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    22 May 2019
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    I have got 2 jobs one job is about 22 hrs and 2nd job 18hrs per week and pay rate is £10 an hr.how much tax I have to pay.
    17 May 2019
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    Hi, if both my jobs are under the pa threshold do I still have to pay 20% tax on one of them?
    16 May 2019
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    I work 12.5 hrs a week as cleaner at 8.21hr and been offered a different job doing just 3 hrs a week at 8.21 he will s second…
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