How Can You Pay Bills Without Working?
To pay bills without working, receive government benefits like unemployment, have a disability and receive a check for that, or find charitable individuals willing to trade services for goods. Be creative when trying to pay bills without a job by considering information from a registered financial consultant in this free video on personal finance and money management.
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This is financial advisor, Patrick Munro, talking about a unique question today, how you can pay your bills without working. Well most obviously, an individual would say the only way to pay your bills without working is to not work and receive government benefits. Another way would be to have a disability put upon you, and therefore you're receiving a disability check. You're not working, but rather, receiving the check, and therefore your bills are being paid that way. There are other individuals that are charitable in nature that will go out and do work on a trade-out basis with companies, and they will be renumerated in goods and services instead of in cash, so their bills are paid as a result of their philanthropic activities. It's a rare case in America that this does occur, but it's an emerging trend as the economy continues to get worse and worse going forward. Creativity is the key when you are doing this, and it's it's a noble pursuit because you are helping others while helping yourself in fact. It's something that can be done as well through a charitable foundation if you choose to set one up. This is Patrick Munro, talking about how you can pay your bills without working.