According to the U.S. Dept. of Labor, about 8 million Americans work second jobs to make ends meet or pay debt and save money faster. Are you included? If so, beware, because moonlighting takes its toll. It’s mentally and physically exhausting and leads to stress at home and at work. But speaking from four years of experience working two jobs, here are some tips for surviving a second job.
Checks are no longer necessities, but they can be convenient. While most merchants don’t prefer checks, your landlord or utility companies might, so it’s still important to understand how to write a check and balance your checkbook.