TheChizler Registered User
Only if you're on the higher rate of tax. OP nobody can tell you how much tax you'll pay on a second income, it depends on your entire income and relief situation.
That avoids the commission and different than what the poster suggested
We pay for many services using cash only. Taxi, trades etc
It’s not our job to enforce revenues requirements on the person receiving the cash.
In this case the op and poster are talking about being the recipient not the person paying out the cash which is different.
Sleeper12 Registered User
Not as savvy as she thinks. Renting a room in your own home the lodger has zero rights and no notice is required
I'm only quoting you because you didn't give an official mod warning
Ted is correct the post he quoted was suggesting tax evasion.