Build a profile, place offers on tasks, then get hired and paid; that’s Airtasker in a nutshell. Whether you’re helping people move furniture, redesign their website, or walk their dog, your skills are in demand, so why not use them to make a bit of extra cash?
Like other platforms in the sharing economy – Uber, Airbnb , Parkhound, and Upwork – a supplemented income isn’t the only advantage of Airtasker. It’s flexible too; you can schedule jobs around other work or family commitments, and you can choose the tasks and terms you want.
Because Airtasker is often a side gig to your full-time or part-time employment, the issue of whether you need to pay tax on the money you earn can be a little grey. So, what’s the deal?