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How to Decide Where to Sell Your Stuff

Posted: April 21, 2015

by Jeremiah Tucker

The best part of a thorough spring cleaning is the purge. The feeling of scouring the house from the basement to the attic, and ridding yourself of all your unnecessary stuff is akin to an existential weight being lifted.

But what's even better than existential lightness? Making some extra money in the process.

Now you could haul all of that unwanted stuff to Goodwill, Habitat Restore, or a similar charity and take the tax deduction. But if you want to make some cash, but you're not sure how or where to sell all your stuff, just follow this handy decision-making flowchart.

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