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    if someone gets paid

    cash in hand, should they still be taxed and NI tax?

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    Depends on if you declare it. A friend of mine, a tennis coach, gets paid this way, but hs to declare his earnings.

    Predikuesi;3745968

    Depends on if you declare it. A friend of mine, a tennis coach, gets paid … Depends on if you declare it. A friend of mine, a tennis coach, gets paid this way, but hs to declare his earnings.



    sounds like a bit of a racket to me:whistling:

    maybe, maybe not!

    skusey;3745990

    sounds like a bit of a racket to me:whistling:



    Awesome still chuckling to myself :giggle:

    All income should be declared whether taxable or exempt.

    skusey;3745990

    sounds like a bit of a racket to me:whistling:



    Yes, but he still has to declare his net earnings though. He has to be on the ball at all times.

    Predikuesi;3746021

    Yes, but he still has to declare his net earnings though. He has to be on … Yes, but he still has to declare his net earnings though. He has to be on the ball at all times.


    Straight down the line?
    could be a double act-Laurel and Hardy perhaps?

    Stop It!

    raptorcigs;3746085

    Stop It!



    The correct term is "fault".

    It will Serve him right if he ends up in Court,

    All things followed legally then the answer to your questions is yes, they should be getting taxed and paying NI on it.

    But if I was getting paid cash for work then I wouldnt declare it. :thumbsup:

    cash in hand ftw dont paid nowt then brah.










    brb paying my taxes lol
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