It’s always nice to have extra spends during the holidays, meaning you can take part in more activities as a family and even go further afield on holiday. There are many ways to save up extra money, searching the internet lists many ways in which to make money from home. However if you want something that is easy to keep track of and convenient, here are some ways in which you can make money from unwanted items in your home…
Car Boot Sale
Ok, so not necessarily a way to make money from home, but car boot sales are hugely popular and a great way to sell your clutter, raise money and more importantly socialise! You actually get to see people face to face, have a little haggle and you receive the money immediately. The internet makes it very easy to find local car boot sales and information on how to sign up. Though be warned… some car boot sales require you to be there for 6am!
Sell Your Items Online
Selling your own items online is the most convenient way to make money from home. If you have lots of unwanted items, such as clothes and toys, then Ebay is a great marketplace to sell items, with the bonus being that you also create more space in your house! If you are looking to sell specific items, sites such Mazuma buy your old phones are also great resources to maximise your profit, selling jewellery online if you have unwanted or pieces of broken jewellery is easy too.
Cashback On Your Purchases
If you are making purchases online, popular sites such as TopCashBack offer cashback on purchases from companies featured on their site. There are some really great deals to be had when shopping for insurance products and larger purchases, especially holidays too, so if you are booking a summer holiday, it is well worth signing up!
Whether you are saving up for a rainy day or for a specific occasion, unused items in your home are a great source of income and it is just the excuse needed for a good, spring clean!
The payment protection insurance (PPI) scandal was uncovered over a decade ago. Although things have been relatively quiet on the PPI front for several years, the recent announcement of a PPI claims deadline has massively raised awareness and created a sense of urgency for people who are yet to claim.
Over the last six years, British banks have paid back an incredible £21.7 billion to the millions of customers who were mis-sold PPI. These policies were included with everyday financial services such as credit cards, loans, and mortgages — so there’s a very good chance you will have been mis-sold PPI too. If you have yet to claim PPI, there’s no time like the present!
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