21 ways to make money
Taxes and prices are rising but salaries generally aren't - so here are ways to put more cash in your pocket regardless of what the boss is paying.
Peter Byrne - PA
You don't need to get a new job or even a payrise to make some more cash. In fact, there are many enjoyable ways (some of which are tax free) to boost your cashflow without you resorting to pulling pints or stacking shelves. So take a look at our 21 ideas for making more money.
If people need money, they have none left to invest. my stuff got sold, long ago, renting out your garden For camping, IDIOT what about the licenses, (if you have a garden) supply of water, shower facilities, toilets, let alone the health and safety issues
online surveys, no money in it
Rent out your attic, (if you have one) what about the constant access through your property, getting arrested for harbouring stolen goods, sub letting.
GET REAL MUPPET
mobile phones are being brought by there millions why??
what is the richest country in the world at the moment? Dubai? USA? nope japan + china why you ask they have billions of old electrical goods sat in land fills and same againg in old mobile phones, so lots of old crap yeh? nope they are full of gold, platnium, silver ect ect they are working at the moment a way how to extract it out of billions of goods and soon as they do they will own more than 3 times the wordld welth in gold alone. thats why they want your mobile's ;)
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