looking for experts on these platforms so once you create a following then you’ll be able to reach people who might need your services!

What SIDE HUSTLE do you plan to start? Write it down in the comment section below!

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