March Income – $6323.65

Here is a breakdown of my income for March.

Amazon FBA($0.52)
Amazon Merch$9.71
Brokerage Bonuses$100
Other Bonuses$100
Online Income$230.54
Ebay/Other Selling$740.74

March was a great income month. It was probably one of my best ever.

I received $1400 from the economic stimulus payment.

I made $9.71 from Amazon Merch.

I made $3683.09 from my doc review job for a full month of work. I did work over 40 hours every week which helped the income total. I don’t get overtime pay or the total would be even higher.

My Amazon FBA side hustle lost a tiny bit of money.

I made $200 from a couple of brokerage bonuses and a couple of Swagbucks offers.

Dividend income came in at $31. I believe that is my highest ever monthly amount of dividends. 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 $740.74 selling stuff.

I also received $23.43 in cash back income.

Lastly, I received $5.66 in interest and $230.54 in online income.

This month’s income will be down significantly since my job is ending and I’ll be traveling and not actively making money. How was your month?

2 thoughts on “March Income – $6323.65”

  1. Great blog! I’ve been reading through a lot of your posts. The income and expenses reports are great.

    I read on one of your posts about your struggles with weight loss. I had the same problem for about 20 years (I’m in my mid 40s), so I know where you’re coming from. I lost about 70 pounds several years ago and have effortlessly kept it off. Try researching The Starch Solution. That was a massive game changer for me. I used to do low carb, but would always gain the weight back within months. Once I switched to eating whole food starches, the weight dropped off and hasn’t come back. When I switched from the low carb diet to the starch diet, I used to say to my wife that I feel like I’m cheating every day. Anyway, I thought it might help. Trying to lose weight really used to get me down.

    I’m semi-retired now and just working on going full FIRE. Looking forward to reading your next post.


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