March 2010 Pizza Deliveries

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This page and the many like here at DeliverAwayDebt are snaphot of the money you can earn by Delivering Pizzas. Dave Ramsey said to go out and deliver pizzas at night, so I did. Thank you Dave, it’s helping me to Destroy my debt.

Back to the money part. You CAN make great money delivering part time. I make $1400 to $1800 per month working 22 hours a week. Yeah, the shifts aren’t the greatest…Friday 5-1am/Sat 5-1am/Sun 5-11…but they are the best shifts to make money on.

I’ve detailed my daily earnings so you can see what the potential is for you. By the way, pizza delivery is VERY fun second job to have.

Monthly Totals for March 2010
Hours Money Made Hourly Rate
68 $1,301 $19.13

Week of March 22, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday 17 $82 $48 $130 $16.25
Saturday 21 $83 $48 $131 $16.38
Sunday 18 $95 $36 $131 $21.83
Totals 56 $260 $132 $392 $17.81

Week of March 15, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday 21 $101 $48 $149 $18.63
Saturday 17 $105 $48 $153 $19.13
Sunday off off off off off
Totals 38 $206 $96 $302 $18.88

Week of March 8, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday Off Off Off Off Off
Saturday 21 $118 $48 $166 $20.75
Sunday 18 $95 $36 $131 $21.83
Totals 39 $213 $84 $297 $21.22

Week of March 1, 2010
Day Runs Tips Pay Total Hourly Rate
Friday 18 $96 $48 $144 $18.00
Saturday 22 $118 $48 $166 $20.75
Sunday Off Off Off Off Off
Totals 40 $214 $96 $310 $19.38

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Joolie March 20, 2010 at

I’m curious, since you are so public about your earning, do you claim all this as income on your taxes? I’m struggling with what a good Christian should do about cash income.


Jeffrey Kosola March 20, 2010 at

Yep, anytime the I-R-S wants they can double check here on the site. Having is public doesn’t leave you with much choice. There are some things to think about though. Do you pay a bunch of taxes with your job? I pay a TON in my 1st job and any overtime is taxed to high heaven. If you prepare your own taxes you can run the numbers and see what is will really do to your taxes liability. I really isn’t that much difference, so I you need to sleep at night just pay the tax 🙂


Mrs. Accountability March 22, 2010 at

Joolie, of course the right answer is your claim your cash income, whether you are a Christian or not. If you don’t already have a large amount taken from your taxes like Jeffrey, a good rule of thumb is to save back 30% of your cash income to put toward your tax liability. For example, if you make $100, put $30 into savings to hold for your tax liability. Hopefully you will be able to take enough business deductions to lower your tax liability, but saving back 30% is a good estimate and you’ll have enough to pay your taxes if you end up owing.


Jeremy Johnson March 31, 2010 at

Wow, this is very cool to see in action – I am impressed with what you are making of this – and you are enjoying it. I LOVE seeing people share their income on things they enjoy. I’m in the process of a little side income experimenting at the moment myself. Thanks for this info!


Tim April 7, 2010 at

This is a great breakdown of how much you can make. One question, do you include gas expense on the calculation? Even if you used a tank of gas each weekend, you could still do very well.


Jeffrey Kosola April 7, 2010 at

Hi Tim, if gas is included then I will take off $1.00 per hour. I fill up once a week and that gets me to and from job #1 and all my deliveries too.


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