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Postby dazza » Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:18 am

I think its 270lv which is about 120 quid.

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Postby BG9374 » Mon Sep 05, 2011 12:00 pm

Not sure what you're saying but if they're not being paid then it's not really work is it?


All areas of the work involve sale of goods: cutting down trees for a favour, then yes no employement.

No necessarily, lots do it in the Uk, its called commission only.


And commission requires self employment or might find authority knocking on your door asking for you pay the taxes.

Far aware those within BG are retired pay no tax etc. Purchase from the elderly, or gift those too young looking be retired and mere agree that is for their Granny or Grandad. Then probable that be not on either. ;)

270leva sounds more to BG national wage.

Prefer to barter, much more friendly approach.

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Postby Slaphead » Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:34 pm

[quote="BG9374"][quote]Not sure what you're saying but if they're not being paid then it's not really work is it?[/quote]

All areas of the work involve sale of goods: cutting down trees for a favour, then yes no employement.

[quote]No necessarily, lots do it in the Uk, its called commission only.
[/quote]

And commission requires self employment or might find authority knocking on your door asking for you pay the taxes.

Far aware those within BG are retired pay no tax etc. Purchase from the elderly, or gift those too young looking be retired and mere agree that is for their Granny or Grandad. Then probable that be not on either. ;)

270leva sounds more to BG national wage.

Prefer to barter, much more friendly approach.[/quote]

Scuse me, but - what the flick does this have to do with wood supplies? By all means display your limited knowledge of other things BG but do it on a relevant topic.

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Postby wooferseu » Mon Sep 05, 2011 5:42 pm

BG MIN. WAGE PM IS 122.71 EURO'S :lol:

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Postby MOONLIGHT » Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:41 pm

Dont make us all think in euros!, the Bulgarian currency is the lev.
Euros are for the black sea spenders and foreigh house buyers.
The minimum wage here has just been raised from 240 leva to 270.
(shouting dont make it any different)

:roll:
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Postby wooferseu » Tue Sep 06, 2011 3:25 pm

MOONLIGHT wrote:Dont make us all think in euros!, the Bulgarian currency is the lev.
Euros are for the black sea spenders and foreigh house buyers.
The minimum wage here has just been raised from 240 leva to 270.
(shouting dont make it any different)

:roll:
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WHY NOT 'D' DAY IS COMING........... :lol: :lol:

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Postby BG9374 » Tue Sep 06, 2011 8:41 pm

Lets get back to wood chopping, and no mention of money. You know the fairies leave it under you wanger at night.

Mention of metre square units allow wood storage is a good idea, prevents scams and from reading few willing try that or just lazy loading at the depot.


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