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Caterham



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Child labour

just thinking about going into / setting up a child labour scheme Very Happy

basically can I pay my children to carry out a 'cosha' task of book keeping and pay them say £10 / wk. they're both under the age of 16 years.

basically what can I pay them without there being any tax implications on their part?


many thanks,

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How would taxes find out if you give such kind of small money to your kids? And don’t taxes have more important things to worry about in your country? Rolling with laughter
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Caterham



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more important things....

what like letting murders off and castrating the average tax paying hard working bloke?

If I were to put the payment down on my expenses it would be traceable.

seems like a reasonable 'fiddle' to me but I just don't know?

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Expect they can earn £12000 per annum each as this is the basic tax free allowance Thumbs Up 2015 Defender 90" Landmark Montalcino
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As self employed / under VAT threshold I paid my daughter £20/month between 12 & 16 for basic admin duties.

Between 16 & 18 £40 plus one offs of £200 at tax time

Away at uni anything I felt I could get away with to help towards living costs, setting up laptops, doing full tax returns etc.

Anything she earned from me she declared but up to £11k ish its below the threshold so no issues.

Be sensible, be consistent, pay some tax and all is good with the tax man

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Aren't children under 16 only allowed to work one hour per day? 

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Caterham



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not sure but I know the numerous paper rounds I had as a kid took at least double that.

I guess an hour a day isn't a problem ....so long as there's not rules about being on a ludicrous hourly rate Mr. Green

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