Seniors who pocket a little cash doing menial jobs working at golf clubs and restaurants, etc., to supplement their SS checks can pocket that little bit of cash without the government needing to get their grubby little hands on it.LoisLane59 wrote:
Even though I agree with you that there's nothing wrong with seniors supplementing their SS incomes under the table, my supplemental part-time income will be on a payroll. Which is okay too. Not making enough to affect SS.
But extra income is extra income, right?
If Carol thinks there is "nothing wrong" with taking money under the table (cheating on SS and taxes), or stealing, then Carol has a different view of Christianity than most.
I'm on payroll with my part-time job if that makes you feel better.
But if I was making small change waitressing or shining golf clubs at a golf club, you can bet your sweet patooty I'd be pocketing that little cash without telling the IRS anything about it.
Tough if that traumatizes you.