Deliveroo tax with other job

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So I have a job that gives me an average of around 300 a month which I pay tax for but I’m doing Deliveroo on the side which gives me an additional 120 per month approximately.

I’m confused whether I will
Need to pay tax on this additional income and if so how much would you expect it to be?
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(Original post by Gillzy)
So I have a job that gives me an average of around 300 a month which I pay tax for but I’m doing Deliveroo on the side which gives me an additional 120 per month approximately.

I’m confused whether I will
Need to pay tax on this additional income and if so how much would you expect it to be?
Initially you will pay tax at the basic rate currently 20%. You can then speak to HMRC about splitting your allowances. When this is sorted you wont end up paying tax on those earnings.
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(Original post by Gillzy)
So I have a job that gives me an average of around 300 a month which I pay tax for but I’m doing Deliveroo on the side which gives me an additional 120 per month approximately.

I’m confused whether I will
Need to pay tax on this additional income and if so how much would you expect it to be?
You can earn up to £12,570 this tax year before you start paying tax, so the fact you're paying tax on a £300 per month job rings alarm bells (unless you have some other taxable income you haven't mentioned).

What tax code is on your pay slips for your "main" hob? And what tax code for the Deliveroo job?
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So I have a job that gives me an average of around 300 a month which I pay tax for but I’m doing Deliveroo on the side which gives me an additional 120 per month approximately.

I’m confused whether I will
Need to pay tax on this additional income and if so how much would you expect it to be?
You need to submit a Self Assessment tax return. Your liability will be calculated via that.
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You need to submit a Self Assessment tax return. Your liability will be calculated via that.
No you dont need to complete a Self Assessment return unless 1 of the jobs is self employed. Self Assessment doesnt apply for most people
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No you dont need to complete a Self Assessment return unless 1 of the jobs is self employed. Self Assessment doesnt apply for most people
Deliveroo riders are self employed :facepalm:
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