I started an easy side hustle renting out my unused driveway and made £480 in seconds – it took no effort

A WOMAN has revealed her side hustle that makes her money in seconds and with little effort, a whopping £480.

TikTok user @budgetjonesdiary took to the social media site and shared that renting out her driveway is an easy way to make money.



The “budget beast” revealed how she made easy money with her part-time jobPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@budgetjonesdiary_

In a short clip, the savvy “budget beast” said over some caption: “Renting my driveway has made me £480 a year.”

At the end, she added, “Incredible.”

In another related post, she also shared her four rules she lived by as a part-time worker.

First, she said it’s important to have a separate bank account for any side hustle income.

She said the biggest mistake she sees is people just messing up all their transactions, which then makes things “too complicated” to sort out at the end of the tax year.

Her second tip was to regularly track your income and expenses. This helps your cash flow and also allows you to see what you’re doing well and where things could be improved.

The third tip was to “stay organized”.

She said she has a Google Drive where she saves all her bills and receipts and that helps keep administrative work to a minimum, be it daily or weekly.

In conclusion, she said you should make sure you set aside money for the tax.

She advised using a different pot and putting some money aside when depositing money into the business account.

This not only saves you a lot of trouble at the end of the tax year, but also prevents nasty surprises.

A similar side hustle was revealed by Brighton resident Joe Gorham. Sussexwho said he made extra income by renting out extra parking space in his driveway.

The smart TikToker says she makes £480 renting out her driveway


The smart TikToker says she makes £480 renting out her drivewayPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@budgetjonesdiary_

Alley Einstein

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