The Money Shed Presents : The Beginners Guide to Earning Online Toolkit

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That 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!
 

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That 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!
hiya

Sorry to hear you didn't have a great experience!

Do you have any idea which companies you are looking to apply for?
 

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I have a question.. I know you can earn up to £1000 before you have to claim as self employed and tell the tax man to pay tax etc.. But do you have to tell anyone else such as tax credits/universal credits etc, about any extra income even if its say only £20 a month? I'm still new to this and I don't want to unknowingly get myself in to trouble and end up paying a fine or something.
 

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I've just written this over at the blog


http://blog.themoneyshed.co.uk/working-from-home-toolkit/


It's meant as a 'starters' guide for what they need to start earning money online from home

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 :D
 

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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 :D
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.

As for the likes of high paying stuff like Web Search Evaluator work or Matched Betting etc you will need a laptop
 

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Great guide :D

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 somewhere that people doing mystery shopping have to register as sellf-employed or something
 
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Great guide :D

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
If you earn more than £1000 a year through self employment then yes you have to register as self employed with HMRC
 

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Wow! I didn't realise there were so many opportunities out there! Fab info :)
 

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