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I don�t to know how I stand legally, if I was to take on a one month paid VB project while I am still working. I know that there are tax issues but I don�t know how to deal with them.
 
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If you're in the US I think the only tax issue is that you have to declare the extra income as part of your earnings at the end of the year. I'm by no means a tax expert, but I have done a couple of contracts.
 
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Nope, I live in England
 
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it all depends on your contract.
Many contracts here state you can not take on work in the profession you're employed as (programmer I guess in your case) except what is handed you by your employer.

Best check your contract and if you ARE allowed to do the work, contact a tax consultant on how to handle that part.
 
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Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting:
it all depends on your contract.
Many contracts here state you can not take on work in the profession you're employed as (programmer I guess in your case) except what is handed you by your employer.

Best check your contract and if you ARE allowed to do the work, contact a tax consultant on how to handle that part.



Strange enough, I am not employed as a programmer. I know my employees will not give a damn what I do, I am just concernted about the inland revenue.

[ January 05, 2005: Message edited by: Gerald Davis ]
[ January 05, 2005: Message edited by: Gerald Davis ]
 
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