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  • hamster
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi, I currently earn 33.500 pa in my main job, ive been asked to work somewere else as a second job, will I have to pay 40%…
    24 May 2017
  • Mark M
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    To Anna B, you say cyclists take up less room than cars. Well, we are now getting told that we should give cyclists as much room as…
    20 May 2017
  • Mark M
    Re: What Does Road Tax Pay For?
    To the cyclists who say road tax doesn't pay for the roads - well, maybe it doesn't directly, but of course it will filter through.…
    20 May 2017
  • Chezza
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi I currently work full time 35 hours per week and earn £15k per year. I am thinking of taking on a second part time job but…
    18 May 2017
  • TheTaxGuide
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Mark - Your Question:Hi I have a full time job doing 42 hours a week earning 15,500 per year but want to do a 2nd job.say if…
    18 May 2017
  • Mark
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi i have a full time job doing 42 hours a week earning 15,500 per year but want to do a 2nd job.say if i earned a extra 80…
    18 May 2017
  • Yin
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Tax is all about the amount of money you've earned in a year. In a year, I mean from 5 April this year to 5 April next year,…
    18 May 2017
  • Tami
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi! I am a full-time student and have a part time job during term time, with variable hours depending on if its exam period…
    12 May 2017
  • ANON
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    Hi, If I earn 17k per year and take on an evening job 6hrs per week. What tax will I pay and how will this affect my normal…
    12 May 2017
  • Jules
    Re: How Will My Second Job Be Taxed?
    @Taloz - your second job will push you over the annual personal tax allowance limit. I'd speak to HMRC. It's unlikely to be…
    11 May 2017
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