Side hustles are a good complement to Social Security - AMAC & Entrepreneur.com
Work at home opportunities, Uber, and Airbnb have been part of America’s lexicon for years now. Ridesharing and homesharing are providing extra income for lots of people, including many retirees. Since Social Security replaces only about 40% of pre-retirement income, John Boitnott says retirees are perfectly positioned to take advantage of one of a number of side hustles. He explores 17 of them in his article here at Entrepreneur.com. Other examples include renting out your car, pet sitting, dog walking, grading standardized tests, and becoming a participant in a study or clinical trial. Read here for more information.