There are countless ways to increase your earnings beyond just what Uber, Lyft, etc. pay you for rides. Here are some resources to make it happen.
The Cleo card is the credit builder that keeps on giving. It was created by the makers of the budgeting app of the same name. The card was designed with you in mind to help ease the burden of bad credit. Get this! Unlike with other lenders, there is no credit check.
Rideshare drivers keep asking, “how much does uber pay in my city?”, “how much does uber pay per mile?”, “how much does uber pay per minute?”, etc.
A recent Reddit thread asked drivers how much Uber pays in their city, and we have collected the results including the per-mile rate and the per-minute rate.
Acorns is the top micro-investing app in the United States. Its easy-to-use, mobile-centered interface makes it easy for anyone to save and invest their spare change. Acorns enables customers to automatically invest in low-cost, diversified portfolios
A speeding ticket can get you deactivated from many of the rideshare and delivery app platforms. You can be the most vigilant, careful driver and still not notice the increased rate of the flow of traffic or miss a lowered speed limit sign. Radar detectors alert you to a police radar gun active nearby, which can help remind you to slow down and avoid unwanted tickets. We’ve reviewed the top Radar Detectors for 2021.
Whether you create a business, like an LLC or an S-Corp, for your rideshare business, or you are just doing it under your own name, you can reap the benefits of cash back and mileage rewards cards for these expenses and get up to 5% back on all of your purchases. This adds up!
View the recording of this FREE LIVE WEBINAR with attorney Bryant Greening will cover topics such as Unemployment Insurance for Gig Workers, the Overall Impact of COVID-19 on Rideshare Drivers, Delivery Drivers and Gig Workers, accidents and injuries and use of dash cams.