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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on The Penny Hoarder.
Spending 10 more minutes at work probably won’t have a significant impact on your finances, but using that break-sized amount of time elsewhere just might.
Sure, some of the tasks listed here are one-offs, while others may need to be repeated to realize real value. The thing these tasks all have in common is that they can have a lasting impact on your finances, if you capitalize on them.
Here’s how you can take advantage of 10 minutes of your free time to add some extra room to your budget this month.
1. Get Money to Invest: This App Gives You From $2.50 to $200 in Free Stock
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If you’re playing the short game and want money you can spend this month, consider one of the other tips here. But if you want to play the long game and grow your money, consider investing it — you don’t need that much.
If you feel like you don’t have enough money to start investing, you’re not alone. But guess what? You really don’t need that much — and you can even get free stocks (worth $2.50 to $200!) if you know where to look.
Whether you’ve got $5, $100, or $800 to spare, you can start investing…
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