Why I stopped declaring my income *

When I started my blog it was to ensure that I could share my information with people about how you can make and save money by using the internet. I have wrote about my favourite survey websites, listed my cashouts, ways to save for Christmas and even how I made £15,000 in just 4 months from matched betting. These are all popular posts that have helped people, and I don’t intend on stopping posting such posts. However, I’ve recently stopped declaring my income, in specific terms at least. Today I want to share with you why.

Why I stopped declaring my income

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GlobalTestMarket – One of my favourite survey sites

GlobalTestMarket is a survey company that I love to use regularly. They are one of the most prolific survey websites for me. This is my GlobalTestMarket review where you can find out how much I make & how you can join for free.

GlobalTestMarket - paid surveys

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Roamler

Over the last year, in particular, I have started to use a wide variety of different mobile apps. These allow me to earn money in a number of different ways. Variety is definitely the spice of life and I like lots of small revenue streams throughout the year. This means that if a company disappears, without paying me, that I don’t feel the pinch so much. It is also means that I usually have something coming in during the week every week. I like to use Roamler from time to time. Today I’m going to tell you more about Roamler and where you can find a Roamler invite code.

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Prolific Academic Update – Find out just how I’m getting on!

I first wrote about Prolific Academic back in February 2015. I have grown to love Prolific Academic and most of their studies are fantastic. If you want to sign up you can do so *here. I thought it was about time I gave my readers a Prolific Academic update.

Prolific Academic update

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Opinium Research

Today I am going to talk to you about Opinium Research. They are a survey company I have been a member of for several months. I like to wait, mostly, until I have had a cashout. This means I am speaking from personal experience when I recommend a company.

I am always on the lookout for a new survey company. I spend a lot of time on the phone, and otherwise engaged, and surveys suit me very well. If I am on the phone, on hold, I can complete questions on a survey. This requires minimal effort and I can stop and start the surveys as my time allows. Most surveys do not have a time limit on them and I find them straight forward.

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