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    Thanks! So I assume you have yourself set up as a sole trader or something like that?

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    Try upwork.com or freelancer.com - these are websites where you do freelance work based on what people have available. It's a bit slow going in the beginning, but once you have a reputation, you can make a fair bit of money doing various things. I use the sites to do proofreading and editing, but there are other things on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    Thanks! So I assume you have yourself set up as a sole trader or something like that?
    Yes you will need an abn then prove your paying your own tax etc. There is 100 odd pages of proof reading to do then 3 lots of practice testing to do which can take up to 3 hours. Then the exam which is 2/3 hours. If you fail it they will give you a second shot. If you fail that then your application is over. I've been doing it for a few months but my ds2 has been sick for the past month so I've had to pull the pin.

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    Hi RangerBaker, did you end up finding a work from home opportunity that is working for you?


 

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