In The Sims 4, the life of your Sim can get a lot easier if they have more money available. The more money that you have available to your Sims, the better items you can place in their home, which means you do not need to sleep as long as you do not take a bath until you have more fun with your PC which gives you more time to do the necessary stuff. I know it’s quick and easy to use money cheats for this game, but that ruins the game and takes away the fun in my opinion.
If you want to have lasting fun in this game, you have to earn your Simoleons hard way. Well, technically I’ll show you how to make money the easiest way possible from The Sims 4 video game.
Painting a cash cow. I’m not talking about a career in art; I’m talking about creating pictures in an easel for your sims.
When you have finished drawing, you can choose to sell it to a collector for a small amount at first. Usually it is the beginning of many more (or sometimes more) than what it would cost to paint it, but because your SIM gets better, so you will get more profits.
For example, my level 10 painting can crank of a couple of hours in the nets me an average of $500 profit from each painting.
Not only that, but he also can create a masterpiece that could net $1,500 or more. Of course, Astronaut career path could be $2k days, but the artist never left my house, and sets her own hours. If I ever buy an ability that negates the requirement to sleep, he is literally a painting plant.
Writing is another excellent cash cow, but it works a little differently.
Instead of just selling your work, how you do a painting, you do your job right residual income.
Well, you get more money you can make writing your work on a daily basis.
My writer is currently level 6 writing and making about $400 a day, even if he sleeps all day. The more he writes, the more money you have to add up.
Honestly, I think the number one spot will be writing again soon; he maxed out the skill because I get him to the point where he should never have to do anything again.
3. Add More Sims
The math here is simple. For more Sims = more money. It is especially true if you have all your Sims painting, writing, or other high-paying career paths, such as Astronaut or criminal. It does take a little more time than you have to manage them, and I tend to stay in one of the three. When you hit the four it starts to get a little hairy, but manageable.
If you add more Sims, you’ll want to add a few computers and Easels, but it’s worth the investment. You have plenty of suggestions for making easy money. Leave me a comment below and let me know.