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How to toss your clutter and make money

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A potential customer takes a look at the items at Elguera's yard sale.

Chances are your basement and closet is filled with old, useless junk you don’t want anymore. These are things you don't really use, but simply can't bring yourself to throw away.

Most people are unaware of the different outlets that let you sell your things and turn out a profit, including eBay, Craigslist and sometimes even auctions. Mandy Walker, senior editor for Consumer Reports, recently wrote about the best ways to sell your stuff and she joined Take Two on Thursday to share. 


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