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Getting a wageslip.


wayneypayney

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Ok just started a new window cleaning round about 6 weeks ago.

after having a few years off.

i applied for tax credits and got them.

 

now i have a letter off council saying i need to take 5 wage slips down to show them.

i dont get a wage slip as a self employed window cleaner.

 

what do i show them?

Anyone got any idea's, ime new to self employed

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Tax credits work with hmrc as long as I know and have access to earnings, register your business if you haven't yet then just ring then and you can give them your forcast earning, they will explain it's pretty simple

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typical council letter.....they think all jobs and people are the same....but register online for self employed ...its easy and then give them your figures..but most of all...dont worry..:D and good look in your future window cleaning.

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