10 Uncommon Sources of Income in Retirement



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Carving out a plot in your backyard to grow woody perennials may not make you millions, but it could supplement your income without taking over your schedule. “Depending on how you choose your project, it can be relatively low demand as far as your time,” says John Tullock, author of Pay Dirt: How to Make $10,000 a Year From Your Backyard Garden. Neophytes who are interested should be cautious, do a great deal of research, and, ideally, enroll in classes at a local college.

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