Having a disability can bring a lot of costs along with it and it can seem difficult to make the money you need.
But there are lots of ways that you can make money and save money, whatever your situation, wherever you are. Whether you’re stuck at home, or have difficulty concentrating or you’re busy caring for someone else, there are lots of ways you can free up some extra cash to keep you all going.
The top consumer website MoneyMagpie.com shows you how you can save money day-to-day and make extra money to have some of the luxuries in life.
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Read articles written specially for people with disabilities including how to get the disability benefits you deserve, help for carers, celebrities with disabilities and how to make money if you have suddenly become disabled.
Find out all sorts of ways to make money on the side, even if you can’t get out of the house. See just how many interesting money-makers we have here.
Find out how you can save money on food and bills, on day-to-day living and lots more.
Take part in great competitions and freebies available every day.
Watch videos about how you can make the most of your money.
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Founder of MoneyMagpie.com
TV financial expert and money-making guru, Jasmine Birtles founded MoneyMagpie in 2007 and it has gone from strength to strength ever since.
Jasmine is the author of 38 books, has presented programmes on BBC, ITV and Scottish TV and is a regular pundit on British and international radio and TV every week. She has columns in newspapers and magazines and gives after-dinner speeches around the world.
"It could be because their health really is getting worse from the stress of being out of work, Matthew Rutledge, a research economist at Boston College, told the paper. Or it could just be desperation — people trying to make ends meet when other safety nets just aren’t there."
“HUD (the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) alleges that Bank of America imposed unnecessary and burdensome requirements on borrowers who relied on disability income to qualify for their home loans and required some disabled borrowers to provide physician statements to qualify for home mortgage loans.”