Here is a breakdown of my income for December.
December’s income was pretty good since I was working at my doc review job most of the month.
I made $2183.89 from my doc review job. Although there were three weeks with reduced hours, the fact that the month had 5 paydays helped make up for that.
My Amazon FBA side hustle lost a little money since I didn’t do any selling during the month, but still had some expenses.
I made $50 from a bank bonus and $97 from other bonuses.
Dividend income came in at $6.29. Not many of the companies I own payout dividends in December. There will be a lot more dividends this month. If you sign up using my Robinhood referral link we will both get one share of free stock. Thanks to anyone who signs up using my link. Every little bit helps.
I made $0 selling stuff online and eBay since I couldn’t sell stuff while in Cancun.
I also received $236.58 in cash back. This relatively large amount is mainly from buying stuff online to resell.
Lastly, I received $22.81 in interest and $68.77 from a Swagbucks deal. I’m a little peeved that the bank I opened an account with three months ago cut their interest rate from 3% to 2%. I only opened the account with them due to the higher interest. I’ll have to reevaluate whether it is worth jumping through the necessary hoops to earn the reduced interest rate.
How was your month?
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What bank pays 2%?
There are a lot of banks that pay 2% or better. My bank is Heritage Bank. The catch is you have to do 15 debit cards transactions, have an ACH payment, and receive electronic statements. If you do a Google search for Kasasa cash you should find a bank in your area offering a similar deal. There are banks that aren’t part of the Kasasa program that have similar deals.
Good to know. Wish we could have surging stock market AND high interest on savings.
P.S. I’m currently walking Camino de Santiago. Well, I’m doing it virtually thru worldwalking.com. :). Encourages me to get walking.
It would be nice to have both. I can’t complain about having just the surging stock market, though. I’ve heard of those virtual hiking apps, but haven’t tried one. Maybe I’ll look at that one.