Declare or report cash in hand pay
Cash in hand payments for work are like any other income - they must be declared to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Report cash in hand pay
Report a business or your employer to HMRC if they are paying workers cash in hand without paying Income Tax or National Insurance.
For your own safety you should not:
try to find out more about the fraud
let anyone know you are making a report
encourage anyone to commit a crime so you can get more information
You risk losing your employment rights and some benefits if you accept cash in hand payments, and may have to pay the tax and National Insurance contributions yourself.
Declare cash in hand pay if you are working for yourself
You must declare cash in hand payments if you are working for yourself.
For further information on Cash in Hand Payments see GOV.UK's website.