Last edited by HollyGolightly81; 19-09-2015 at 20:48.
OP: are you planning on declaring your work and income gained from assisting the family friend?
Last edited by VicPark; 19-09-2015 at 20:50.
Well done on pulling yourself out OP. Hope things look up from now on xxx
Technically OP is not employed by this man so will be actually receiving a gift for helping out , monetary gifts don't need to be taxed or effect centrelink so It's not going to be a problem
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Please don't be concerned about me "looking over my shoulder", as I stated, this situation is a personal agreement between myself and a family friend. It is not an ongoing contract, it has so far happened once. Obviously if I could earn any extra cash I would. I am a working mum with two young children and I'm not long from coming off mat leave. My DH is working 5 days and works some Saturdays (NOT cash in hand).
This thread has been reopened with some lovely advice. Things in my personal situation, in large part, to some great advice I received on here, have improved.
Anyway, if you care to read over the thread again, most of your questions have already been explained.
You have to be kidding me!
I cleaned house for a mate when I first started working to help save for a trip, he paid me $50 a week. It never even occurred to me to declare it nor was I looking over my shoulder.
This has to be one of the biggest over reactions I've seen on BH.
Good on you OP
Last edited by NoteToSelf; 20-09-2015 at 11:07.
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