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Make £2020 in 2020

edited 22 February 2020 at 5:05PM in Boost Your Income
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  • I_Love_compsI_Love_comps Forumite, Board Guide
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    sexymouse wrote: »
    So I have joined this challenge, but have a question already: I have some money in Swagbucks and Prolific that I obviously earned last year, but haven't cashed out. Do people include these cash-outs in this year's total or do you all start afresh from January 1st?

    Only money from this year will count
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  • mickey_mousemickey_mouse Forumite
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    Used a £6 money off voucher in Sburys
    Use up toiletries in 2020. 88
    Make £2020 in 2020. No 85. £1808.05/£2020
  • BarbedukBarbeduk Forumite
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    Ebay sale - £3.50 after postage. It's not amazing but it's a start! Have listed 10 other items today.

    Thank you to the people who recommended Zipzero and Shoppix. I now have both on my phone! The Zipzero balance is already 61p just through taking photos of the receipts in my grocery spends pile!

    I'm going to try selling some of the things I make to boost my income. This is a very frugal month for me so anything coming in is a massive bonus.
    Make £2020 in 2020 £178.81/£2020
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  • SuiDreamsSuiDreams Forumite
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    Barbeduk wrote: »
    Ebay sale - £3.50 after postage. It's not amazing but it's a start! Have listed 10 other items today.

    Thank you to the people who recommended Zipzero and Shoppix. I now have both on my phone! The Zipzero balance is already 61p just through taking photos of the receipts in my grocery spends pile!

    I'm going to try selling some of the things I make to boost my income. This is a very frugal month for me so anything coming in is a massive bonus.



    Just downloaded Shoppix yesterday, is Zipaero the same thing? can I scan the same receipts on both apps?
  • bianchigirlbianchigirl Forumite
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    Day 2: £2.30 ��

    Total made: £2.30
  • Can I join please?
  • LoveMyLifeLoveMyLife Forumite
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    #62 update.

    Two small Ebay sales yesterday and today so a little amount to start this 2020 challenge.

    £8.67 / £2020.
  • purplevamppurplevamp Forumite
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    First money of the year :j

    £3.99 ~ ebay sale

    Total = £3.99
    Mortgage: Was: £154,495 Oct 2039
    Now: £113,670.07 Dec 2037
    Swagbucks ~ £10 (2020 ~ £290)
    Surveys ~ £16.27 (2020 ~ £346.59)
    Make £2021 in 2021 #51 ~ £21.98 ~ (2020 ~ £2,535.89)

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  • edited 2 January 2020 at 10:09PM
    sexymousesexymouse Forumite
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    edited 2 January 2020 at 10:09PM
    # 4


    I'm off the starting block with £1.15 from Prolific.


    Downloaded Zipzero mentioned above (thank you for the recommendation) and have 33p pending, but won't count that until I reach a payable amount. Have also been beavering away at Swagbucks, joined PopulusLive and tried to earn some more on Crowdology, but keep getting disqualified as I'm the wrong demographic I think.
    Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
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    £997.87/£2020
  • abbe89abbe89 Forumite
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    Can you add me to the list please? I've always tried to make extra money where I can but I like the idea of a set target (although I think it may be tough!)
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