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    • mjane
    • By mjane 14th Sep 17, 2:14 PM
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    Payslip for worker not employee
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    • 14th Sep 17, 2:14 PM
    Payslip for worker not employee 14th Sep 17 at 2:14 PM
    i am classed as a worker, cash in hand £50pw but is a permanent position.

    i need payslips for my mortgage renewal but as im not on the payroll as an employee can my boss still give me a payslip showing my wage?

    I only ask as i earn below the thesh-hold, so NI & tax is unnecessary
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    • glentoran99
    • By glentoran99 14th Sep 17, 2:27 PM
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    • 14th Sep 17, 2:27 PM
    i am classed as a worker, cash in hand £50pw but is a permanent position.

    i need payslips for my mortgage renewal but as im not on the payroll as an employee can my boss still give me a payslip showing my wage?

    I only ask as i earn below the thesh-hold, so NI & tax is unnecessary
    Originally posted by mjane


    Hes paying you off the books, you are both breaking the law
    • agrinnall
    • By agrinnall 14th Sep 17, 5:55 PM
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    • 14th Sep 17, 5:55 PM
    What value mortgage are you renewing if an income of £2,600 a year is vital?
    • phill99
    • By phill99 14th Sep 17, 8:31 PM
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    • 14th Sep 17, 8:31 PM
    Get another job for God sake. learn to have some self respect.
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    • anamenottaken
    • By anamenottaken 14th Sep 17, 9:21 PM
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    • 14th Sep 17, 9:21 PM
    Hes paying you off the books, you are both breaking the law
    Originally posted by glentoran99

    How do you know?

    £50/week would be OK if it were a few hours a week. The OP didn't say how much time they spent on this job.

    I wonder what the OP meant by "permanent" and "worker". I would expect that if they are actually permanent then they would be an employee. A worker would be casual, even if they worked fairly regularly.

    Paying so little means not having to report every pay period but they should still be keeping records and providing payslips.
    • Savvy_Sue
    • By Savvy_Sue 15th Sep 17, 1:42 AM
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    • 15th Sep 17, 1:42 AM
    If you're a 'worker', you're entitled to a payslip.
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    • glentoran99
    • By glentoran99 15th Sep 17, 8:21 AM
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    • 15th Sep 17, 8:21 AM
    How do you know?

    £50/week would be OK if it were a few hours a week. The OP didn't say how much time they spent on this job.

    I wonder what the OP meant by "permanent" and "worker". I would expect that if they are actually permanent then they would be an employee. A worker would be casual, even if they worked fairly regularly.

    Paying so little means not having to report every pay period but they should still be keeping records and providing payslips.
    Originally posted by anamenottaken
    She stated shes not on the payoll.
    • Alter ego
    • By Alter ego 15th Sep 17, 8:29 AM
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    If you are not being taxed on PAYE (even if tax due is zero) You must submit a self assessment to HMRC>
    Ignore me if you like, it's not the real me anyway.
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