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PAYE & self employment problem

Discussion in 'Retirement' started by George1164, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. I am receiving my teachers' pension and pay my tax on it as PAYE, with the a Tax Coding, etc. I have been offered some tutoring work, through an tuition centre but on a self-employed basis. Is it possible to do both? Could I keep my pension as PAYE and then just be self-employed for the tuition? I had an alarming conversation with HMRC about the issue (I hope we were talking at cross purposes), which went on about forming a limited company (blah)....solicitors......accountants....etc.
    There must be an easier way, as i would imagine people on here have been in the same situation. Could anyone point me in the right direction, please?
     

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