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PPI refunds: Ways to boost your income

Consumers who are currently awaiting PPI refunds may be in need of a bit of extra cash before their money comes through.

If this is the case, they may be interested in some ways to boost their income.

Ed Bowsher, head of consumer finance at, explained that there are a number of ways people can boost their finances in order to pay for things such as rising utility bills.

He said: "See if you could work as a dog walker - you could earn as much as £10 an hour. You could also flog all the stuff you have but you don’t need.

"You may do particularly well if you sell old mobile phones at sites such as Envirofone or"

Mr Bowsher's remarks follow the British Gas announcement that its gas prices will increase by 18 per cent and its electricity by 16 per cent. This price hike will come into effect on August 18th.

Samantha Clarke

Samantha is a former banking assistant and has over ten years experience in retail banking.

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