If you are logged into twitter (either on your phone or on the pc) go to the search function under '@ connect' and type in @notapushymum and it should come up with the account.
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I actually went on a short course to learn twitter! :lol: I'm still getting to grips with it, but a few pointers I have learnt along the way: Set up your account (@something) and add a picture (doesn't have to be a picture of you) as no one likes to talk to an egg (the default picture). You can then...
Hi Nicola & Panda, Thank you for your very helpful comments. 'Quite young' are ten and twelve - maybe not quite so young ;) . It is good to hear that your daughter got on well with contact lenses at such an early age, in our day it was rare for anyone under 18 to have them. The youngest refused to w...
Hi everyone! I'm not sure if this has been covered elsewhere, but I would be grateful for your opinion on glasses. My sons both now wear glasses, one only occasionally and the other most of the time as they inherited our short-sightedness. They were wondering whether they should wear their glasses t...
- Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:33 pm
- Forum: Can You Help?
- Topic: What is tax deductable for child earnings
- Replies: 4
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Hi Thalias_Dad, Training is a grey area where HMRC are concerned. If the training costs are to put the individual in a position to 'trade' (or in dcs case, perform), then they are not tax deductible. Training can only be claimed where it can be justified as CPD (continuing professional development)....