I earn £16,000 in my main job, which is taxed. I earn around £1,500 in a 2nd job, do I have to pay tax on that job?
- SCATTY cLv 69 months ago
of course you do.
you pay tax on your annual income - regardless of whether than income is from one job, two jobs or 10 jobs
- Anonymous10 months ago
You're a genius Skippy
- 10 months ago
Yes, You will have to pay tax if you are earning from second job.
- sunshine_melLv 711 months ago
Yes. Taxes are on total earnings, not per job.
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- Max HooplaLv 711 months ago
Of course you do. It's like you earned 17,500 at one job.
- MaxiLv 711 months ago
Of course you do! EVERYONE has a personal allowance each year...In 2019-20, the basic personal allowance is £12,500 which is what you can earn before you pay tax, then you pay tax on everything you earn over that amount
- conley39Lv 711 months ago
Yes, you pay taxes on both job incomes.
- Jay RLv 711 months ago
If the smaller job is undocumented (under the table), who;s to know? If it is, yes, you will pay taxes on the 1,500.
- David B.Lv 711 months ago
Taxes are on income. Yes you do since the second job is income as well.
- Mama KimamaLv 711 months ago
Yes, because it's part of your total yearly income. They will just lump it all together at the end of the year.