All great ideas! Not sure if you left multi-level marketing off on purpose, but I’ve recently started taking a nutritional supplement called Thrive, and due to the amazing results (tons of energy, great sleep, calming of aches and pains, etc.) I’ve started working as a promoter. There is absolutely no requirement to pay anything to sign up, you don’t even have to stock the product, it is a cloud-based business where the customers order online and receive the product directly from the company. If you get two people to sign up with autoship, you get your product free. Even if you pay for the product it is only about $5 a day, less than a cup of coffee in the U.S. So far I’ve been really impressed.
The Farm Bill seems to be focused on research and development, not interstate commercial sales. I would like to point out that the law defines ‘‘agricultural pilot program as a pilot program to STUDY the growth, cultivation, or marketing of industrial hemp” and the title of the Bill is SEC. 7606. Legitimacy of Industrial Hemp Research. Or, is your comment that the Farm Bill is so enlightening based on its inclusion of the word marketing and that in order to study marketing you must have sales. If so, interesting take on a complex legal issue. Or, perhaps, your theory is that if a pilot program participant is duly registered under a state pilot program, its respective activities are per se lawful under all bodies of law? Or, does the Farm Bill’s clarity somehow stem from the DEA and DOJ current lack of prosecutorial funds?
If you have previous experience as a computer programmer or have skills in this field, then there is plenty of work you can pick up as a freelancer. If lack of confidence is holding you back, then Free Code Camp is an excellent way to get your foot in the coding door. This organization provides free courses where you will build real-life apps and programs, giving you experience and plenty to add to your CV.
Online savings accounts usually come with crazy good interest rates to help you grow your money faster (regular in-person banks can’t offer rates as high). We’re fans of CIT Bank and Discover Bank (among others) because their interest rates are often over 25 times the national average. That means the money in your savings account will grow 25 times faster than the pace it’s most likely growing at now. Really, though, you can’t go wrong with pretty much any online savings account that offers over 1.50% APY 🙂