Who wants to be a millionaire?
Even if those words don’t strike a nostalgic chord, you might be eagerly raising your hand, anyway. Because, of course, you want $1 million. And it doesn’t have to be hard to start the process of getting there.
If you’ve got $10 and a smartphone in your pocket, you’ve got the tools you need to be on your way to seven figures.
Claim a free stock worth up to $70
You can own fractional shares of your favorite companies through Public.com with as little as $1.
Instead of spending, say $100, on a single share, you can buy slices of a stock with however much money you want to put in. This could be as little as $1, $5 or $10.
Public.com lets you build your investment portfolio with the companies you believe in and it’s completely free to use, with zero commissions.
Download the app today and sign up in just a few minutes. If you refer a friend and they sign up and fund an account as well, you can receive a free stock worth up to $70.
Get paid $10 for saving your spare change
This is as easy as saving money can possibly get: Acorns lets you invest spare change while you shop.
Here’s how it works: Say you buy a coffee for $2.25. Swipe your card, and Acorns automatically rounds up the purchase to $3, and sticks the leftover $0.75 into your investment portfolio. Like a super-charged piggy bank.
Don't worry if you're not sure what to invest in — Acorns offers various portfolios designed by experts that can be customized based on your investing goals. Just connect any debit and credit cards you use to your Acorns account, and the app automates everything for you.
Plus, when you sign up with this link, Acorns will add a $10 bonus to your account as soon as you make your first investment. That’s like filling up your whole coffee punch card!
Pay less interest on your credit card debt
If you’re holding onto unpaid credit card balances, you’re probably racking up wild amounts of interest.
Credit cards have some of the highest interest rates of any debt you can take on, even if you have a solid credit score. Replacing those balances with lower-interest loans can save you thousands of dollars.
Credible’s platform helps you compare loan offers quickly and easily, with interest rates as low as 2.49%. A debt consolidation loan lets you wipe out your pricy credit card balances and repay the debt in as little as two years.
To see what rates you might qualify for, fill out one simple form today. Just tell Credible what kind of loan you want and what you want to use it for, plus a little bit about yourself. It’ll show you a list of quotes from lenders with all the information you need to decide whether the loan is right for you.
Build a real estate empire (you don't need millions)
If you have your heart set on getting into the real estate game, you don’t need to be a millionaire to do it.
Using Fundrise is a lot like buying stocks, only instead of getting a piece of a company, you get a share of real estate.
While there are a couple of standard fees, you won’t need to pay any transaction fees or sales commissions. It works out to just $10 a year for every $1,000 you invest.
You can get started in just a few minutes, so if you’ve been hoping to pad your portfolio with primo properties and make your millions in the real estate market, investing with Fundrise is a great call.
You can start investing with just $10.
Add $150 to your wallet
Aspiration’s Spend & Save cash-back account is an easy way to get paid whenever you pick up groceries, both in-store and online.
The minimum deposit to open an account is only $10. And as long as you spend $1000 within 60 days of opening the account, the $150 welcome bonus is all yours.
Get up to 10% cash back every time you use the debit card at the stores you love, like Walmart, Target, and CVS.
Your Spend & Save debit card also comes with unlimited free withdrawals at more than 55,000 Allpoint ATMs across the country — more than Bank of America, Chase, and Wells Fargo combined.
Sign up for an account in five minutes and start making your way toward that $1 million using your everyday purchases.