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Hiya, I joined a company called Forever Living Products. Am classed as self employed, so will be sending my tax return in at the end of the 12 months.
Have a quick look at my website to see the products etc. http://www.nicolasimpson.myflpbiz.com
Good luck Nickie. x
Thanks for that
i used to do kleeneze and was classed as self employed, so i could claim tax credits (as a single parent).
i paid voluntary N.I contribtions, about 35pound a quarter. this later entitled me to claim maternity allowance.
i filled in a tax return each year. earnings were crap though!!
as for tax credits, you just tell them what you earn on your annual declaration , as a self employed person. they work out your award from that.
Is anyone here an Avon rep (or betterware, kleeneze etc) and also claiming tax credits and any other benefits? I know some people don't declare it, but I am going to. I read somewhere that becuase it's commission based and therefore not a reglaur income, you have to send in your paperwork every 6 months for them to work out your earnings and go from there?
I know I won't pay tax becuase expected earnings are below £5000 a year but I am wondering how it may affect things? I won't earn much, so I think it's just a formaility things rather than the fact that I will lose much in terms of tax credits, and so on (I hope) we get 60p a week council tax benefit (lol) but still, we get it so I can't risk not declaring Avon when I start back with it.
Thanks so much in advance for any help
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