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Many solo Dry Cleaners Timpsons or independents will be closed if the situation stands as it's now for another few months.. 

Dry Cleaners were already struggling prior to Covid-19 and now they just suffer significantly. 

No Weddings, No Birthday parties, No nightclubbing , Not much office work,office meetings and office parties and very limited attendance in Funerals !  

 

 

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£45k is only £865 a week.

if someone is on £450 per week for 6 days work which is quite common. Maybe an extra £80- £100 if the fancy a Sunday.

they do £5k for the week which would leave them with £378 bonus assuming they worked all week.

so that’s 450+100+378 = £928 for the week. £48k if they did that every week.

then of course some weeks may be busier or they might want a day or 2 off so things could be a little different either way.

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37 minutes ago, Count Muppet said:

£45k is only £865 a week.

if someone is on £450 per week for 6 days work which is quite common. Maybe an extra £80- £100 if the fancy a Sunday.

they do £5k for the week which would leave them with £378 bonus assuming they worked all week.

so that’s 450+100+378 = £928 for the week. £48k if they did that every week.

then of course some weeks may be busier or they might want a day or 2 off so things could be a little different either way.

9 hours a day times 6 = 54 hours, 54 divided by £450 = £8.33 per hour, Bonus £378 divided by 54 = £7 Total per Hour for a 54 hour working week £15.33 per hour solo working poor bugger.

Minus Holidays 5.6 Weeks

 

Earn £45,000 in 2020/2021 and you'll take home £34,242. This means £2,853 in your pocket a month.

Over the year you'll pay £6,498 income tax and £4,260 in National Insurance

 

Poor Poor Bugger

No Quality of life.....but if there is a hard working man like that well done you and give me a call I'll hire you:-D

 

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It’s not me doing those hours. I only work 5 days a week. I prefer life away from work these days.

a few years back I was hitting around £30ph (all in, some weeks)but I’m happier to earn less and have a life.

some people can get a lot more than that.

theres a couple of shops where they were taking £10k (average) a week on their own but that sort of work would kill me now.

they would be looking at around £1600 per week. Just depends if you want to work with someone or not.

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1 hour ago, Fast Fix Elgin said:

9 hours a day times 6 = 54 hours, 54 divided by £450 = £8.33 per hour, Bonus £378 divided by 54 = £7 Total per Hour for a 54 hour working week £15.33 per hour solo working poor bugger.

Minus Holidays 5.6 Weeks

 

Earn £45,000 in 2020/2021 and you'll take home £34,242. This means £2,853 in your pocket a month.

Over the year you'll pay £6,498 income tax and £4,260 in National Insurance

 

Poor Poor Bugger

No Quality of life.....but if there is a hard working man like that well done you and give me a call I'll hire you:-D

 

Good job Dividends exist.

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