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Thread: Paid woodwork projects to fill spare time - liable to income tax?
01/06/2018 11:05:35
Posted by Dave Gibbons on 26/05/2018 16:08:13:

Yes you are liable for tax on any earned income

Posted by John Baddeley on 31/05/2018 23:53:27:

I agree with Dave, you're liable. Sorry!

A shame, but expected. Any ideas how I go about paying tax on it? Forms I need to do, good tips etc.

Thanks for the replies also Dave and John

23/05/2018 14:36:53

That link didn't work, my apologies. Here it is again: www.income-tax.co.uk

21/05/2018 13:57:07

Hi! I'm in a weird situation - I've temporarily had to come down to part time work as while the company I work at goes into administration (help keep costs down - I work hourly) and I have been doing some paid woodwork projects in my garage/workshop to help keep my income up so I can afford to live (haven't had to break into savings yet but my wallet keeps getting tighter!). I was wondering if these will count as taxable income like (what's left of) my job and the like - I've looked at this tax calculator (www.income-tax.co.uk/) but can't work it out myself, so was hoping someone here could help me out before I go insane lol.

Thanks in advance!

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