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I just saw a clip from a BBC programme in the UK, about a woman jailed for not paying her council tax. For 50 days. In what world does that make sense? While she is in jail, she has zero chance of earning any income. When she gets out she will have a criminal record which will limit her chances of getting work in the future as some employers will automatically disqualify her. Her debt will continue to be unpaid, but the government will have spent thousands in sending her to court and keeping in prison for those 50 days.
Work for employers part-time or full-time from home. Some companies even give you paid holidays and benefits.
Work for one or many clients - choose your own projects and decide how many hours you want to work.
Run one or many online and offline businesses from home. Do the work yourself or outsource the work to others.