No Overhead

No Overhead

A Side Hustle Guide for Turning Free Inventory into Real Money

By Jeremy Vanderslice

Would you like to have extra cash but don’t want to spend money to make money? Well then, you are just like Jeremy Vanderslice. In the words of his brothers, Jeremy is always “trying to make a buck.” The only problem is he is risk-averse. Over 5+ years of selling items online, Jeremy has found a few tried and true methods to make money selling items with no upfront cost.

In No Overhead, Jeremy shares with you the top ways that he gets free (or almost free) inventory to turn into real cash. You will also learn tips and tricks to optimize your time and make money as quickly as possible using various online marketplaces.

Be advised; this is not a get-rich-quick scheme or fake hope for passive income. The methods shared in this book will help you to make anywhere from $300-$1000 a month with just a bit of your spare time. Whether you want to pay down debt, save for a vacation, or add more money to your retirement account, No Overhead will teach you risk-free strategies to achieve your goals.

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Jeremy Vanderslice grew up and still lives outside of Philadelphia, PA. He has a wonderful family consisting of his wife, Rachel, and two boys. He holds an undergraduate degree from West Chester University and a Master’s of Arts in Ministry from Wesley Seminary at Indiana Wesleyan University. Jeremy does not consider himself an Entrepreneur as he has a pretty deep fear of risk. With that being said, he does love to make a buck and has found several opportunities to make money with almost no up-front cost. Despite working 8+ years in the nonprofit world, Jeremy loves to help people make smart financial decisions and earn a little extra money. Jeremy also enjoys reading and learning about all things finance, history, and Star Wars. When he grows up, he hopes to have a boat, even just a small boat.

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