Congrats for already being such a well-respected professional. People assume you are smart, detailed, and reliable. Take a look at these side hustles for accountants, which often involve solo work for someone with an accountant’s specific skills.
Here are the 50 best side hustles that let you set your own hours and make money in your free time.
1. Virtual Fractional Bookkeeping
You will be able to scale more easily by keeping your work online (or virtual) to save on time commuting. The idea behind “fractional” work is that your client is purchasing the amount of bookkeeping services they need from you, instead of having a full-time bookkeeper.
Getting Started: Update your resume to emphasize your bookkeeping experience. Look for customers in need of virtual bookkeeping services on Upwork, Craigslist, and Indeed. Create professional profiles on online platforms to convey your expertise. Also use traditional networking methods to market your skills.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for a virtual bookkeeper is about $19 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: If you perform well and build a trust with your client base, you can offer to expand the scope of services for those clients into higher-paying work such as accounting and tax services.
2. Virtual Fractional Accounting
Getting Started: Similar to virtual fractional bookkeeping, you would update your resume and contact prospects through various methods. While your bookkeeping services focus on keeping a company’s financial data recorded and organized, your accounting services would gather data for presentation to the company’s owners and investors.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for a virtual bookkeeper is about $24 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: As with most situations, if you impress your client with your work and build rapport, you could offer additional services. In the case of accounting services, if you have exposure to the company’s investors, you could let them know about your services as well. As you acquire more clients, you will want to think about building out your team under you.
3. Virtual Fractional CFO Services
Getting Started: Being a Chief Financial Officer for a company is a big responsibility and highly respected position. As an accountant, you are well-positioned for this role. Use virtual fractional accounting jobs (above) as a springboard to offering the more extensive CFO clients to small companies that cannot afford a full-time CFO. Then, get that experience on your resume to leverage it for more fractional CFO clientele.
Potential Earnings: Depending on the size of the company, full-time CFO’s make in excess of $200K. Build out your portfolio of other clients where you are a fractional CFO, and you will be able to charge premium rates.
Other Helpful Information: The CFO position is one of the most important in the company. It has access to sensitive financial information and lets the C-suite know the financial pulse of the company.
A good place to strart is by networking in person in your community and in local small business groups. Until you have fractional CFO experience, meeting potential clients in person (even though the work you will do for them will be from your own home or office) will help establish trust.
The more companies (with websites) that you have as clients, the more trusting your portfolio will be in getting new clients that are outside your local area. The reason why you want your clients to have websites is because that makes them seem like established companies to your prospective clients.
4. eBook Writing on Accounting and Tax Topics
Getting Started: Choose a topic you can write an eBook about based on your professional expertise. Create an outline for your eBook. Write the book yourself or hire a freelancer through Upwork or Fiverr. Research eBook publishing platforms such as Kindle Direct Publishing. Publish and market your eBook.
Potential Earnings: Some eBook writers earn six figures. You may be more likely to earn a few extra hundred dollars a month.
Other Helpful Information: You can promote your eBook on your blog or through other such channels to attract more customers.
5. Business Plan Consulting
Getting Started: Create a website promoting your ability to write and review the financial aspects of business plans for local business owners. Ask your current clients if they need this service or if they can refer you to other clients.
Potential Earnings: You may charge about $2,000 to write or review a basic business plan.
Other Helpful Information: Don’t make any guarantees to your clients. Simply explain how your experience as an accountant or bookkeeper allows you to professionally review the financial plans of new small business owners.
6. Online Teaching (Accounting & Tax)
Getting Started: Read books and guides on creating online courses. Write and create your online accounting course. Choose a platform on which to publish your online course, such as Teachable, Thinkific, and Podia.
Publish and market your online course.
Potential Earnings: A successful online course that attracts regular customers could earn between $1,000 to $10,000 every month.
Other Helpful Information: To boost your earnings, you may want to take an online course that specifically teaches you how to market an online course you have created.
7. CPA Exam Tutoring
Getting Started: Pass the CPA exam. Check the jobs pages of CPA tutoring services for openings. Or, promote your services directly to customers via platforms like Craigslist. A safer alternative is the platform, Outschool. There is a brief application process to become a new tutor on their website and all tutoring sessions are held over Zoom.
Potential Earnings: For a specialized tutoring service like CPA exam tutoring, you may charge an average of $70 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: Because the CPA exam may be updated over time, make sure you learn about these updates. This is key to offering truly valuable help to your customers.
8. Accounting Tutoring
Getting Started: Consider earning a tutoring certification from a local college or an institution like the National Tutoring Association. Look into tutoring services with job openings or create a website to market your own private tutor services directly to customers.
Just like with the CPA Exam tutoring, Outschool is a great platform where you can have classess listed on Outschool’s directory and Zoom your tutoring individually or in groups all over the world.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for tutoring services is $55 per hour, but check the competition on the platforms you choose and price accordingly.
Other Helpful Information: You may charge different rates for different services. When tutoring young children in basic math skills, your rates may be lower than they would be when tutoring college students in more advanced accounting topics.
9. Create a YouTube Channel
Getting Started: Choose a topic for your YouTube channel. Maybe you gear it towards university students learning the basics of accounting, and then branch out from there. Buy a camera, tripod, and video editing software (such as Adobe Premiere Pro). Plan, write, and record at least your first three episodes. Start your channel, publish your episodes, and market the channel. Choose ways to monetize your channel, such as ad revenue, sales, donations, and sponsorships.
Potential Earnings: Earnings vary depending on how popular a channel is. A typical YouTube channel earns $0.01 to $0.03 per view.
Other Helpful Information: You can earn extra income from your YouTube channel by using it to promote affiliate products.
10. Freelance Tax Preparation
Getting Started: Pass the CPA exam if you have not already done so. Update your resume to show you have experience preparing tax returns for your employer’s clients. Create your own website to promote your services. Create a profile on platforms such as Upwork and Fiverr to find more customers.
Potential Earnings: The average fee for tax preparation is $150 to $350 per tax return.
Other Helpful Information: You may earn extra money by also offering freelance bookkeeper services.
11. Submit Guest Blogs
Getting Started: Research the most popular websites in the accounting and financial services niche. Email these websites asking if they accept guest posts from outside writers. Pitch ideas related to your skill set as an accountant.
Potential Earnings: Some websites offer as little as $50 per guest post. Others offer closer to $500.
Other Helpful Information: Many websites that accept guest posts also allow writers to promote their own services and products when they submit blogs.
12. Financial Planning for Small Companies
Getting Started: Create a website promoting your services as a financial planner for small businesses. Consider earning a financial planning certification. Reach out to local businesses to find clients.
Potential Earnings: Depending on your experience, you may charge $50 to $200 per hour for this service.
Other Helpful Information: Although this may be an excellent bookkeeping side hustle and accounting side hustle, it’s important to let your clients know that you are not a professional financial planner if you don’t have a college degree in this field. Your clients need to understand that you are an accountant who may be able to help a small business improve its financial situation and achieve its financial goals.
13. Freelance Proofreading (Accounting, Tax and Finance)
Getting Started: Create a profile on platforms like Upwork and Fiverr. Look for clients on these platforms. Explain how your day job as an accountant requires you to be detail-oriented.
Potential Earnings: A freelance proofreader may charge between $25 and $45 per hour for their services.
Other Helpful Information: You may also find clients by letting your accounting and bookkeeping clients know you offer this service.
14. Guest Lectures and Seminars (Accounting, Tax and Finance)
Getting Started: Decide what types of talks you could speak on, such as personal finance or a specific area of accounting. Create a website and letter of introduction highlighting your years of experience as an accountant or bookkeeper. Reach out to local libraries and colleges. Let them know who you are, what your experience is, and what type of seminar or lecture you wish to give.
Potential Earnings: A library or local college may pay about $200 for a small seminar.
Other Helpful Information: Use this opportunity to promote your other services or products. For example, you could market your services as a professional accountant during your seminar. This may be a smart way to find potential clients.
15. Bookkeeping App Design
Getting Started: Earn a degree or certification in app development. Create a profile on Upwork and Fiverr to find clients in need of app development services. Consider creating your own bookkeeping or accounting app and marketing it to other accountants.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for freelance app development services is $60 to $80 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: If you learn app development you could also use this skill to create an app to help you with your own work.
16. Bookkeeping and Accounting Services Web Design
Getting Started: If you created your own website, make sure it looks as impressive as possible. This will help you convince clients you can create websites for them as well. Ask your colleagues if they need help improving their websites. Look for more clients on Upwork and Fiverr.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for freelance web design services is $75 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: If you’re a strong writer you could also offer to run your clients’ blogs. This may boost your earning potential.
17. Guest Podcast Appearances
Getting Started: Research podcasts in your industry. Contact the creators of these podcasts to explain why you believe you would make a good guest.
Potential Earnings: Podcast creators usually don’t pay guests. Instead, they let them promote their own products and services. How much you might earn from a podcast appearance can vary depending on what you promote, how many listeners a podcast has, etc.
Other Helpful Information: You could branch out by appearing on podcasts and radio shows that are not directly related to your industry. For example, as an accountant, you might be able to appear as a guest on a local radio show or podcast offering tax season advice to listeners.
18. Online Focus Groups
Getting Started: Sign up for online focus group platforms like User Interviews, Respondent.IO, and IPSOS I-SAY. Sign up for focus groups when you spot that you qualify for.
Potential Earnings: Online focus groups may pay between $10 and $150 per hour. Earnings can vary depending on how much work a focus group involves.
Other Helpful Information: Online focus groups that don’t require much time can be a better alternative to in-person focus groups. This is very true for someone who is an introvert.
19. Teaching Accounting Software
Getting Started: List the different accounting programs and tools you use. Create a website along with profiles on Upwork and Fiverr offering to teach clients how to use these tools. Consider developing free intro courses to entice clients.
Potential Earnings: The rate for this type of service would be similar to the rate for tutoring: an average of $41 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: Depending on the software you choose to teach, you may be able to earn a certification to officially teach that program.
20. Freelance Editing
Getting Started: Create a profile on Upwork and Fiverr. In your profile, describe how your work as an accountant makes you a detail-oriented person who is qualified to edit written content. Cultivate a positive reputation by starting with clients whose projects appear easy.
Potential Earnings: For proofreading and copyediting services, you may charge between $0.015 and $0.020 per word.
Other Helpful Information: Focus on editing math-related content whenever you can to ensure you’re familiar with the topics.
21. Personal Budgeting Services
Getting Started: Create a website highlighting how your skills as an accountant can help you create personal budgets for clients. Create free budgets for friends and family to build a portfolio.
Potential Earnings: You could charge between $50 to $200 to create a weekly or monthly budget for a client, depending on the complexity of the project.
Other Helpful Information: Consider pitching your services to college students who may need budgeting help.
22. Financial Forecasting
Getting Started: Approach local businesses, school boards, and others to explain how as an accountant, you can help them make future financial decisions regarding purchasing supplies. Follow up with clients to find out how your services helped them save money. Leverage past successes with clients to find more customers.
Potential Earnings: You may charge between $50 to $100 per hour for this type of service.
Other Helpful Information: Ask your clients if they need additional accounting services to boost your earnings.
23. Sell Digital Templates (Printables)
Getting Started: Create templates for budgets, income trackers, and other such financial planning documents. Create an Etsy account. Sell your templates as downloadable digital products on Etsy.
Potential Earnings: You may sell a digital product for $5 to $10 on Etsy.
Other Helpful Information: If you’re a creative person, design your templates to look somewhat unique so they stand out.
24. Freelance Research
Getting Started: Create a profile on Upwork and Fiverr. Explain how your skills as an accountant also translate to strong research skills. Consider asking current accounting clients if they have any need for freelance research services.
Potential Earnings: Rates for freelance research services range between $20 and $40 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: You may find clients more easily if you specify that you can help research financial topics.
25. Investing in the Stock Market
Getting Started: Open up a brokerage account with a well-known firm. Thoroughly research potential investments. Invest wisely and track your earnings.
Potential Earnings: Earnings can vary substantially. Investing in the stock market can be one of the best ways to save for retirement (instead of getting rich quickly).
Other Helpful Information: Set a budget and never invest more money than you feel comfortable losing.
26. Investing in Real Estate
Getting Started: If you don’t have the funds to invest in real estate directly, look into other options. You could use your brokerage account to invest in real estate. Or, you could invest through platforms like Fundraise or RealtyMogul. Carefully research potential investments to determine which seem safe.
Potential Earnings: Like investing in the stock market, your earnings from investing in real estate can vary depending on many factors. This type of side hustle is a good idea to consider you know an area that is turning from a rundown area into a rebuilt area.
Other Helpful Information: Consider joining an investors group to discuss investment ideas.
27. Affiliate Marketing
Getting Started: Choose an affiliate marketing niche that aligns with your area of expertise. Research popular affiliate networks like AmazonAssociates, ClickBank, and ShareASale. Choose one that seems ideal for your goals. Create a blog or other such platform. Regularly post content in which you promote the services or products of your affiliate partners. Aim to promote accounting-related products.
Potential Earnings: Affiliate marketers earn money by placing affiliate links in their content to promote the products and services of others. Every time their content leads to a sale, an affiliate marketer earns a commission. The average full-time affiliate marketer earns about $60,000 per year.
Other Helpful Information: Make sure your posts specify that they contain affiliate links. You need to let your audience know you earn a commission when they buy products you promote.
28. Online Surveys
Getting Started: Create accounts on paid online survey platforms like Branded Surveys, Survey Junkie, and Inbox Dollars. Keep an eye out for surveys you may qualify for.
Potential Earnings: You won’t make money taking online surveys, but this can be an easy way to earn some extra cash in your free time.
Other Helpful Information: You can also participate in live focus groups near you. However, as an accountant, you might be an introvert. Therefore, taking online surveys may appeal more to you.
29. Monetize Your Creative Outlet
Getting Started: If you create arts and crafts in your spare time, consider what types of items you could create that others might want to purchase. Create a line of items, take pictures, and price them so that you make a profit when you deduct the cost of materials and time. Consider where you can sell your items. Options include local stores, local events, and online platforms like Etsy.
Potential Earnings: Earnings can vary depending on what you sell and how much hard work you put into this side hustle. It could be a great way to earn a few extra thousand dollars a year in your spare time if you treat it like your own business.
Other Helpful Information: Depending on your skill level, teaching other people to make products like yours may also be an excellent way to make money off of your creativity.
30. Blogging (Accounting or Tax)
Getting Started: Brainstorm how you can use your knowledge as an accountant to create a blog that will offer valuable content to readers. For example, you could start an accounting or tax blog, or a blog that covers both subjects. Post articles on your blog using a popular platform such as WordPress or Wix. Plan your schedule of blog posts in your content planner and track your blog posting goals. Monteize your blogs by placing ads on them, such as with Mediavine or AdThrive.
Potential Earnings: Some studies say the average full-time blogger earns around $45,000 a year. You can earn much more if you learn how to get and keep traffic going to your blog.
Other Helpful Information: You can further monetize your blog by using it to market your accounting services and any other products or services you offer.
31. Sell Items You No Longer Need
Getting Started: Make a list of items you own that you no longer need and that others might want to purchase. Ideas to consider include clothing, furniture, books, electronic devices, and tools or kitchen items. Take pictures of all items and price them based on their condition. Decide how you will sell these items. You can sell them in-person by hosting a yard sale or selling them to thrift shops. You may also sell them online through platforms like Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace.
Potential Earnings: This is a good way to earn a few extra dollars at one time. Unless you have many items to get rid of, it’s not a way to consistently earn passive income.
Other Helpful Information: Advertise the items you are selling through your social media accounts and other such platforms to find customers.
32. House Sitting
Getting Started: Create a profile on house sitting platforms like Trusted House Sitters, House Carers, and House Sitters in America. Look for house sitting opportunities in your area.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for house sitting services is about $25 per hour. You may charge higher rates if you also offer services like pet sitting.
Other Helpful Information: House sitting may be an ideal side job if your full-time job as an account allows you to work from home.
33. Earn Credit Card Rewards
Getting Started: Research the best credit cards with cashback rewards. Apply for the credit cards you believe you qualify for. Use these credit cards like debit cards. Only use them to spend money you already have.
Potential Earnings: Earnings will vary depending on how much you spend and what cards you use. This is a great option to consider if you want to make a decent amount of money every year without much effort.
Other Helpful Information: See if stores where you frequently shop offer their own credit cards with rewards.
34. Substitute Teaching in Math
Getting Started: Apply to local school districts. Accept jobs when an absent math teacher needs a substitute.
Potential Earnings: Average pay for substitute teachers is between $80 and $180 per day.
Other Helpful Information: One of the great things about substitute teaching is that it gives you the chance to promote your services as a tutor if this is another service you offer.
35. Resume Writing
Getting Started: Write sample resumes to show to potential clients. Create an Upwork and Fiverr profile and search for customers in need of this service. Have an electronic document that you send clients for them to type into the relevant information, or just send that information request in the face of an email. That way, you get all the information you need at one time, and you can copy and paste it into the resume, making resume creation faster and avoiding typos.
Potential Earnings: The average fee for a professional resume is $200.
Other Helpful Information: A local college may be the best place to find accounting students who need help writing their first resumes. This might also be an excellent opportunity to apply for a position as an adjunct instructor.
36. Product Testing
Getting Started: Sign up on platforms like UserTesting, BzzAgent, Brooks, Influenster, and Opinion Inn.
Potential Earnings: Home product testers may earn between $10 and $20 testing products in their free time. Sometimes, these companies pay in gift cards.
Other Helpful Information: Some companies allow users to keep the products they test. If the company’s policies allow, you might resell products you test to earn extra money.
37. Playing Games
Getting Started: Sign up for apps that pay you to play games, such as Mistplay and Rewarded Play. Download games and earn rewards points when you play them for certain lengths of time.
Potential Earnings: Very little. These apps tend to award users points which they can eventually trade in for gift cards.
Other Helpful Information: Try to find games you can play during your own hours while also watching TV, listening to a podcast, or doing something else that you already enjoy.
38. Social Media Marketing
Getting Started: If you manage your own social media marketing, gather your metrics to show that you are a successful and skilled marketer. Promote these services to new clients on Upwork and Fiverr.
Potential Earnings: Most freelance social media marketers charge between $15 and $35 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: You may find clients by asking your existing accounting clients if they also need social media marketing help.
39. Renting Out Items or Property
Getting Started: Make a list of any property or items you own that you could rent out to others. Examples include everything from apartments and parking spaces to musical equipment and fitness equipment. Research platforms that allow you to offer short-term rentals, such as Airbnb, Getaround, and SpotHero.
Potential Earnings: Earnings will vary depending on what you rent out. For example, the average Airbnb host renting out a private room can earn a little more than $5,000 a year. You may earn less if you rent out equipment and other such items.
Other Helpful Information: Quality pictures can play a major role in your success when looking for customers to rent items out to.
40. Organizing Services
Getting Started: Research home/office organizing services near you and contact them to ask if they hire part-time workers. Start your own small home/office organizing business and ask your current accounting clients if they need this service. This can help you grow a list of clients.
Potential Earnings: Professional organizers charge between $30 and $130 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: If you’re an accountant, you’re likely an organized person. Take pictures of your own organized home and work space to convince clients they should hire you. Also, be aware that there may be a huge demand for this type of service among local businesses. Contact them directly to find more clients.
41. Voiceover Work
Getting Started: Create a portfolio of audio recordings showcasing your voice reading various types of content. Create accounts on Upwork, Fiverr, and Voices.com to find clients.
Potential Earnings: This depends on the length of the finished recording. For example, the average rate for a finished recording that is one to two minutes long is $325.
Other Helpful Information: This may be a great side hustle (and a profitable side hustle) if you’re an introvert. Consider buying your own high-quality recording equipment so you can record voiceover work from your own home.
Getting Started: Research transcription software options, such as Trint, Descript, and Express Scribe. Choose one that you’re most comfortable with. Consider getting training and a certification from the Transcription Certification Institute or a similar organization. Look for clients on Upwork and Fiverr. Your accounting clients might also need transcription services.
Potential Earnings: On average, freelance transcriptionists charge between $0.75 to $1.50 per minute of audio transcribed. Others may charge hourly rates, usually charging between $15 and $30.
Other Helpful Information: Promoting the fact that you have accounting and bookkeeping experience could help you find clients who need assistance transcribing audio that includes industry jargon.
43. Lesson Plan Writing
Getting Started: Consider taking classes on lesson plan design and education in general. Create a portfolio of lesson plans for accounting, bookkeeping, and math classes. Sell lesson plans on online platforms such as Teachers Pay Teachers and Edmentum. Network with teachers and build a client list so you can get paid to create custom lesson plans.
Potential Earnings: Prices for lesson plans on platforms like Teachers Pay Teachers can vary. A basic one-sheet lesson plan may sell for $2 to $3. A lesson bundle may be priced at $20 to $30. Your earnings will depend on how many sales you make.
Other Helpful Information: Side hustlers like you may have multiple side gigs. If you also substitute teach, this could help you find customers to purchase your lesson plans.
44. Exam Proctoring
Getting Started: Contact colleges and other educational institutions in your area to learn what the requirements are for becoming a test proctor. Based on the feedback you receive, take any extra steps you need to take to become an exam proctor. This may involve earning a certification. Create a resume and apply to proctoring jobs.
Potential Earnings: Proctoring gigs often pay between $15 and $20 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: The fact that you’re an accountant could help you get work as a CPA exam proctor.
45. Online Test Grading
Getting Started: Apply for online test grading jobs through such companies and platforms as Measurement, Inc., Pearson, ETS, and Write Score.
Potential Earnings: Online test grading gigs may pay between $10 and $13 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: When applying for jobs, make it clear you’re an accountant and bookkeeper. This will help you stand out among other applicants.
46. Mobile Notary Services
Getting Started: Research the requirements for becoming a notary public in your state. Complete an educational course. Although there are exceptions, many states require this. Pass the exam, buy notary bond insurance, and submit your application. Take the oath of office. Contact real estate agents, bankers, and other professionals that need notary services to close their transacgtions to offer your services.
Potential Earnings: You may earn between $75 and $200 per signing as a notary public.
Other Helpful Information: Buy tools like an embosser and a stamp to prepare for signings.
47. Personal Shopping
Getting Started: Make a list of niches you’re familiar with as a consumer, such as luxury fashion. Create a website to highlight your services as a personal shopper. Pitch your services to potential clients.
Potential Earnings: The average personal shopper in the U.S. earns about $15 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: Earning a certification through the Association of Image Consultants International can help you establish your business as trustworthy.
Getting Started: Research what types of items other carpenters sell on Etsy and through their own websites to determine what types of items are most popular. Buy all the tools you’ll need and set aside space for your carpentry projects. Create various items and sell them through Etsy, your website, and other such platforms.
Potential Earnings: Earnings can vary depending on what you sell. A cabinet could sell for a couple hundred dollars. If you create large pieces of furniture, you could sell them for thousands.
Other Helpful Information: Increase your earnings by offering to create custom products instead of only selling your pre-made items.
49. Participate in Studies
Getting Started: Create an account for User Interviews, a platform that connects researchers with potential study participants. Check the websites and social media accounts of individual departments at nearby universities to find studies to participate in.
Potential Earnings: Some studies don’t pay anything to participants, so it’s important to sort through your options. Those that do pay tend to offer no more than a few hundred dollars (at a maximum) to participants.
Other Helpful Information: When you participate in a study, let the researchers know they can refer you to any peers of theirs who also need study participants.
50. Reselling Old Books
Getting Started: Gather any old books you may have and take pictures of them. Visit library book sales to purchase bulk quantities of old books at a very low cost. Sell old books to used bookstores.
Potential Earnings: When reselling old books, you may charge about $2 for a paperback book and $3 for a hardcover book.
Other Helpful Information: Create a PangoBooks account to sell used books online via an app.
51. Start a Handyman Service
Getting Started: Start an LLC to protect yourself and establish your business’ credibility. Buy handyman insurance. Research the laws for operating a handyman services business in your state. Determine what services you’ll offer. Market your services through a website and ads in local publications.
Potential Earnings: The average rate for handyman services is between $60 and $75 per hour.
Other Helpful Information: Pitch your services directly to both residential and commercial clients to begin developing your reputation.
As an accountant, you likely have certain skills, such as being organized and good with numbers. You may also be looking for the type of side hustle that involves working on your own instead of with others. These examples prove there are plenty of options to choose from!
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