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Making money from home – quick tips and tricks to help boost cash quickly

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Got some extra time on your hands during lockdown, and want to spend that time productively? Despite being potentially locked indoors, there are a bunch of different things that you can try to put some extra cash in your back pocket each month.

For those that need some inspiration on ways to save up and make some extra money from home, take a look at this quick guide, giving you some tips and tricks to help boost cash quickly.

 

Clearing out your clutter

Many of us are working from home at the moment, trying to make do with the space that we have and build our own successful work-from-home setups to get the job done as best as possible. Why not make it a little bit easier for ourselves then, and get rid of some of the clutter that might be taking up unnecessary space? Not only have studies shown that a clearer workspace can aid with focus and concentration, with there being less things to distract, but clearing out old stuff that you no longer have a use for can also bag you some extra cash, that can then be funneled back into either savings, or upgrading your home office situation.

With apps like eBay, Gumtree, and even Facebook’s marketplace, it’s easier than ever to sell old furniture and electronics online. All you need to do is download the respective app on your smartphone, take a few decent pictures and add some descriptions, and away you go. If you’re fashion-savvy, many people also use apps like Depop to sell on old clothes, with some people making a fortune from curating their own personal stores to resell old stuff.

 

Investing for your future

If investment is something that you’re interested in, but haven’t seriously considered before, then what better time than now to start learning about the different ins-and-outs if you’ve got a little bit more time on your hands. The internet offers up a wealth of incredible guides, videos and podcasts on the sorts of things to consider if you’re interested in investing some of your capital, and there is plenty that can help you providing you look in the right places and ensure that you only make the decisions that are right for you. Remember, only you know your personal financial situation, and so shouldn’t always take the advice of others as bond. If you need financial aid or assistance before going ahead and committing to an investment portfolio, perhaps consider contacting a financial advisor.

If you have a larger amount of capital available to safely invest, you might decide to put it into something more substantial, such as property investment, for example. If this is the case, or you’re simply interested in the different developing property investment markets and want to find out more, UK-based firm RWinvest have a ton of informative content that you can jump into, from the best cities around the UK to look into currently – factoring in key things such as student populations and growing regeneration projects – to fully available VR tours of areas close by to featured properties they offer. These different workarounds are just one example of the sorts of solutions that companies are coming up with in lockdown in order to offer viable means to invest in the fall – you just have to know where to look.


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