If your job is your main source of income and the only way for you to save money, how could you possibly still save when you eventually lose your job?
Getting a steady income is essential so you could have sufficient funds and extra ones to save for the rainy day. The first thing that you would need to do is to find another source of income. For some people, they even find ways to have passive income.
5 Ways to Have Income When You Lose Your Job
Okay so you lost your job. The reality might not have sunk up and could become more horrifying as soon as the reality creeps in but losing your job doesn’t mean the end of the world.
Try to identify skills that you have which could be bankable or what other people would be willing to pay for. Whether it be painting, printing brochures, organizing an event, selling online or over the phone or you could try one of the following.
1. Start a business from scratch
2. Become a consultant
3. Buy a non-franchise business
4. Buy a franchise business
An infographic from Lendio also suggests that having your job could actually more risky than starting a business and with the right perspective, working for yourself could actually become on of the most rewarding career decision one could ever make.
The case was different for me though, I left my day job in order for me to save more. I felt that going freelance was the best way for me to reach both my personal and financial goals.