Where to find extra money to cover the cost of RBA interest rate rise?

The anwser is so simple – at your home! I don’t mean you have to search the dropped pennies underneath your bed and sofa. What you should do is to sell unused or unwanted items from around the home on eBay!

A recent survey found more than a third of Australians are planning on reducing their cost of living in the face of growing monthly expenses, which they expect to increase to. Australians who planned on cutting back their monthly expenses said restaurants and concerts (84%) would be the first area they would tighten their spending, followed by personal expenses such as clothes, shoes and beauty products (80%) and groceries (52%).

The thing is rather than cutting out life’s pleasures to cope with increased expenses, selling unused or unwanted items on eBay is easy. You can do it from the comfort of your own home at your convenience.

Recent eBay survey reveals that nearly everyone has unused items lying around the house, including clothes and accessories (66%), home electronics (43%), and homewares (50%). This means you should be able to find something to sell on eBay anyway.

So what items you should sell? The top money-making items on eBay include:

  • Electronics
  • Clothing and accessories
  • Household items
  • Toys and baby items

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