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I Start Earning Money For Myself From Monday.

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Like many others, my combined rent and tax is equal to 50% of my wages, so From Monday everything I earn is mine.

I now have some motivation to start doing some work instead of browsing HPC. :unsure:

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Like many others, my combined rent and tax is equal to 50% of my wages, so From Monday everything I earn is mine.

I now have some motivation to start doing some work instead of browsing HPC. :unsure:

have you taken into account:

VAT

fuel duty.

import duty.

council tax

business rates.

car tax.

stamp duty averages out over a working life

potential death duties averaged out over a working life.

student grant payments

council car park charges

parking fines

speeding tickets.

toll roads and bridges

inflation.

tax on savings.

KEEP WORKING I SUSPECT YOU HAVE A FEW MORE WEEKS TO GO !!!!

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have you taken into account:

VAT

fuel duty.

import duty.

council tax

business rates.

car tax.

stamp duty averages out over a working life

potential death duties averaged out over a working life.

student grant payments

council car park charges

parking fines

speeding tickets.

toll roads and bridges

inflation.

tax on savings.

KEEP WORKING I SUSPECT YOU HAVE A FEW MORE WEEKS TO GO !!!!

Plus both sides of NI.

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have you taken into account:

VAT

fuel duty.

import duty.

council tax

business rates.

car tax.

stamp duty averages out over a working life

potential death duties averaged out over a working life.

student grant payments

council car park charges

parking fines

speeding tickets.

toll roads and bridges

inflation.

tax on savings.

KEEP WORKING I SUSPECT YOU HAVE A FEW MORE WEEKS TO GO !!!!

Also have you taken inflation into account, that's going up every month, bet your wages aren't.

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Also have you taken inflation into account, that's going up every month, bet your wages aren't.

dont forget air like taxes...want to leave...pay up....need a passport....pay up.

TAX TAX TAX.

who wants to stay in the UK?

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Like many others, my combined rent and tax is equal to 50% of my wages, so From Monday everything I earn is mine.

I now have some motivation to start doing some work instead of browsing HPC. :unsure:

Good for you and good luck!

I recently added to my small income, by becoming a Forex trader, as well as crappy websites but it wasn't easy. Quite a steep learning curve. I aim for 2:1 profits and a mere 30-40 pips a day over four currency pairs which I follow like a hawk.

The hardest 'easy' money I've ever made, but at least its tax free.

If you can't beat them, join them. :P

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anyone got a link to a website that counts down to the first 'earn for yourself day' for the UK? I feel like sharing it amongst less clued in friends still stuck in the UK - and pointing them at HPC won't work as you have to have a certain degree of financial acumen and tin hattedness to get past the first page.

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Good for you and good luck!

I recently added to my small income, by becoming a Forex trader, as well as crappy websites but it wasn't easy. Quite a steep learning curve. I aim for 2:1 profits and a mere 30-40 pips a day over four currency pairs which I follow like a hawk.

The hardest 'easy' money I've ever made, but at least its tax free.

If you can't beat them, join them. :P

You are playing a zero sum game. Hoping to profit 30 - 40bps a day is a lot. You may also have had some beginner's luck. Please don't put too much risk on the table if you are not an experienced trader. The FX market can be very cruel to beginners. It can suck you in, flatter you and then rob you blind.

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yip...forgot that one...companies n.i....another 12%tax, or whatever it is.

this country is sick.

Never been self employed (though might be soon) but dont you only pay a couple of quid a week flat rate NI?

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/working/intro/class2.htm

Class 2 National Insurance - how much you pay

You pay Class 2 National Insurance contributions at a flat rate of £2.70 a week. However, if your earnings are below £5,725 per year (2013-14) you might not need to pay - see 'Exceptions to paying Class 2 National Insurance contributions' below.

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Like many others, my combined rent and tax is equal to 50% of my wages, so From Monday everything I earn is mine.

I now have some motivation to start doing some work instead of browsing HPC. :unsure:

food and heating ? or do you bypass the meter and rob the local farm fields.

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Good for you and good luck!

I recently added to my small income, by becoming a Forex trader, as well as crappy websites but it wasn't easy. Quite a steep learning curve. I aim for 2:1 profits and a mere 30-40 pips a day over four currency pairs which I follow like a hawk.

The hardest 'easy' money I've ever made, but at least its tax free.

If you can't beat them, join them. :P

I'm a Forex guy too. Had a whale of a time shorting Gold lately.

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