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Tue 24 Apr 2018

Introduction is the website for people who either work at home, or work from home.

If you are looking for help doing your school homework, then try the BBC Bitesize site.

After a year's break, the site is reinventing itself, and planning to offer:

  • Useful articles
  • Jobs
  • Book and website reviews
  • A forum
  • Case studies

It will take time to develop the site, so please bare with us.

Homeworking Jobs

Jobs from Indeed

Press coverage

  • 8 Aug 1999 BBC Breakfast TV
  • 8 Nov 1999 The Scotsman
  • 14 Feb 2000 The Times
  • 7 Mar 2000 Palm Beach Post
  • 9 Sep 2003 Guardian
  • 10 Apr 2004 Telegraph
  • 16 Nov 2006 Independent
  • 9 Feb 2011 Guardian

Also: Sky Digital Money

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Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert

This post has the kind of title that makes you think it's either a scam, or at some poiint there is going to be an invitation to purchase a book, with no indication of what you are really buying. Fortunately the source is the highly reputable and popular website,, penned by money saving guru Martin Lewis.

Here is a summary of the tips:



  1. Free £150+ for switching to a better bank account
  2. Make £1,500+ as a serial bank-account switcher
  3. Get PAID to walk...
  4. Free £100 Amazon/M&S voucher within 3 months
  5. Switched energy in last 6 years? Get £100s back in minutes
  6. Find £100s of lost Tesco vouchers
  7. Bank with Nationwide? Get £100 for you and a friend
  8. Flog old wedding gowns - for hundreds
  9. 'Asked for bank fees back on Sat, it offered £2,000 on Monday'
  10. £25ish/month to watch vids & play games
  11. Get PAID £10 to check your credit file(s)
  12. Check shops' prices & get paid to scan shopping receipts
  13. Got a credit card and always repay in full? Make it PAY YOU
  14. Flog stuff you never use for £100s


Source: "14 ways to make quick cash", (20 July 2016)