Here are my earning from this month: (Not bad for a stay at home mom)
$39.74~Izea (PayPerPost & Social Spark)
$25.66~Ebates* (please use firstname.lastname@example.org as your referrer when signing up)
$3.31~Adsense (Current balance $37.61…need $100 to cashout)
$5~Chevron Gas Card (on-line contest)
$25~ING Direct (Bonus for opening a FREE savings account) details here
$25~E*Trade (0pened a savings account)
$0~Pine Cone Research
$30~(3) $10 Walmart Gift Cards
$1.95~Walgreen’s Jan Rebate (Electrosal)
*Ebates $5 Bonus Offer: All new Ebates accounts earn $5 for signing up, which is credited 2-3 days after you make your first purchase. I’ll earn $5 when you sign up and you’ll earn $5 for every person you refer as well.
Click here to earn a $25 Visa Gift Card from Wachovia. I loved completing the bank deals this month. It was easy money. 10 minutes to open each account (2) for me (2) for hubby and we made $100 total doing it. We now have designated high interest savings accounts for -long term emergency fund, -short term emergency fund, -automobile, and debt repayment.
Total earnings for February was $325.46 All of my cash earnings are divided up as follows… 10% Tithe, 70% Savings and 20% Spending. All GC’s are used for CVS OOP and rebate offers.
4 thoughts on “Monthly Earnings- February 2009”
Way to go!! 🙂
I was curious…why do you consider mail-in-rebates as “earnings / income” when they’re simply a refund of money you previously spent? Wouldn’t this mess you up when filing income taxes (since you’d essentially get taxed twice on it)?
Good for you Motherhen. Ebates was especially helpful for me during the Christmas which is when I make larger on line purchases.
I like the way you outline your earnings as an example so we can all glean ideas.
Way to go! I love the fact that even as a SAHM I can still make $$ to help our family AND it’s really not that much work.
I’d have signed up with ebates under your name, but I’m already a member. I received a 27.00 payment in Feb. from Christmas shopping.