Easy Money: Ways to Earn a Little Extra Cash
a Yorkshireman with Scottish lineage, it is no surprise that I am
careful with what money I have, and always on the lookout for a little
bit more for a rainy day. Whereas the Save Money
page gives you ideas about how to make what you have go a little
further, this page looks into genuine ways to earn a little extra on
top of your normal income.
Not surprisingly, the best way to earning extra revolves around the fact that we are all consumers. This is one qualification which all of us have, and practice the skill on a daily basis. There are companies out there who are willing to pay for that experience - and some of them quite well too.
Many mystery shopping companies require you to apply in the same way you would any job, but very few will actually bother interviewing you. You are set on as an independent contractor, but most companies will pay you with tax and national insurance already deducted, so there is no worry of the tax man breathing down your neck.
There are downsides. You won't get paid if you are sick and there is no guarantee of regular work. Some jobs are quite tedious, but still require your full attention in order to answer the feedback questions. You will also be required to sign some form of confidentiality (non-disclosure) agreement, confirming you will not divulge details about the jobs you have done.
These are good ways of earning a little spending money, without any risk. So go on, take the plunge!
Article ©Darren Gibson. I do not receive any referral income from the companies listed, and their contact information is supplied as is without any guarantees that you will be offered work
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