Are you one of them? If so, you might be thinking about what steps to take next. For unwanted items, you typically have three options:
You can probably cross donations off the list. With tax season winding down, you’ll have to wait at least another year before you can claim any deductions, and unless the things you’re donating are highly valuable, the change in your refund will be minimal at best.
Should you toss everything? That presents challenges too. Sure, the items will be out of your house, but anything that’s left in a landfill will take decades (and probably even longer) to decompose, not to mention the negative effects items like plastic and other man-made materials have on the environment.
Yard or garage sale then, right? If you have plenty of free time on your hands, go for it! However, if you’re like most people and are already stretched thin, even a small sale can be a big undertaking. Think about it: you have to sort through everything, price it, display it, and then publish ads in the newspaper just to get people to stop by.
Here at Hawaii Gold Buyers Inc., we have a fourth and final option: trade in your valuables with us! There’s no preparation, haggling, or hassles. Simply stop in with your unwanted things, and we’ll provide you with payouts based on the spot prices of the day. It’s that easy!