hiyaThat is a great kit! I've previously tried mystery shopping for a company , but it wasn't a great experience. I'm hoping to have the chance to do it again!
I've just written this over at the blog
It's meant as a 'starters' guide for what they need to start earning money online from home
With an iphone you will be able to do the smartphone task apps like bemyeye / roamler / field agent etc if that's what you mean.So informative! Since the laptop is pointed out as the must have no1, I was wondering if I would get away (for now) with an iPhone only? Or do the apps that were mentioned require some sort of online management too? Sorry if this is a silly question but I am litterally only just dipping my toes in just now
If you earn more than £1000 a year through self employment then yes you have to register as self employed with HMRCGreat guide
I wasn't aware of all those mystery shopping sites so I'll sign up for them. I was just wondering, does doing that sort of stuff count as an actual 'job'?
I read soemwhere that people doing mystery shopping have to register as sellf-employed or something
What is it that makes you think it is outdated? The blog post even says at the top it is updated for 2019This article is quite old now and things change fast on the internet, I wonder if it is still relevant (I mean the links especially) or if a newer article might be needed.
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