Cash from the Spare Room!

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Got a spare room? Earn up to £7500 per year tax free.
Find out more on 20th February at 5:30 pm in the Village Hall.

Book yourself a place on this 2 hour session which will look into how Airbnb and other platforms can be a brilliant way to make cash out of your spare room. The Government's Rent a Room Scheme lets you earn up to £7,500 per year tax-free from letting out a bedroom in your home. This session will show you ways you can maximise income from your home and how it can help your local community.

The cost for attendance is £5 and you can book your place here

Alternatively telephone Somerset Business Agency on Tel: 01458 254331 or
email contact@somersetbusinessagency.org

Refreshments will be available. This session is being supported by your Parish Council to encourage enterprise in Curry Rivel.

About Somerset Business Agency, based in Langport at The Great Bow Wharf operates on a not-for-profit basis. We provide advice, guidance and support to individuals, micro businesses and start-ups as well as those businesses looking to grow.

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