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 Declare earning from running own business (not company)?

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Registration date : 2009-07-21

PostSubject: Declare earning from running own business (not company)?   Tue Jul 21, 2009 5:49 pm

Hi everyone,

I was employed and was also running my own business (not company). I injured myself at work (the place where I was employed).

Workcover covered me for the loss of wages from my empoyment but not my business because they said its not a company (i.e. pty ltd).

Question 1: If I make any earnings through my own business, do I have to declare it? If I declare it, they will deduct my weekly EML payments.

Question 2: If I am required to declare it and have my weekly payments deducted, then why didn't they reimburse for the losses from the first place?

I really need an answer asap, because I have a feeling I'm going to get ripped off.


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