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bg1: employment questions

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6y, 1w agoPosted 6 years, 1 week ago
1) how much ph/salary do you think is okay for a entry level job.

2)if you have never had a job before and get one, is it true you pay £0 tax untill you have earned over £6000 for the year

thanks.
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6y, 1w agoPosted 6 years, 1 week ago
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#1
£6/7 per hour is fairly standard i think, depends on the sector i suppose

You will be taxed but you will be entitled to clame it back
#2
1. Voluntary (if its a career you're starting, minimum wage if just a part time etc job)

2. You will probably be put on emergency tax but can claim it back once your permanent tax code is sorted

Edited By: roryk83 on Nov 24, 2010 00:51
#3
1. Voluntary (if its a career you're starting, minimum wage if just a part time etc job)

is that like 5.50~
#4
black gerbil1
1. Voluntary (if its a career you're starting, minimum wage if just a part time etc job)

is that like 5.50~


There are different levels of NMW, depending on your age and whether you are an apprentice. The current rates are:

* £5.93 - the main rate for workers aged 21 and over
* £4.92 - the 18-20 rate
* £3.64 - the 16-17 rate for workers above school leaving age but under 18
* £2.50 - the apprentice rate, for apprentices under 19 or 19 or over and in the first year of their apprenticeship
#5
black gerbil1
1. Voluntary (if its a career you're starting, minimum wage if just a part time etc job)

is that like 5.50~


18-20 - £4.92

21+ - £5.93
#6
so the job earns 20k a year, if its been two months and you have earned say 4k, you can still claim the tax back?
#7
black gerbil1
so the job earns 20k a year, if its been two months and you have earned say 4k, you can still claim the tax back?


They average it out.
So if you were to finish the job, and not get another in the financial year, you could claim the tax back.

You don't earn money, and then start paying tax once you've reached the threshold.
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thesaint
black gerbil1
so the job earns 20k a year, if its been two months and you have earned say 4k, you can still claim the tax back?


They average it out.
So if you were to finish the job, and not get another in the financial year, you could claim the tax back.

You don't earn money, and then start paying tax once you've reached the threshold.

the good ole government screwing everyone over as usual. I guess if I claimed it back, id get at then of a financial year then?
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black gerbil1
thesaint
black gerbil1
so the job earns 20k a year, if its been two months and you have earned say 4k, you can still claim the tax back?


They average it out.
So if you were to finish the job, and not get another in the financial year, you could claim the tax back.

You don't earn money, and then start paying tax once you've reached the threshold.

the good ole government screwing everyone over as usual. I guess if I claimed it back, id get at then of a financial year then?


"I"

Do you mean this menial low paid job isn't for a friend and you have no others earnings in this financial year?

Shirley thats a mistook.
banned#10
BG1... Don't get out of bed for less than £10 an hour brah.
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black gerbil1
thesaint
black gerbil1
so the job earns 20k a year, if its been two months and you have earned say 4k, you can still claim the tax back?

it was a figure of speak.

They average it out.
So if you were to finish the job, and not get another in the financial year, you could claim the tax back.

You don't earn money, and then start paying tax once you've reached the threshold.

the good ole government screwing everyone over as usual. I guess if I claimed it back, id get at then of a financial year then?


"I"

Do you mean this menial low paid job isn't for a friend and you have no others earnings in this financial year?

Shirley thats a mistook.

it was a figure of speak.
vibeone
BG1... Don't get out of bed for less than £10 an hour brah.

add another two zeroes on it and you got me.

Edited By: black gerbil1 on Nov 24, 2010 13:20

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