During this Covid-19 period many of us are stuck at home with time on our hands. Can we use this time productively and make a little extra cash? Here are some suggestions:
Shift some books
For book lovers losing any book is difficult. Be pragmatic: review your bookshelves and decide which books you’ll re-read or pass on to friends or family. If you’re honest, the rest are simply decoration and you can sell them. Amazon is the obvious place to register as a seller. Ensure you can post what you are offering for sale or get everything ready for when you can. https://sellercentral.amazon.co.uk/sw/SSR/R2Lv2/step/SellerInformation
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So after a long time thinking about it, I have started my matched betting journey, and my biggest inspiration is Emma at EmmaDrew.Info, so I asked her to write me a short post about top tips she has to share about Matched Betting…she’s made just under £10K, tax free from it since July 2015, so she’s worth listening to.
“I love finding ways to earn extra cash and letting others know what works and what doesn’t. Since July 2015 I have been making money tax free and risk free using a gambling loophole called matched betting and I would love to share 5 things you need to know to succeed at matched betting.
What matched betting is
The first, and most important, thing that you need to know is what matched betting is. Matched …
Vrumi is another cool ‘sharing economy’ service. It specialises in opening up your home as a workspaces during the day. The service helps hosts to earn money from the spaces that would have otherwise been idle, while guests save money on workspaces.
Now you may know that I am a sharing economy fan. I love JustPark and even invested in them. If you live near a station, hospital, airport or town centre, just rent out your parking space and you will make money.
So Vrumi does the same, but for office space at your home. They organise everything, take payment and pay you…simples. Vrumi was launched in January 2015 by Roddy Campbell and William Sieghart, who wanted to help to solve the problem for self-employed, freelancers, micro-workers and other professionals to find spaces to work …