Re: CSA Payments
- From: "Fletcher" <fletcherhere@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 04 Jul 2006 18:12:32 GMT
Sign on for a period while your organising things, get an unemployed
assessment. Talk to your enterprise company about start-up help, they are
nice startup business umbarella and will keep the job centre from sending
you job hunting. When your ready, after you've done your "market research"
and "test marketing", get my drift? tell the INLAND REVENUE but not CSA that
your now in business and registering for tax purposes. Forget about CSA till
they contact you, sugest to your ex its a good idea she and you come to a
private understanding or shell have to wait a long time before she ever sees
any more cash, when CSA do contact tell them you don't know how much you'll
earn and won't have that info until the end of your financial year but at
the moment your earning nothing and living of you parents/girlfriend etc..
Make sure your business shows a loss for the next three years and you should
pay about nothing at least for a while!
"JB" <gg365@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I am considering becoming self employed, but what happens to my CSAdrop
payments? How do I get them realistically assessed as my earnings will
considerably in the short to medium term. Will arrears accrue at mycurrent
rate of payment?
any help appreciated
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