I made $41,879 as an AirBNB host
Kelly Kampen

If you’re writing articles about making money I think it’s important to note the difference between net and gross. Using the term “made” doesn’t give more economically minded readers any real insights about the financial truths of your piece. What were your costs? How many hours a month were invested against your gross? Your piece has good insights about the care and thought you put into your rental business and shrewd wisdom about hospitality strategies. but lacks any real indication that you actually think of accounting, which, of course, is the cornerstone of “making” money.

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