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yay :)

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banned6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
i have had a good day at work. (for once)

i got a phone call this morning saying if i can come in. Once in i find out that im getting sunday premium and over time. This mean instead of £6 an hour i managed to get £13.50 an hour i was so happy :)
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banned6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
in b4 cool story bro.
#2
cool story bro. Oops to late.

Where do you work?
banned#3
Thanks everyone :) i work at morrisons :(:|
#4
I'm thrilled.
#5
It's all good, always nice to earn some extra £££££££
#6
£3.50 of that £13.50 per hour will go on tax - still 10 quid a hour not bad
#7
Disco
£3.50 of that £13.50 per hour will go on tax - still 10 quid a hour not bad


Not if they earn under the threshold for the year.
banned#8
Disco
£3.50 of that £13.50 per hour will go on tax - still 10 quid a hour not bad

ah but im still in education therefore i do not need to pay tax. As my contract hours are only 10.5 hours a week aswell

Edited By: riteondeals on Sep 26, 2010 19:45: .
#9
dcx_badass
You earn £6 an hour and have to possibly work weekends. Living the dream you are.

Tool.
1 Like #10
i used to love the feeling of working weekends for Double-time......Saleried now and its a bummer
#11
riteondeals
ah but im still in education therefore i do not need to pay tax.

Who told you that?
#12
DAMNOME
riteondeals
ah but im still in education therefore i do not need to pay tax.


Who told you that?


He's only getting £6 an hour and working 10.5 hours a week, that's only £3276 a year... way below the threshold.
#13
riteondeals
ah but im still in education therefore i do not need to pay tax.

you only avoid paying tax if it is a summer job, so if you do a load of extra hours over the next few months you will pay tax
banned#14
yh aslong as its under £6200

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