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    This is the human services site with some info. I also need to find out how you prove work hours as i have a small business, just making cakes for a local cafe and made to order, so i dont have pay slips as such???Screenshot_20190216-085031_Samsung%20Internet.jpgScreenshot_20190216-085039_Samsung%20Internet.jpgScreenshot_20190216-085051_Samsung%20Internet.jpg
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    I claimed the PPL. I didn't have to prove anything. I had some casual hours from one employer and the rest was from a market stall and house cleaning. I just wrote out an estimate of the hours worked and it got approved. No pay slips or anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseMay View Post
    I claimed the PPL. I didn't have to prove anything. I had some casual hours from one employer and the rest was from a market stall and house cleaning. I just wrote out an estimate of the hours worked and it got approved. No pay slips or anything.
    This is really helpful. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoseMay View Post
    I claimed the PPL. I didn't have to prove anything. I had some casual hours from one employer and the rest was from a market stall and house cleaning. I just wrote out an estimate of the hours worked and it got approved. No pay slips or anything.
    Thanks. That's helpful!


 

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