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I've recently started a venture which rakes in around £1,400 - £1,800 a month.

How do I explain this source of income to my parents?
It's not a conventional means of making money
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Is it illegal?
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Is it illegal?
No lol
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No lol
Then why not just say what it is?
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Then why not just say what it is?
I basically sell a subscription and teach people
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I basically sell a subscription and teach people
Oh sorry, I meant why not just tell your parents what you do?

(Or is this some OF sort of thing?)
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I've recently started a venture which rakes in around £1,400 - £1,800 a month.

How do I explain this source of income to my parents?
It's not a conventional means of making money
Why not tell your parents what you do
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I basically sell a subscription and teach people
just tell them you get paid to teach people?


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The issue is , I have A levels this year and mocks coming up , I'm worried that if I tell my parents , they would tell me to stop it
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Oh sorry, I meant why not just tell your parents what you do?

(Or is this some OF sort of thing?)
It's not only fans , the only issue is , in year 13 I have exams and all . Don't want my parents to tell me to stop and then focus on education
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I've recently started a venture which rakes in around £1,400 - £1,800 a month.

How do I explain this source of income to my parents?
It's not a conventional means of making money
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The issue is , I have A levels this year and mocks coming up , I'm worried that if I tell my parents , they would tell me to stop it
So you are tutoring with no quaifications ... do the people paying know that?
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So you are tutoring with no quaifications ... do the people paying know that?
It's not tutoring , it revolves around a niche skill and market in general .
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Don't say anything about your extra income.
To your parents, family members, friends or anyone that you are interested in dating.

Carry on earning, studying and saving as much of the money as you can for a rainy day.
Good luck!
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It's not tutoring , it revolves around a niche skill and market in general .
You'll need to pay tax on it ...
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It's not tutoring , it revolves around a niche skill and market in general .
Sounds dodgy to me
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