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Once again my prices are reasonable. Not too big March 22, Post Reply See -1 more reply D Deesmith Jan 13, I have been in home care giver for 10 years and I got a at the end of year I am on social security and 71 I can make all I want I did the bathroom ,fixed breakfast,and snacks made Dr. Go Back You are now leaving Pornhub. We got so close that he requested I work privately.

Jobs that pay under the table (sometimes called “working off the books”) are essentially jobs which are paid out in cash. These sorts of jobs that pay cash are actually great opportunities to self-employment when conventional job search prospects fail.

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The term under the table is reference phrase to cash only. Most agencies have this option cash payment. Private hire mostly would prefer cash payment but personal checks are accepted also.

Information provided by a Homecare agency owner in Michigan. Post Reply See -1 more reply D Deesmith Jan 13, I have been in home care giver for 10 years and I got a at the end of year I am on social security and 71 I can make all I want I did the bathroom ,fixed breakfast,and snacks made Dr. She even came in at 1am on New Years Day when my Mom had an emergency. My Mom loved her dearly and still misses her.

She was a treasure. We found her though some neighbors who had used her. Post Reply See -1 more reply L lillethjohnson Dec 7, I have a 90 year old friend who gave me her financial power of attorney and another friend her medical POA. Her children predeceased her, and she has no other nearby family and set up the POA documents without telling us.

She had a stroke and has some dementia. When she had the stroke is when we learned about the POA documents. She is not ready to give me bill-paying authority, so I actually have no access to her resources.

I did submit the POA letter to her several banks and have developed a relationship with them. At any rate, her medical POA and neighbor did not like the agency initially hired for 24 hour care. Last month, they hired private caregivers. Home health workers are employees, not contractors, and a W2 is required.

The private health workers may not be paying any taxes at all, won't reply to email asking how their business is set up, and the medical POA and neighbor have overruled my attempts to talk with the caregivers about setting up payroll.

They have the client my 90 year old friend writing checks to the care givers. The IRS and other agencies have cracked down on this type of behavior. Long story very long complex story short, the medical POA and neighbor are doing as they see fit and imagine that in the future, when our friend can no longer pay her own bills, that I will also write checks under the table. Or that if the authorities ever become aware, that the back taxes and penalties will simply be paid out of her estate.

The entire situation makes me very uncomfortable. Every time there is a financial emergency she bounced a check she wrote to one of the caregivers for example , they all call me and ask me to fix the problem. But as soon as things calm down, they tell me I'm in the way. It's a very strange situation.

I paid them cash directly. Most of these people were from Central and South American countries, and they were here on work visas. I found these people to be extremely hard-working, trustworthy, conscientious and - for what it's worth- church going.

They were all very caring and good to my mother. In fact, some of them became like family to us. I was paid in cash every friday for making readers at UC Berkeley by this really weird boss in Bancroft Ave.

The under-the-table aspect of restaurant work is being blown WAY out of proportion here. It's far LESS common than you're being led to believe. As far as tips go, you have to pay taxes on a percentage of your sales, because as far as the IRS is concerned, tips are income and must be reported.

I would think manual labor type stuff would be more commonly found under the table. Darn near any job can be done under-the-table. Graphic design jobs can be done this way, for instance.

Or, so I've heard If they are reporting it to the government as a , that's not really below the table. Mom and Pop or family-owned type retail stores will usually pay under the table. Having less than three to five employees is usually a good sign that under-the-table will be the case. Marketing promotions jobs where you go to an event with a logo t-shirt on and hand out samples or contest entry forms or whatnot usually seem to pay under the table, although the official line is that you are an 'independent contractor' and it is therefore "up to you" to declare the income.

Which, of course, no one does. The key is that these are jobs where the primary, if not exclusive, thing sold is labor. Being paid, or paying, under the table is a representation of the desperation of the recipient, or the cheapness of the solicitor.

I know someone who frequently does IT work under the table. Zie starts by getting home clients and spreads by word of mouth to businesses. Small companies are quite willing to pay under the table, especially if you are willing to go below market scale on hourly rates. Or so I hear. Sorry, that was really unclear. I didn't mean to emply that most restaurant workers are under the table — just that for almost any job you can do in a restaurant, you can find a place that'll hire you under the table to do it.

There are a few sorts of under the table jobs as you can see here. Low-end ones which are historically done by people in the underclass who may not have proper documentation for working or a criminal record or whatever else.

These jobs, in the US, often require low levels of English and skillsets. Because the people who work them are often doing so somewhat below the radar, these jobs can be terrible since the people doing them have no legal recourse if they aren't paid or compensated fairly. Not all these workers are unskilled, they just often have common skillsets roofers, nannies, farm workers so their position at their job is easily replaced by someone else.

Cash-payment jobs involving a high tip to paycheck ratio such as bartenders and waiters, cab drivers, strippers. In many cases the actual low wages are above ground but the tip wages are under the table as in should be reported but are often not, or are underreported.

Jobs are usually more highly skilled and burden of reporting i. Quasi-legal or illegal professions -- sex workers in most of the US, drug dealers, illegal gambling or unlicensed speakeasy type places -- this is money that according to the powers that be shouldn't even exist anyhow, so it's not taxed though it can be reported on your taxes sorry Al Capone and the Moon church for the truly dilligent.

I see these as the black market service industry. Freelancers of many stripes -- these can be IT workers, designers, public speakers, writers, whatever. Basically any situation where you get paid for one-off work but the person who pays you does not submit a for you. Technically you are supposed to report this income on your taxes even if the person who pays you does not.

What kind of jobs can one get under the table?

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